Neighbours Carnaross and Ballinlough served up a thrilling encounter in Round 1 of the Junior D Championship
All people may be born equal but in this competition, some are less equal than others such is the laughable nature of the competition structures.
Oldcastle kicked off their Junior Championship campaign with a promising win over a battling Castletown in Ballinlough on Sunday morning last.
This first round of the Junior A championship was played under blustery conditions in Skyrne GFC.
FREE Hurling & Camogie coaching for boys & girls aged 4-7 years every Sunday at 10.30am in Drumree GAA grounds.
The sun shone on Slane last Thursday evening as the local GAA club formally began its new clubhouse development with a sod turning ceremony.
Meath manager Andy McEntee has made no attempt to downplay the importance of his side's Leinster SFC quarter-final against Louth on Sunday week.
A GOAL shortly after half-time and another two in the final quarter put paid to Killary Emmets hopes in this U-17 FL final at Dunganny last Sunday.
Na Fianna Senior Ladies Footballers returned to winning ways last Saturday evening in Baconstown when they defeated Boardsmill.
Meath GAA are hosting an exciting Royal Business Luncheon in the Headfort Arms Hotel.
Kilmainhamwood GFC weekly lotto draw took place in Cormeen where the jackpot was €2,200.
Gaeil Colmcille's second string and Dunboyne's third string team's met in Dunsany for their Junior B match on a glorious summers evening.
Eoin O'Connor is confident that Louth are good enough to eliminate arch rivals Meath from the Leinster SFC on June 4th.
This weeks lotto numbers are: 4, 13, 17, 23
The numbers drawn in the Dunshaughlin GAA lotto were 7, 10, 14, 20 and there was no Jackpot winner.
The Sam Maguire Cup race began in earnest over the weekend, here's our team of the week...
The opening round of the senior football championship is over. There was one game on Wednesday, two on Thursday, five on Friday and the last one was played yesterday, Sunday May 21st.
Following their heroics against Tipperary yesterday, six Cork players are included in our hurling team of the week...
Ballinlough delivered a stirring finish as two goals in injury time gave them a dramatic victory over a shell-shocked St. Michaels side in Kilmainhamwood on Sunday evening.
With the exception of long term absentees Alan Forde (cruciate) and Sean Curran (Achilles), Meath manager Andy McEntee is reporting a clean bill of health ahead of their Leinster SFC quarter-final local derby with Louth on Sunday week.
A superb display of team hurling gave Kiltale a fully deserved victory over a Ratoath side who had beaten them well in the group stages of the competition.
Meath Hill secured a 1st Round victory with a flattering 3 point win over a wasteful Drumconrath in Round 1 of the Junior Football Championship.
Dunsany got their quest for the Junior A Championship off to a winning start on Sunday in Carlanstown against St. Brigids.
Dunsany drew their first round match against St. Ultan's in a tough battle on Sunday in Carlanstown.
Moylagh and Carnaross played out an entertaining draw at a wind-swept Milbrook in the first round of the Junior Championship.
Dunderry received a stern test in their opening round of their I.F.C. on Saturday against Drumbaragh.
Curraha got off to a winning start in this years Intermediate Championship with a hard fought victory over KIlmainham played in Castletown.
Walterstown took both points in this competitive opening round Intermediate Championship fixture in Kilberry.
St Pats got the 2017 senior football championship off to a winning start with an impressive 2-16 to 1-10 win over Skryne in Duleek.
Full marks to the Kildalkey club who had their pitch and surrounding grounds in magnificent condition for this Intermediate football round one game between Trim and Longwood.
Skryne overcame old rivals Navan O'Mahonys in this first round of the Junior A Football Championship played in windy Dunshaughlin.
James Horan has hit back at Bernard Flynn's criticism of Aidan O'Shea.
Na Fianna secured a comprehensive win over Donaghmore Ashbourne on Sunday afternoon in Moynalvey in their return to the Junior B Championship after a ten year absence.
Moylagh went in to this game as rank outsiders, with Carnaross some people's favourites to take outright honours.
THE concession of two early goals proved too much for a lack-lustre Syddan as they made the worse possible start to their IFC campaign at Carnaross on Saturday evening.
Dunboyne got their Junior Football Championship campaign off to a winning start with this narrow win over Wolfe Tones at Bective.
A late goal from substitute Peter Smith gave KIlmainham a narrow victory over neighbours Drumbaragh in a very entertaining Junior D football championship clash played at Athboy on Sunday afternoon.
Wolfe Tones had a convincing win against a very fancied Dunderry side in this Division 4 decider played in ideal conditions at Dunganny.
Nobber had no difficulty accounting for an understrenght Walterstown outfit in this Junior B match played in Duleek.
Behind by 7 points at the break Nobber put in a much better second/half performance to come away with a share of the spoils
All the upcoming games in the county.
Summerhill managed twice as many scores as Duleek-Bellewstwon in this SFC Group A opener at Pairc Tailteann on Sunday afternoon.