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Dunshaughlin GAA club notesThe numbers drawn in the Dunshaughlin GAA were 5,16,17 & 19 and there was no Jackpot winner
Drumree club notesWIN €5,600 !!!! This week's jackpot now heads for €5,600 after there was no jackpot winner, however we did have 3 match 3''s
Seneschalstown Lotto resultsThis weeks lotto numbers are: 8, 9, 20, 27
Club fixtures (updated 29 September)All the upcoming games in the county.
U13: Ratoath come through entertaining affair!Beautiful weather greeted all the spectators and players for this key game in the Under 13 Division championship.
IHC semi-final: Dunderry stun Ratoath with late goalDunderry snatched victory in this exciting Intermediate hurling semi final against Ratoath in Trim played in warm conditions on Sunday morning.
U15FL: Tones hit seven goalsA five goal scoring spree in the second quarter gave Tones the platform for a convincing win in perfect conditions in Gibbstown.
SHC semi-final: Kiltale rally reels in KildalkeyWith Jack Regan leading the way Kiltale conjured up a strong rally in the final third of this Ted Murtagh SHC semi-final on Sunday afternoon at Pairc Taileann
SHC semi-final: Trim triumph over DunboyneTrim overcame numerial disadvantage and the concession of the game's only goal to defeat Dunboyne in an exciting Ted Murtagh SHC semi-final at Pairc Tailteann on Sunday.
JFC B final: Sheppard goal sees Wolfe Tones claim titleAfter 50 minutes of this entertaining contest Seneschalstown led by the narrowest of margins on a score line of 1-09 to 0-10.
JHC final: O'Flaherty's goal sees Pat's prevail in dramatic finaleSt Patrick's struck late to claim to the David Grey Catering sponsored JHC final as Neil O'Flaherty's injury-time goal saw them overcome Kildalkey after a close contest at Pairc Tailteann
This day 15 years agoWhat a day - Sunday September 26th 1999. Meath were crowned All-Ireland Senior Football Champions.
M Donnelly 60x30 Senior Doubles FinalThis years M Donnelly All-Ireland 60x30 Men's Doubles Final has been whetting the appetite of handball
Dunshaughlin GAA weekend NotesThe U 13s are away to Dunboyne tonight and both our U 15 teams are fixed to play away on Saturday afternoon.
Under 14 Development football squad trainingThe following list of players that have been requested to attend Navan O'Mahonys training pitch for coaching on Sunday 28th of September.
Meath well represented on Ladies DayWhile the Meath team will be disappointed not to have made an impact in this year's championship the Royals have plenty of representation on ladies All-Ireland final day.
Launch event for Curraha Strictly Come DancingCurraha GAA Club are hosting a launch night for their upcoming Strictly Come Dancing Event.
Meath U13 Royal Stars Football Programme in SimonstownMeath U13 Royal Stars Football Programme in Simonstown this week
Barry and O'Shea recommended for U21 and minor football jobsThe Meath management committee have recommended for ratification to the County Board that Simonstown's Sean Barry and Denis O'Shea of Moynalvey be appointed as U21 and minor football manager respectively for 2015.
U14: Ratoath pipped for final placeRatoath played into a strong breeze in the first half and were well incontention at half time with a Shane McGoldrick
Carnaross GFC Golf ClassicCarnaross GFC's 18th Annual Golf Classic takes place this Saturday 27th September at Delvin Castle Golf Club.
Club Football Team of the WeekSeneschalstown claimed their 8th Feis Cup title, Ballinabrackey knockout another favourite and will meet Ballinlough in the Intermediate decider while Kilmainham keep their intermediate status at the expense of Carnaross. We pick our best XV from the weekend gone by.
Seneschalstown: Feis Cup glory, Ciaran Macken and that Junior B final.Our Senior team won their eighth ever Feis Cup last Friday when they defeated St. Peter's Dunboyne by one point after an epic encounter.
Ratoath All Ireland 7'sIt wasn't just in Croke Park that Kerry footballers emerged with the honours at the weekend as the 10 players, representing An Gaeltacht, won the The All Ireland Football 7's for Intermediate clubs in Ratoath.
