Meath Ladies still smarting from their Leinster quarter final defeat to Wicklow arrived in Clones for the TG4 All Ireland Intermediate Championship - Round 1 game with a point to prove and prove it they did.
Carnaross made the trip to Dunderry on Saturday evening to take on Blackhall Gaels in a playoff game to decide which team would compete in division 2 in 2019. Carnaross were certainly motivated by the prize on offer and their attitude and energy levels were excellent throughout the game.
Moynalvey preserved their Division one A League status for 2019 with this easier than expected win over a weakened Rathkenny side in the Division 1/2 relegation/promotion game played at Skryne on Saturday evening July 14th.
Skryne Seniors have only been beaten three times in competitive games this year and two of these defeats were at the hands of Summerhill. Skryne were eager to ensure that Summerhill did't make it a hat-trick. Summerhill were without some key men today with Caolan Young still on honeymoon, while Ross Ryan and David Larkin were also notable absentees.
2017 runners-up Tyrone blasted out an ominous warning in their opening TG4 All-Ireland intermediate championship fixture of the summer as Chloe McCaffrey's hat-trick of goals helped the Red Hands to record a comprehensive 5-18 to 2-6 victory over Wicklow in Clones on Sunday.
Should the GAA allow the memorial match for Liam Miller to take place at Pairc Ui Chaoimh?