After the weekend's action, we are now down to the last four in the Leinster SHC...
The Meath GAA First Year League concluded last week in a sunny Pairc Tailteann where the three finals took place.
St. Michaels put in a much improved performance from their previous outing in Kilmainhamwood however the outcome was the same in this back league fixture played in ideal conditions in Piltown
St. Michaels ladies recorded another great victory away to Summerhill on Friday evening last.
THE scoreline is hardly a true reflection as Killary Emmets were made fight all the way before lifting the U-16 FL Division 5 cup at Dunganny on Sunday.
Moynalty/Carnaross took on Dunderry in this very exciting Meath Under 16 Division 3 FL final in sunny conditions at Dunganny.
Four first half goals from James Kelly, Ross Ryan and Peter Durnin sealed victory for Kiltale over Trim at a sunny Lomans Park.
Having been defeated in last years U15 decider, at the outset of this years U16 league the Cilles squad was bolstered by a number of additions including some players from the year behind.
In ideal conditions at Kilmainham on Sunday, the home side ran out easy winners over the visitors on a scoreline of 1-13 to 0-7 in this fifth round of the B League.
Dunboyne proved too strong with a convincing win over for Na Fianna last Friday evening in Dunboyne's home grounds.
Navan O'Mahonys proved too strong for Dunboyne in this Hurling League Division 2 calsh played in Dunbyne.
As far as Owen Mulligan is concerned, defeat is always a difficult pill to swallow...
Meath captured two All Ireland handball titles last Saturday in Mullingar and Thurles.
"There have been idiots who have been suggesting that they've been talking to players, and so on: they haven't been talking to anyone. I can think of one pundit in particular. Absolute trash. We should just put 'attention seeker' on his forehead. It's hard to believe he is a Derry person. Absolutely crap. That's what galls me more than most."
Club na Mi are running a bus to Parnell Park on Sunday next for Meath's Leinster SFC quarter-final against Louth.
The Leinster junior football championship semi-finals have been fixed for next Wednesday, 7 June.
All the upcoming games in the county.
Today we had action from all four provincial championships.
On a beautiful sunny May evening with the smell of fresh cut grass, t-shirts, shorts and sun glasses on display, it could only mean one thing, this was championship time of year.
St Peters advanced to the semi final of Brendan Davis Cup with this high scoring win over Na Fianna played in ideal conditions at Dunboyne.
A quick glance through our match reports from the opening round of the club football championship has revealed a healthy number of former inter county stars that are still going strong.
The new jersey has the Harmon Oil name on the front but will also carry the Pieta House logo to help raise awareness.
Its been a while since Kilbride recorded a win in the opening round of the Championship but this was put right last Sunday with a somewhat comfortable win over neighbours St Pauls.
The first round of the Meath football championships threw up some brilliant performances. We pick our standout fifteen.
Kildalkey welcomed Longwood on Tuesday evening for this Division 3HL game played in lovely conditions.
Louth captain Padraig Rath wasn't happy with the amount of mistakes the Wee County made against Wicklow.
The black card is not fit for purpose and it has to be removed from gaelic football as soon as possible.
Substitute Cathal McConnell's 53rd-minute goal proved decisive as front-runners Meath defeated Kildare by 2-18 to 1-19 at Pairc Tailteann.
All the dates, times and venues have been confirmed for the opening round of the senior, intermediate and junior club hurling championships.
Twins Killian and Ciaran Doyle did most of the damage as Westmeath inflicted a 2-20 to 0-12 defeat on Meath at Trim.
Syddan made a winning start in the Junior C championship at Castletown on Monday evening.
Kilmessan lost out to Donaghmore Ashbourne in this hurling league division 3 clash.
The sad passing has occurred of Kells Road, Navan resident John Lally who was an Honorary President of Simonstown Gaels GFC.
Having reached the semi-final of this competition last year Duleek Bellewstown started their 2017 campaign with an emphatic win over Summerhill on a warm evening in Skryne.
Meath manager Stephen Forde has named his starting XV for tonight's Leinster U-21 HC opening round clash with neighbours Westmeath.
St Vincents Curraha completed a fantastic league campaign by claiming the under 17 division 3 league title with a six-point win over Killary Emmetts on Sunday.
Simonstown's Junior Cs began their championship campaign with an excellent victory over Rathkenny today in Kilberry.
Ten of the Westmeath starting 15 named to face neighbours Meath in the Leinster U21HC first round in Trim tonight featured in last year's stunning victory over Kilkenny.
The war of words between James Horan and Bernard Flynn has escalated with the latter calling the former Mayo manager a 'sad man'.
It is with deep regret that we have learned of the passing of Carnaross club stalwart and president Aidan Gillic.
Meath junior football team manager Conor O'Donoghue has named his team to take on Kildare in the Leinster Junior Football Championship quarter final at Pairc Tailteann.
This race to be crowned 2017 All-Ireland hurling champions begins in Trim tomorrow night.