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Dunshaughlin GAA club notesRed Or Black will now be held on Saturday 18th of April in The Ardboyne Hotel Navan, all tickets from the original show that was due to be held on 13th February in Knightsbrook are still valid.
Team news: Carroll called up by RoyalsMeath manager Mick O'Dowd has made one change to his starting 15 for Sunday's Division 2 trip to Roscommon.
Corn na Boinne: Colmcille's impress against LongwoodSt Colmcilles kept their winning start to 2015 going with a 5-10 to 1-11 win over Longwood in Round 1 of the Corn na Boinne last night.
Meath and Roscommon - '91 springs to mindMeath had plenty of battles with the 'Rossies' over the years but none as big as the All Ireland SFC semi final clash of 1991.
Meathmen 'head to head' in Freshers' football finalTonights All Ireland Freshers Football Championship final will have a real Meath feel to it.
Ratoath's Pre Cheltenham panel get togetherRatoath's Cheltenham preview night a great success
Coaching Expert to visit Duleek Bellewstown GFCAnyone with an interest in GAA coaching, the games themselves or working in a coaching capacity with children and younger players in any sport are welcome to attend a talk by well known GAA Coach Paudie Butler on Thursday 12th March at 7pm in the clubhouse on the Navan Road.
Simonstown Juvenile registration day this SaturdaySimonstown will have their Juvenile Registration Day this Saturday February 28th in the clubhouse from 10 am to 3 pm.
Video: 'The game is in safe hands' - Sean BoylanFormer All Ireland winning manager Sean Boylan has described his involvement with 2015 Independent.ie Sigerson Cup winners DCU as 'extraordinary' and says the competition should be cherished.
Donaghmore Ashbourne Cheltenham PreviewDonaghmore Ashbourne Gaa club host another of their very popular Cheltenham Preview Night in their clubhouse on Fri. 27th Feb.
Seneschalstown GFC NotesThe Senior team got their first win of the season on Sunday when defeating Blackhall Gaels in Round 1 of the Feis Cup.
Ladies: Change of time for the Westmeath gameMeath's National Football League Division 2 Round 4 game with Westmeath has been brought forward an hour.
Colleges: Gallen have too much in the tank for NobberGallen Community School Ferbane pulled clear in the last ten minutes to defeat O'Carolan College Nobber in the North Leinster Post Primary Schools senior football championship on the astro pitch today at Lomans Park Mullingar.
Tailteann Cup: K'Wood win in MoylaghKilmainhamwood GFC travelled to Moylagh for the first round of the 2015 Tailteann Cup and returned home with a handsome victory.
Busy Weekend Ahead for Meath LadiesIt may still only be February but it will be all shoulders to the wheel next weekend for Meath Ladies as all four county teams take to the field
Dunshaughlin GAA Lotto and newsThe numbers drawn in the Dunshaughlin GAA lotto were 7,8,10 &15 and there was no Jackpot winner . Congratulations to Rita Walsh who matched 3 numbers.
Ladies Simonstown U16's begin their championship campaign with a winThe Simonstown U16 girls began the defence of their championship title with a victory over visitors Dunboyne (who had conceded home advantage) in what was a keenly contested and highly entertaining match.
Seneschalstown GFC Club NotesThis weeks lotto numbers are: 6, 9, 15, 28
Kilmainhamwood Lotto Results & NewsKilmainhamwood GFC weekly lotto draw took place on Monday 23rd February 2015 at 9pm in McKenna's where the jackpot was €10,000
St Marys Juvenile Registration evening"St. Mary's GFC Donore will hold their Juvenile Registration Evening on Friday 6th March between 6:30pm - 8pm.. New members very welcome.
Drumree GAA notesOur 1st & 2nd team hurlers are out in action this weekend for the first time this season as the league commences.
Club fixtures (updated 24 February)All the upcoming games in the county.
NHL Div 2B: Meath back on trackAfter a disappointing loss to Kildare in the opening round of the National Hurling League Division 2B Meath got back on track with an eight point win over Mayo.
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Corn na Boinne: Michaels hold on in atrocious conditionsSt. Michaels held out for a hard earned two point victory over Kilmainham in atrocious conditions in Grangegoddan
Corn na Boinne: Castletown win in DrumbaraghThis was a game of two halves as Castletown registered their first win of the season at a blustery Drumbaragh.
