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Ladies MFL: Opening loss for SeneschalstownSeneschalstown's Minor girls played their opening round game against Dunboyne at St. Peter's pitch
Dunshaughlin GAA club notesThe numbers drawn in the Dunshaughlin GAA Lotto were 2,16,17 & 26 and there was no Jackpot winner.
All-Ireland finals get the cinema treatmentODEON cinemas will screen the All-Ireland senior hurling and football finals on Sunday September 6 and Sunday, September 20.
Ladies Preview: Can Seneschalstown retain the titleSimonstown hosts a double header to decide who qualifies for this year's final.
Ladies Preview: 4 left in the race for Intermediate honoursEvery year the Intermediate Championship provides exciting close encounters and this year has proved no exception.
Ladies Preview: 2 mouth-watering semi-finals in the JuniorDunsany face Clann Na nGael while Dunboyne take on St Colmcilles.
Club fixtures (updated 2 September)All the upcoming games in the county.
Some big games to come in the hurling championshipNow that the group stages are over in the hurling championships we have a clear picture of who plays who at the business end of the season.
Ollie Canning on life and the All-Ireland finalFour time All Star and Sky Sports GAA pundit, Ollie Canning, says Galway has a great chance in the All-Ireland final this week.
IHC: Great win not enough for KilskyreKilskyre finished off 2015 on a high by defeating one of the favourites Drumree but after other results not going their way it meant it was the last game in this years championship for Kilskyre.
SHC: Kilmessan's poor form continuesKilmessan's poor run of form in this years Senior Hurling Championship continued with this round 5 defeat to high flying St Peters
IHC: Ratoath make play offs despite defeatRatoath will face Drumree in the quarter-final stage of the intermediate hurling championship after losing this last round group match to a strong Na Fianna outfit.
JHC 2: Well earned victory for DrumreeDrumree Junior hurlers concluded the group stages of the Junior Hurling Championship with a well-earned victory over Clann na nGael to book their place in the Junior 2 Semi Final.
St marys more than just a football clubSt Marys have seen their C25K program go from strength to strength since it started in mid July
St Colmcilles Halloween Camp with Graham ReillyJoin Meath ace Graham Reilly as he hosts a four day Gaelic Football Camp at St Colmcilles, Pilltown, Bettystown.
Seneschalstown GFC NotesThis weeks lotto numbers are: 4, 16, 19, 21
HS football team of the weekDublin versus Mayo part two is scheduled for next Saturday but, for now, here's our football team of the week...
Meath IFC preview: and then there were eightEighteen Meath Intermediate club teams began their pre-season training back in January all with aspirations of lifting the Meade Potato Co sponsored Mattie McDonnell Cup at the end of the season, but now only eight remain.
IHC: Kiltale advance to knock out stagesKiltale secured a quarter final spot in the intermediate championship with a hard earned draw against Dunboyne in Ratoath.
SHC : Maximum points for KildalkeyKildalkey rounded off their SHC group stages campaign with a 25 point victory over Rathmolyon at sunny Trim
IFC: Castletown's season rolls onThe season rolls on for Castletown as they put neighbours Syddan to the sword booking a place in the intermediate quarter final.
Great day for Meath Under 15's in GarvaheyOn Saturday the 29th of August, at 11.00 am the Meath Under 15 team tour bus, and supporters descended upon the majestic Tyrone Centre of Excellence in Garvahey.
SHC Group B: Killyon advance and end O'Mahonys' hopesKillyon ended O'Mahonys' hopes of advancing from Group B of the Ted Murtagh SHC with an easy win at Athboy on Sunday afternoon.
Drumree club notesNo jackpot or match 3 winners of last weeks lotto draw of €5,400. Numbers drawn were 16,18,23,28.
Donaghmore Ashbourne GAA Club's Coaching ConferenceDonaghmore Ashbourne GAA Club will host its 1st annual coaching conference this Saturday 5th September "Laying Foundations for Future Success". Speakers include; John Morrison, Paul Clarke, Sean O'Toole, Pauide Butler, plus our special guest Joe Kiernan.
