|Irish name Trevor Mac Goill|
Meath titles 4
All stars 3
All irelands 2
|Position Half Forward|
Name Trevor Giles
Sport Gaelic football
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- Trevor giles sleeveless kepak jersey second captains live
- Leinster GAA Hall of Fame Trevor Giles
He came to prominence first when he won an All Ireland minor medal with Meath in 1992. In 1993 he moved on to the Under 21 team and won an All Ireland title coming on as a sub in the final. He would go on to win 2 All Ireland Senior medals, 3 Leinster Senior Football Championship medals & 1 National League Medals. He usually played in the half forward line for Meath. Trevor has won 3 All Star awards and was chosen as the All Stars Footballer of the Year in 1996 and 1999 (as of 2016 still the only player to accomplish this feat) and Texaco Footballer of the Year in 1999. Trevor had to deal with some injury setbacks in his football career, playing against Kildare in the 1998 Leinster final loss he ruptured his cruciate knee ligament, a serious injury which kept him out of the game for many months, but he returned in 1999 to have probably his best season of his playing career. In 2001 Meath made the All Ireland final but were well beaten by Galway. Since the 2005 season Trevor has not made himself available for selection for the Meath panel. He was said to have taken inspiration from the Kildare footballer Johnny Doyle.
For his club Skryne he usually played at Center Half Back, with whom he has won 4Meath Senior Football Championship Titles.