Nobber GAA

Nobber GFC
CLG An Obair
County: Meath
Colours: Black and Amber
Playing kits
Standard colours
Senior Club Championships
All Ireland Leinster
Football: 0 0 1

Nobber GFC is a Gaelic Athletic Association club based in Nobber, County Meath, Ireland. The club competes in Meath GAA competitions. The club has won the Meath Senior Football Championship once when North Meath GAA (which consisted of a few clubs in North Meath including Nobber) won the title in 1950. In 1983,1986 and 1989 Nobber reached the semi-final of the Senior championship.The club currently competes at Intermediate level.

Previous Seasons

2001 Season

2002 Season

2003 Season

2004 Season

2005 Season

2006 Season

2007 Season

2008 Season

2009 Season

2010 Season

2011 Season

2012 Season


Preceded by
Meath Intermediate Football Champions
Succeeded by
Preceded by
All Ireland Junior Club Football Champions
Succeeded by
Wolfe Tones
Meath GAA
Affiliated Football Clubs
Senior Football Championship

-Blackhall Gaels- Donaghmore/Ashbourne- Duleek/Bellewstown- Dunshaughlin- Moynalvey- Navan O'Mahony's- Nobber- Oldcastle- Rathkenny- Seneschalstown- Simonstown Gaels- Skryne- St Patricks- St Peters Dunboyne- Summerhill- Walterstown- Wolfe Tones-

Intermediate Football Championship

-Ballinabrackey- Ballinlough- Ballivor Carnaross- Castletown- Clann na nGael- Dunderry- Gaeil Colmcille- Longwood- Na Fianna- St Colmcilles- St Michaels- St Ultans- Syddan- Trim-

Junior Football Championship

Bective- Boardsmill- Clonard- Cortown- Curragha- Drumbarragh- Drumconrath- Drumree- Dunsany- Kilbride- Kilmainham- Kilmainhamwood- Meath Hill- Moylough- Moynalty- Ratoath- Slane- St Bridgets- St Mary's Donore- St Pauls- St Vincents-

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