ROLL OF HONOUR
1973: 1978: 1978: 1979: 1979: 1979: 1979: 1980: 1982: 1983: 1984: 1985: 1986: 1988: 1962: 1992: 1993: 1998: 1999: 2000: 2001: 2005: 2010: 2011:
ROLL OF HONOUR
1973 - Under-14 Football Curran Cup Winners J.F. League Winners
1978 - J.F. Championship Runners-up
1979 - J.F. League Winners
1979 - J.F. Championship Winners
1979 - Under-21 Football Championship Runners-up
1979 - Under-14 Division 4 Championship Winners
1980 - Division 2 Football League Runners-up
1982 - I.F. League Runners-up
1983 - I.F. Championship Runners-up
1984 - East Meath League Winners, Craven Cup
1985 - I.F. Championship Runners-up
1986 - Promoted to Division 1 Senior Football League
1988 - Under-14 Division 3 League Winners
1962 - Donore Junior B Champions
1992 - Under-16 Football Division 3 Winners
1993 - Niall Craven, Meath minor goalkeeper.
1988 - Junior Football Championship Runners-up.
1988 - U14 Ladies All Ireland Cup Winners Feile
1999 - Under 14 Football Division 4 League Winners
2000 - Under-16 Football Division 3 Runners-up
2001 - Under-17 Football League Final Runners-up
2005 - J.F. Division 4B League Winners
2010 - J.F. Division 5 League Winners; A Football League Winners
2011 - Boinne Under-14 Division 7 League Winners
2021 - Minor Ladies - Cup Winners, Division 5
Liam Smith was key to much of the success enjoyed by St. Mary’s GFC leading him to a place on the Meath senior team in 1982 and 1983, helping them into Division 1 of the National Football League and also winning the O’Byrne Cup. A great feature of Liam’s play was the brilliant goals he scored making him one of the most feared forwards in the country at the time. During his career, Liam won two All-Ireland Senior Football medals in 1987 and again in 1988. He also won the much-coveted Centenary Cup medal in 1984 and also played in two Junior All-Ireland Finals against Cork and Kerry in the early 1990s. In his last championship game for St. Mary’s in 1998, Liam notched 2-9 in the Junior Football decider. In a fitting tribute Seán Boylan wrote: I’m a better man for having known Liam Smith, trained with him, travelled with him. His companionship and friendship I will always treasure. Meath GAA and St. Mary’s GFC owe Liam a great debt of gratitude. Four years after Liam’s All-Ireland successes.
Both Niall Craven and Garrett Bell won All-Ireland Minor Football medals in 1992.