Trim GAA

Trim GAA
Ath Troim
Founded: 1904
County: Meath
Colours: Red and White
Grounds: St. Loman's Park
Coordinates: 53°33′12.77″N 6°48′03.06″W / 53.5535472°N 6.8008500°W / 53.5535472; -6.8008500Coordinates: 53°33′12.77″N 6°48′03.06″W / 53.5535472°N 6.8008500°W / 53.5535472; -6.8008500
Playing kits
Standard colours
Senior Club Championships
All Ireland Leinster
Football: - - 1
Hurling: - - 26

Trim GAA is a Gaelic Athletic Association club based in Trim, in County Meath, Ireland. The club fields both Gaelic football and hurling teams. It competes in Meath GAA competitions. Trim is known as the home of hurling in Meath and the Meath Senior Hurling Championship final was held there each year until the redevelopment of its facilities meant it was moved to Pairc Tailteann.

2011 Football Relegation

Trim finished at the bottom of Group A, with 3 points from 5 games and point difference of -30, the lowest of any team that year. Trim's only win was a 1-15 to 1-10 defeat of Blackhall Gaels on 7 August 2011. Trim's first relegation play-off was against Nobber on 20 August, Trim were beaten 3-8 to 1-16.

On 9 September 2011, Trim were beaten 1-11 to 2-9 by Duleek/Bellewstown in Páirc Tailteann in their second relegation play-off and were relegated to the Intermediate Football Championship. Trim were promoted to Senior Level football in 1949 and relegation ended a 62-year spell at Senior level, the second longest spell after Skryne who have been in the Senior Football Championship since 1938.[1]



  1. Meath Chronicle - Trim Relegated
Preceded by
Meath Senior Hurling Champions
Succeeded by
Preceded by
Navan O'Mahonys
Meath Senior Football Champions
Succeeded by
Navan O'Mahonys

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