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2014 Moynavley GFC Golf ClassicMoynalvey GFC's Golf Classic for 2014 will be held on Friday July 1st August in County Meath Golf Club, Trim.
Davis Cup FinalKildalkey will host the 2014 Brendan Davis Cup Final on Saturday evening next when Killyon and Trim meet at 7.30.
Kilmessan camogie NewsIt was return to championship action for Kilmessan camogiers this week and it was a week of mixed fortune for the two sides.
Club fixtures (updated 25 July)All the upcoming games in the county.
SHC: Final quarter surge seals Longwood winLongwood revived their bid for a place at the business end of the Ted Murtagh SHC with this merited third round win over Group A neighbours Boardsmill at sunny Trim on Thursday evening.
Under 14's on the road again.The Meath U14 Development panel and mentors are on their travels again, on Sunday next (27th July) they will travel to Párc Esler in Newry.
U17Fl Div 3: Michaels book semi final spotSt. Michaels assistant adult coach Martin O'Connell had to divide his loyalties last evening in his adopted club Walterstown as he managed their U-17 team, however he could do little to prevent a strong and more determined St. Michaels team from booking a home semi-final place with a comfortable 9 point victory.
Gerry Reilly Cup finals this weekend.After some very exciting group stages games the Gerry Reilly Under 16 football tournament reaches the final stages this weekend.
Camogie: Comprehensive defeat for RatoathIn the first ever meeting of these two teams, Ratoath started strongly but unfortunately it didn't last for long
AFL3: Clann na nGael undone by late goalAn injury time goal from Drumbaragh sawn the visitors take the points in this all County Division 3 League Game played in Athboy in lovely sunny conditions on Tuesday evening.
New sponsor for Meath ladies.Meath Ladies Football have joined forces with The Cusack Hotel Group to secure a new sponsorship deal just before the start of the TG4 All-Ireland Senior Championship.
Grimley wary of Royal backlashPaul Grimley believes Meath will be like a wounded animal when they face his Armagh side at Croke Park on Saturday week.
Drumree GAA Lotto & Latest NewsTo be in with a chance of winning the jackpot play online today for just €2 a week you are in the draw.
Toner puts county before surgeryKieran Toner will put off surgery in a bid to feature in Armagh's upcoming football qualifier clash against Meath on August 2.
U13: Comprehensive win for RatoathThis was an entertaining, high scoring game, played by two teams who moved the ball quickly through the hands and used long foot passing when required.
Na Fianna CLG 'Get on Your Bike!'On Sunday 3rd August, Na Fianna will hold a 'Get on Your Bike' cycle event to raise funds for the Player Injury Fund for Adult and Juvenile players in the club.
FL Div 2: Ratoath worthy winnersRatoath's Intermediate footballers were worthy winners tonight in this entertaining league fixture played in Pilltown against St Colmcilles.
U16 SL: No luck for St Michaels in balmy Boardsmill.The Clonard / Boardsmill combination were comfortable winners over St. Michaels in this U-16 Summer league match in balmy Boardsmill
AFL1: Na Fianna and Tones drawNa Fianna and Wolfe Tones played out an entertaining draw in Round 10 of Division 1A before a sizable crowd on a dry, warm Tuesday evening.
Seneschalstown GFC NotesKellogg's Cúl Camp: The Kellogg's Cúl Camp in Fr. Tully Park was a fantastic success last week
O'Gara 'bite' investigation droppedDublin forward Eoghan O'Gara is in the clear after the GAA decided there 'insufficient evidence' to back up Meath's allegation that he bit Mickey Burke during last Sunday's Leinster SFC final.
Gerry Reilly Cup: Royals work hard for victory.Meath were made work hard for their victory over Monaghan in the last of the Round 3 matches of the Gerry Reilly U-16 FT played in Oldcastle.
HL Div 2: Semi final spot for Kiltale.Kiltale grabbed the semi-final spot in div 2 hurling league after a 10 point win over Kildalkey.
B FL Div 4: Michaels too strong for ClannsA much sharper St. Michaels side proved far too strong for Clann na nGael in this deferred reserve league match played in Carlanstown
O'Rourke: Royal focus has switched to OrchardMeath have already switched their focus to Saturday week's Qualifier against Armagh, according to goalkeeper Paddy O'Rourke.
