MFC Div 2: St Vincent's/Curraha secure opening round win

St Vincent's/Curraha secured an opening round win in this year's Division 2 Minor Championship after a high scoring and entertaining game v Walterstown last Friday night.

MFC Div 3: Opening win for Drumconrath/Meath Hill

Drumconrath/Meath Hill came out on top after a fine 2nd half performance with 14 players in the 1st round of the Minor Football Championship played in Meath Hill.

JFC: Carnaross secure their place in last four

Carnaross secured their place in the last four following a scrappy encounter with Seneschalstown in a sunny Drumconrath.

Club fixtures (updated 28 Aug)

All the upcoming games in the county.

Hurling Championship Round up

Last years finalists Trim are in trouble in Group A while Killyon join Kilmessan at the top.

IHC: Don/Ash get first win under their belts

Donaghmore Ashbourne's intermediate Hurlers got their first Championship victory under their belts this afternoon in Kilmessan after a 9 point win over St.Peter's Dunboyne.

SHC: Sub Doyle nets one point win for Kilmessan

In the first Ted Murtagh SHC game played at Dunganny, Sean Doyle's brace of scores swung this exciting Group A clash Kilmessan's way.

Conor Duffy lights up Dunganny

Anyone that was at the Meath Under 14 Roinn F Cup final would have witnessed a masterclass display from Blackhall Gaels rising star Conor Duffy.

St Colmcille LFGA - News

Gael Form would like to wish St Colmcille LGFA Ladies Football Team all the best in their upcoming final

U14 Cup: Heartbreak for Clonard-Longwood

There was heartbreak for Clonard-Longwood last night as they lost out by the narrowest of margins to a strong Walterstown team in the U14 Football final in Dunganny.

MFC Div 3: Great start for Jenkinstown

Huge praise must go to the U16 & U17 management teams for the work that has been done over the past number of months, Jenkinstown Gaels struggled with the loss of numerous players in league games, but with a full team Jenkinstown are a match for any team.

U14 Cup: Blackhall Gaels finish year in style

Blackhall U14 boys secured another county title with a well-deserved 7-6 to 5-3 victory over a physically strong Bective-Cannistown side in Dunganny on a very warm August evening.

MFC: Kelly's goals seal win for Killary

TWO goals in the last six minutes from top scorer Mark Kelly helped Killary advance in the MFC at Castletown.

Ladies JFC C: Seneschalstown win in Donore

Seneschalstown and Royal Gaels served up and entertaining and exciting final round Coca Cola Junior C group game played in St Mary's, Donore on Thursday evening.

U14 Cup: Fourth time lucky for Kilbride

After a very successful Spring League and Summer league the Kilbride lads lost both finals to the narrowest of margins to Kilmainhamwood and Ballinabrackey respectively.

MFC Div 3: Finnegan inspires Yellow Furze

Boosted by a stellar performance from corner forward Cathal Finnegan, Seneschalstown got their defence of the LMFM Division 3 Minor Championship off to a winning start on Wednesday evening in Longwood.

MFC: Winning start for Donaghmore Ashbourne

Donaghmore Ashbourne minors traveled to Dunshaughlin on Tuesday evening and came away with a two point win in an entertaining and hard fought first round game.

Duleek Bellewstown lotto results

Jackpot €6,000 Numbers Drawn - 2, 12, 15, 30 - No Winner

MFC Div 4: Losing start for St. Michaels/Nobber

There was no quarter given or taken in this robust encounter in Grangegoddan last evening as the St. Michaels / Nobber combination began their Minor Championship campaign in disappointing fashion.

U14 Cup: Dunsany too strong for Castletown

Dunsany proved too strong for Castletown in this U14  Group E  Final played in Dunganny this evening.

Drumconrath GFC notes

The hunt for All-Ireland football final tickets is on and Drumconrath GFC have the perfect prize on offer.

Club football team of the week

Last weekend's round of club action threw up plenty of surprise results with Keegan Cup holders Navan O'Mahonys and fancied Dunboyne amongst the teams that suffered defeats. Here are the players that caught our eye...

Football championship fixtures postponed due to U21 hurling final

The round of football championship games scheduled for the weekending 11 September have been postponed and will now take place two weeks later.

FL Div 3: Curraha keep promotion hopes alive

Curraha kept their hopes of promotion from Divsion 3 with this emphatic win over last years Junior Finalists Dunsany.

Meath Ladies County Management Positions 2017

Applications are invited from suitably qualified managers for the following positions for the 2017 season.

Ladies IFC: St Michaels back on track

Conditions were ideal in Carlanstown last evening for this sixth round of the ladies IFC and the final score gives a fair reflection of the St. Michaels dominance throughout.

Res League: Gaels too strong for Seneschalstown

Seneschalstown began brightly on a warm summers evening on the north side of Navan before ultimately being well defeated by their hosts.

FL Div 2: Promotion and final place for Moynalvey

Moynalvey's seven point win over St. Ultans in the penultimate round of the Div. 2 A League played at Sean Newman Park on Tuesday evening 23rd August ensures them of promotion to Div. 1 and a place in the League Final.

FL Div 2: Ballinlough remain in contention

Ballinlough won this hard fought match in Walterstown to keep there chances alive of a play off spot in Division 2.

Ladies SFC: Seneschalstown overcome stern Boardsmill

A game of two halves was the order of the night with the home side on top in the first but the visitors putting in a strong second half performance.

A wonderful evening of finals in Dunganny

If there was ever a night to prove the worth of Dunganny to Meath GAA it was certainly last night.

U16 SL: Deserved title for Killary Emmets

ATTACKERS were very much on top as Killary Emmets saw off the challenge of neighbours Wolfe Tones in this refixed under-16 summer league final at Dunganny.

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