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IFC: Castletown advance to quarter finalCastletown advanced to the quarter final of the Meath intermediate football championship with this 11 point win over Kilmainham at Moynalty.
IFC: Dunderry maintain 100% record at Michaels expenseAll that was on offer in sunny Kilmainham on Saturday evening last for St. Michaels was pride and even that couldn't help them to register a victory over an already qualified Dunderry side.
JFC B: Semi final place for VincentsThis time last year, St Marys and St Vincents met on a windy day in Duleek with the Donore side coming out on top. The two sides met again at the same stage of the championship in Stamullen
IFC: Syddan lose but still qualifyDespite suffering their first loss of the campaign Syddan still went through to the knockout stages of the IFC as group winners following this bruising encounter at Carlanstown last Sunday.
Ladies: Joy and heartbreak for Boardsmill Juniors and SeniorsBoardsmill was the place to be on Saturday Night and Sunday afternoon where their Junior and senior teams competed in their respective championship semi-finals.
Castletown GFC club notesCastletown GFC Blotto Results for 29/8/2014 were 8 15 26 27 .
SFC: Na Fianna pip Rathkenny to advanceNa Fianna earned a hard fought win over a gallant Rathkenny side in Dunshaughlin on Saturday to set up a quarter final showdown with Simonstown.
JFC: Simonstown surprise DrumconrathSimonstown's Charlie McNulty opened the scoring with a point in this JFC quarter final played at noon in Castletown on Sunday.
IFC: defeat for Don/Ash but status secureDespite this one point defeat against table toppers Ballivor the Donaghmore Ashbourne second team preserve their Intermediate status for next season.
Club fixtures (updated 1 September)All the upcoming games in the county.
Championship Round Up: This evenings resultsIt was all to play for in Group A of the Meath SFC this evening.
IFC: Plenty of twists in Group BGroup B of the Intermediate football championship provide all the excitement as the results of the midday games came in.
SFC: Tones complete Group A with 100% win recordWolfe Tones completed their Group A campaign with an easy win over Blackhall Gaels at Pairc Tailteann
SFC: O'Rourke goal crucial for SkryneA goal after fourteen minutes, from Meath goalkeeper Paddy O'Rourke, was the crucial score in this final match of the group 1 Senior football championship
IFC: Trim have four to spareGroup B of the Intermediate football championship was delicately balanced on Sunday morning last as three teams were vying for third place on a route into a preliminary quarter final.
SFC: Summerhill advanceSummerhill produced a highly efficient display when they needed it most to beat Moynalvey and advance to a preliminary quarter-final.
U17: Bru na Boinne by the minimumAfter such a game as this U17 game played in Enfield on Thurs night, the first thing that must be recognised is the outstanding efforts of the Na Fianna U17 team and their mentors
Joe and Marty get a soakingCroke Park wasn't just the scene of a famous Donegal victory today.
What the players are saying about Donegal on twitterMany current and past players took to twitter after Donegal's famous victory over Dublin to salute Jim McGuinness and his players.
JFC: Dunboyne stun Curraha to reach last fourSt. Peters Dunboyne this evening gained an impressive 12 point victory over Curraha in the Junior A Quarter Final played in perfect conditions in Ratoath.
SFC: Donaghmore-Ashbourne top Group C as St Pat's exitDonaghmore-Ashbourne maintained their 100% win record in the SFC Group C with this narrow win over St Patrick's at Pairc Tailteann on Saturday evening.
JFC D final: Ryan leads way as Clann na nGael prevail over BallinloughAaron Ryan scooped the scoring honours as Clann na nGael saw off Ballinlough in the JFC D final at Pairc Tailteann on Saturday night
Saturday's Championship Round UpReigning champions Summerhill set up a preliminary quarter final with Seneschalstown.
JFC C Final: Red cards ruin decider.Blackhall Gaels and St Patricks will have to do it all over again in the Meath Junior C football championship final after playing out an exciting draw at Pairc Tailteann.
