The draws for the 2018 provincial senior football championships have taken place tonight, throwing up some intriguing clashes next summer.
The draws for next year's provincial football championships will be made live tonight (Thursday) on RTÉ 2.
This weekend sees action across the Leinster club intermediate and junior football championships, as well games in the province's club junior hurling championship.
It took 61 years but it was certainly worth the wait for one Westmeath club at the weekend when they lifted the county JFC title.
Some of the biggest names in hurling will backbone the squad that has been assembled by the GAA to take on Scotland in the annual international clash next Saturday.
Multyfarnham manager Louis Ennis stressed that they weren't going to leave another final behind them.
Our Lotto now stands at a round figure of €13,000.00.
Rosemount Gaa AGM is this Saturday 21st of October @ 7.30pm sharp in the Hall. All are welcome.
The Lotto numbers for Monday October 9th 2017 were 1, 7, 17, 19 . There was no Jackpot winner.
Kilbeggan/St Joseph's Girls Underage Club are having a car wash this Saturday October 21st from 9.00am to 6.00pm in Centra Kilbeggan.
Hard luck to the seniors and their management who were bet by St Lomans on Sunday in the semi-final.
Last week's winning numbers were 6, 7, 17 and 23
Our interest in the 2017 championships ended in Moate on Sunday morning with this seven point loss to Tubberclair who were deserving winners on this occasion.
Congrats to Fr Daltons on their victory in the first round of the Leinster Hurling championship, well done to all involved.
Well done to Killucan U14s on a great win in the Division 1 Shield Final on Saturday last.
St Lomans booked their place in the championship final after a hard earned six-point win against Coralstown Kinnegad on Sunday afternoon last.
Well done to our minor boys who qualified for the Division 1 championship final with a hard fought win over The Downs on Saturday in Moate.
Moate All Whites held the 2017 street league finals on Saturday Oct 7th gone by.
The GAA's grassroots were in their element yesterday as county finals took pride of place across the length and breadth of the country...
"I've been fortunate to win an All-Ireland with Donegal, but to win a county title with my club is right up there."
Holders St. Loman's and Tyrrellspass will face off in the Westmeath SFC final in two weeks' time for the third time in four years following their respective semi-final victories over Coralstown/Kinnegad and The Downs at TEG Cusack Park yesterday.
Kilbeggan/St Joseph's girls are having a fundraising car wash on Saturday next, October 21 at the Centra M6 Service Station. Please support.