Dunshaughlin Lotto results and newsThe numbers drawn in the Dunshaughlin GAA lotto were 8,21,25 & 27 and there was no winner of our Jackpot or no match 3 winners.
Camogie: Na Fianna edge KiltaleNa Fianna camogs were under pressure going into this game as they needed to obtain championship points.
Charlie: Meath behaviour "shameful"Dublin legend Charlie Redmond has branded Meath as "shameful" for making such a big deal about the tussle between Mickey Burke and Eoghan O'Gara.
Moyles slams RTE's bite-claim coverageAnthony Moyles has criticised The Sunday Game's "blasé" treatment of the alleged bite on Mickey Burke during the Leinster final.
AFL2: Ballinlough and Nobber share the spoilsBallinlough had to come from behind to salvage a draw against promotion rivals Nobber, in this injury ravaged game, played in humid conditions on Sunday.
U13 HL: Ratoath edge Clan na nGaelVisitors Clan na nGael really put it up to the home team on a dry and very hot night in Ratoath.
Seneschalstown GAA Lotto and NewsThis weeks lotto numbers are: 6, 9, 18, 28
Kilmessan Hurling Club Golf ClassicKilmessan Hurling Club Golf Classic takes place on Friday 1st August
Kilmainhamwood Lotto results and newsKilmainhamwood GFC weekly lotto draw took place in Cormeen on Monday 21st July 2014 at 9pm where the jackpot was €4,200
HS football team of the weekAfter their 16-point demolition of rivals Meath, Dublin are well-represented on our football team of the week.
FL Div 2: 5 goals do the trick for CastletownA beautiful Saturday evening meant a decent crowd rolled up to the Knock venue to see two teams set to meet in the next round of the intermediate championship.
Ladies: goals crucial for Na FiannaNa Fianna faced Oldcastle on home turf on Saturday in the third round of the Senior Football Championship.
FL Div 2: St. Michaels brush past hostsNine players got on the score board for St. Michaels as they brushed past the hosts in sunny conditions in Cortown.
Kilbride secure back to back league winsKilbride secured a valuable two points when they came from behind to defeat Moylagh in Kilbride.
GAA confirm All-Ireland SFC times, dates and venuesTimes, dates and venues have been confirmed for a number of forthcoming fixtures in the All-Ireland Senior Football Championship.
Run for the Cure this weekendThe Run for the Cure, featuring the Paddy Tobin Memorial Perpetual Cup 5k run, will take place this Saturday July 26th in aid of the Irish Cancer Society.
Explainer: The road to SamFollowing the conclusion of the provincial football championships over the weekend, the picture in this year's All-Ireland series has become a lot clearer with 12 teams still standing.
FL Div 2: Decent performance from RatoathRatoath emerged 9 point winners with a decent performance in this league game played in Seán Eiffe Park
FL Div 2: All square in KilskyreNobber and Ballinlough played out a draw in a tough uncompromising game at Kilskyre.
FL Div 1: Seneschalstown's recent good run comes to an end.The recent run of positive results for Seneschalstown's Senior side came to a halt on Saturday evening in Fr. Tully Park when a late fade out in the last ten minutes cost them two valuable league points.
Club minor fixtures (updated 21 July)Club Fixtures (updated 21st July)
FL Div 1: Important win for SummerhillSummerhill put an end to a three game losing run by beating visitors Gaeil Colmcille by six points.
Ó Sé defends O'Gara in 'bite' stormTomás Ó Sé has jumped to Eoghan O'Gara's defence after an allegation of biting was made after yesterday's Leinster SFC final.
AFL1: Duleek Bellewstown win in SimonstownDuleek Bellewstown came to Simonstown on Saturday night determined to continue the upward trend and away from the relegation zone and continue their winning ways.
Timing of biting allegation disappoints 'Pillar'Paul Caffrey has expressed his disappointment at Meath manager Mick O'Dowd for alleging that Mickey Burke had been bitten by a Dublin opponent so soon after the Leinster SFC final.