Castledaly GAA notes

In a difficult year so far Castledaly got their championship campaign back on a positive after losing three opening games that left them propping up the rest of the table.

Athlone GAA notes

Athlone GAA Club will be holding our inaugural "Lip Sync Battles" show this Saturday 3rd September in the Sheraton Hotel to raise funds for the club.

Milltownpass GAA Notes

We had our final group game on Sunday evening in Cussack park against tubberclair.

Mullingar Shamrocks club notes

Shamrocks assured themselves of a place in the knock-out stages of the championship with this merited but hard-earned 0-13 to 0-10 victory over Garrycastle played in Rosemount on Sunday evening.

Moate All Whites club notes

On Saturday evening past in Cusak Park, Moate took on Rosemount in their final group game of the Intermediate championship

Maryland GAA club notes

Maryland Notes Championship Fixture We played Castledaly on Sunday last in Moate, on the day we lost out by 5 points.

Garrycastle GAA club notes

For the third year in a row, the Junior team progressed to the quarter final after a hard-earned win over the home team in Lakepoint Park last Sunday.

Clonkill Hurling club notes

Our first game was against Delvin which we won, and then in our second game we met Raharney which we lost, that led us to a play Castlepollard in a runner up Sheid final.

Rosemount GAA notes

We played Moate in the last group game of the year last Sunday in cusack park, we had a comfortable lead for most of the game but in fairness to Moate they stayed within distance right until the end and the lads had to remain focused to see the game out.

Ballinagore GAA Notes

We squared up to old rivals, Ballynacargy, in a winner takes all clash to avoid the relegation zone on Wednesday evening in a balmy Cusack Park.

Crookedwood GAA club notes

Our Intermediate team continued their unbeaten run in the championship. Following up on wins over Fr Daltons and Turin, we overturned Raharney in terrible conditions at Joristown.

Kilbeggan Shamrocks GAA Notes

The identity of our JFC quarter-final opponents is finally known after Garrycastle defeated St. Loman's by 5-11 to 4-11 in a playoff last Sunday.

Westmeath managements to remain the same

The Westmeath County Board have confirmed that both Tom Cribbin and Michael Ryan will remain as senior football and hurling managers respectively.

St Pauls Clonmellon notes

St. Pauls will play their quarter in the coming weeks and even though it's going to be the our biggest game of the year to date, the opposition and date & venue has yet to be confirmed

Time not on McDonnell's side

Caulry manager Gordon McDonnell admits that he has a job on his hands keeping the side up in the senior ranks.

Competition: win two All-Ireland hurling final tickets

We have two tickets to give away for the All-Ireland hurling finals on Sunday 4 September.

Southern Gaels club notes

Played in Moate last Friday the Athlone side were deserved winners with a consistent performance throughout.

Maryland GAA club notes

We are fixed to take on Castledaly on Sunday next in Moate at 12, this is a must win fixture for us to progress to the knockout stages of championship so all support is greatly appreciated.

Quiz: think you know your stuff from the weekend GAA?

How is your knowledge from a brilliant weekend of football and hurling? #TheToughest

Athlone GAA notes

Our minor team qualified for the knockout stages of the Division 1 championship when they recovered from a wasteful opening half to defeat neighbours Garrycastle in the second round of the group stage, played in Garrycastle on Monday evening.

GAA tweets of the week

Bon Voyage Peter Acheson...

Castledaly GAA notes

Well done to Rosemount Minor team who had a 1 point win over Caulry in the Championship Friday evening in a closely fought game.


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