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Dunshaughlin weekend Club notesOur Nursery is off this evening because of Halloween and will resume next Friday.
Na Fianna Spooktacular Halloween Fancy Dress PartyDouble, double toil and trouble; Fire burn and cauldron bubble".
Club fixtures (updated 30 October)All the upcoming games in the county.
This weekend's Leinster Club fixturesBallinlough will be hoping to advance to the semi final while St Pats get their Special Junior Hurling Championship campaign underway.
Busy weekends for Kelly GormanIt has been some year for Kilmessan camogie. Crowned Meath senior champions yet again and last Sunday they picked up the Leinster Junior crown for the second time in the clubs history.
Former Mayo star takes over Meath ladiesMeath ladies have turned to All Ireland winning captain and former Mayo great Diane O'Hora to become their next senior manager.
Simonstown Race NightSimonstown GFC are holding a Race Night Saturday 8 th November In Clubhouse
Minor Hurling Championship gets up and runningThe fixtures are out for the opening round of this years Minor Hurling Championship
Meath Under 14's sign off with a winOn Bank Holiday Monday, the quite village of Stamullen was the location chosen for the final Blitz of the year for the Meath U14 Development team.
Seneschalstown GFC NotesThe Senior AGM will be on Monday November 17th at 20:00, the Ladies have theirs on Tuesday November 4th at 20:00 and the Juvenile one will be on Saturday November 22nd.
Dunshaughlin GAA club notesThe numbers drawn in the Dunshaughlin GAA Lotto were 4,17,25 & 28 and there was no Jackpot or match 3 winners.
Seneschalstown Lotto resultsThis weeks lotto numbers are: 15, 18, 22, 27
Kilmainhamwood Lotto results & newsKilmainhamwood GFC weekly lotto draw took place in McKenna's on Tuesday 28th October 2014 at 9pm where the jackpot was €7,000
Drumree club notesDrumree GAA will hold their Annual General Meeting on Friday, 21st November at 8 pm in Drumree G.A.A Centre.
Paddy O'Rourke makes Ireland panelMeath keeper Paddy O'Rourke has been included in the Ireland squad to take on Australia in the International Rules series.
Ladies: Dee Rangers crowned Leinster Junior Club ChampionsFacebook was well and truly alive on Sunday night as many clubs from all around Meath congratulated the Dee Rangers ladies junior team on making their own history by becoming Leinster Champions.
Leinster Minor Club TournamentÉire Óg's annual Leinster Minor Club Tournament commences once again weekend with Carlow champions Tinryland
MFC Div 3: Killary Emmets advance to finalDESPITE failing to register in the opening 10 minutes and the final 18, Killary Emmets booked a MFC Division 3 final spot at Syddan on Bank Holiday Monday.
U21FC: Replay win for SummerhillSummerhill progressed to the quarter-final of the Under 21 FC following a two point win over Donaghmore/Ashbourne on Monday in Skryne.
Meath U21 Football Division 2 Quarter FinalTrim U21 footballers advanced to the semi final of their championship when they defeated a resilient Dunderry team in a hard fought win at Bohermeen on Sunday last
Kilmessan Puc Fada resultsAnother fantastic day at the Kilmessan Hurling Club Puc Fada competition.
MFC: Seneschalstown book final placeIt wasn't pretty at times but Seneschalstown booked their place in the LMFM Meath Minor Championship Division 2 Final against Trim when holding out for a two point victory over Na Fianna in Enfield on Monday morning
Ladies: Seneschalstown U-18's continue on winning waysThe impressive form of the Minor Ladies side continues on Sunday when they accounted for the stiff challenge of Boardsmill
Ladies: Young guns lead the way for SeneschalstownA wet and windy Donore was the venue for this much anticipated Feis Cup Semi-Final fixture between this year's championship finalists Seneschalstown and St. Ultans.
Camogie: Kilmessan are Leinster ChampionsKilmessan are the Leinster Junior Club champions for the second time in the clubs history after they had a landslide victory over Wicklow champions Donard/Glen.
U18 Camogie: Kilmessan claim the pointsWth five of their Leinster winning side from the previous day including three starters Kilmessan claimed the points in their second round match against an amalgamated Biardsmill/Killyon squad.
U21 B: Drumconrath Meath Hill bow outDrumconrath/Meath Hill bowed out of the U21B at Quarter Final stage when going under to a stronger Ballivor side at Sean Newman Pairc on Sunday morning.
