Carnaross ended the year on a high claiming the Tailteann Cup against a resilient St. Vincent's side in Dunganny on Friday night. Only a goal separated the teams in the dying stages but the Ardcath men failed to breach the impenetrable rear-guard of the North Meath men.
A dream year had a dream ending on Saturday when the Simonstown senior ladies completed a memorable treble by bringing back a first ever Senior league title to the club with a devastatingly clinical performance against Oldcastle in Grangegodden.
It been a good week for the club coming off the minor success of last Sunday, with five of that winning team on the U21 panel Kilbride were hoping to get to another u21 final having contested last year's decider.
"You work so hard and you get your heart broken. You come back again and you get so close and you get your heart broken again. So to finally get up the steps, it's the proudest moment I've had on a hurling pitch."
St Pats Navan got their Top Oil Leinster Post Primary Schools senior football Group F campaign of to a winning start with this eight point win over Colaiste Mhuire in ideal conditions at Pairc Tailteann.