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Drumree GAA Lotto & Latest NewsHard luck to our Junior Camogie team who lost in the Junior Championship replay v Ashbourne on Sunday.
Dunshaughlin GAA Lotto and newsOur street leagues were a fantastic success and it was great to see 179 kids enjoying themselves and having fun.
IFC: Bracks stun BallivorThe Bracks turned the intermediate championship on its head in Trim on Saturday evening when they defied the odds and defeated favourites Ballivor in the quarter final.
Ratoath club notesThe All Ireland Intermediate Sevens take place in Brownstown with clubs from all over Ireland taking part. Volunteers and support most welcome for the event which commences at 10am through to 6pm
Seneschalstown Lotto resultsThis weeks lotto numbers are: 2, 8, 14, 15
IFC: Castletown book semi spotCastletown booked their place in the last 4 of the Meade Potatoes Intermediate Football Championship with a hard fought win over a determined St. Colmcilles side.
IFC: Ratoath over Syddan challengeRatoath's intermediate footballers eventually overcame Syddan last night in Navan and progressed through to the semi final against Ballinabrackey
IFC quarter: Geraghty goal crucial as Ballinlough oust DunderryA goal by Sean Geraghty with ten minutes remaining proved to be the decisive score as Ballinlough did enough to edge out Dunderry in a tough and uncompromising battle in Moylagh on Sunday evening.
JFC semi: Cortown edge past ClonardCortown booked their place in the final of this year's Meath Junior Championship final with a deserved four point victory over a stubborn Clonard side on Sunday lunchtime in Pairc Tailteann.
JFC semi: Dunboyne's hot start burns off SimonstownDunboyne got off to a flying start in this JFC semi final played in Dunshaughlin on Saturday afternoon.
Camogie: Donaghmore/Ashbourne land junior crownThe Donaghmore/ Ashbourne Camogie team completed an immediate return to the Intermediate ranks for next season by winning the Meath Junior Camogie Championship Final Replay on Sunday with a convincing win over Drumree.
IFC semi-finals this weekendThis is a big weekend of intermediate football action with two semi-finals and the crucial relegation playoff.
MFC: Walterstown hold off Bective/DunsanyWalterstown faced a tough challenge against a very strong Bective/Dunsany combination side in their first round of the championship.
Camogie: Semi-final ends in a drawTrim were let off the hook somewhat in last Saturday evening's senior camogie semi-final against Dunboyne, as the tie ended in a draw after extra time.
Div 4 FL Final: Silverware for LongwoodLongwood footballers won their first piece of silverware since winning the Meath junior football championship in 2009 by claiming the All County League Division 4 title at St Mary's expense in Bective.
U13 Div 6: Easy for Michaels.St. Michaels recorded their first win in this years U-13 league campaign with a well deserved victory over Clan na nGael in Athboy
Ladies D3 FL Final: Title for St MichaelsAn impressive first half scoring display by St. Michaels proved to be the foundation for their deserved victory over Royal Gaels and saw them lift the division 3 league cup in sunny Skryne on Saturday evening.
JFCB: Four-point win for SeneschalstownFollowing on from their victory over neighbours Slane in the quarter final Seneschalstown encountered another neighbouring side in the semi-final played in Donore on Sunday.
U15: Seneschalstown fall to TonesSeneschalstown fell to a disappointing opening round defeat to Wolfe Tones on Saturday in a game played in glorious sunshine in Gibbstown.
"If it happened to Meath I'm sure the referee would have ended up in the canal"'A Wee Royal Rumble - The Story of the 2010 Leinster Football Final' will be broadcast on RTÉ One tonight at 7.30pm.
IFC: Nobber edge out CarnarossNobber had a point to spare over Carnaross in the IFC relegation round 2 battle at Drumbaragh.
Camogie: Dunboyne and Trim must do it again!Dunboyne and Trim Senior Camogiers played out a draw after extra time, last night, in the Senior Camogie Semi-Final.
Meath camogie player of the decadeKilmessan's Aileen Donnelly has recently been awarded Meath's camogie player of the decade.
U15: Ratoath take Derby!The main pitch at Ashbourne served up an entertaining game between neighbours Donaghmore/Asbourne and Ratoath.
Girls U13: Three wins from three for 'TownSeneschalstown made it three wins from three when the narrowly defeated Skryne at Fr Tully Park.
