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Dunshaughlin GAA weekend newsThe long promised history of the GAA in the parish by Jim Gilligan and Patsy McLoughlin will be launched on Friday June 12th
U16FL: Vincent's/Curraha by fiveSt Vincents/Curraha made it three wins on the trot overcoming neighbours St Pats to secure two more league points in the division 4 under16 league at Ardcath on Tuesday evening.
Ring, Rackard and Meagher Cup fixtures launchThe GAA today announced the fixtures for Christy Ring, Nicky Rackard and Lory Meagher Cup Championships 2015.
Boylan and O'Mahony to manage Rest of Ireland Golf teamA star-studded GAA match will open a week of events in Newcastle next month as the Royal County Down golf course hosts the Irish Open for the first time.
Meath U15 football Development Team 2nd regional trialsThe following is a list of venues, times, and teams requested to attend the second Meath U15 Regional team trials.
Inishturk island team breakThe wider GAA community may not be familiar with our small club situated off the west Mayo coast.
Club fixtures (updated 23 April)All the upcoming games in the county.
HS Meath Football Team of the WeekThe second weekend of championship action saw some big displays. We pick the best of the bunch.
Seneschalstown GFC Club NotesRatoath will be the venue on Sunday evening at 18:00 when our Senior team look to get their Senior Championship campaign back on track with a Round 2 match against Skryne.
Meath U14 Football Academy Squad Regional TrialsThe following is a list of venues, times, and clubs requested to attend Meath U14 Regional football trials.
Dolan Park to host Cavan and Meath SF challengeMeath will make the short trip to Virginia to take on Cavan on Sunday, May 10th to mark the official opening of Ramor United's grounds which will be named after club stalwart Niall Dolan who sadly passed away in June 2014.
Ladies: Blackhall lose in RatoathLast Monday saw the Blackhall ladies take on Ratoath in Ratoath. The sunshine made it an ideal match for spectators, although it was more of a hindrance than a help for the players.
GPA student report: 'Never Enough Time'A majority of student county players may not be enjoying a high quality learning experience and require more support from their respective academic and sporting environments according to a new report published by the Gaelic Players Association today.
Curraha club notesJunior A Championship - Curraha v Kilmainhamwood Saturday 25th April at 4.30pm in Seneschalstown
U16FL: Tones caught cold by BallivorWolfe Tones showing a number of personnel and positional switches from their last outing kept in touch for much of the first half boosted by a good opening 10 minutes which saw them lead by 0-3 to 0-1, their scores coming from Daniel Farrell, Alan Lynam and Iarlaith O Kelly Lynch.
The late Fergus O'RourkeSorry to report the death of former, Aughavas, Skryne, Leitrim and Connacht Railway Cup footballer Fergus O'Rourke.
Camogie: Leinster Shield title for MeathMeath claimed the Leinster B Shield Camogie title at the expense of Carlow at The Netwatch GAA Training Centre in Fenagh in County Carlow.
Drumree club notesNo winner of last weeks jackpot of €1,600 however we did have 1 match 3,
Kilmainhamwood Lotto results & newsKilmainhamwood GFC weekly lotto draw took place on Monday 20th April 2015 at 9pm in Keogans where the jackpot was €10,000
Seneschalstown Lotto resultsThis weeks lotto numbers are: 2, 5, 16, 25
JFC D: Moynalty by a pointMoynalty got their junior d championship off to a flying start in a thriller at Kilmainhamwood on Sunday morning against north meath rivals Drumconrath.
SFC: Na Fianna late point defeats BlackhallThe large crowd were preparing for a tough, physical match and that is exactly what they got.
Some weekend for St Peters DunboyneTheir three adult teams won their championship games while the clubs talented Under 16 squad claimed the Leinster Under 16 Division 1 football league title.
JFC: Carnaross dent Clonard's hopes on day of 'phantom point'Carnaross got their first win of the campaign but had to withstand a spirited Clonard fightback in the second-half.
Camogie: Na Fianna win first round of championshipNa Fianna girls got off to a winning start of their championship last Wednesday evening against Ratoath in Baconstown.
JFC: blistering Dunshaughlin start to no availA blistering start by Dunshaughln in the first 14 mins of their opening Junior A match of the year against local rivals Dunboyne saw them 10 points to the good in this rescheduled match played in Simonstown on Sunday evening.