SFC: Comfortable win for SeneschalstownA very busy weekend for the club got off to the brightest possible start for Seneschalstown on Friday evening when they had a surprisingly comfortable victory
SFC: O'Mahonys win secures second spot in Group BNavan O'Mahonys outscored Walterstown in this round five fixture at a windy Simonstown on Friday evening to secure second spot in the SFC Group B.
JFC B: Moynalvey no match for TonesMoynalvey slumped to a heavy eighteen point defeat at the hands of Wolfe Tones in this Junior 'B' Championship Preliminary Quarter Final played at Skryne on Thursday night last August 28th.
SFC: Simonstown hauled back by DunshaughlinSimonstown Gaels asserted early on in this final Group B encounter played in Ashbourne on Friday night.
Championship Round Up: Group B sorted.Group B of the Meath senior football championship has been sorted.
U17: Summerhill reach semi-finalSummerhill will face Donaghmore/Ashbourne in the semi-final of the Under 17 League Division 1 after comfortably beating Navan O'Mahony's away on Wednesday.
Draws for the MFC to take place on MondayThe draw for 1st round of LMFM sponsored Minor Football Championship will take place at the County Committee meeting in Summerhill on Monday night 1st September.
Bective GFC - Drive In BingoBective GFC's Drive In Bingo takes place Sunday August 31st, at Club Grounds Cannistown, Navan. First Game 3.30 pm.
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GAA "aiming to build Dublin as a venue for American football"If the GAA has its way, American football matches in Croke Park will soon be a regular thing.
U17: Seneschalstown qualify, justAfter conceding four goals and nine points in their last match of the round robin series Seneschalstown's U-17 team hit that exact score on Thursday evening
Navan O'Mahonys Family Fun DayThere will be a family fun day fundraiser in Navan O'Mahonys on Sunday 31st of August from 12 - 3
U16 SL: Late goals land title for SimonstownSimonstown claimed the Meath Under 16 Division 3 Summer League title in dramatic fashion with a two point wind over Ballivor at a windy Pairc Tailteann last night.
Camogie: Na Fianna narrowly lose to DunboyneHistory would have led you to believe this game was over before it started and this was certainly not the case.
Competition: win two All-Ireland hurling final ticketsWe have two tickets to give away for the All-Ireland hurling finals on Sunday 7 September.
Men on the Move Information Nights a huge successMeath Local Sports Partnership in association with the HSE organised information nights in Laytown/Bettystown, Dunshaughlin and Kiltale earlier this week to kick start the Men on the Move Project and they proved to be a great success.
Mixed fortunes for Trim Camogie ClubTrim Junior Camogie team's run in the Junior Camogie Championship came to an end on Monday 18th August
Drumree GAA Latest NewsDrumree GAA are hosting a Sponsored Cycle to Mullingar on Saturday October 18th.
Ladies: Moynalvey too good for ClanIt took until the last round of the intermediate championship for Moynalvey to notch up their first winning points of the championship.
Club hurling team of the weekThe group stages are over. Reigning champions Kilmessan make the knockout stages and are joined by Kiltale, Trim, Longwood, Dunboyne and Kildalkey. The intermediate is also down to the last six. Are a great weekend of games we pick our best XV.
Hurling quarter-final fixtures releasedSaturday 6 September is the start of a weekend full of knockout hurling matches in the senior, intermediate and junior hurling club championships.
Under 14 Development Football squadCoaching has been switched from Wednesday to next Sunday
Camogie: Kilmessan power to victoryBlackhall Gaels had no answer to Kilmessan's firepower in this 6th round championship tie.
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IHC: Kilskyre reach knock-out stagesKilskyre move into the knockout stages of the Intermediate Hurling Championship after a comfortable win over Kilmessan in Trim on Sunday morning.
Championships: Now it gets interestingThe last round of the group stages take place this weekend in the senior football championship and the intermediate championship.

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