Leinster Club IHC: Kiltale advance to the semi finalKiltale qualified for the Leinster semi-final with a well deserved 11 point victory over Wexford champions Shamrocks.
MFC1: Summerhill exit competitionSummerhill left themselves with too much to do in the second half as they exited the MFC Division 1 at the semi-final stage on Friday night in Navan.
MFC Div 5 Final: Nobber sink BlackwaterNobber claimed the first minor football championship title of the year with two point win over Blackwater Gaels in the Division 5 decider at Pairc Tailteann.
MFC Div 2: Trim march to the final at St Michaels expenseTrim march into the division 2 MFC final at the expense of a battling St. Michaels side after this entertaining semi-final played in Carlanstown on Friday evening last.
O'Rourke takes offence to 'Meath Fcker!' textColm O'Rourke admits he was taken aback by the reaction to his article about the GPA in the Sunday Independent last week.
A FL Division 1 final: Goals deliver title to Dunboyne as Na Fianna fallGoals were central to Dunboyne's decisive win over Na Fianna in the Seamus Connolly Catering A FL Division 1 final at Pairc Tailteann.
U21FC: O'Mahonys fend off Furze fight-backNavan O'Mahonys overcame a spirited Seneschalstown side in this exciting Under 21 FC quarter-final at Simonstown on Friday night.
U21FC A: Tones come good against KellsAlthough assisted by a strong breeze in the first half Wolfe Tones found a spirited Kells side difficult to break down and only held a 2 point lead after the first quarter 0-05 to 0-03.
U15FL: Tones slay O'Mahony'sWind assisted Wolfe Tones got the perfect start with a point from Saran O Fionnagain followed by a goal from Caolan Ward in the opening minutes of this Division 2 game in Brews Hill.
U15FL: Strong second half earns home win for Na FiannaNa Fianna and Summerhill met in Enfield on Saturday afternoon and it was the home side who emerged victorious with an excellent second half display.
Leinster Club IFC: Historic first for BallinloughMeath representatives, Ballinlough, earned their first ever win in a Leinster competition with three points to spare over Ballyfin of Laois in the opening round of the intermediate football championship.
Hurling/Shinty: Eoin makes Scots pay the PriceGoals in either half from Westmeath's Eoin Price propelled Ireland to a 16-point victory over Scotland in this evening's second hurling/shinty test at Newry.
Fundraiser in aid of Jamie Wall, promising Cork dual player with local connections.A table quiz will take place in the Stone House Navan on Friday 21st November at 9 pm in aid of Michael and Sheila Wall, to support them with their 22 year old son Jamie who suffered a spinal stroke and is confined to a wheelchair at the moment.
Div 1 FL: Dunboyne and Na Fianna look to end the year with silverwareSt Peters Dunboyne and Na Fianna will look to sign off the year with silverware when they go head to head in the Division 1 All County League Division 1 final at Pairc Tailteann.
Twitter: If you need a corner-back, who you gonna call?Here's the Twitter take on last night's glitzy All-Star bash in the Convention Centre ...
Big weekend in Leinster for 4 clubsThere's a big weekend in front for Ballinlough, Kiltale, Dee Ranger and Kilmessan in the Leinster club championships.
Under 14 blitz for Meath, Louth, Laois and KildareThe Meath U14 Development team will bring their successful season to a close with a home blitz in the fine facilities that are St Patricks GFC in Stamullen.
"You deserved that you little b****x"Dublin legend Brian Mullins had little sympathy for Joe Brolly after Meath's Colm Coyle lashed out at him for blowing kisses to the crowd in a game at Celtic Park many years ago.
Walterstown GFC seeking new managerWalterstown GFC are currently seeking a new coach/manager for their Senior team for the upcoming 2015 season.
St Colmcilles launch infrastructure fundraising driveAs Meath GAA's fastest growing and now biggest GAA club, St Colmcilles now finds itself in need of urgent and significant investment in its infrastructure and facilities to ensure it continues to meet the needs of the East Meath Community.
All-Stars: Kerry get five but O'Mahony loses outAll-Ireland champions Kerry have been rewarded with five places on the 2014 GAA GPA All-Stars football team.
U15 Girls: Ratoath lead the wayOn a mild windy day in Skyrne, Ratoath under 15 girls had a fully deserved victory over Dunboyne to win the division 1 shield final in fine style.
St. Patricks club notesSt. Patricks Gaa Stamullen are holding a Gala Celebration & Presentation Dinner Dance for our Adult Championship winning teams