Numbers: 3, 4, 5 & 29.
Geraldines GFC extend our condolences to Fintan Reilly and family on the recent passing of his father
After much ticking and bashing on the entry forms, we are delighted to announce an early Christmas present for our Know Your Sport forecast winner.
Mullinalaghta are in dreamland...
Naomh Fionnbarra G.F.C. and St. Anne's Camogie Club are hosting a Lip Sync Battles fundraising event on Saturday 29th December 2018 at the City North Hotel which promises to be the event of the year.
"I just said 'I'll hit it as hard as I can and if he saves it, fair play to him."
Winning Numbers: 7, 16, 19, 27
There was a mixed reaction from inter-county football managers to the experimental rules which were implemented for the first time in the weekend's O'Byrne Cup fixtures.
There was no jackpot winner in Naomh Fionnbarra G.F.C. and St. Anne's Camogie Club Lotto draw held on Wednesday 21st November.
We zoned in on five games this afternoon, including the 2018 Leinster Club SFC final meeting of mighty Mullinalaghta and Kilmacud Crokes.
Wexford put a disappointing 2018 behind them to make a winning start to their 2019 O'Byrne Cup campaign against Louth in Darver.
Late goals from Dermot Mone and Aidan Sheekey handed Young Irelands a dramatic victory over St Brigid's in the Leinster club JFC final at Drogheda.
On Thursday 6th December we held our AGM, it was very well attended.
The time and venue for Louth's Round One O'Byrne Cup meeting with Wexford has been changed.
New Louth football manager Wayne Kierans will be more concerned with the performance than the result as the Wee County kickstart their season this weekend.
Numbers: 2, 13, 21 & 25.
A great night was had by all at our Ladies Presentation Evening on Friday.
An eventful year for our U14s concluded today with an action packed day in Jimmy Pentony Park.
Ballyhale Shamrocks proved too strong for Ballyboden in the Leinster Club SHC decider while Gaoth Dobhair shaded a dramatic Ulster Club SFC decider in Omagh...
"These moments are just unbelievable. To share it with the lads, the family and friends, it will live with us forever."
The 61st AGM of Naomh Fionnbarra G.F.C. and St. Anne's Camogie Club was held in Dillonstown School on Monday 26th November at 8.30pm.
Winning Numbers: 5, 17, 19, 25
The Leinster club SHC and Ulster club SFC finals were the main attraction today.
Dublin's Sinéad Aherne was named as the 2018 TG4 Senior Players' Player of the Year at the annual All Star banquet, in association with Lidl, at the Citywest Hotel on Saturday night.
The 2019 O'Byrne Cup gets underway next weekend with four first round games taking place.
Louth County Council has come under fire from a local GAA club preparing to play in a Leinster final next weekend.
A 'County Kit Clearout' fundraising campaign has been set up to support Pieta House.
Leinster Council CEO Michael Reynolds has defended the provincial body's decision to host its pre-season competitions early next month.
Hurling and camogie have been officially recognised by UNESCO as protected cultural activities.
GAA President John Horan met with GPA CEO Paul Flynn at Croke Park today to discuss the introduction of the trial playing rules in Gaelic Football.
The club AGM took place on Wednesday 21st November in the clubhouse and was well attended
CHAMPIONS Dublin will face Donegal at home in the opening round of 2019 Lidl National League Division 1 Fixtures on Saturday, February 2.
The chairman of the GAA's Standing Committee for Playing Rules has called for people to adopt a wait-and-see approach before making up their minds on the experimental rules.
Numbers: 4, 5, 9 & 23.
Central Council are looking into ways of improving the 'Winner on the Day' procedures in GAA matches.
Central Council is proposing that a new development football league should be brought in at county U20 level ahead of the provincial championships.
New Louth manager Wayne Kierans says he "wouldn't be a fan" of the new experimental rules for football having witnessed them first hand at the weekend.