Na Fianna CLG Table Quiz Club Fundraiser'Na Fianna Camogie and Ladies Football are hosting a 'Table Quiz Club Fundraiser' Friday September 11th in Boggan's at 9pm.
Blackhall Gaels gold classicThe Blackhall Gaels annual fundraising Golf Classic will take place once again at the fantastic Rathcore Golf and Country Club in County Meath.
SHC: Blackhall defy the oddsThis Blackhall team has defied the odds this year. They faced near relegation last year and have since turned it around and are now serious contenders for the Championship.
JHC: Kiltale book semi final dateKiltale third team reached the semi-final of the junior HC after a comprehensive win against O'Mahony's on Sunday morning in Athboy.
U14 Sevens: Titles for Walterstown and Clann Na nGaelThe U14 7-aside U14 Cup and Shield competitions where held in Dunganny on Sat 29th Aug with Walterstown securing the Cup and Clann na nGael securing the Shield.
JHC: Kildalkey advance to the semi finalKildalkey booked their place in the semi final of the JHC at Trim on Sunday after defeating Ratoaths juniors in the final round of the competition.
U13 Girls: Perfect start for SeneschalstownSeneschalstown's impressive U-13 girls got their Autumn campaign off to a perfect start in Skryne on a sunny Sunday morning with conditions ideal for football.
Championship tweets: Has 'The Sunday Game' lost credibility?Here's what Declan O'Sullivan, Joe McMahon and Paddy Bradley thought of The Sunday Game's analysis of yesterday's All-Ireland SFC semi-final...
Ray Lawless top of the worldMoynalvey ladies footballer Ray Lawless climbed Kilimanjaro for charity.
IHC: Clann na nGael book top spotClann na nGael booked top spot in the Division and with it a semi-Final berth with this convincing win over Moylagh Saturday in Kells.
U14 Div 1: Walterstown march to another finalDespite it being August, the U14 Div 1 squads from Walterstown and Dunshaughlin renewed acquaintances on a decidedly autumnal evening in Walterstown at the semi-final stage in the in the U14 Championship.
What they said ... the weekend in quotes"I was headbutted alright."
Ladies MFL: Farrelly stars as Michaels winMarion Farrelly once again displayed her undoubted footballing talents as she helped St. Michaels hold off a very determined challenge from an understrength Ratoath side in a highly entertaining match played in Carlanstown
All Ireland Intermediate Football SevensThe newly formed Football Sevens Competition which will have Senior teams participating from all of Ireland is taking place again on 19th Sept. 2015
Group B of the SHC sortedKildalkey, Killyon and Blackhall Gaels advance
IFC Castletown advanceCastletown advanced to the Intermediate football championship quarter final with six points to spare over neighbours Syddan at Meath Hill.
Success for Under 16 hurlersMeath Under 16 hurlers were convincing winners of the Adrian Murray Under 16 hurling tournament held at different venues throughout Westmeath
O'Rourke "abused and insulted" by Tyrone fansRTE pundit Colm O'Rourke didn't get a great reception from Tyrone fans in Croke Park last Sunday.
Ladies IFC: Blackhall no match for MoynalveyA win would allow Blachall Gaels another chance to escape the relegation match.
Intermediate Hurling Championship Round UpThis evening saw the final round of both groups in the Intermediate Hurling Championship
SHC Group A: Trim win but Kiltale top groupTrim's narrow win over Kiltale at Kildalkey on Friday evening wasn't enough to secure top spot in the Ted Murtagh SHC Group A as the champions take the direct route to the semis
SHC Group A: Holders beaten but still top the groupTrim reversed the result of last years senior hurling final when beaten holders Kiltale in a very entertaining round 5 game at Kildalkey.
HS Meath football team of the weekWe started with eighteen teams and now nine are left in the race for the Meath SFC title. Here is our team of the week from the final round of football championship action.
Dunshaughlin GAA club notesNext Friday the 4th of September is the date in which we will face Skryne in the Meath SFC quarter final play off in Simonstown at 7.30pm
Meath U14 Football Academy TrainingMeath Under 14 Football Academy squad training continues.

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