A late flourish saw O'Mahonys claim the points and the Seamus Heaney Cup with victory over local rivals Simonstown on Friday night.
The Carlow team that will take on Meath in today's Joe McDonagh Cup clash has been named.
The Meath minor hurling team shows two changes from the team that lost out to Offaly in the opening round of the Leinster championship for the trip to Dowdallshill to take on Antrim.
FIACHRA ROSS made a return to competitive action following a long term injury as Syddan registered a facile home win in the B League.
Navan O'Mahonys travelled up to Duleek on a sunny Wednesday evening to take on Duleek in in round two of the junior championship.
This weekend sees Ulster Gaels living in the six counties get one over their counterparts in the Republic.
The 2018 Senior Interprovincial Competition takes place this Sunday May 20th in Naomh Mearnóg GAA.
Longford chairman Eamonn Reilly has confirmed that Glennon Brothers Pearse Park is available to host the Leinster SFC clash between the Midlanders and Meath on Sunday, May 27th.
The long awaited inaugural Meath Ladies Green Stars v Royal Stars Charity Exhibition Game will take place in Ashbourne GAA Club on Tuesday next May 22nd. Throw in is set for 8pm.
All the upcoming games in the county.
The home side, missing the services of county player Marion Farrelly and Mary Clinton got off to a fast start with a brace of points from Megan O'Brien and Sinéad McCormack and a well struck goal from Yvonne Farrelly in the opening three minutes.
Pete McGrath's eyebrow-raising outburst after Louth's meek surrender to Carlow on Sunday was certainly not unique in the history of the GAA.
Ratoath edged O'Mahonys in a thrilling reserve league game played in Sean Eiffe Park.
A dubious goal, a penalty and then a goal disallowed for the Donaghmore women only spurred them on to hold their opponents to no score in the second half.
Carnaross overcame Gaeil Colmcille in a hugely entertaining contest played in the Páirc in Kells.
The winners got off to a slow start in this game with Dunshaughlin taking the lead early on with their runners from midfield and sharp shooters in the inside line causing problems.
Meath Hill's good start in the Div 4B League continued with a deserved win over Seneschalstown on Tuesday night.
Although the hosts were convincing winners the score line doesn't reflect what was a fine performance by Bhulf Tón against very strong opposition.
St Ultans took on Moynalty in this division four B-league game on a lovely Tuesday evening in Sean Newman Park.
Slane GFC has paid tribute to club stalwart Oliver Harding who sadly passed away yesterday.
This was indeed a game of two halves where the dominant team in each half was wind assisted and dominated the scoring in Kilberry.
Clann na nGael gained their first win in the B FL Division with this one point win over Donaghmore Ashbourne in Ashbourne.
Castletown recorded their second draw in a row in the All County League Division 2 played in ideal conditions at Castletown.
Simonstown had 11 points to spare over Cortown in this B league Division 4 clash. The game was played in windy but dry conditions.
Summerhill GFC are holding a Super Drive-in Bingo in Summerhill GAA Grounds at 3pm on Sunday 20th May.
Pile-drivers from Kevin Cassidy and Philip Rogers were the platform for the St. Michaels lads to go on and win with 4 points to spare.
Club na Mi are running a bus to Pearse Park for the Leinster SFC game between Longford and Meath on Sunday 27th May.
When Nobber have needed someone to answer the call over the years, Larry McEntee has always been one of the first to put his hand up.
The Lidl Teams of the 2018 Ladies National Football League have been revealed.
Luckless Republic of Ireland U17 goalkeeper Jimmy Corcoran has received a thumbs up from his GAA club in Meath.
Music and spinning boxes were part of the fun at last night's TG4 Leinster Championships Launch at the Clanard Court Hotel in Athy.
Moynalvey overcame visitors Na Fianna on a 0-20 to 1-16 score line in this entertaining B League game
Ballivor travelled to Ardcath on Monday evening looking to pick up where they left off in their last B League game, but were missing too many regulars, and St. Vincents took full advantage.
Dunboyne followed up their impressive win over St Colmcilles last time out with this six point round 4 victory over St Pats in Dunboyne.
Both clubs were short a number of regulars with Nobber struggling to 'field' and eventually just making the bare fifteen.
Hard luck to Kevin Bawle & his Meath team mates who lost out to Offaly in the Leinster Hurling Championship at the weekend.
Simonstown were well in control of this B League Division 1 contest for large parts of the game but a late Kells fightback left it uneasy for the Gaels.
Eoin O'Connor and Mikey Cullen accounted for 5-10 as Trim saw off Blackhall Gaels in Lomans Park.