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Club fixtures (updated 23 April)All the upcoming games in the county.
Trim Camogie NewsTrim's unbeaten run in the Senior Camogie League came to an end in the 3rd round yesterday evening in Kilmessan.
Dunshaughlin GAA Lotto and newsThe numbers drawn in the Dunshaughlin GAA Lotto were 2,12,15 & 20 and there was no winner of our Jackpot.
Meath U15 Hurling Development SquadThe first gathering of the Meath U15 hurling dev squad takes place this Saturday morning at 11.30am in Dunganny.
Meath U15 Football Functional Competency testingThe following players are requested to attend Functional Competency Testing in Aras Tailteann on Thursday the 24th April at the follow times.
U16FL: Tones fall short against Na FiannaNa Fianna led for most of this game apart from a brief period shortly before half time when Tones held a 2 point lead thanks to a Matthew Melady goal to leave the score Wolfe Tones 2- 02 Na Fianna 0-06 after 28 minutes.
JFC B: Nobber goals see off WalterstownA fifth minute goal from Aodhan McEntee following a speculative 45 metre lob from Thomas Tierney set Nobber on their way to victory in this first round match.
U16: Second defeat for SummerhillSummerhill suffered their second defeat in the space of a week against St Vincent's/Curraha in Curraha on Tuesday evening.
U16: Seneschalstown down 'TownHaving commenced their league campaign with two defeats and one victory Seneschalstown played what was only their first home game of the season on Tuesday evening when they played host to Simonstown.
Kilmainhamwood Lotto Results & NewsKilmainhamwood GFC weekly lotto draw took place in McKenna's on Tuesday 22nd April 2014 at 9pm where the jackpot was €9,200
It's team of the week timeWith the first half of round two of the club championship over we managed to pick our second football team of the week.
Ladies: Royal Under 14's book their final placeThe Meath ladies booked their place into the Leinster Final after a comprehensive victory over Kildare in their final group game in Walterstown on Saturday. Leading by eight at the interval the royal ladies kicked on in the second half notching up a tally of 5-3 to secure their place in the Leinster decider and bring them one step closer to glory.
St. Patricks Stamullen GAA club notesSt. Patricks's Juvenile Gaa Section held the inaugural Blitz for Season 2014 at their grounds in Stamullen back on April 5th.
Meath U14 Development Team Regional Blitz (Football) trialsThe following is a list of Players that have been requested to attend on behalf of their region for the regional U14 Blitzes on Wednesday 23rd April.
Seneschalstown GFC NotesThe senior team play neighbours Walterstown in Round 2 of the Meath Senior Football Championship
JFCD: Two point win for ClannsA tight fought contest ensued in Martry where the early Midfield Dominance of Boardsmill ensued a early lead by 0-3 to no score.
Mixed blitz for Royal Under 14'sA Meath U14 selection of 48 players  travelled to Trinity Gaels GFC  for an Intercounty U14 Leinster Blitz
MFL: Michaels have it all their own waySt. Michaels minors had it all their own way running out comprehensive winners over Jenkinstown Gaels on Easter Monday morning in Carlanstown.
JFCD: St. Brigids overcome Carnaross challengeCarnaross and St. Brigids played out a close game in the Moylagh sunshine with the Ballinacree men pulling away late on to claim the points.
JFC B: Mary's continue good formSt Marys had a comfortable win over Dunderry in the first round in Bective and were hoping for a stiffer test in Simonstown last Sunday. They faced a largely young outfit from Trim and were keen to continue their impressive run having won all competitive games in 2014.
SFC: Blackhall caught by late Dunboyne surgeHaving led from the first minute of this contest through a converted Tadgh Brosnan free and still leading by two points with six minutes of normal time to play it looked like Blackhall Gaels would pick up their second brace of points in this SFC Round 2 clash.
JFC D: Ballinlough survive late comebackBallinlough got their Junior D campaign off to a winning start despite a spirited late fightback from Clonard, in this entertaining fixture played in sunny conditions in Kildalkey on Sunday.
MFL: concession of goals hurt North Meath GaelsNorth Meath, after winning the first four games, slumped to a second defeat in a row as Ballivor made the long and where deserving in carrying home the two points.
IFC: Rowe stars as Syddan down TrimAfter scoring 1-7 for the Meath minors Daire Rowe continued where he left off on Saturday by bagging 1-6 in this IFC win for Syddan at Simonstown on Sunday.
