On a cold but dry Thursday evening, Summerhill Ladies lined out against table-toppers St. Michaels in the Division 2 League in Summerhill.
Curraha are unbeaten in the Meath League competition since 2014 and they got off to the perfect start in this round five encounter with a well worked goal coming from county star James McEntee.
Our Seniors got back to winning ways against St Colmcilles in the A League on Wednesday in Pilltown. This win puts the lads second in the table. Read all about it here:
Tuesday evening saw the Seniors pick up their second win of this year's League when they defeated Summerhill
All the upcoming games in the county.
Wolfe Tones came to Grangegodden looking for revenge on Gaeil Colmcille after the Kells side knocked them out of last years championship.
Ballinlough were denied a share of the spoils when Blackhall Gaels pointed in injury time in this entertaining All County League Division 2 clash in Ballinlough.
It was back to winning ways in the league for the Donore side after their disappointing loss in the 1st round of the championship.
Seneschalstown went under Skryne in this vital Div. 2 game played in good conditions in Fr Tully Park. A win for either side would progress the winners into the semi-finals but alas it wasn't to be for the Furze Girls on this occasion.
On Monday evening the 25th April the Seneschalstown U-18 girls took to the field of play in Dunganny to endeavour to reach the 2015 Division 1 Championship final.
Two goals in the opening two minutes gave Rathkenny the perfect start over St. Michaels in this division 2 match in Rathkenny last evening.
Slane made the midweek dash to Ballivor on Wednesday evening to play out a hard hitting and competitive game.
Moynalvey made the long midweek journey to North Meath a profitable one when coming away with the two points on offer
Ronan 'Bacon' Geraghty was the key man in Piltown tonight as Dunshaughlin easily saw off the challenge of St. Colmcilles in the 5th round of the AFL.
Kilmainhamwood made their second trip of the year over to Moylagh, but this time around attention turned to the 5th round of the league.
For Divisions Four and Five, the Adult Leagues are all to play for this weekend as they reach their final rounds.
Carnaross are still seeking their first A League win after another defeat away to Curraha.
Na Fianna claimed their second win in the AFL with a comprehensive win over Skryne on Wednesday evening.
Donaghmore Ashbourne mantained their 100% record in Div 1 of the A League with a 1-13 to 0-6 victory over Simonstown at Ashbourne.
Castletown went down to their third defeat from 5 games in Div 2 league with this 4 point defeat to Trim in a sunny but cold Wednesday evening.
Seneschalstown's U-14 girls adventure in Division 1 continues with aplomb after a huge battle with Na Fianna in Baconstown on Monday evening.
Following a game which never sparked to life on Monday evening in a chilly Fr. Tully Park, Seneschalstown overcame the combination of Moynalty and Carnaross...
It may have taken until Round 5 of the League but Seneschalstown finally played their first home game in the Division 1 League on Tuesday evening and following their most complete performance of the season to date they emerged victorious on what was a very cold evening in Fr. Tully Park...
Having been well on top in a first half which saw Dunderry score goals on 15 mins and 24 mins by Paddy Kennelly and Luke Martyn and the accuracy of Stephen Coogan...
St Vincents/Curraha claimed the full league points on their long trip to Ballivor to maintain their unbeaten run in this year's under 16 league.
St. Michaels hopes of a second league win were dashed by visitors Slane at Carlanstown.
The GAA has confirmed its panels of referees for the 2016 Championship in Hurling and Gaelic Football.
David Kirby sent over ten points as Na Fianna recored a comfortable win over Dunboyne.
Drumconrath travelled to Millbrook for this 5th Round of the A League's and gave the home side a right good test with a committed hours football.
Dunderry were coming off a heavy defeat from Ratoath in the last round and were looking for a confidence boosting performance.
Walterstown's promising start to the U16 League was brought to a shuddering halt by a determined Gaeil Colmcille outfit.
Kilmessan recorded good wins in the Division 2 camogie league and the opening round of the Under 16 championship last night.