The numbers drawn in the Dunshaughlin GAA lotto were 1, 4, 15, 20 and there was no jackpot winner. We had one match 3 winners: Sabina McCormack who wins €200.
For Mickey Burke and his Meath team-mates, the post mortem into what went wrong against Kildare has been put to bed and now their focus is squarely on this Saturday's All-Ireland SFC qualifier against Sligo in Pairc Tailteann (6pm).
Meath take on Dublin in the opening round of the Leinster Special Under 17 Football Championship.
St. Michaels maintained their unbeaten start to the junior C championship with this 23 point victory over a hapless Trim side in a constant downpour in Athboy on Monday evening.
Despite being five points down at the break the eventual winners turned on the style in the second period to take another set of local bragging rights.
Having lost out to St. Patrick's by a point in their first Junior 'B' championship outing, Moynalvey picked up their first two points of their group campaign.
No jackpot winner from Sunday nights draw for €12,700 however we had a whopping 7 match 3s
This year will marks the 28th Anniversary of the Gerry Reilly Memorial U-16 Inter-County Football Tournament played in July every year.
Gaels throughout the county and in particular his native Moynalty are deeply saddened at the sudden passing of Patsy Cahill, one of the GAA's greatest enthusiasts.
Kilmainhamwood GFC weekly lotto draw took place in McKenna's on Monday 26th June 2017 at 9pm where the jackpot was €3,200.
This weeks lotto numbers are: 7, 19, 23, 25
After Down's surprise win over Monaghan, Dublin's demolition of Westmeath and lots of qualifier action, here's our football team of the week....
A calf complaint was the reason that referee David Coldrick had to quit at half-time of the Ulster SFC semi-final clash between Down and Monaghan.
St. Michaels sauntered to a 12 point victory over a Dunderry side that never got out of the starting blocks on their home pitch
The third round of the Meath Senior Hurling Championship is set to take place from next Wednesday July 5th.
The times, dates and venues for the All-Ireland SFC Round 2A and 2B, and All-Ireland SHC Round 1 qualifiers have been confirmed.
The GAA has announced the publication of new 'One Club' Guidelines aimed at streamlining the activities of the GAA, Ladies Gaelic Football Association and the Camogie Association and enhancing further co-operation.
St. Vincent's second half reprieve reaped reward when they snatched a draw at headquarters with the last kick of the game.
The mighty Dubs and the implications for the pretenders to their throne, as well as Down's heroics against Monaghan, features prominently in our tweets of the week round-up...
"I've a duty of care for the player and I firmly believe there was an attack on his good name."
In a game, they couldn't afford to lose, Seneschalstown just about managed to eke out a victory in their relegation battle against Rathkenny.
Going into this encounter in the Teach na Teamhrach Meath JFC Skryne would have been favourites on the back of their impressive start to the Championship.
Na Fianna picked up a good win in Grangegodden on Friday night with a stirring second half showing sealing the win.
Dean Barrett was in devastating form, hitting 4-03 as Na Fianna collected a hard earned win over St Peter's Dunboyne in Trim on Saturday evening.
The relief was palpable in the Pearse Park stands on Sunday as the referee blew the final whistle in this Leinster Semi-Final. Meath Ladies after a turbulent few years had booked themselves a Leinster Intermediate Final spot.
Kilbride took on St Marys in round 3 of the championship in Pairc Tailteann on Saturday evening.
The Crossakiel handball club with the cooperation of the Communications Workers Union An Post, and the Jim Connell Committee delivered a fitting memorial tribute to former club chairman Hughie Reilly
The Leinster senior football semi-final took centre stage this afternoon.
Daire Rowe and James Conlon scored 0-9 between them as Meath eased to a nine-point Leinster JFC final victory over Louth at Croke Park.
The home side did what they had to do to try and avoid the relegation dog fight with this three points victory against local rivals Nobber.
Oldcastle put their stamp on the Junior C Championship with a fantastic victory over Cortown in Drumbaragh on Friday evening last.
The Royals were the dominant force in the 90's and early 2000s but their last provincial success came in 2006.
Navan O'Mahonys proved too strong for Simonstown Gaels in this JFC round three fixture at Bective on Friday evening.
Ballinlough got their first points of this year's Division 2 AFL thanks to a commanding display over Curraha with the wet conditions suiting the hone side.
Slane took on Dunderry in the third round of the JBFC on Friday night
A poor first half display which left Carnaross trailing by eight points at half-time proved too much of a margin to turn around.
Summerhill lost their first game in the Teach Na Teamhrach JFC when coming up short against Wolfe Tones in Trim
Kilmainham recorded their 2nd win from 2 outings by overcoming Clonard in this Junior D championship game played at Athboy.
Two decisive scores a goal in the 60th minute followed by a 61st minute point propelled the Cilles to victory in this tight affair at Curraha
From time to time, we hear stories of guys, who have hung up their boots, answering the call to line out one more time, and Na Fianna's go to man is the evergreen Anthony Kirby.
The All-Ireland Championship Round 2B Football and Round 1 Hurling draws will take place next Monday morning, June 26 on RTÉ Radio One after the 8.30 news.
There are just two live GAA games on television this weekend but the coverage doesn't end there.