Pat Reynolds is a former inter-county Irish Gaelic footballer for County Meath in Ireland. He enjoyed much success playing inter-county football in the sixties on the Meath team. For Meath he usually played as a Half Back. He played club football for Walterstown. During his playing career he has won 1 Senior All Ireland medal (1967). During the sixties when Pat was playing Meath had a very strong team but unfortunately for Meath the great Galway team were around at this time & Meath lost to them in 1964 &1966. Pat continued playing for Meath into the seventies. He played in the first eighty minute All Ireland final against Kerry in 1970. In 1971, in the first year of the All Star Awards was picked in the Left Half Back position. He was a selector on the Meath team when Seán Boylan in the eightys & early ninetys & in this time Meath won two All Ireland titles. His son Paddy won 2 All Ireland medals with Meath & 1 All Star.
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