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U21 football and hurling competition drawsThe U21 competitions will begin shortly and here are the full draws at all grades.
SHC: Champs advance as Killyon exitKilmessan maintained their bid to retain the Ted Murtagh SHC with victory in this Group B round five clash on Thursday evening at Trim where Killyon's campaign ended.
Club fixtures (updated 22 August)All the upcoming games in the county.
Club Football Team of the WeekSimonstown, Wolfe Tones and Donaghmore Ashbourne continue to show the way in the senior, Ballivor have emerged as favourites for the intermediate while Cortown sent out a warning signal in the junior.
Dunshaughlin junior teams end year on highDunshaughlin's third team the hardy bucks finished off their league campaign in emphatic fashion with a comprehensive 9 point victory over Simonstown
Proposal to restrict match-day squads to 26As part of a tightening up on match-day regulations, the CCCC is proposing that team managers must name 26-man squads well in advance of matches and stick to it.
B FL Div 4: Good winning performance from St MichaelsSt. Michaels turned in a good winning performance in Carlanstown last evening in preparation for their up-coming final with Oldcastle which has yet to be fixed.
U14: Seneschalstown by a goalHaving been well beaten by O'Mahonys earlier in the competition Seneschalstown turned the tables on their local rivals
Camogie: Blackhall and Na Fianna drawBoth teams came away with an important point on Wednesday night but it could have went either way in an exciting Senior Camogie Championship clash played in Batterstown.
Wishing Ciaran Fitzsimons a speedy recoveryBest wishes to Meath senior hurler Ciaran Fitzsimons who is currently recovering from a head injury in Beaumont Hospital.
Drumree GAA Lotto & Latest NewsBelow are upcoming fixtures for our adult Hurling & Camogie teams for this weekend.
U16 SL: Carpenter inspires Skryne to victorySkryne proved that they are the best Under 16 team in the county with this Division 1 Summer League final win over St Colmcilles last night at Pairc Tailteann.
Fixtures for last round of SFC and IFC releasedIt's make or break in the Meath club football championships and the final round of games at senior and intermediate level, along with JFC knockout fixtures have been announced.
Dunshaughlin GAA Lotto and newsWe have had a busy last few days with our junior teams playing out their last remaining matches
St. Colmcilles launch Meath's 'Men on the Move'Meath Community Organisation of the Year, St Colmcilles GAA Bettystown Co Meath who are also one of 16 pilot clubs for the GAA's Healthy Club project
U16 SL: Division 5 title for Gaeil ColmcilleGaeil Colmcille claimed the Under 16 Division 5 Summer League title with a four point victory over Duleek Bellewstown at Pairc Tailteann last night.
BFL1: Home win for 'HillSummerhill finished their B League Division 1 campaign with a home win over Skryne.
JFC: Great win for BrigidsSt Brigids got off to a poor start in this final game in the group stage of the Junior Championship.
BFL1: Seneschalstown share pointsSeneschalstown travelled to Dunboyne on a damp Tuesday evening to take on their table topping hosts in what was a dead rubber tie in the final round of Division 1 of the Meath B Leagues.
Seneschalstown GFC NotesJuvenile Meeting: All mentors are to attend a meeting on Wednesday 20th August at 20:30. This meeting is been called to discuss the "Festival of Football" day planned for August 30th
Meath ladies on the look out for new managersMeath Ladies County Board are inviting applications from suitably qualified managers for senior, U21 and minor positions for the 2015 season.
The passing of a true Moynalvey Gael - Eddie KellyThe passing of one of Moynalvey GFC's honorary club presidents Eddie Kelly last Sunday evening has caused widespread shock and sadness in the parishes of Moynalvey and Kiltale.
Camogie: Don/Ash qualify for Junior Championship finalDonaghmore Ashbourne qualified for the Junior Championship final on Sunday, August 24th following this terrific win against Trim.
