Toolbar Menu Menu
Seneschalstown GFC NotesThis weeks lotto numbers are: 1, 2, 11, 22
Club fixtures (updated 6 October)All the upcoming games in the county.
JFC semi-final: Curraha win thriller after extra timeCurraha qualified for the final of the Junior Championship after a hard fought 'gritty' display against favourites Bective in Simonstown on Friday night.
U21 B: Winning start for Drumconrath Meath HillDrumconrath Meath Hill came out on top in this U21 Championship game in Sean Newman Pairc which was a re match of the same fixture last year on Sunday morning with this hard fought narrow win over a game Longwood side.
St Mary's host inaugural Anthony (Bevis) Doonan Memorial CupSt Mary's Park Donore hosted the inaugural Anthony (Bevis) Doonan Memorial Cup on Saturday September 19th between St Mary's GFC and Duleek /Bellewstown GFC, with all proceeds on the night going to SOSAD.
Ladies U13: Furze Girls remain unbeatenThe Furze Girls continued on their journey of remaining unbeaten in this Division in the Autumn league with another dominant and determined display.
Ladies U15: Resounding victory SeneschalstownAfter the success of the Girls U-9 Blitz earlier in the day, it was the turn of the Girls U-15's to keep the flag flying for the club and that was achieved in style with a resounding victory over Navan O'Mahonys in the Div. 2 Championship.
MFC: Michaels see off Navan in extra timeIt took 87 minutes of end to end football to find a winner to this very entertaining second round MFC match in Carlanstown
Ladies JFC B Final: Boardsmill and Ballivor to meet againA tight, tense and competitive Junior B Final saw local rivals Boardsmill and Ballivor end all square in Bective.
GAA tweets of the weekAfter the highs of the inter-county season, club action is taking centre stage across the country...
Kilmessan Hurling Club notesPadraic Curtis & Joey Horan Annual Puc Fada
What they said ... the weekend in quotes"Galway didn't deliver when the pressure came on. Blaming the manager is a pathetic cop-out."
County Board meeting postponedAs a mark of respect to the late Theresa Mullery, wife of Meath Co Board Assistant Treasurer Jim, who passed away today the meeting of Coiste Contae na Mí scheduled for Dunganny on Mon. 5th Oct. has been postponed for a week.
IFC final: Ratoath prove their worthRatoath proved too strong for Nobber in the Meade Potato Company IFC final at Pairc Tailteann on Sunday afternnoon.
SFC semi-final: Holders hold off spirited DunboyneOn Sunday at Pairc Tailteann a superior scoring spread saw O'Mahonys fend off spirited Dunboyne in the second SFC semi-final
Camogie: Na Fianna U16's are championsA big congratulations to the Na Fianna U16 Girls who defeated Ratoath last Saturday in Kilmessan.
JFC semi final: Dunsany squeeze into finalA Declan Smyth point in the 61st minute of the contest was enough to book Dunsany's place in the Junior A Final in two weeks time.
MHC 2 final: O Donnchadha leads way as Clann na nGael prevailEamon O Donnchadha scooped scoring honours as Clann na nGael claimed the MHC Division 2 title on Sunday when outscoring O'Mahonys at Pairc Tailteann early on Sunday afternoon.
2016 championship draws next weekThe dust has barely settled on this year's championships and already thoughts are beginning to turn to next year's campaign.
SFC semi-final: Impressive Na Fianna reach second final in three yearsNa Fianna won the one that counted most when outscoring Gaeil Colmcille the first SFC semi-final at Pairc Tailteann on Saturday evening.
JFC B final: Junior 'double' for SeneschalstownSeneschalstown claimed the Seamus Connolly Catering JFC B title with a convincing win over St Vincent's at Pairc Tailteann on Saturday afternoon.
BFL1 final: Donaghmore Ashbourne finish year with silverwareDonaghmore Ashbourne's second team finished off their 2016 season with silverware as they captured the Division 1B league title with a hard earned victory against Simonstown Gaels in Duleek on Friday night.
MFC: NMG send Ratoath packingFriday Night and Minor Football Championship in its rightful place with U18's from all over the County battling hard to progress their Club one more step.
