Walterstown Lotto 24-01-21

Lotto results (with video), Sunday, January 24, 2021

The numbers drawn in this week’s lotto draw were 11, 6, 18, 12. There was no winner of the €3,700 jackpot and three match three winners. The match three winners were Sue Deegan, Samantha and Martin O'Connell and Mark and Ruth Davis who all share...
Walterstown Lotto Back

Our lotto draw returns this Sunday, January 24

The club are pleased to announce that our weekly club lotto draw will return this Sunday night, January 24. A number of week's ago the club temporarily suspended the weekly draw due to the hybrid nature in which we run the lottery. A number of members play our lotto...
Walterstown's Siún Murtagh

Three Walterstown girls on Meath U14 panel

The club are absolutely delighted to announce that three of our U14 girls have been selected for inclusion on the Meath LGFA U14 panel for 2021. Goalkeeper Siún Murtagh, corner back Niamh McGuinness and full forward Caoimhe McKenna got the call up from Meath U14 boss...

Welcome to Walterstown GFC

Meath Senior Football Championship winners on five occasions and two time Leinster Senior Club Football Championship winners, Walterstown GFC has a proud tradition and a bright future. We provide Gaelic Football for the people in our communities of Johnstown and Walterstown from U5 level up to adult level, no matter what your ability. The club boosts top class facilities including three astro turf pitches (available for commercial hire also), two full sized playing pitches and a juvenile pitch. We also have a top spec gym, a club bar and a function room. A warm Walterstown welcome awaits you!

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Deepest Sympathies on the passing of Margaret McGrane

Deepest Sympathies on the passing of Margaret McGrane




It was with great sadness this morning that we learned if the passing of Margaret Mc Grane. It was an honour to have known such a great person and we will truly miss her. May God embrace the McGrane Family in comfort during this difficult time.



Ar dheis Dé go raibh a hanam





Blacks miss out to Nobber in round 2 of the Championship.

Blacks miss out to Nobber in round 2 of the Championship.

IFC Round 2

Walterstown V Nobber

Friday 9th June 2017-06-12 Pairc Tailteann.

On an overcast evening in Navan Walterstown faced Nobber in Round 2 of the championship.

It was a disastrous start from the Blacks point of view when Nobber’s Sean Meade found the back of the net before 1 minute of play had elapsed. Walterstown defence rocked as it conceded another two goals in the opening ten minutes. A goal from Walterstown’s Cormac Madden reduced Nobber’s lead and as  they regained composure  Cormac grabbed a second goal in the first half and Walterstown had reduced Nobber’s lead to three points at the break.

After the Walterstown had the slight upper but for every converted point Nobber seemed to be able to respond. In the final moments of the second half with Nobber two points to the good Nobbers Gerard Campbell grabbed his second goal to ensure victory for Nobber and put an end to any Walterstown comeback.

Final Score : Walterstown 2-13 Nobber 5-9



1 – John Davis 2 – Conor Cullen 3 – Davy Reynolds 4 – Colm  Reilly 5 – David Donnellan 6 – Peter Reynolds 7 – Mark McCormack 8 – Conor O Sullivan 9 – Alban Crosbie (0:03)10 – John Geoghegan (0:02) 11 – Ruari O Dowd 12 – Paul Donnellan .13- Cormac Madden (2:2) 14 – Joey Coogan (0:01)   15 – Brian O Connell (0:05)Subs Arron McLoughlin for Joey Coogan

 Nobber: D Hutchinson, E Fagan, P Meade, B Cassidy, B Heffernan, S O Brien, J Condra, N Farrell, T Murtagh, G Campbell, D Larkin, S Meade, D Larkin, F McEntee, K Casserly. Subs: Alan Farrell for Cassidy, B Meade for Larkin

U14 Girls loose Shield final in 3rd minute of injury time.

U14 Girls loose Shield final in 3rd minute of injury time.

On a blustery Sunday Morning Walterstown faced St Colmcilles on the Division 1 Shield final in Dunganny.

Both sides seemed to struggle with the conditions in what was a very uneventful opening half , in fact just one point was scored by St Colmcilles, although Walterstown spurned several opportunities to take the lead, and Walterstown were playing with the wind.

Half Time St Colmcilles 0:01 Walterstown 0.00

St Colmcilles converted 3 points in the opening 10 minutes of the second half to take a 4 point lead. 15 minutes in Walterstown registered their first score of the game, this seamed to lift the girls and they began the fightback , scoring 4 points and Aoife Keegan scoring a goal to give Walterstown a 1:5 to 0:04 lead. Heading into the final minutes St Colmcilles notched up another two points to Walterstowns 1 point. In injury time Cilles scored a point to reduced Walterstowns lead to 2 points before on 33 minutes Walterstown’s hearts were broken when Cilles found the back of the net and clinched the shield by a solitary point.

Final Score 

Walterstown 1:06 St Colmcilles 1:07


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