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Club fixtures (updated 2 Aug)All the upcoming games in the county.
Kilkenny All-Ireland winner visits KiltaleKilkenny All-Ireland winner Colin Fennelly attended the Kiltale hurling summer camp this week.
U15: Impressive victories for Meath over LouthLast Saturday morning at 10.45 am the Meath U15 squad arrived in Drogheda to take on their Louth counterparts in two challenge matches.
FL Div 4: Kilbride share the spoils with local rivalsBoth teams took to the field in this final round of A League division 4 with weakened teams due to holidays and injuries. Despite this, the crowd in attendance were treated to an exciting encounter between these local rivals and referee Mick Ryan did his best to let the game flow with a "light" use of the whistle.
Autumn Go Games for U8, U9 & U10Coiste na nÓg in conjunction with Meath Coaching & Games are piloting an Autumn programme of Go Games.
U12 & U14 Hurling 7s TournamentThe Regional day will be August 8th & the Finals day will be August 15th.
FL Div 2: St Michaels sign off with a winSt. Michaels completed their 2015 league campaign with narrow one point victory over Trim in Carlanstown on Wednesday evening.
FL Div 4: promotion delight for DunsanyThe sun broke through the clouds in Dunsany for this final round FL Division 4 clash between Dunsany and Clonard on Wednesday evening. Dunsany went into the clash knowing that victory would mean promotion to Division 3 and a final date with Curraha.
Football rankings: Kerry still the kingpins but for how long?Sunday, September 20th is only seven weeks away which means we are entering the home straight in the race for Sam Maguire Cup honours. Just 10 teams are left standing, here's our latest football rankings...
FL Div 2: Walterstown come away with points in NobberFresh from winning a second successive Corn na Boinne Cup title at the weekend, Nobber played host to Walterstown last night in the final round of the FL Division 2.
FL Div 1: Blackhall left to rue missed chancesBlackhall Gaels faced their most important fixture to date last night (Wednesday) in Batterstown against a tough St. Patricks side. The Gaels badly needed a win to avoid relegation, and battled hard for the entire match. Unfortunately, St. Patrick's purple patches proved more rewarding and they came away as the deserving victors.
Odds: The Sam Maguire Cup race gets interestingFollowing on from last weekend's nine point defeat of Westmeath, Fermanagh manager Pete McGrath and his players face the "ultimate test" in Croke Park this Sunday.
FL Div 1: Seneschalstown see off Skryne to secure top-flight statusThe last game of the A League Division 1 competition saw Senchalstown come to Skryne in need of the points to retain their status and take both.
FL Div 1: Na Fianna finish campaign with a winNa Fianna welcomed Dunshaughlin to Enfield on Wednesday evening and earned a good win in a hard fought game. It was an ideal opportunity for Na Fianna to get back on track after a disappointing Feis Cup final loss on Sunday and Dunshaughlin, already assured of a place in the league final gave a good battle to the hosts.
FL Div 1: Ballinlough claim Simonstown scalpBallinlough defeated Simonstown in the all-county A league on a final score line of 2-15 v. 0-12. The home team led 1-6 v. 0-4 at half time.
Lenovo Skills Hub comes to Pairc TailteannMeath football star Graham Reilly will be the lead coach at the Lenovo GAA Skills Hub which takes place in Pairc Tailteann from Tuesday to Friday next week.
Kilmainhamwood Lotto results & newsKilmainhamwood GFC weekly lotto draw took place in Cormeen on Monday 27th July 2015 where the jackpot was €4,200
JHC: Drumree pull clear of Tones in the second halfDrumree recorded a comprehensive victory over Wolfe Tones in this round 4 Junior Hurling Championship match played in a very well turned out Athboy.
Ladies face daunting taskThe Meath Ladies seniors have the daunting task of taking on reigning All Ireland champions Cork next Bank Holiday Monday in Semple Stadium, Thurles at 3pm.
2015 Martin Donnelly All Ireland Poc FadaThe 54th running of the Poc Fada na hEireann will take place at Annaverna on the Cooley Mountains, north of Dundalk this Saturday August 1 (11.30am) where holder and ex Tipperary goalkeeper Brendan Cummins will be seeking his 9th record breaking title.
Drumree club notesNo winner of last weeks lotto jackpot of €4,400, however we did have 2 match 3 winners.
B FL Div 3: Derby delight for Cortown who oust UltansCortown claimed the points and bragging rights against near neighbours and old foes St Ultans under damp underfoot conditions but clear skies on Monday evening in Cortown.
Banty would consider Derry jobSeamus McEnaney admits he would consider succeeding Brian McIver as Derry senior football manager if approached.
Corn na Boinne Cup final: Nobber retain title with extra effortNobber retained the Corn na Boinne with a 2 point victory over neighbours Castletown in this entralling encounter at Pairc Tailteann on Saturday evening.
Dunshaughlin GAA club notesThe numbers drawn in the Dunshaughlin GAA lotto were 6,11,13 & 20 and there was no Jackpot winner. Congratulations to Ronan Gilsenan and Denis Kealy who matched 3 numbers.
