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Feis Cup: Seneschalstown book final spotIn the midst of one of the most celebrated weeks in Irish Sport, the Galway Races, Seneschalstown and Summerhill
Kilbride GFC Annual Golf ClassicKilbride GFC are holding their Annual Golf Classic on Saturday 23rd August at the Royal Tara Golf Club.
Camogie: Easy for KilmessanKiltale were out to cause a major shock in the 4th round of the senior championship when they hit the back
Drumree club notesWIN €3,800 !!!! This weeks jackpot now heads for €3,800 after there was no jackpot or match 3 winners of last weeks jackpot. of €3,600. Numbers drawn were 1,6,13,17.
Club fixtures (updated 31 July)All the upcoming games in the county.
Watch: brilliant new ad sums up what county minor is all aboutEntitled This.Is.Major, the ad intends to break the mould of traditional GAA advertising and to elevate the stature and understanding of the Minor players' life through a series of scenes including training, matches, school, exams, romance and the debs.
Moyles and Grimley didn't see 'eye-to-eye'Former Meath captain Anthony Moyles says Armagh manager Paul Grimley 'loves a bit of siege mentality'.
HL2 relegation playoff: Kilmessan send Don/Ash downThe sides were level at half time - Kilmessan 1-7 Don/Ash 2-4 - before Kilmessan dominated the second half.
'There is a rule in the German army, you wait 24 hours before making a complaint'Meath manager Mick O'Dowd should have waited for the dust to settle on the Leinster SFC final before deciding whether or not to go public with details of the alleged 'bite' on Mickey Burke, according to GAA President Liam O'Neill.
Seneschalstown GFC NotesThe Senior team shared the spoils with Na Fianna on Sunday whan the two sides met in Round 12 of the A League Division 1.
AFL2: Nobber win derby to stay in promotion huntNobber turned in a powerful performance to defeat Castletown in this crucial League match and in doing so gave themselves an outside chance of promotion.
Referees announced for weekend football tiesCroke Park has released the details of the refereeing appointments for this weekend's football clashes at GAA Headquarters.
"When it turns personal and nasty - it is wrong"Meath captain Kevin Reilly has spoken out against personal criticism of GAA players.
Passing of Christina Dolan, sister of Brian Smith - DunboyneOn behalf of Coiste na Mí CLG, we would like to extend our deepest sympathies to the Dolan and Smith families, Dublin and Dunboyne, on the passing of Christina Dolan (née Smith), sister of Brian Smith of Dunboyne.
Poc Fada 2014 set to feature a host of starsThe great and the good of gaelic games were in attendance at he launch of the M. Donnelly GAA All Ireland Poc Fada Finals at Croke Park.
BFL5: Curraha secure final spotCurraha's second string gained promotion and a final berth with this hard earned win over neighbours Skryne played in lovely conditions on Wednesday evening.
BFL6: One-pont win for RatoathRatoath's Junior D footballers managed to hold on to a 1 point victory in this evenly contested clash played in perfect conditions in Brownstown
BFL6: Moynalty too good for DunderryLeading by 1-12 to 0-1 at the interval, the home side already had both points as good as in the bag.
HL1B semi: Kilmessan lose thriller aetThere were plenty of scores as Kiltale pipped Kilmessan in this league semi-final played at Trim.
Dunshaughlin Lotto results and newsThe numbers drawn in the Dunshaughlin GAA Lotto were 5,7,12 & 22 and there was no Jackpot winner. Congratulations to Martin Daly, Kiefa lynam, Margaret Reilly and Val Molloy who all matched 3 numbers.
BFL4: Carnaross go down to BectiveCarnaross went down to Bective by the minimum margin following a tight game in Round 8 of the B League.
Reilly predicts Royal reactionMeath captain Kevin Reilly says "there has to be" a reaction from the Royal County against Armagh on Saturday.
Seneschalstown GFC NotesThis weeks lotto numbers are: 10, 19, 23, 25
Kilmainhamwood Lotto Results and NewsKilmainhamwood GFC weekly lotto draw took place in Keogans on Monday 28th July 2014 at 9pm where the jackpot was €4,400
Football top scorers: Sweeney leads but Walsh makes his moveCon Sweeney's 1-4 from placed balls for Tipperary sees at the head of the football scorers' chart with Galway's Shane Walsh in second spot.