Duleek/Bellewstown switch on new floodlightsDuleek/Bellewstown GFC recently celebrated a significant milestone in their Club Development Programme. On Saturday 13th September 2014 the Club performing the official switching on of their new Floodlighting system. In addition they cut the ribbon on their new land purchase.
Gaeil Colmcille club notesGaeil Colmcille lotto results no,s drawn 3, 14, 26, 19. one match 3, Niall Carry, Jackpot next week 4,950eu
Slane GFC club notesSuper opportunity to get your horses and ponies out and get them fit ahead of the hunting season!!!
Offical St.Patricks Gaa Club Reiteoir 2014During the launch of the Meath Go Games 2014 at St.Patricks Gaa we had the official presentation of our clubs new "Reiteoir" club referees.
Club fixtures (updated 15 September)All the upcoming games in the county.
Championship Update. Down to semi finals and finalsSo now we know. Its O'Mahonys versus Wolfe Tones and Donaghmore Ashbourne versus Na Fianna in the senior. Ballinlough v Castletown and Ratoath versus Ballinabrackey in the intermediate.
SFC quarter-final: Flying start sees O'Mahonys outscore SkryneAn opening quarter surge boosted O'Mahonys to a decisive SFC quarter-final win over Skryne at Pairc Tailteann on Sunday
SFC relegation: Rathkenny send Oldcastle down in Curtis' last gameRathkenny retained their senior status for another year as they eventually overcame Oldcastle in sunny Kilmainhamwood last Saturday evening, September 13th.
SFC quarter-final: Na Fianna comeback halts SimonstownNa Fianna made a bright start to this SFC quarter final played in Trim on Saturday evening.
Meath SFC: Tones dethrone SummerhillA strong second-half showing saw Wolfe Tones relieve Summerhill of the Keegan Cup in this SFC quarter-final at Pairc Tailteann on Saturday night.
Championship Update: Holders are outChampions Summerhill were dumped out of the race by Wolfe Tones in Pairc Tailteann.
SFC q-final: 'Moores' move into last fourDonaghmore-Ashbourne fell a point in arrears in the 33rd minute, but responded to outscore Duleek-Bellewstown by 3-7 to 0-1 over the remainder of the game.
Red cards overturned on the double ahead of JFC C final replayThere was good news for St Patricks and Blackhall Gaels ahead of their Junior C Championship replay tomorrow evening in Kilbride.
Junior B meets Intermediate in the Div 4 Final.The second of the All County A League finals takes place this Saturday with Junior B side St Marys taking on Longwood from the intermediate championship in Bective.
Dunshaughlin GAA weekend club notesSummer is over, the late late is back and so is the over 35s general fitness sessions with James Gibbons from Meath fitness
U17FL1 semi: O'Donnell hattrick for Don/AshDonaghmore Ashbourne reached the final of the U17 Division 1 league with a strong performance against Summerhill on Tuesday night.
SFC: Battle for semi final places this weekendThe first of the hoganstand Meath SFC quarter finals goes ahead this Friday. One of the favourites Donaghmore Ashbourne take on Duleek Bellewstown.
Clane GAA Annual CycleClane GAA Annual Cycle Fundraiser
All-Ireland Kick Fada in BrayBray Emmets will host the All-Ireland Kick Fada competition on Saturday, September 13th.
Kilmessan camogie NewsWith the winners meeting Ratoath in a semi- final in two weeks time and the losers facing Trim in a semi-final in four days time
Hurling semi-final fixtures announcedSunday 28 September is D-Day in the senior and intermediate hurling championships with the finalists in both competitions set to be decided.
Meath Under 14's take on the LilysMeath Under 14 Development squad take on Kildare in a series of friendly games this Sunday in Dunganny
Camogie: Dunboyne lose unbeaten tagDunboyne senior camogiers lost their unbeaten tag in this years championship, by a comprehensive loss to reigning champions Kilmessan.
Camogie: Trim secure semi spotTrim's Senior Camogie team booked their spot in the last 4 of the Meath Senior Camogie Championship
U4 HC: Ratoath defeat Kildalkey againIn a repeat of the u14 Final played back in June, this game was nip and tuck as expected. Another mighty shift from the Ratoath lads saw them through to the semi-final, but only just.

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We need to play more defensively
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