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The week's club results updateThe week's club results update
JFCB: Walterstown defeated by NobberWalterstown got the worst possible start conceding a goal from a high ball kicked into the square which caused confusion between the goalie and J Farrelly
JFC: Bective slump to SimonstownBective's hopes of bridging a 17-year gap since our last championship honours took a blow when Simonstown ran out eight-point winners in the Group C opener at Kilberry on Saturday.
U16 Ladies: Leinster final place securedMeath reached the Leinster A final after a hard fought victory over a competitive Kildare outfit in sunny Walterstown on Saturday.
SFC: Hoops hammer DunshaughlinTwenty-five points separated the sides at Pairc Tailteann where as Navan O'Mahonys overpowered Dunshaughlin in this hoganstand.com SFC Group B round two fixture on Saturday evening.
Leinster MFC: Rowe rules as Royals rout WicklowDaire Rowe led the way as Meath powered to a triple scores Electric Ireland Leinster MFC first round win over Wicklow at Pairc Tailteann on Saturday afternoon.
Leinster MFC round-upThere were wins for Kildare, Meath, Wexford and Offaly in today's other Leinster MFC games.
Dunshaughlin Weekend Club NotesAnnual Dunshaughlin GAA Easter Camp at the Club Grounds
U16: First defeat for SummerhillSummerhill suffered their first defeat of the Under Division 2 League at home to Wolfe Tones on Tuesday evening.
U16: St. Oliver's defeat SeneschalstownSeneschalstown travelled to Moylagh on Tuesday evening last to take on St. Oliver's in their Round 3 fixture of the U-16 Spring League.
Video: trailer for documentary on refereesSee a glimpse of the upcoming documentary on referees which features David Coldrick and Barry Kelly.
Team news: Harnan to captain Royal minorsMeath minor manager Eoin Carroll has unveiled his starting 15 for tomorrow's Leinster MFC opener against Wicklow.
Murphy relishing Royal testPaul Murphy is looking forward to bringing his Wicklow minors to Navan this weekend.
Cooney Schools Cup ResultsBilled as one of the games of Round 3, both sides have real ambitions in this years Cooney Cup with both top of the Group B Table.
First Under 14 Development football squad namedMeath Under 14 football team Development managers Eamonn Barry and Greg Carry have named there first squad of the year. The squad travels to Trinity Gaels club in Dublin to take on Westmeath and Dublin on Saturday 19th April.
U14 16 Leinster Ladies fixturesConfirmed fixture for U14 and 16 championship!
Club fixtures (updated 17 April)All the upcoming games in the county.
Meath Under 15 squads named for Leinster BlitzMeath Under 15's travel to Portmarnock and UCD Belfield to take on Offaly and Westmeath this Saturday
Gaelic Football Scholarship ProgrammeThe University of Ulster is pleased to announce that once again it will be offering Postgraduate Gaelic Football Scholarships for the 2014 / 2015 season.
Neil Halpin RIPIt is with great sadness that Dunshaughlin GAA Club learns of the passing of its former Chairman, Neil Halpin RIP.
Meath Under 14 Regional Blitz tonightThe following is a list of players requested to attend.
JFC B: Trim's strength is the key against Don/AshDonaghmore Ashbourne's third string side lost their opening Junior B championship game to Trim's second team in Skryne on Tuesday evening.
U16FL2: Big win for Wolfe TonesThe opening 10 minutes were very even with both teams struggling to find any fluency in the breezy conditions.
Drumree GAA Latest NewsOn Saturday the 17th of May, Drumree and Dunshaughlin GAA clubs will be hosting a "Strictly Come Dancing" Event in the Knightsbrook Hotel in Trim.
Clubs to share in concert cash bonanzaGAA clubs are to share in a €500,000 windfall from the eight concerts scheduled for Croke Park this year.
Its our first hoganstand.com/Meath team of the week for 2014A great start to the Meath club championship, plenty of upsets and high scoring games. We managed to pick our best XV from the opening round.
Duffy: Sky deal for "members outside Ireland"Director General Páraic Duffy says the GAA's Sky TV deal is for Irish people abroad first and foremost.
