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St. Patricks club notes11 years ago it was just a dream but today its a reality & possibly an envious moment for all other clubs in Meath & beyond.
Corn na Boinne: Nobber see off Ratoath to make finalHolders Nobber advanced to the final of this year's competition with this victory over a fancied Ratoath side on Wednesday evening.
Drumree GAA Scrap Metal CollectionScrap metal collection will take place at Drumree GAA club grounds on Saturday 6th June from 9am to 5pm.
U16FL: Clonard-Longwood land Division 3 crownIf you were not at Boardsmill on Tuesday then you missed a feast of football served up by two splendid young teams on a fine May evening.
U16 FL: St Peters capture Division 4 crownSt. Peter's Dunboyne showed great character to claim the U16 Division 4 football title in dramatic fashion in Dunsany
Win Eu10,000 with Mattock Rangers CLGMattock Rangers have invested heavily in developing its facilities with the recent addition of floodlighting on their new all weather pitch.
GAA High Performance Sport ScholarshipsUlster University is pleased to announce that once again it will be offering Men's Gaelic Football Scholarships for the 2015/2016 season.
Leinster JFC: Comprehensive win for MeathMeath recorded a comprehensive win over Carlow in the quarter final of the Leinster Junior Football Championship at Sean Eiffe Park Ratoath.
Dunshaughlin GAA Golf ClassicOur annual Golf Classic is only around the corner and will take place on June the 5th in the Black Bush Golf Club.
IFC: crucial first win for Ultan'sSt Ultans earned their first points of the 2015 Championship with a hard earned win over Trim in Athboy on Tuesday evening.
U16FL: Trim goals are Tones' undoingTrim qualified for the semi final at the expense of Wolfe Tones scoring 5 second half goals which ended Wolfe Tones' interest in this competition after a very entertaining and closely contested first half after which Trim led by 2 points on a score-line of 2-7 to 2-5.
Na Fianna CLG New Fundraising Initiative 'Club Oscars'Na Fianna CLG (Co.Meath), in association with KR Events, are the first charity/club in Ireland to introduce a new fundraising initiative called the 'Club Oscars'.
Dunshaughlin GAA Lotto and newsLast weekend both our Senior and Junior teams were in championship action and thankfully both came out the right side to register 2 valuable points.
Rory's Stories to feature at Kiltale Comedy NightKiltale Clubhouse Committee are hosting a Comedy Night featuring comedian Rory's Stories on Sunday 31st May at 9pm in Kiltale GAA Clubhouse.
Team news: Meath juniors to take on CarlowMeath junior football team manager Sean Barry has named his team to take on Carlow in the Leinster junior football championship quarter final tonight.
Slane Golf Classic on 26 JuneSlane GFC will host their annual Golf Class on Friday June 26th at Ardee Golf Club.
Ladies U14: Seneschalstown close to causing an upsetSeneschalstown took to the field against a seriously strong St. Colmcilles in the final of Division 2 league knowing that a huge performance was needed to cause an upset.
Kilmainhamwood Lotto Results & NewsKilmainhamwood GFC weekly lotto draw took place in Cormeen on Monday 25th May 2015 where the jackpot was €2,400
SFC: Na Fianna lose to Gaeil ColmcilleNa Fianna senior footballers suffered their first defeat in the 2015 Meath SFC with an 8 point defeat to a strong Gaeil Colmcille outfit at a sunny Sumerhill ground on Sunday afternoon.
IFC: Clann defeated by KilmainhamKilmainham minus County man Mickey Newman inflicted a third Championship defeat on Clann na nGael in Simonstown Sunday evening.
IFC: Ratoath see off DunderryRatoath survived a stern test from Dunderry in a high-scoring IFC encounter at Walterstown where referee Padraig Coyle issued two black cards to Ratoath players in the opening eight minutes.
JFC: Meath Hill see off SummerhillMeath Hill put in a strong performance to overcome Summerhill in the junior football championship on Saturday evening.
Over 1,000 attend Syddan's HoedownThe Hoedown in Lobinstown was a tremendous success with over 1000 attending. A great night's craic was had by all in their stetsons, cowboy hats and toy guns!
SFC: Skryne move in to pole position in Group BSkryne won more easily than the score suggests and apart from the concession of two goals were in control of the game from start to finish.
SFC: Dunshaughlin ease past low scoring WalterstownA beautiful summers evening in Trim was the venue as Dunshaughlin and Walterstown met in the 3rd round of the Meath SFC.