B FL Div 6: All square in KilmainhamwoodKilmainhamwood and Ratoath played out an entertaining draw last Monday night, the 27th of July, played in Kilmianhamwood.
B FL Div 5: Drumconrath into finalDrumconrath qualified for the Division 5 B League Final with a win over home side Boardsmill in damp conditions on Sunday morning.
Seneschalstown GFC Lotto ResultsThis weeks lotto numbers are: 5, 7, 8, 23
JHC: Kearney leads the way for KildalkeyKildalkey took on Kilmessan in the JHC on Saturday evening at sunny Trim Kildalkey raced into a 1-10 to 0-6 lead by half time with Conor Kearney leading the scoring for the blues.
Camogie: Meath get the better of GalwayMeath were playing Galway in Loughrea on Saturday afternoon in their third round of the All Ireland Intermediate Championship
Gerry Reilly Cup tournament draws to a closeGerry Reilly U-16 FT 2015 Results (3 Finals) from the weekend.
Gerry Reilly Cup: Monaghan take the shield at the expense of MeathMonaghan's dream start made it an uphill battle for Meath's split squad in the Gerry Reilly U-16 FT Shield Final played in awful weather conditions on Sunday afternoon (26 July) in Millbrook, Oldcastle.
B FL Div 2: Impressive Summerhill surge past CillesSummerhill recorded an emphatic win in their B-League Division 2 encounter with St Colmcilles on Saturday evening in Summerhill. The home side amasses an impressive 3 goals and 24 points, all from play, over the hour.
FL Div 1: Summerhill end Dunshaughlin's unbeaten runSummerhill's good recent form continued with a win over previously unbeaten Dunshaughlin on a perfect evening for playing football on Thursday evening.
Video: Prof Hollywood Cup aims to raise cancer awarenessThe Professor Hollywood Memorial Cup is in its second year of raising funds for the cancer units in St. Lukes and St. James's hospitals.
HL Div 2 final: Drumree always in controlDrumree were crowned Division 2 Hurling League champions for 2015 after getting the better of Dunboyne in winter like conditions in Trim & can now look forward to playing Div. 1 Hurling in 2016.
HL Div 1: Kildalkey lose out to KiltaleKildalkey played kiltale in the semi final of the league and finished up on the wrong side of a 1-14 to 0-13 score line.
Championship tweets: Sheeran rules CrokerFrom the two sold out Ed Sheeran concerts at GAA headquarters to the action in Semple Stadium and Kingspan Breffni Park, there was plenty of GAA talk on Twitter over the weekend. And the Mayo footballers nailed their header challenge!
What they said ... the weekend in quotes"They know as much about serious level sport as I do about the sleeping habits of the Ayatollah."
St.Pats U6's Season Debut & Jersey PresentationThe thrill of running out in front of your mum & dad is every young juvenile GAA player's dream, running out to take part in your seasonable debut at U6's with your new jerseys is another.
Feis Cup final: Hanlon the hero as Gaeil prevail after extra timeBrian Hanlon was Gaeil Colmcille's match-winner as the Kells-side overcame Na Fianna in the Feis Cup final at Pairc Taitleann on Sunday.
Tailteann Cup final: Curraha come good in second halfCurraha claimed the Tailteann Cup for the first time when outscoring JFC rivals Bective in a keen contest in adverse weather conditions at Pairc Tailteann on Sunday afternoon.
FL Div 2: Harnan brace helps Moynalvey past TrimMoynalvey secured the two points on offer in this back fixture of the Div. 2 A League when overcoming home side Trim at St. Loman's Park on a 2-12 to 1-8 score line on Saturday evening July 25th.
B FL Div 4: Ballinlough clinch vital victory over Clann na nGaelA last minute point by Ken Rothwell sealed an important win for Ballinlough on Friday night, and ensured that they are in a strong position going into next weeks final round of B-League fixtures.
Gerry Reilly Cup: Meath emerge victorious in plate finalMeath stormed to victory over Louth in the Gerry Reilly U-16 FT Plate Final when they blitzed the Louth goal early in the second half.
SHC: Skehan secures first points for O'MahonysPaddy Skehan's stoppage time point stemmed Dunderry's rally in this exciting SHC Group B round two fixture at Athboy on Saturday evening.
U6's Game Debut & Jersey PresentationThe thrill of running out in front of your mum & dad is every young juvenile GAA player's dream, running out to take part in your seasonable debut at U6's with your new jerseys is another.
B FL Div 4: Goals win it for SimonstownSimonstown defeated Dunsany in the All-County 'B' League Div:4 on a final score line of 3-7 v. 2-8 in a game played in Dunsany.
"There were times when the team looked really spectacular"The Meath management deserve credit for their positive approach, according to Sean Boylan, but he admits they hadn't a great year.
FL Div 1: First defeat for DunshaughlinSummerhill were able to do what no other team in Meath have done this year in the league as Dunshaughlin suffered their first defeat of the year.

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