Seneschalstown GAA Lotto and NewsThe Senior Ladies good form continued last week when they recorded victories in the Feis Cup and the League.
Dunshaughlin GAA Lotto and newsLast weekend seen the First Round of the Championship begin in Meath with both our Senior and Junior teams in action.
Dunsany Easter Saturday CycleAfter the success of last year's Cycle Dunsany are again hosting their Easter Saturday Cycle.
Kilmainhamwood Lotto results and newsKilmainhamwood GFC weekly lotto draw took place in Keogans on Monday 14th April 2014 at 9pm where the jackpot was €9,100
SFC: Moynalvey lose out to late Don/Ash surgeMoynalvey were edged out by Donaghmore/Ashbourne in front of a large crowd at the well presented Dunsany pitch in the first round of the 2014 Hoganstand.com Senior Football Championship on Sunday afternoon April 13th.
SFC: Blackhall comeback sees off OldcastleThe notorious Trim breeze did little in the way of favors for Oldcastle when they were put to the sword by Blackhall Gaels who turned in a strong second half performance on Saturday night in the first round of the Hoganstand.com Meath Senior Championship.
SFC: Rathkenny start with win against Pat'sRathkenny started off their 2014 Meath HoganStand.com Senior Championship campaign with a hard fought ten point win over St Patricks Stamullen in blustery Seneschalstown last Sunday afternoon, April 13th.
SFC: Late bursts sees Duleek/Bellewstown topple St PetersThey say that the most important time to be in front is at the final whistle and so it proved as Duleek Bellewstown upset most of the pre-match predictions by claiming the spoils against St Peters' Dunboyne with a late scoring burst.
IFC: Syddan pegged back by NobberNobber scored the last three points to force a draw with neighbours Syddan in an exciting IFC tie at Drumconrath.
IFC: Excellent start tor RatoathRatoath got their championship campaign off to an excellent start with a 12 point win over St Ultan's in this Sunday afternoon fixture
U16: St Cuthbert's leave it lateRatoath started very strong with great team play and were dominant for the first 15 minutes but then St Cuthberts team spirit started to show.
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U14 FL: 13 goals in Donore as St Marys beat St MichaelsSt. Michaels made the long trip to Donore this evening for this semi-final clash with St. Marys, unfortunately they had to return home disappointed after a very one sided contest.
U16 FL: St Michaels hold onSt. Michaels thought the referee would never blow the final whistle in this match in Carlanstown on Saturday afternoon last as they hung on for dear life as visitors St. Peters Dunboyne whittled away their 5 point lead to just a single point in the third minute of injury time.
JFC B: Mary's impress against DunderrySt Marys headed to Bective last evening to play their first Championship match of 2014, memories of a litany of wides in last year's semi-final defeat to Boardsmill still fresh in the mind. Four league wins on the bounce would count for nothing now.
Successful blitz for under 16 hurlersMeath U16 Hurler's under manager John Delaney had a very successful Leinster Blitz day in Ferns, Wexford.
A word of thanks from the ladiesPeople all across County Meath joined together on Saturday to raise money for Meath Ladies football by taking part in a sponsored walk.
New sponsorship for Under 14 ladies football teamDr. Geraldine Honan of Bridge View Dental, 3 Mellows Terrace, Navan is delighted to be one of Sponsors for Meath U14 ladies.
U14: late goals seal title for MoynalveyIn an exciting and highly entertaining U-14 final played in Simonstownon Saturday evening April 12th late goals from Ciaran Harnan and Paul Corcoran turned the game in Moynalvey's favour.
Leinster MHC fixturesAll the upcoming games in the Leinster minor hurling championship.
Leinster MFC fixturesAll the games in the Leinster minor football championship this weekend.
JFCB: Slane draw with TonesThe opening few minutes of this game set the tone for the entire match with fast paced, end to end football that saw both teams spurn early chances.
JFC: Curraha at a canterAlthough these two teams drew in the League a few weeks back, there was only ever going to be one winner here and that was Curraha who performed exceptionally well in perfect conditions in Ratoath.