BFL5: Curraha end with a winCurraha rounded off the Division 5 B FL with a convincing win against Clonard.
Under 14's back in actionThe Meath Under 14 Development panel resume training this Wednesday
BFL2: Blackhall's trip to the seaBlackhall finished out their B League Division 2 commitments with an away fixture to relegation troubled St.Colmcilles on Monday evening.
BFL5: long trip ends in disappointment for DrumconrathDrumconrath traveled the long distance to Ballivor in the last round of the B League in a game that had no effect on the Final table as both sides ended mid table.
BFL4: Disappointing end for CarnarossCarnaross finished a disappointing B League campaign with a heavy defeat to Oldcastle which ultimately resulted in relegation.
JFCA: Meath Hill qualifyMeath Hill qualified for the quarter final of the Junior A football championship with a hard earned but merited victory over Moylagh.
U17: Two goal victory for Bru na BoinneDivision 4 of the U17 league once again served up a highly entertaining match on Sunday night.
BFL5: Skryne qualify for FinalNeeding at least a draw to qualify for the final of the B.League division 5 football competition
Kilmainhamwood Lotto Results and NewsKilmainhamwood GFC weekly lotto draw took place in Keogans on Monday 18th August 2014 at 9pm where the jackpot was €5,000
St Patricks GAA notesSurvival in Division 1 of the All County League while Junior C's reach the final.
Seneschalstown GAA Lotto and NewsThis weeks lotto numbers are: 5, 11, 22, 25
Rose of Tralee comes first for Curraha's 'keeperCurraha lost out to Cortown in the JFC yesterday but they were forced to line out minus the services of goalkeeper Liam Hogan who is on escort duty at the Rose of Tralee festival.
Hats off to KilmainhamwoodThe North Meath club pulled out all the stops when they hosted two championship games at the weekend.
SFC: Moynalvey comeback holds Na FiannaNa Fianna and Moynalvey played out an entertaining draw in round 4 of Group C of the Meath Senior Football Championship at sunny Kildalkey before a large crowd on Sunday evening.
Meath PROsCome on people, some of you can do better.
SFC: All square in KilmaihamwoodA last second point by half forward Alan Hickey gave Gaeil Colmcille a deserving draw in this tough championship encounter played in sunny but blustery Kilmaihamwood
IFC: Third defeat for CarnarossCarnaross suffered a third defeat in the IFC after a late surge from Ratoath seen them pull away in the closing stages.
JFC B: Moynalty remain unbeaten.Moynalty maintained their 100% record with this convincing win over Trim at Sean Newman Park Bohermeen.
Get well soon Alan NestorBest wishes to former Meath footballer Alan Nestor who recently started treatment for testicular cancer.
IFC: 'Bracks' have 3 to spare over 'Micks'Ballinabrackey were slightly the better side in a hard fought IFC win over St Michaels at Lomans Park Trim.
The late Marty SheridanThe passing of Marty Sheridan has caused widespread sadness in Kilmessan.
Ladies: Boardsmill juniors secure semi spotBoardsmill and Moylough produced an excellent exhibition of football in windswept Boardsmill on Friday night.
SFC: Toolan tops for Dunshaughlin against BlacksThe Dunshaughlin senior team found themselves right back where they started their 2014 SFC campaign in familiar territory in Skryne as Walterstown were their opponents
JFC: Clonard stun O'Mahony's to take quarter-final spotClonard produced a stunning performance to secure a place in a quarter-final in JFC against a strong O'Mahonys side.
Castletown GFC club notesCastletown Blotto Numbers for 16/8/14 were 18 19 21 24. No jackpot winner.
Sunday's club championship resultsRound 4 is done and dusted and some clubs can look forward to the business end of the championship while others are now looking over their shoulders at the dreaded relegation battle.
SFC: Duleek/Bellewstown overcome BlackhallHelped by a brace of goals from Padraig Howard Duleek Bellewstown continued their recent good league form of late

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