Alan Forde's season could be over after he suffered suspected cruciate ligament damage during Meath's win over Fermanagh yesterday.
Continuing its ongoing commitment to champion Minor hurlers and footballers, Electric Ireland has today launched the Electric Ireland GAA Minor Star Awards.
The venues for next Sunday's Allianz Hurling League Division 1 quarter-finals have been confirmed.
Ballivor must be absolutely sick of the sight of Cortown. It's now 5 wins in a row for Cortown over the boys in maroon in the last 4 years in all competitions
Trim travelled to Ballinacree to play the local side in the fourth round of football A League on Sunday morning.
Peter Farrell hit an impressive 1-12 as Meath got the better of Wicklow (3-23 to 1-16) in this dress rehearsal for the Allianz HL Division 2B decider at Ratoath yesterday.
Kilbride U17s showed that the football manufacturing line is very healthy in the club with this very impressive win against Simonstown Gaels.
The record breaking Dubs were 'different gravy' in Croker on Saturday evening...
Meath started the day in fourth position and needed to secure at least three points to have any chance of a semi final place.
This is what football is all about. The Meath and Dublin teams served up a brilliant game of football worthy of any occasion
After the disappointment of falling short against Dublin in the first round it didn't take the Meath U16s long to put all that to the back of their minds and put on a fabulous display of football.
"We said from the start we'd keep everything in context. It's still the league, we did well in the Munster league, that's over, we're second in the league, that's satisfying. The nature of the victory was good."
Duleek/Bellewstown entertained Skryne in this Div 2A league clash in a floodlit Duleek on Saturday night.
Carnaross and Kilmainham served up a real war of attrition fought in idyllic conditions early on Sunday morning.
Ratoath ran out comfortable winners of division 2 round 4 football league game played in Ballinlough last Saturday evening.
In what was a repeat of last years Junior Football Championship final Bective suffered their first defeat in this years league campaign.
In a tough physical encounter Wolfe Tones snatched a win in the final minute after overcoming a 3 point deficit
Na Fianna picked up a valuable home win that sees them move to joint second in the league.
With five minutes left it did not look like the Woods day as they were six points behind and down to 14 men, but an astonishing come back left the Vincent's needing a last-second equaliser.
Castletown went down to local rivals Syddan in a competitive match played under lights on Saturday night in Castletown.
"Maybe when the players finish their careers they might look back and they might take something from it. But, you know, games that they've performed in like this one it's now in the past."
Simonstown Gaels suffered their first loss in the A league division 1 to St Patrick's.
Oldcastle win at home for the second time this campaign with a hard fought win against a resilient St.Ultans played in perfect conditions last Friday night in Millbrook.
An injury time point from scorer in chief Brian Farrell snatched a draw Nobber in this tough exciting match at Nobber on Saturday evening.
Donaghmore/Ashbourne maintained their unbeaten start to the season with a comprehensive win against Moynalvey.
Curraha looked to be heading home from sunny Dunganny with a brace of points this Sunday morning when they led by the minimum as the game ticked deep into injury time.
Moynalty made the trip to Boardsmill for this round 4 football league clash played in ideal conditions.
After a first round loss to Cortown Kilbride has bounced back and made it three wins in a row in a sunny Kilbride on Saturday evening.
Moynalty/Carnaross played St Michael's/Nobber in U17 Division 4 Football League on Friday evening in Carlanstown.
Drumconrath had things pretty much their own way as they travelled the lenght of the County for this A League game against St Pauls at Pace.
All the upcoming games in the county.
Meath maintained their bid for an Allianz NFL Division 2 final spot with an emphatic win over Fermanagh at Pairc Tailteann on Sunday afternoon.