Ratoath SPS won back the Allianz Meath Cumann Na mBunscol Division 1 camogie title, a crown they last held in 2014 with this narrow win over a very good Baconstown team.
Kilmessan won back the Allianz Meath Cumann na mBunscol Division 2 hurling title with this comfortable win over Kill NS in the opening game of the Meath schools final at Lomans park Trim.
A second half rally saw Boyerstown National School crowned Allianz Meath Cumann Na mBunscol Division 4 hurling champions in the second game at Trim.
After the heartbreak of losing last June's final to St Dympna's Kildalkey Gaelscoil Na Boinne finally got their hands on the Allianz Meath Cumann Na mBunscol Division 2 camogie title with this comfortable win over Gaelscoil Eanna at Trim.
Kilskyre National Schools turned in a great display to claim their first ever Allianz Meath Cumann Na mBunscol Division 3 hurling title at the expense of Killyon at Lomans Park Trim.
Killyon proved too strong for Boyerstown in the Allianz Meath Cumann Na mBunscol Division 3 camogie final in the fourth final of the day at Lomans Park Trim.
Rathbeggan National School claimed the last title of the day, the Shield Hurling final, when seeing off St Pauls Ratoath. A four goal salvo from John Harkin proved crucial for the winners.
Once again county hurling final day provided the large crowd with plenty of entertainment.
The future is rapidly approaching and at last Monday's County Board meeting, the 2017 management teams were confirmed.
A place in the Leinster Intermediate Final at stake, Royal Gaels travelled to face Naomh Ciaran, Offaly, on their home turf.
Ratoath's hurlers emerged convincing winners in this Leinster 1st round fixture against Carlow town on a perfect day for hurling in Sean Eiffe Park.
Former Galway All-Ireland winner Kieran Fitzgerald picked up his 11th SFC medal yesterday...
Smarting from their Leinster final loss to a strong Johnstownbridge side last week, the Kilmessan girls were eager to end the year on a high note and duly did that overcoming Dunboyne by 20 points.
"Our character has been questioned over the last couple of years and the way the game went today, it was tested more than ever."
All the upcoming games in the county.
Kiltale made it three-in-row with a minimum margin win over Killyon in the Ted Murtagh Meath SHC final at Pairc Tailteann on Sunday.
St Colmcille's proved too strong for Dunderry in Meade Potato IFC final replay at Pairc Tailteann on Saturday afternoon.
Kildalkey and Trim played out a thrilling draw in the MHC final in the Pairc Tailteann curtain raiser on Sunday afternoon.
On a hugely emotional day for Munster Rugby, it was entirely fitting that one of their former players, Niall Ronan, dedicated his Meath IFC triumph with St. Colmcille's to the late Anthony Foley.
Once again the large crowds that attended Lomans Park Trim today for the Allianz Meath Cumann Na mBunscol hurling and camogie finals were treated to some excellent games for the up and coming stars in the county.
Kerry's Philip Lucid shot 0-13 as Ireland comfortably saw off Scotland in today's U21 Shinty/Hurling International in Inverness.
It's been a busy day in the Leinster club intermediate and junior competitions.
Scotland were convincing winners over Ireland in this afternoon's Hurling/Shinty International at Bught Park in Inverness.
Donaghmore/Ashbourne retained their B League Div 1 title with a hard fought two point win over St Patrick's at Skryne on Friday evening.
Barring draws, 14 more county champions will be crowned tomorrow.
The Minor Hurling Championship and the Tony Donnelly cup will be heading to a new home this year.
Ballinlough will play in the 2017 Intermediate Football Championship after this SFC Relegation Game 2 defeat to an O'Reilly inspired Wolfe Tones under lights at Carlanstown.
The 2016 Meath senior hurling championship final sees Kiltale bid for a coveted three-in-a-row.
The first of this years LMFM sponsored minor football championships is down for decision on Saturday when Kilbride and Nobber /St Michaels lock horns at 2pm in Pairc Tailteann as curtain raiser to the replay of the Intermediate Final.
St Colmcilles will be without the services of county man Graham Reilly for Saturday's IFC final replay after their appeal against his red card in the drawn game was turned down.
The Allianz Meath Cumann Na mBunscol hurling and camogie finals take place this Saturday. Once again Lomans Park Trim will provide the setting for what is always a great days entertainment.
On a cold autumn evening in Dunganny, Ratoath U21s took to the field in a replay against Dunshaughlin.