No jackpot winner from Sunday nights draw of €7,800 however we did have 1 match 3 winner; Denise Walsh wins €200.
Philip Jordan argues that the level of commitment being asked of intercounty players is "not unsustainable".
Offaly manager Stephen Wallace has hit out at Paddy O'Rourke over his disparaging comments about Meath football.
Skryne's 3rd team continued the clubs winning ways so far this season with an excellent four point defeat of Castletown in McManus Park this Monday evening.
Martin Reilly is delighted with the emphatic victory over neighbours Meath that fired Cavan to the top of Division Two.
Pat Spillane believes the GAA needs to open up a club and county transfer window to create a more level playing field.
Bernard Flynn has taken issue with Paddy O'Rourke's comments about the state of Meath football.
This weeks lotto numbers are: 1, 5, 16, 27
Kilmainhamwood GFC weekly lotto draw took place in Cormeen on Monday 19th February 2018 at 9pm where the jackpot was €3,200.
A brace of goals from Darren Smith in a first half five minute spell boosted Syddan to a winning start to their B League Div 4 campaign last Saturday.
Ratoath managed to maintain a lead over the visitors throughout the game and with Padraig O'Hanrahan unerring from frees.
Dunderry opened their 2018 hurling league campaign with an emphatic victory over Wolfe Tones in Dunganny.
Monaghan, Cavan, Derry and Fermanagh enjoyed league wins over the weekend while Donegal and Roscommon both got their hands on silverware...
Meath's Aisling Cleary has been crowned LGFA PRO of the Year.
A poor weekend for the four county senior teams. The hurling leagues and the All County B football leagues got up.
Two goals from Stephen Carton and a goal from David Carey set up Donaghmore Ashbourne's second team for victory
Trim GAA are delighted to officially announce that Leinster GAA has appointed Sarah McManus as Games Promotion Officer (GPO) to our club.
Navan O'Mahonys first and second teams recorded good wins in the opening round of the All County Hurling Leagues
Dunboyne and Trim played out an entertaining draw in the opening round of the Division 1 hurling league.
Dublin manager Jim Gavin made a big impression on the young footballers of Kilkenny…
Boardsmill were away to Dunboyne for their first hurling match of 2018 and there drop down to division 2 was a sterner test than anticipated.
AN impressive second-half display saw Monaghan bag their first points of the 2018 Lidl Ladies National Football League Division 1 campaign, as they beat Munster champions Kerry by two points.
Club na Mi are running a bus to Thurles on Saturday next for the Tipperary v Meath Allianz FL Division 2 game.
Clann na nGael intermediate hurlers got off to a great start in this years Division 2 Hurling League with a well deserved 6 point win over Blackhall Gaels at Kilcloon.
Meath Hill opened their Div 4 B League with a win over Bective in Meath Hill.
Skryne's reserve team travelled to Stamullen for their first outing in this year's B League Division 1 where they faced St. Pats on a cold wet and breezy night
"If I'm honest, I thought the goalkeeper touched the ball and hit the ball away. Of course, I wasn't going to run in and tell the referee that. Just delighted to get it."
Navan O'Mahonys opened their B FL Division 2 bid with a home win over Nobber.
LIMERICK secured the result of the Littlewoods Ireland Camogie Leagues so far when going on the road and inflicting a first defeat of the campaign on champions Kilkenny in Division 1's Group 2 in Dunmore.
"It was a good win and a good display. It is great that these young players are bedding in because if you look at our team, there is an awful lot of new players there."
A good 3rd quarter display which yielded 1-3 without reply seen Drumconrath secure the points as the constant drizzle ensured lots of errors throughout.
You could say goals win matches but that's not always true, even though Roscommon scored two on Sunday afternoon in St Lomans grounds Mullingar. Roscommon won because they were the better team.
As the score line wound suggest Trim had a run away victory in this junior hurling league played at a bright sunny St Lomans Park.
Cavan produced some champagne football at Breffni Park to defeat neighbours Meath by five points, 2-14 to 1-12.
The hurling leagues hit round three and this usually sees the promotion hopefuls separated from the relegation battlers.
Graham Geraghty lost a lot of the memorabilia he had accumulated during his illustrious gaelic football career in a 'spring clean' a couple of years ago.
John Gilligan's 50th minute goal was central to Westmeath's minimum margin NHL Division 2A win over Meath at Trim on Saturday.
The Meath senior footballers, hurlers and ladies football team will see National League action this weekend.