BFL4: Michael's into finalSt. Michaels reserve team booked themselves a place in the division 4 final with one game still to play after a deserved victory over Longwood in a tough encounter in Longwood on Saturday evening last.
Dyas keeps journos in the darkArmagh's Kevin Dyas turned up at the media launch for Saturday's All-Ireland SF qualifier double-header at Croke Park this morning - but didn't say a word.
AFL3: Bracks win against Meath HillBallinabrackey finished their league campaign with a well earned but hard fought win over a very spirited Meath Hill outfit on Sunday morning.
AFL2: Ballinlough win after slow startBallinlough made hard work of this win over Kilmainham on Saturday evening, as their march towards promotion took another step forward.
Supporters Bus to Croke Park on SaturdayClub na Mi are running a bus to Croke Park on Saturday next for the Meath v Armagh match.
A and B FL walkovers givenA number of league games in recent days were not played. Here is a list of where the points were awarded.
AFL2: Ratoath keep promotion hopes aliveRatoath kept alive their promotion hopes with a 4 point win in this round 12 League encounter played in Trim yesterday.
BFL1: Five-goal Skryne take pointsPlaying in goals for Skryne, Felim O'Rourke was called upon to save a penalty in the first half and then stepped up to score one in the second period.
AFL1: Summerhill hold on for winMeath Senior Champions Summerhill were the visitors as Dunshaughlin attempted to keep their quest for a place in the Div 1 league final alive in a match played in fresh conditions in south Meath Sunday evening.
AFL1: Tones too hot for OldcastleWind assisted Oldcastle stayed in touch for much of the first half thanks to some good defending but trailed at half time on a score-line of 1-6 to 0-7 with seventeen year old Thomas O'Reilly contributing 1-4 of the first half Tones scores.
AFL2: Nobber down CastletownCastletown travelled the short distance to take on neighbours Nobber in this division 2 encounter.
AFL4: Moynalty end with winMoynalty finished their league campaign with a comfortable win over Slane.
Meath U14 Development Team have successful trip to Football Invitational in NewryOn an overcast Sunday morning (27th July) at 11.45 am a panel of sleepy Meath U14 Footballers dismounted the coach in the car-park of the fantastic facilities that is Parc Esler in Newry.
AFL1: Seneschalstown share the spoilsFor the second time in 5 days, Na Fianna were held to a home draw in the Meath All County Football League Division 1A.
Championship tweets: Walsh wizardry casts a spell on TwitterShane Walsh's silky skills were the talk of Twitter on Saturday evening while One Direction's Niall Horan is enjoying Sky Sports' coverage of gaelic games.
BFL1: Comfortable win for O'MahonysOn a perfect evening for football the Junior B team from Seneschalstown took to the field against a Navan O'Mahonys side operating in the Junior A Championship.
AFL1: Skryne too strong for St. PatricksA goal and five points each from both Ian Davis and John Morley were the main reasons for this A league win for Skryne over St. Patrick's Stamullen.
AFL1: First away win for 'HillSummerhill got their first away win of the A League at the final attempt when they defeated Dunshaughlin on Sunday evening.
Cavan demolish Dublin to land Gerry Reilly CupCavan powered to victory over Dublin in the Gerry Reilly U16 FT Cup Final played in Oldcastle on Sunday evening.
AFL2: Moynalvey come back from Carlanstown empty handedMoynalvey lost out to St. Michaels by two points in round 12 of the All County A League on a 0-14 to 2-6 score line at Carlanstown on Sunday afternoon July 27th.
AFL3: Drumconrath lose to Bective as both stay upDrumconrath severed up probably their worst performance of the year when going under to the home side on Sunday.
BFL2: good win for DunderryThese 2 teams played on a warm Saturday evening and produced a good display of end to end football, the visitors caught Dunderry on the hop and opened the scoring with a point after 1 min but the home side drew level with a well taken point from a Trevor Conaty free.
BFL2: Duleek/Bellewstown stay on trackDuleek Bellewstown continued their challenge for divisional honours when defeating Nobber is this B league Division 2 clash in Duleek on Saturday evening.
Camogie: Blackhall lose to neighboursAfter a long break the Camogie championship is back for Blackhall, who took on neighbours Dunboyne last night (Tuesday 22nd).
AFL3: three point win for Clan na nGaelClann Na nGael had three points to spare over St.Brigid's in this well contested Division 3 League game played in Athboy on Sunday morning.

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