The GAA's grassroots were in their element yesterday as county finals took pride of place across the length and breadth of the country...
"I've been fortunate to win an All-Ireland with Donegal, but to win a county title with my club is right up there."
After last weeks heart stopping win over Tinahely from Wicklow following extra time and a nerve wracking point shoot out, Dunboyne travelled out Saturday to take on the Laois champions, Raheniska.
Oldcastle closed their promising and encouraging season on a high when they claimed the AFL Division 3 title against Trim on Saturday evening last infront of huge support in Moynalty.
Dunboyne advanced to the next round of the Under 21 Football Championship with this 13 point win over holders Donaghmore Ashbourne at Ratoath.
DAIRE ROWE hit 13 points as Killary recovered from a sluggish start to advance in the U-21 A Championship at Sean Newman Park on Sunday.
Na Fianna and St Peter's, Dunboyne served up an enthralling game of football in Dunganny on Thursday night in a game played at a blistering pace throughout.
The legendary Ollie Murphy capped his 42nd birthday with four points to inspire Carnaross to a JFC D final win over Longwood at Pairc Tailteann on Sunday.
Duleek-Bellewstown claimed the JFC C title with a narrow win over Blackhall Gaels at Pairc Tailteann on Saturday afternoon.
All the upcoming games in the county.
The Leinster Ladies Club Football semi final set Meath Junior champions Clann Na nGael against Longford Intermediate champions Dromard in Dromard.
St. Mary's GFC and Duleek Bellewstown GFC played out an absolute classic, to help honour the memory of Anthony (Bevis) Doonan.
The provisional 2018 Allianz League fixtures have been announced, with a Croke Park double-header involving the Dublin footballers and hurlers getting proceedings underway on Saturday, January 27.
A huge weekend of club action lies ahead with nineteen county finals - thirteen in football and six in hurling - taking place across the country.
The two semi finals of the Meath minor championship were played simultaneously on pitches 1 and 2 in dunganny on Thursday night!
The Club Players' Association (CPA) remains frustrated with the GAA over the lack of progress to finalise a master fixture plan for 2018.
In the end Meath Hill claimed their first championship title in 37 years. St. Michaels and Curraha advanced to the IFC final while Summerhill defeated O'Mahonys to set up a semi-final win with Gaeil Colmcille.
Summerhill gained the final last four spot in the SFC on Tuesday night at Ashbourne where they saw off Navan O'Mahonys in this quarter-final fixture
The opening round of the Leinster club junior hurling championship takes place on Saturday, 14 October.
Six years after winning the Intermediate championship, Oldcastle were crowned Masita Meath Ladies Senior champions
No jackpot winners from Sunday nights draw for €12,700 however we did have 1 match 3 winner; Laura King (c/o Davy Donoghue) wins €200. Numbers drawn were 8,22,23,28.
The 2017 National Club Poc Fada Championship is on Saturday 28th October in Kilmessan, Co.Meath.
Defending champions St Peter's of Wexford have been drawn in a tough group with Dublin and Westmeath opponents in the battle to retain the Br Bosco Cup as Top Oil Leinster Schools Senior A Football champions.
On Friday the 13th of October Donaghmore/Ashbourne GAA will host a compromise rules match against a selection from the Victorian Amateur Football Association (VAFA) in Australia.
Meath champions Oldcastle, Dunboyne and Clann Na nGael are out in Leinster ladies club football action on Saturday October 14th.
Kildalkey Hurling Club kick off their Last Man Standing competition in Premier League next Saturday.
Kilmainhamwood GFC weekly lotto draw took place in McKenna's on Monday 9th October 2017 at 9pm where the jackpot was €6,200.
This weeks lotto numbers are: 5, 8, 22, 23
The numbers drawn in the Dunshaughlin GAA lotto were 2, 5, 15 & 21 and there was no Jackpot winner
Longwood were too strong for Cortown in this Division 4 League final at Kildalkey on Sunday.
Perseverance paid off for Meath Hill's Emmet Boyle at Pairc Tailteann yesterday.
Sunday was a day to remember for Kilmessan camogie stalwart Aileen Donnelly who added senior and junior souvenirs to her impressive medal collection.
Meath Hill claimed the JFC title for the third time on Sunday when proving too good for Moylagh at Pairc Tailteann.
Just two years after winning the JFC title Curraha are one step from senior status following this merited win over Oldcastle at Pairc Tailteann on Sunday afternoon.
The shortlists for the third Camogie Association/WGPA Players' Player of the Year Awards, sponsored by Liberty Insurance have been announced across the three award categories.
Played in Ashbourne this was an eagerly anticipated League Final between the Seasiders and a Ratoath side that went into the game as big favourites given there untroubled path to the final
Kilbride made it into another minor final this time at the expense of a great Ballinabrackey side.
St Ultans and Ballivor met in the Intermediate Relegation game on Sunday with both teams earning a hard fought point.
St Peters Dunboyne claimed the Meath Division 1 B Football League with a two point win over holders Donaghmore Ashbourne in Ratoath.
Kilmessan won their ninth Meath Senior Camogie title in a row with this four point win over Na Fianna at a wet St. Lomans Park Trim.
There was no shortage of milestone achivements on the club scene over the weekend while the debate over the rights and wrongs of the Gooch's upcoming testimonial dinner rages on...
Dunderry and Ratoath will have to do it all over again after this very exciting draw at Lomans Park Trim.