MFL2: Monday blues for SeneschalstownOn a fabulous morning for football Seneschalstown travelled to Kilberry to take on their table topping hosts knowing a victory would secure a semi-final spot.
MFL: Summerhill draw with Don/AshSummerhill and Donaghmore/Ashbourne could not be separated after 60 minutes of Minor Division 1 League football at Ashbourne on Monday.
JFCD: Dunshaughlin defeat for Gaeil ColmcilleGaeil Colmcille lost out narrowly to Dunshaughlin in this JDFC first round game played in Kilmessan on Sunday Morning last.
JFCC: Hard fought win for UltansSt Ultans commenced Junior Championship with a hard fought win over Oldcastle played in sunny Kells on Easter Sunday.
JFCA: Seven point defeat for 'HillCurraha defeated Summerhill by seven points in the Junior A Championship at Bective on Sunday afternoon.
JFCC: Syddan defeat SummerhillSummerhill were defeated by Syydan in round 1 of the Junior C Championship in Martry on Saturday evening.
JFC: O'Mahonys make it two wins from twoO'Mahonys came out on top in this low scoring encounter in Skryne on Easter Sunday.
JFC C: Crampton sparks Blackhall to lifeThe second part of a Blackhall/Dunboyne Championship double header in Ashbourne was the first round Junior C meeting of the clubs.
IFC: Two from two for ClannClann Na nGael made it two wins from two with this victory over St Ultans played in lovely conditions in Kells on Sunday afternoon.
JFC C: Brave Cortown go down fightingOn an absolutely glorious April evening in Kilberry, there were so many sub-stories...
JFC: Clonard sail past DunsanyA good start saw Clonard enjoy a comfortable win in JFC Round 2 Group A over Dunsany in Longwood where two goals in each half boosted Kevin Foley's side.
JFC: Moylagh impress against BoardsmillMoylagh put in an encouraging performance to overcome Boardsmill in the Easter sunshine in Athboy and open their account in this years Junior Championship.
JFC C: Gillespie goal the difference as Na Fianna open with winGavin Gillespie's first half goal was crucial as Na Fianna's second team started with a win over Meath Hill in Bohermeen on Sunday.
JFC D: Drumconrath too good for DunderryA mixture of youth and some of the 40 plus brigade traveled to this famous old venue of the 1970's when it was one of the premier pitches in the County.
JFC D: Bective outscore MoylaghBective made a winning start to their Junior D championship with a comfortable victory over Moylagh in this game played in Athboy on Sunday morning.
SFC: Moynalvey reel in Rathkenny to register first pointsA productive second-half showing against the breeze saw Moynalvey overcome Rathkenny to register their first points in the SFC Group C
Ladies: St Michaels bag their second brace of pointsSt. Michaels, missing some of their regulars still managed to bag their second brace of points in a 4 day period when they comfortably got past the challenge of the ladies from Wolf Tones.
IFC: Ballivor pip RatoathSaturday evening provided a much deserved one point win for a hungrier Ballivor side over Ratoath in Dunsany.
The week's club results updateThe week's club results update
JFCB: Walterstown defeated by NobberWalterstown got the worst possible start conceding a goal from a high ball kicked into the square which caused confusion between the goalie and J Farrelly
IFC: Longwood outscore Michael'sLongwood got their first win of the campaign on Saturday evening with a fine team performance in this low scoring game.
JFC: Bective slump to SimonstownBective's hopes of bridging a 17-year gap since our last championship honours took a blow when Simonstown ran out eight-point winners in the Group C opener at Kilberry on Saturday.
U16 Ladies: Leinster final place securedMeath reached the Leinster A final after a hard fought victory over a competitive Kildare outfit in sunny Walterstown on Saturday.
SFC: Hoops hammer DunshaughlinTwenty-five points separated the sides at Pairc Tailteann where as Navan O'Mahonys overpowered Dunshaughlin in this SFC Group B round two fixture on Saturday evening.
Leinster MFC: Rowe rules as Royals rout WicklowDaire Rowe led the way as Meath powered to a triple scores Electric Ireland Leinster MFC first round win over Wicklow at Pairc Tailteann on Saturday afternoon.
Leinster MFC round-upThere were wins for Kildare, Meath, Wexford and Offaly in today's other Leinster MFC games.