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    Mals squeeze past Stabannon on score difference and progress to quarter-finals

    Naomh Malachi will contest their first Junior Football Championship quarter-final since 1979 after their draw on Friday night with Stabannon Parnells guaranteed their place thanks to the score difference rule. The old adage of ‘goals-win-games’ didn’t exactly ring true for this encounter but the Courtbane men didn’t lose and that was all that mattered as they progress to face Lann

    Shelagh & Naomh Malachi Notes: July 25th

    Shelagh News
 – Condolences to the Fee and Laverty families on the passing of Tom Fee (Donaghmoyne), to Paul McShane on the passing of his sister Maisie Finnegan (Silverbridge), and to the friends and family of Peter Hoey (Knockbridge), Louth GAA President and founder member of Naomh Malachi. May they Rest In Peace. – Tickets are selling fast for the

    Shelagh & Naomh Malachi Notes: July 18th

    Shelagh News
 – Representatives from Naomh Malachi have been calling to houses in the locality recently and will do over the coming weeks with tickets for our 50th Anniversary celebrations which take place on Saturday, August 13th in the clubrooms. Tickets are selling fast and there is a limited supply. The event is ticket-only. There will be a five-course meal

    Mals claim emphatic victory over Nicks

    Naomh Malachi set up a showdown with Stabannon Parnells following an emphatic victory over St Nicholas on Friday night in Louth Village. Pierce Caherty, making his first start in five months following a serious hamstring injury, was tormentor-in- chief finishing with 3-1 and helped claim the Courtbane sides first championship win in the group stages since 2009. A dominant first

    Second-half blitz ensures derby joy for slick Roche

    Anglo Printers JFC Group D For 35 minutes it was everything a derby should be – close, intense and competitive. Rank outsiders Naomh Malachi more than held their own, charging into an early lead and edging ahead again straight after the re-start. Colin Rooney’s early second-half brace made a shock a genuine possibility, but it turned out to be the