Reference: Compiled from: [1-2]
|American Festival||Moneygall, Co. Offaly|
|09.07.12||Trim Bulldogs||28||Drogheda Lightning||26|
At a 4th July Festival match played the following weekend in Moneygall, Co. Offaly, hometown of President Barack Obama’s Irish Ancestors, the Trim Bulldogs won 28-26, with their Offensive Line playing tough winning football, and their defense getting an all-important safety (worth two points) and then blocked a 2-point conversion by the Drogheda Lightning which was the difference between the teams.
 Monegall GAA (2012) Trim Bulldogs v Drogheda Lightning [Internet] Available from: http://www.moneygall.gaa.ie/club-news-1/2012-Archived-News/trimlightningvdroghedabulldogs [Accessed 30 July 2018]
 Meath Bulldogs Fan Group | Facebook (2012) Post by Garland Drake, July 9, 2012 “ Trim Bulldogs win a dramatic exhibition game against Drodghea Lighting in Moneygall 28-26 “ [Internet] Available from: https://www.facebook.com/groups/132480496798326/permalink/412879918758381 [Accessed 24 February 2019]
 Meath Bulldogs Fan Group | Facebook (2012) Photo by Garland Drake, July 9, 2012 “Trim Bulldogs win a dramatic exhibition game against Drodghea Lighting in Moneygall 28-26 “ [Internet] Available from: https://www.facebook.com/photo/?fbid=4037194604090&set=gm.412879918758381 [Accessed 14 November 2020]
Thanks to Joe Grey (Dublin Dragons)
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