This game was a rematch of the thrilling SFC quater final which took place on the 10th of September 2016.
Hosts Navan O'Mahonys eased to a FL Division 1 opening round win over promoted Rathkenny on Saturday night.
The Wood took three points to one lead early on with some exquisite points from Steven Kiernan and David Russell.
It has been a difficult start to the season for Skryne mainly because there are ten players missing for one reason or another from the team that reached last years Championship semi-final.
Ahead of the 2017 Deep RiverRock Belfast City Marathon, two Ulster GAA stars are lending their support to Mencap and calling on fans to support the official charity of the event.
Simonstown Gaels will host their Registration Day for all underage teams this Saturday, February 25th, from 1pm to 4pm.
Slane opened their league campaign with a win away to Moylagh on Sunday morning.
Gaeil Colmcilles made the long journey to Blackhall Gaels back garden on Sunday to battle for the spoils in the open round of the league last Sunday.
St Ultans secured both points in Sean Newman against last year's Junior B champions St Vincents on Sunday morning with a strong second half performance.
Trim intermediate footballers commenced their 2017 A league season with an emphatic twenty two point victory over Kilmainham on Sunday morning last at St Lomans park.
Referee Alfie Devine bravely took charge of yesterday's Allianz Hurling League Division 2B tie between Meath and Derry in Navan just two days after the funeral of his brother Donal.
Mattie McCabe got his first win as Cortown manager on Saturday night as his troops saw off a stern Kilbride team in the opening round of the Division 4 campaign.
Carnaross came away with two valuable points from the opening league match of 2017. On a night when hopping the ball was a mortal sin, this was always going to be a dogfight.
Na Fianna were in fine form on Sunday morning in Seneschalstown as they claimed a well deserved opening round win in the AFL Div 1.
The winning margin probably doesn't reflect the nature of the match with result in the balance going into the last quarter when there were only a couple of points in the difference.
Underfoot conditions made football difficult and made summer football seem very far away. Considering the conditions Ballinlough were first to get on the scoreboard.
The All-Ireland Club Intermediate and Junior finals took centre stage over the weekend while 'The Ranch' pulled off an upset in the Sigerson Cup decider...
Meath Supporters Club are running a bus to Newry on Saturday next for the Allianz Football League clash against Down at Pairc Esler.
The concession of three first half goals ultimately proved crucial in Moynalvey going down to Wolfe Tones by six points in this Div. 1 Round 1 game played at Moynalvey on Sunday morning 19th February.
Duleek/Bellewstown GAA travelled to Meath Hill GAA and left with both points after a hard earned one point win.
Summerhill got off to a winning start this morning when beating Dunshaughlin in the first round of this years ACF'A' League in Dunshaughlin.
St Vincents Curraha got their u17 league campaign off to a winning start with a three-point win over neighbours Skryne on Friday evening.
Nobber got their Division 2 campaign of to a good start with this victory over newly promoted Curraha at Nobber on Saturday evening.
"I am proud of them. They worked extremely hard. There is no point getting carried away, there is a long way to go yet. But there is way more to go in this Wexford team."
St. Michaels produced a powerful second half display to overcome a battling Castletown side in this opening round of the AFL in Carlanstown on Sunday morning.
Moynalty lost to Clonard on a scoreline of 1-10 to 0-09 in this opening round game of Division 4 A League played Sunday in Clonard.
A last minute free from substitute Joanna Byrne ensured Meath got a share of the spoils in Dunganny after a 1-12 to 2-9 draw with Roscommon on Sunday afternoon.
The Brian O'Hare Cup & Shield U12 Football 9-a-side will take place at An Riocht (Down) on Saturday 6th May; Coralstown-Kinegad (Westmeath) Cup holders, Shane O'Neills (Armagh) Shield holders.
Drumconraths good start to 2017 continued on their return to Division 4 for the 1st time since promotion was gained in 2012 with this win over Boardsmill on Sunday morning.
Westport are AIB All-Ireland Club Intermediate football champions for 2017 following their 2-12 to 3-8 final victory over St Colmcille's of Meath in Croke Park today.
The remaining matches in round two of the Allianz NHL took place this afternoon.
Meath and Wicklow are leading the way after two rounds of games in Division 2B of the national hurling league.