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AFL1: Tones draw in SimonstownA draw was a fair result in this A league game played in difficult underfoot conditions with a swirling wind in Simonstown.
AFL4: third win for DunsanyDunsany recorded their third straight win in division 4 of the all county a leagues on a miserable Sunday afternoon.
AFL2: Walterstown comeback downs RatoathWalterstown were four points behind at half time in this match however a second half fightback saw the men in black come away with the points.
AFL4: Kilmainhamwood win in MoylaghKilmainhamwood made their second trip of the year over to Moylagh, with the same result achieved, a win for the 'Wood, but it was not as easy as their last visit as Kilmainhamwood ran out one point winners, on Sunday morning the 29th of March.
AFL3: Dun Deal for St BrigidsIn Round 4 of the Division 3 AFL St Brigids secured a well deserved win against Dunderry.
AFL2: Ultan's lose by a point to Michael'sSt. Michaels got back to winning ways in Bohermeen on Sunday afternoon after securing this victory over St Ultans.
AFL3: Drums goals slay KilmainhamThey say goals win games and this can be said about this game as Drumconrath hit 3 and that was the difference in the end.
AFL1: Seneschalstown clinch injury time victoryA fisted point in the second minute of injury time clinched victory for Seneschalstown, as Ballinlough were left to rue missed chances on their home turf on Sunday afternoon.
U14 FL: Carnaross blow St Michaels awayCarnaross took full advantage of the gale force wind in the opening half of this match.
MFL: Michaels leave it lateSt. Michaels minors left it late to earn a share of the points in Simonstown
Kilmessan Camogie ResultKilmessan carried on their winning streak this weekend adding another two points to the bag when they defeated Kiltale in the second round of the league.
GAA tweets: Banner 'went down fighting'Relegation is a tough one to take for Shane O'Donnell and his Clare team-mates ...
AFL1: narrow loss for BlackhallSunday was the fourth round of the league for our A team. The lads lined out against Skryne in Batterstown for what prove to be an extremely tough match.
Na Fianna Juvenile 'Fun Bingo'Easter Sunday 5th April from 4 - 6pm in the Bridge House, Enfield.
Ladies: Meath hit Louth for 10In a frantic five minute spell in the opening half, Meath secured all three points in the third round of the Leinster U14 Championship against neighbours Louth.
Ladies NFL: More woes for MeathMeath's League woes continued this afternoon as they slumped to defeat against last year's Ulster Champions Armagh in Silverbridge.
What they said ... the football weekend in quotes"To come down here and beat fellas that have All-Ireland medals in their back pockets, that is very good for morale."
AFL2: Moynalvey lose to DrumbaraghMoynalvey remain on two points in the Division 2 A League Table after round four with their third A League defeat coming at the hands of Drumbaragh last Friday night March 27th.
AFL4: Vincent's edge out Paul'sSt. Vincents away match to St.Pauls in Dunboyne resulted in a win for St.Vincents.
AFL2: Oldcastle take home points from RathkennyOldcastle survived a late Rathkenny rally to take home the points in this A League Division 2 game played in a very blustery Rathkenny last Sunday evening, March 29th.
AFL3: last minute goal sees Clann homeClann Na nGael got a very late goal from Darren Kelly to win this very competitive League game against Bective on this wet and windy Sunday afternoon.
Kilmessan Dinner Dance on April 5thKilmessan Camogie and Hurling Clubs will have their annual dinner dance on Sunday April 5th in the Ardboyne Hotel Navan @7.30pm
Ladies: Pat's/Duleek Bellewstown see of MoylaghSt Patrick's senior ladies welcomed Moylagh to Stamullen in the league.
BFL3: Castletown lose to DunboyneCastletown after this result are on one point after two matches in Division 3 of the B league.
Club fixtures (updated 30 March)All the upcoming games in the county.
