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2008


2008 Senior Squad

2008 Captain Darran Reid accepts Colm Geary Cup

2008 was another significant year for Mattock Rangers Club, fielding a Senior Hurling Team for the first time in their history. The Mattock hurlers journey at Senior level got off to the best possible start, with victory in the Colm Geary Cup competition, in which they were undefeated.


Kevin Conway and Gary Relis with Colm Geary Cup

Despite this excellent start to the year, Mattock Rangers had a disappointing Championship, winning only a single game. The team redeemed themselves to some extent later in the year by qualifying for the Senior Hurling League Final, in which they lost out to Knockbridge.


Juveniles with Colm Geary Cup

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2007


2007 Senior Squad

2007 was a year of one-point wins for a Mattock team in search of a third Junior Championship victory in a row. In the preliminary rounds of the Championship, Mattock scraped by both Knockbridge and Pearse Og by a single point in both cases, and successfully qualifying for the 2007 Championship Final against Termonfeckin.


Mattock Captain Gary Relis accepts Maurice Murphy Cup

Despite defeating Termonfeckin by 6 points earlier in the Championship, the Mattock Hurling team got off to a terrible start, conceding two early goals. Despite this Mattock managed to get themselves back in the game, largely due to 6 points from an in-form Jason Condon.


Three-in-a-row celebrations!

The match went right down to the wire and once again the Mattock men emerged victorious by a single point, 0-17 to 3-7, and clinched the three-in-a-row.

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2006

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2005


2005 Mattock Rangers Junior Hurling Team

2005 proved to be a momentous year for the Mattock Rangers hurlers. Following an indifferent League campaign, the Junior Hurling team notched up a massive score of 6-18 to defeat Termonfeckin in the semi-final of the Junior Hurling Championship.


Celebrations following victory in Junior Hurling Championship Final

In a tightly fought Championship Final against Knockbridge, Mattock Rangers eventually emerged the victors, winning the Louth Junior Hurling Championship in only their second year as an adult team.

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2004

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2003

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2002

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2001

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2000

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