St. Pats Stamullen club notesHaving seen honours even in Pairc Tailteann in the previous game with Blackhall Gaels this match went to a replay
Drumree GAA Latest NewsMassive game for our hurlers who are one step away from the final. We would ask all members to come along to Trim on Sunday & give the lads support.
Kilmessan Puc Fada October 26thThe annual Kilmessan Puc Fada takes palce on Sunday Ocyober 26th. It promises to be, as usual, a great days entertainment.
U15: Ratoath overcome 'Hill challengeThe Ratoath and Summerhill squads served up a very entertaining game on Monday night in Division 1 of the Under 15 championship.
Dunshaughlin GAA Lotto and newsOur annual golf classic will be taking place in Rathcore golf course on Friday the 26th of September.
Upcoming coaching coursesPlease take note of our upcoming coaching courses, in particular the Foundation Course on 1st October, and pass this information to relevant people in your club.
Ballinlough GFC host Strictly Come DancingBallinlough GFC host Strictly Come Dancing 2014 in the Headfort Arms on Sun 26th October.
Camogie: Kilmessan advance to the finalKilmessan booked their place into this years final with a comprehensive victory over first time ever senior semi-finalists Ratoath.
Ratoath club notesWith the footballers knocked out its now the turn of the Intermediate hurlers to try to win their semi final
Camogie: Dunboyne claim final spotDunboyne and Trim had met 7 days earlier and after extra time, there was still no splitting these teams.
New training gear for SeneschalstownAhead of the upcoming Meath Junior B Football Championship Final MLP Groundworks have sponsored training gear for the team.
Fixtures for IFC, JFC finals and senior semi-finals announcedThe fourth and fifth of October will see the winners of the junior and intermediate football championships decided.
HS football team of the weekAs Kerry supporters prepare to welcome Sam Maguire 'home', here's our team of the week ...
IFC: Ballinabrackey book final spot14-man Ballinabrackey emerged deserving winners of this hard fought Meade Potato Co IFC semi-final played in Trim.
IFC: Kilmainham survive Carnaross drop down.There was disappointment for Carnaross who failed to retain their Intermediate status following a seven point defeat to neighbours Kilmainham and they now return to the Junior grade after 23 years.
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MFC: Winning start for SummerhillSummerhill got their bid for a first MFC Division 1 title in nine years off to a winning start against Donaghmore/Ashbourne in Summerhill on Saturday evening.
MFC: Easy for SeneschalstownOn a glorious sunny evening with perfect conditions for playing football Seneschalstown Minors got off to a winning start in the Championship
U13 Girls: 'Town overcome 'HillSeneschalstown overcame Summerhill in this Division 2, Round 4 clash played in Summerhill. The scoreline might suggest a very one sided game but the winners had to work hard for this victory.
Football top scorers: two-in-a-row for O'ConnorMayo's Cillian O'Connor has finished as the top scoring footballer in the championship for the second season running.
BFL Div 6: Moynalty win first silverware at Pairc TailteannMoynalty finally collected their first ever piece of silverware in Pairc Tailteann with a 6 point win over Boardsmill in the B League Division 6 decider.
Gaeilcolmcille club notesGaeilcolmcille lotto no's drawn n 1,6,19, and 20. four match 3 s James Dorrigan, Brendan Meehan,Chloe Duffy, and Oonagh Duffy. next weeks jackpot 5,100eu
IFC: Its Ballinabrackey and BallinloughBallinabrackey qualified for the Intermediate Football Championship final with a one point win over Ratoath at Lomans Park Trim.
IFC semi final: Treble on the cards for BallinloughBallinlough withheld a late Castletown rally to earn a two point win in a memorable intermediate semi-final in Pairc Tailteann on Saturday evening.
Intermediate Football Championship Round UpTwo big games in the Intermediate Football Championship this evening in Pairc Tailteann.
MFC: Simonstown reeled back in by DunshaughlinSimonstown's minor team asserted early on in this MFC first round tie played in damp conditions in Simonstown on Friday night.

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