Leagues: Four rounds over now for the championshipHigh flying Dunshaugfhlin remain unbeaten and top Division 1 with 8 points from four outings.
Royals second-half showing pleases MentonBryan Menton's contribution of 1-2 off the bench at half-time was crucial to Meath's 2-11 to 0-10 Division 2 victory over table toppers Down last night.
MFL: Dunderry by a goalDunderry took on Gaeil Colmcille in this M.F.L. Div 5 Rd5 match on Sat afternoon, the visitor's opened the scoring within the opening 3 minutes and were 0-2 to 0-0.
MFL: good weekend for Seneschalstown underageSeneschalstown moved into pole position in Division 3 of the MFL after a ten point win over a previously unbeaten Na Fianna side.
BFL5: Seneschalstown lose in KilberrySeneschalstown turned in a much improved performance from their previous outing against St. Vincent's but were left to rue the concession of two goals on the lead in to half time as they ultimately fell to a seven point defeat to Wolfe Tones on Sunday in Kilberry.
MFL: Walterstown lose to St OliversWalterstown faced St.Olivers on Saturday afternoon hoping to return to winning ways after their previous round defeat to Skryne, St.Olivers however had only won once all season and were determined to pick up the points.
Ladies: Meath minors remain unbeatenMeath cruised to an easy win and a place in the Leinster 'C' Championship semi-finals.
FL2: Royals dent Down's promotion hopesDown's promotion hopes were dealt a blow as Meath outgunned them by 2-11 to 0-10 at Newry tonight.
As it happened: Saturday Match TrackerThere was plenty at stake tonight as the pictures became clearer in both the national football and hurling leagues.
AFL2: impressive win for Cilles in CastletownSt Colmcilles scored a 3-12 to 2-12 win away to Castletown on Saturday night to keep their unbeaten run in A League Division 2 going.
BFL3: Ultans hold off TrimSt. Ultan's and Trim played out a very competitive B-League fixture in Seán Newman Páirc on Saturday in unsettled and rainy conditions.
AFL2: Nobber too good for TrimNobber scored a resounding victory over Trim in this home League match on Friday evenin
MFL4: NMG lose to Cuthbert's goalsIn what for the most part was a free flowing Minor Football game with no sign of a blanket defence about these two teams clocked up 35 scores over the 60 minutes.
BFL6: Kilmainham win in RatoathKilmainham made the long journey to Ratoath on Thursday night and came away with their second win in the competition.
Team news: Royals shuffle the deckMeath manager Mick O'Dowd has shuffled his deck ahead of Saturday night's crucial Division 2 clash against Down in Newry.
Dunboyne annual camogie 7's on June 20thThere is both a cup and shield competition and all teams are welcome to enter.
The late Paddy LyonsSorry to relate the death of Summerhill clubman Paddy Lyons.
Team news: Down unchangedDown manager Jim McCorry names an unchanged side for the visit of Meath.
Senior hurlers head for MullingarAfter a superb showing against Down in the last of the group stage games Meath earned themselves another crack at high flying Kildare in the National Hurling League Division 2B final.
Peel and Troy short listedFollowing a very successful O'Connor Cup Weekend at CIT last weekend, 31 players have made the short list for the Ladies HEC All Star nominations.
Rathmolyon Fun RunRathmolyon Hurling Club are hosting a 5km fun run on Wednesday April 8th starting at 7:30pm.
First round football championship fixtures releasedThe Meath club football championships get underway on Friday 10 April.
Another busy weekend for Meath ladies football teamsAfter a disappointing loss to Donegal in round 5 Meath travel to Silverbridge to take on Ulster champions Armagh
Seneschalstown GFC Club NotesThe Fourth Annual Easter Sportsarama takes place on Holy Thursday, April 2nd in Seneschalstown.
St Patrick's club notesSt Patrick's GAA Club Stamullen have announced the Official Opening and Blessing of their Club Grounds and Complex on Sunday 3rd May 2015.