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No jackpot winners from Sunday nights draw for €12,700 however we did have 6 match 3 winners
The Simonstown Juvenile Boys and Girls Mini Leagues commence on Saturday September 2nd
Summerhill GFC will hold their Golf Classic on Saturday 16th September in Rathcore Golf Club.
Kilmainhamwood GFC weekly lotto draw took place in Cormeen on Monday 14th August 2017 at 9pm where the jackpot was €4,600.
Moylagh finished of the group stages of the junior championship with a fine over St Vincent's.
Ratoath ground out a well deserved 8 point victory over neighbours Dunshaughlin in this 3rd round senior championship game played in horrendously wet conditions in Ashbourne
Summerhill maintained their 100% record with a decisive win over Donaghmore-Ashbourne at Pairc Tailteann on Tuesday night.
It's semi-final weekend in the camogie championship with four sides battling it out to earn a place in the senior and intermediate deciders.
All the upcoming games in the county.
St. Michaels made it four wins from four outings in the Junior C championship with this victory in the battle of the saints in Drumbaragh on Monday evening.
The venue was switched last minute from a waterlogged Millbrook surface to a desolate Moylagh pitch as all of the Moylagh officials were busy watching their own club play against St. Vincent's.
The numbers drawn in the Dunshaughlin GAA lotto were 8, 19, 20 & 25 and there was no jackpot winner.
Summerhill GFC lost one of their links with the great four-in-a- row winning team of the mid seventies with the sad passing of Tom Gibbons.
A new study commissioned by Lidl Ireland demonstrates the positive effect playing sport has on the health and well-being of young women and girls in Ireland.
2017 is some what different and a real statment of intent was laid down on Sunday afternoon in Dunsany when Kilbride took on Slane to see who would claim top spot in group A.
This Junior Football Championship match played in the excellent facilities in Kilbride was a 'dead rubber' as far as Skryne were concerned.
In perhaps the biggest shock result in the championship so far, Kilmainhamwood defeated Dunsany by a gaol in Carlanstown on Monday the 14th of August.
This weeks lotto numbers are: 8, 19, 25, 27
Ethan Devine's stoppage time 45 earned Na Fianna a draw with Skryne in this SFC clash at Pairc Tailteann on Monday night.
The Meath club football championship continued tonight.
THERE was a dramatic finish to this North Meath derby as Kevin Traynor struck with a goal in the third and final minute of added time to give Syddan a precious win in the IFC at Drumconrath on Sunday evening.
Waterford secured their first All-Ireland SHC final appearance in nine years at Cork's expense yesterday. Here's our team of the week...
Curraha got back to winning ways in the Intermediate championship after a hard-fought victory over Ballinabrackey on Sunday evening in Dunsany.
Walterstown was the venue for the third round meeting of Gaeil Colmcille and Duleek/Bellewstown played in ideal conditions.
For the second week running the ladies footballers of Meath and Clare served up a fantastic feast of end to end football.
Bective put in a strong team performance to ensure the two points against a weakened Castletown outfit at Pairc Tailteann on Sunday afternoon.
Kilmainham drew with Ballivor in round 3 of the Intermediate Championship on a sunny morning in Athboy.
St. Michaels picked up two valuable points in Carnaross on Friday night last and in doing so ran riot in the second half killing the game off as a contest.
Trim and St Peter's Dunboyne met in the final round of the Meath Junior B Football championship at Drumree on Sunday last.
The saying that goals win games was never more evident than on Sunday in Pairc Tailteann when Bective hit five of them against table toppers Castletown despite them scoring 16 points.
Oldcastle claim five points out of a possible six after recording their second win in this years Intermediate championship, this time against St. Ultan's in Kilmainham.
Donaghmore /Ashbourne survived a late Walterstown rally to hang on for a one point lead in this entertaining Intermediate Championship game at Slane on Sunday.
Kilkenny ace Paul Murphy thought he had travelled back in time during yesterday's action-packed All-Ireland SHC semi-final...
"A mixture of elation, relief and anticipation of what's to come at this stage. All those emotions, joy, ecstasy, it was everything to us. Very, very satisfying."
Drumconrath qualified for the quarter finals of the JFC for the 1st time since 2013 with a battling 2 point victory over Clonard.
Saran O Fionnagain scored 2-2 as Wolfe Tones posted their first win of the campaign proving too good for local rivals Rathkenny at Pairc Tailteann on Sunday afternoon.
Moynalvey scored a decisive win over Navan O'Mahonys in this round three clash at Skyrne early on Sunday afternoon.
There was plenty of action around the county over the weekend as the Meath club football championships continued.
One of the favourites for outright honours, Ballinlough, left it late to overcome a very well organised Longwood outfit in this round 3 Intermediate Football Championship clash played in perfect conditions at Kildalkey.
Bective started this game at a fast pace and raced into an early lead with two quick points from the impressive Michael Lyness, and held the lead through-out this game played in Kilberry. Looking much sharper and focussed Bective took the game to Kilmainham and were rewarded with a fine goal bagged by Shane Barry after a fast attacking move. Bective notched up 1 - 6 to 1 point at half time.
Nobber went down to St Patrick's by nine-points in their JFC B clash at Rathkenny on Saturday evening.