IFC final preview: Ratoath and Nobber go head-to-headAnd then there were two. Ratoath and Nobber go into battle this coming Sunday for the right to be crowned Meade Potato Co Intermediate Football Champions 2015.
Dunshaughlin GAA weekend club notesDunshaughlin GAA Club will launch its history of GAA in the parish on Saturday 10th October at the Black Bush Golf club. The event begins at 7.30 p.m.
Camogie: Soaring Star for Jane DolanMeath's Jane Dolan has picked up and Intermediate Camogie Soaring Star Award.
Ballinabrackey Boxing event against BallyforeThe Bracks will be taking on their Offaly neighbours Ballyfore Gfc In THE BATTLE OF THE BALLY BOYS on October 25th in the Rapture Night Club Venue In Johnstownbridge Co Kildare.
Seneschalstown GFC NotesFor many years now the club has been in need of a second playing pitch to cater for the large numbers of players we have lining out each year.
Football rankings: Dominant Dubs reclaim top spotAs the dust settles on the 2015 All-Ireland SFC, we update our football rankings and (surprise, surprise!) All-Ireland champions Dublin take over in pole position...
GPA unveils football structure proposalsThe GPA has unveiled its football competitions proposal which has been submitted to the GAA as part of the Association's competition structures review.
Morris to referee Meath SHC finalBlackhall Gaels clubman Richard Morris will referee this year's Meath SHC final.
Hats, scarves and headbandsFor the first time in Ratoath GAA history our Gaelic Football team contest the Meath Intermediate Championship final.
New gear for SeneschalstownAhead of Saturday's Seamus Connolly Catering Meath Junior B Football Championship Final Seneschalstown's team have received tops which have been generously sponsored by Oldbridge Kitchens.
Eleven Dubs up for All Stars as Cluxton and Flynn miss outUnsurprisingly, All-Ireland champions Dublin dominate the GAA/GPA All Stars shortlist will 11 nominations.
HS Meath hurling team of the weekAfter a big weekend for Meath club hurling we pick our best performers.
Leinster U21 and minor championship draws for 2016The draws for the 2016 Leinster U21, minor and intermediate championships in football and hurling took place tonight.
Hurling rankings: Kilkenny are Top CatsKilkenny continue to rule the hurling landscape...
Launch of Dunshaughlin GAA HistoryThe book, Black and Amber: A History of the GAA in the Parish of Dunshaughlin 1886-2014 runs to 700 pages with 500 photographs.
Drumree GAA Lotto Results & Latest NewsJunior Camogie Championship Final this Sunday in Kiltale at 1pm.
Ladies SFC final replay: Ultans take title after enthralling battleSt Ultans were crowned Meath Ladies Senior Football Championship winners after an enthralling battle with Oldcastle at Carlanstown last night.
U15 FL: Points for RatoathRatoath claimed the full points over neighbours St Vincents\Curraha in the second round of the u15 football league
Royal blow as Bray retiresMeath's attacking talisman Stephen Bray has retired from intercounty football.
Seneschalstown GFC Lotto ResultsThis weeks lotto numbers are: 8, 9, 16, 27
IHC Semi Final: O'Kelly Lynch seals final place for TonesA goal with the last play of the game from Eanna O'Kelly Lynch was enough to send Wolfe Tones through to the Meath IHC final.
Six moments of brilliance in the 2015 football championshipNow that the dust has settled on the 2015 football championship, we look back at six standout moments in what was an brilliant year of football action.
MFC Div 2: Jenkinstown goals prove a bridge too far for the home sideSt Vincent's/Curraha hosted Jenkinstown Gaels for this 2nd round Minor Championship game played in perfect conditions
MFC: Simonstown stun Wolfe TonesThe comebacks of all comebacks as Simonstown send league champions Wolfe Tones crashing out of the minor football championship,
Camogie: Kilmessan to take on Dunboyne in the finalDespite the scoreline Kilmessan were made to fight for their victory with Na Fianna prepared to battle for every ball.
Championship tweets: "All Ireland Title Number 10!"The Rebelettes maintained their vice-like grip on the Brendan Martin Cup at Croke Park yesterday...
What they said ... the weekend in quotes"I'm very proud, and just relieved."