Feis Cup: Summerhill caught by Skryne comebackOn a wet miserable day in Skyrne the wind had a big part to play in the match. Summerhill dominated the first half with a goal from David Larkin putting them into a comfortable led at half time. Summerhill 1-6 to Skyrne's 4pts.
Feis Cup: Na Fianna advance in thrillerNa Fianna accounted for Walterstown in Enfield on Sunday afternoon, courtesy of an excellent first half performance.
Feis Cup: Donaghmore Ashbourne knock out D/BDonaghmore Ashbourne managed to overcome the tough elements and a strong home challenge to book a place in the next round of the Feis Cup with a narrow victory over Duleek/Bellewstown on a cold Sunday afternoon in Bellewstown.
Ladies: Meath demolish Down and claim first winWhile, patience is a virtue, success requires determination, skill and passion. Meath showed these qualities and a lot more in blustery conditions in Donaghmore Ashbourne.
Feis Cup: Tones hold off RathkennyWolfe Tones seemed to be in trouble at half time as despite having the assistance of a strong wind they trailed by a point at half time on a 0-4 to 0-5 score line.
Na Fianna U14 girls off to a great start in Division 1The U 14s started their Division 1 campaign in a wet, windy Simonstown Sunday afternoon with a 13-16 to 2-0 win.
MFL Div 2: St Michaels have it all their own waySt. Michaels had it all their own way in Ballinlough on Friday night as they cruised to a 23 point victory over the three club combination of St. Oliver's.
Clonard Juvenile GAA Registration DayAll members, both existing and new, are invited to Clonard Hall next Saturday morning to register for the new season.
MFL2: big win for Vincent's/CurrahaSt Vincent's/Curraha got their Minor League Division 2 campaign off to a flying start last Friday, 20th February with an emphatic win over a gallant Walterstown outfit in a bitterly cold Masterson Park in Ardcath.
Supporters club bus to RoscommonClub na Mi are running a bus to the Roscommon v Meath NFL match on Sunday next.
GAA tweets: Wedding bells for Down starCongratulations to Conor Laverty who tied the knot on Saturday ...
Corn na Boinne: St. Ultans outpoint OldcastleOldcastle failed to see off St. Ultans in the Corn Na Boinne on Sunday afternoon.
Corn na Boinne: Syddan slay BallinabrackeySyddan laid down a marker ahead of two further clashes with Ballinabrackey following an improved second half display at Ludlow Park on Sunday.
Feis Cup: Pat's goals sink Ballinlough​St. Patricks welcomed the Intermediate Champions to Stamullen for the opening round of the Feis Cup, the weather most inclement wet and wild and did not give the footballers any respect at all to allow for good football to be played.
What they said ... the weekend in quotes"Any time you come to Nowlan Park and get a victory is pleasing."
Tailteann Cup: Brigid's come unstuck against CurrahaOn a day of difficult conditions the quality of football was poor.
Feis Cup: Gaeil Colmcille win in DunboyneGaeil Colmcille overcame St Peters Dunboyne in the Feis cup at Dunboyne on Sunday.
Corn na Boinne: Ratoath by a point against CortownRatoath had to dig deep for a win in the first round of Corn na Boinne this afternoon in Sean Eiffe Park.
Walterstown underage reportsAll the details from the underage games involving Walterstown.
BFL6: O'Mahony's goals down SummerhillO'Mahonys came out victors in this B Football League Division 6 encounter on Sunday afternoon.
Tailteann Cup: Drums impress against CarnarossDrumconrath laid down a marker in this tough battle on a heavy pitch after the early morning down pours tested Drumconrath's drainage system to the maximum.
Feis Cup: First-half blitz sees Simonstown throughA 11-minute first-half scoring blitz saw visitors Simonstown through to round two of the Feis Cup with a narrow win at Navan O'Mahonys on Sunday afternoon.
Feis Cup Round UpThe opening round of the Feis Cup threw up a few surprises
Feis Cup: champions see off BlackhallReigning Feis Cup champions Seneschalstown got their title defence off to a good start when they defeated Blackhall Gaels on Sunday afternoon in Fr. Tully Park.

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