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O'Rourke: Royal focus has switched to OrchardMeath have already switched their focus to Saturday week's Qualifier against Armagh, according to goalkeeper Paddy O'Rourke.
Dunshaughlin Lotto results and newsThe numbers drawn in the Dunshaughlin GAA lotto were 8,21,25 & 27 and there was no winner of our Jackpot or no match 3 winners.
Camogie: Na Fianna edge KiltaleNa Fianna camogs were under pressure going into this game as they needed to obtain championship points.
Charlie: Meath behaviour "shameful"Dublin legend Charlie Redmond has branded Meath as "shameful" for making such a big deal about the tussle between Mickey Burke and Eoghan O'Gara.
Moyles slams RTE's bite-claim coverageAnthony Moyles has criticised The Sunday Game's "blasé" treatment of the alleged bite on Mickey Burke during the Leinster final.
AFL2: Ballinlough and Nobber share the spoilsBallinlough had to come from behind to salvage a draw against promotion rivals Nobber, in this injury ravaged game, played in humid conditions on Sunday.
U13 HL: Ratoath edge Clan na nGaelVisitors Clan na nGael really put it up to the home team on a dry and very hot night in Ratoath.
Seneschalstown GAA Lotto and NewsThis weeks lotto numbers are: 6, 9, 18, 28
Kilmessan Hurling Club Golf ClassicKilmessan Hurling Club Golf Classic takes place on Friday 1st August
Kilmainhamwood Lotto results and newsKilmainhamwood GFC weekly lotto draw took place in Cormeen on Monday 21st July 2014 at 9pm where the jackpot was €4,200
Club fixtures (updated 22 July)All the upcoming games in the county.
HS football team of the weekAfter their 16-point demolition of rivals Meath, Dublin are well-represented on our football team of the week.
FL Div 2: 5 goals do the trick for CastletownA beautiful Saturday evening meant a decent crowd rolled up to the Knock venue to see two teams set to meet in the next round of the intermediate championship.
Ladies: goals crucial for Na FiannaNa Fianna faced Oldcastle on home turf on Saturday in the third round of the Senior Football Championship.
FL Div 2: St. Michaels brush past hostsNine players got on the score board for St. Michaels as they brushed past the hosts in sunny conditions in Cortown.
Kilbride secure back to back league winsKilbride secured a valuable two points when they came from behind to defeat Moylagh in Kilbride.
GAA confirm All-Ireland SFC times, dates and venuesTimes, dates and venues have been confirmed for a number of forthcoming fixtures in the All-Ireland Senior Football Championship.
Run for the Cure this weekendThe Run for the Cure, featuring the Paddy Tobin Memorial Perpetual Cup 5k run, will take place this Saturday July 26th in aid of the Irish Cancer Society.
Explainer: The road to SamFollowing the conclusion of the provincial football championships over the weekend, the picture in this year's All-Ireland series has become a lot clearer with 12 teams still standing.
FL Div 2: Decent performance from RatoathRatoath emerged 9 point winners with a decent performance in this league game played in Seán Eiffe Park
FL Div 2: All square in KilskyreNobber and Ballinlough played out a draw in a tough uncompromising game at Kilskyre.
FL Div 1: Seneschalstown's recent good run comes to an end.The recent run of positive results for Seneschalstown's Senior side came to a halt on Saturday evening in Fr. Tully Park when a late fade out in the last ten minutes cost them two valuable league points.
Club minor fixtures (updated 21 July)Club Fixtures (updated 21st July)
FL Div 1: Important win for SummerhillSummerhill put an end to a three game losing run by beating visitors Gaeil Colmcille by six points.
Ó Sé defends O'Gara in 'bite' stormTomás Ó Sé has jumped to Eoghan O'Gara's defence after an allegation of biting was made after yesterday's Leinster SFC final.
AFL1: Duleek Bellewstown win in SimonstownDuleek Bellewstown came to Simonstown on Saturday night determined to continue the upward trend and away from the relegation zone and continue their winning ways.