Navan to host All-Ireland U21FC finalPairc Tailteann in Navan has been confirmed as the venue for the All-Ireland U21FC final between Tipperary and Tyrone on Saturday, May 2.
Ladies: great win for Simonstown U16'sIn a high scoring encounter it was the visiting Navan girls who eventually seen off a spirited Clann na nGael team in Athboy in this Round 4 U-16 Championship match.
IFC: Trim use their get out of jail cardIf you were looking for drama on Friday night last then Cortown was the place to be as the local football derby between Trim and Dunderry unfolded.
JFC B: Slane off to a great startSlane got their Junior B campaign off to the perfect start in a sunny Kilmainham on Sunday afternoon.
JFC B: Moynalvey salvage draw with WalterstownA late Ciaran Ennis penalty earned Moynalvey a share of the spoils in their Junior 'B' Championship opening round game against Walterstown played at Bective on Sunday evening April 19th.
IFC: Clann caught out by Don/AshThe concession of a goal after 2 minutes for the second week running ment that Donaghamore/Ashbourne lead from start to finish and never looked in danger of losing this second round Intermediate clash played in Walterstown Sunday.
Ladies Minor: Young Royals march to the Leinster Final.With style, panache, determination and above all teamwork, Meath Minors booked their place in the Leinster 'C' Final with a convincing victory over Wexford on Saturday afternoon in Kilbride GAA.
JFC B: Nobber edge out Duleek/BellewstownNobber got their JFC B Championship campaign of to a winning start with this 4 point victory over their conquerors from last year at sunny Skyrne on Sunday.
JFC C: Blackhall lose to ultan'sThe Blackhall Junior C team began their Championship run on Sunday in Killmessan against St. Ultans.
JFC: O'Mahony's impressO'Mahonys opened up their Junior Football Championship campaign with a solid nine point victory over Meath Hill.
JFC D: Seneschalstown goals hit BectiveReturning to the venue where their Championship winning aspirations were ended in 2014 Seneschalstown took to the field with a vastly changed side.
Ladies U16: Meath at their very bestMeath U-16s were at their very best this afternoon in Kilbride GAA to defeat Wexford in Round Five of the Leinster Championship.
IFC: Ultan's pipped by CastletownBoth sides went into the game showing poor league form, hoping this would be the much needed spark their season required.
JFC B: Seneschalstown win wellHaving been so unlucky to lose out at the death of the 2014 Championship Final Seneschalstown set about the task of going one better on Sunday lunchtime in Simonstown when comfortably accounting for the challenge of Navan O'Mahonys.
Ladies: Seneschalstown by a pointSeneschalstown Senior Ladies defeated Oldcastle in Round 5 of the Ladies Senior league with a late scoring spree to secure their first brace of points of the season in a sunny Fr Tully Park on Saturday evening.
JFC C: Na Fianna open with win over BallivorNa Fianna overcame the strong challenge of Ballivor on Sunday in Longwood. Central to the win was the impressive Sean Griffin who claimed 2-03 while Paul Kennedy hit a crucial late goal.
JFC C: Syddan start with a winThree unanswered points in the final five minutes secured a winning start for Syddan in the JFC C at Drumbaragh.
New jersey for SlaneSlane GFC kicked off their Junior B campaign this Sunday against Dunderry in Kilmainham and the Boynesiders sporting a brilliant set of new jerseys.
JFC: Bective maintain good start with win over BoardsmillBective got the better of Boardsmill at Skryne on Friday night to make it two wins from two in the Junior Football Championship.
JFC D: Ballinlough cruise to win over SlaneA strong Ballinlough second team made light work of a hard working Slane side in this Junior D encounter, played in sunny conditions in Kilmainham on Sunday afternoon.
Ladies: FL Div 1 win for SimonstownSimonstown Ladies gained their second win in the Division 1 League with a hard fought win over Boardsmill in blustery conditions in Dunganny on Sunday evening.
St Patrick's GAA Official Opening on May 3rd.St Patrick's GAA Club Stamullen Have announced the Official Opening and Blessing of their Club Grounds and Complex on Sunday 3rd May.
Sunday's Results Round UpO'Mahonys defeat Donaghmore Ashbourne again while Donal Lenehan gives Dunboyne a last minute victory at Pairc Tailteann.
SFC: O'Mahonys repeat final win over Donaghmore-AshbourneEconomy on the scoring front was central to Navan O'Mahonys win over Donaghmore-Ashbourne in this SFC Group B second round fixture at Walterstown on Sunday afternoon.