SFC: Seneshalstown run Don/Ash closeThree points was the difference between Donaghmore/Ashbourne and Seneschalstown at the end of this gripping Meath Senior Football Championship clash in Stamullen on Sunday afternoon but Seneschalstown can justifiably feel as though this was one game which got away from them.
JFC C: Cortown fall to DunsanyCortown made the short trip to Simonstown on Sunday afternoon safe in the knowledge that a win would almost guarantee qualification to quarter-finals of the Junior C Championship with a couple of games to spare.
Ladies: Seneschalstown U14's lose deciderAfter losing their star full forward Mallaidh Breen to concussion during the week Seneschalstown U14 girls took to the field in Ratoath on Saturday evening against a seriously strong St. Colmcilles in the final of Division 2 league knowing that a huge performance was needed to cause an upset.
JFC C: Oldcastle defeated by DunboyneOldcastle failed to keep their half time advantage and were narrowly beaten by Dunboyne on Sunday morning.
JFC D: Cribbin almost the hero for BoardsmillBoardsmill lost to Bective for the second time in championship football this year as the men from Navan claimed a comprehensive victory over the mill men in Athboy.
JFC C: first win for SimonstownSimonstown recorded their first victory in this year's Junior C championship against St. Michaels on a final score line of 0-11 v.0-8 in a game playes in Nobber.
JFC: second win for CurrahaCurraha got their second win of the Junior A campaign with a hard fought win over Wolfe Tones played in perfect conditions in Walterstown.
JFC: First win for SkryneSkryne made the motorway journey to Kells old pitch for a double header in the Senior and Junior football championship matches yesterday.
Central Council rules on Sky, replays and squad numbersLast Saturday's Central Council meeting made a number of key decisions pertaining to motions which had been referred from Congress and matters arising from the Hurling 2020 Report.
Drumree GAA Lotto Results & Latest NewsScrap metal collection will take place at the club grounds on Saturday 6th June from 9am to 5pm.
JFC: Simonstown grab crucial win over DunboyneSimonstown defeated Dunboyne on a 3-17 to 2-15 in the 3rd round of the Junior A Championship played in Skyrne on Saturday May 23rd.
Ladies: No joy for Meath Under 21'sThere was no joy for the Royal Ladies on Sunday afternoon as Dublin comfortably defeated Meath in the opening round of the Aisling McGing U-21 Championship.
JFC: impressive win for Dunshaughlin over ClonardThe first of a double header in Trim involved Dunshaughlin's junior team and familiar rivals Clonard in the 3rd round of the JFC with both teams hoping to register their first few points of the campaign.
Championship tweets: Henry's a dedicated follower of fashionHenry Shefflin made his debut as a TV pundit yesterday and his suit got the thumbs up from Hurler of the Year Richie Hogan ...
Curraha club notesJuinor 'D' Championship: in Rathkenny - Curraha v Drumconrath sat 23rd May at 7pm
Ladies: U16 Division 1 title for SimonstownOn a lovely summer evening these two great teams served up an incredible game of fast, skillful and brilliant football that was a huge credit to the game in Meath.
JFC: three from three for BectiveBective made it three wins from three by gaining revenge against Moylagh at Carnaross on Friday night.
What they said ... the weekend in quotes"They can shout year in, year out about Limerick this and Limerick that and they can tweet all they like and they can abuse all the players they like."
JFC C: crucial win for BlackhallBlackhall traveled to Kilmainham on Sunday, looking for two crucial points in the Championship.
JFC C: Syddan caught by Rathkenny finishesStrong finishes to both halves paved the way for Rathkenny's victory over their neighbours in the Junior C at Castletown on Saturday evening.
JFC B: Donaghmore Ashbourne give St. Vincent's a scareWith two rounds of the Junior B championship under their belts St. Vincent's who were top of the group B table would have expected an easy enough and comfortable winning margin against Donaghmore Ashbourne 3rd string side when the sides met in Curraha on Saturday evening.
JFC B: Stalemate between Moynalty and MoynalveyMoynalty and Moynalvey ended in stalemate at Martry on Saturday evening after a very entertaining game in wet conditions.
JFC B: Nobber draw with KilbrideKilbride fought back from a nine point deficit at the start of the second half to snatch a draw against a Nobber side who failed to confirm their first half superiority.
JFC D: Kilmainham impress against SlaneHaving received a bye in the first round and a walk over in the second Kilmainham got their Junior D campaign off to a successful start with a comfortable win over Slane in Castletown on Friday evening last.
Sunday's club championship resultsSkryne move in to pole position in group B with their third win.

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