Timing of biting allegation disappoints 'Pillar'Paul Caffrey has expressed his disappointment at Meath manager Mick O'Dowd for alleging that Mickey Burke had been bitten by a Dublin opponent so soon after the Leinster SFC final.
Championship tweets: Call me Rihanna!Michael Darragh Macauley still waiting on a response from Rihanna ...
Skryne lose to Wolfe TonesWhile Skryne put in a much improved performance to the one displayed earlier in the week, they non-the-less went down to a strong Wolfe Tones side in Kilberry on Saturday evening.
FL Div 2: Much needed win for Trim.Trim intermediate footballers travelled to Moynalvey to play the senior side in the ninth round of the Meath football A league on Saturday evening last.
'Annihilation' has put Meath back years, says FlynnMeath legend Bernard Flynn says yesterday's Leinster final thrashing by Dublin will have serious consequences for football in the county.
Connolly refuses to shake on itThere was needle between the Dublin and Meath players even before throw-in to yesterday's Leinster SFC final as Diarmuid Connolly ignored the out stretched hand of Meath goalkeeper Paddy O'Rourke.
AFL1: Na Fianna keep up title bidNa Fianna maintained their challenge for Division 1 honours with a fine win over St Patrick's in the impressive Stamullen grounds.
Navan O'Mahonys Golf ClassicNavan O'Mahonys Golf Classic takes place on Friday 25th of July in Rathcore Golf Club.
AFL3: Farrelly saves Syddan'Keeper Ciaran Farrelly spared Syddan blushes with a penalty save to deny the visitors an equalising goal in added time at Ludlow Park.
What they said ... the weekend in quotes"I've just come back to the dressing-room after speaking to you and I see the doctor dealing with his (Mickey Burke's) finger."
O'Dowd 'bitterly disappointed'Mick O'Dowd was at a loss to explain Meath's collapse in the Leinster SFC final.
Leinster SFC final: deadly Dubs demolish ragged RoyalsDublin are Leinster champions for a fourth successive year following this facile 3-20 to 1-10 victory over Meath at Croke Park.
Ladies: Blackhall back on trackThe Blackhall ladies played their second match of the week last night (Friday) against neighbours Moynalvey.
Dubs embroiled in fresh biting controversyDublin's facile Leinster SFC final victory over Meath has been marred by a third biting controversy in 17 months.
All-Ireland Qualifier Round 4B pairings confirmedThe pairings for the two All-Ireland SF Qualifier Round 4B ties are now known following today's Leinster and Ulster finals.
Disallowed goal has Royals reelingOne of the big talking points of the first half of today's Leinster SFC final was the decision by referee Padraig Hughes to disallow a Meath goal in the 26th minute.
AFL1: Tones recover to down SkryneWolfe Tones struggled to get to grips with Skryne's work rate for the first 20 minutes of this A league game in Kilberry and they trailed by 6 points after 20 minutes on a score line of 0-08 to 0-02, the Tones points coming from Fiachra Ward.
AFL3: Third straight win for DrumconrathDrumconrath don't like easy and that's for sure, after 7 straight losses in the A League followed by a draw and now this victory has made it 3 wins in a row but still we are not certain sure of avoiding Relegation and must get a result in the last round game next Sunday.
As it happened: Sunday Match TrackerIt was provincial final day in Leinster and Ulster as the football deciders took place in both provinces.
U17FL: Good win for DunderryThese two rivals took too the pitch again Friday evening in Dunderry and produced a good open game of football.
Moyles: match-ups is the big thingMeath will have to get their 'match-ups right', according to former Royal captain Anthony Moyles, if they are to have any chance against Dublin in tomorrow's Leinster SFC final.
Preview: Leinster SFC final: Dublin v MeathIt's the third year-in-a-row that Dublin and Meath will meet to decide the destination of the Delaney Cup.
Team news: Newman returns for MeathMichael Newman has been passed fit and takes his place in the Meath team for Sunday's Leinster final showdown with Dublin.
Team news: Brogan back for DubsDublin manager Jim Gavin has made two changes to his Dublin side to take on old rivals Meath on Sunday.

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