An amazing figure of €17,800 has been raised so far by Nobber footballer Dale Larkin and his sister Lucie.
Dunsany GFC have the pleasure in announcing that John McNally and John Rafferty have been appointed as the joint managers of the clubs Junior Football team.
The GAA have today confirmed times and venues for the All-Ireland club football semi-finals.
It has been one hell of a rollercoaster ride for Trim GAA this past six months.
An outstanding season came to an end for Meath and Dunboune star Emma Duggan yesterday its that crushing defeat to Mourneabbey in the Ladies All Ireland Club SFC semi final.
Mourneabbey manager Shane Ronayne reserved special praise for Eimear Meaney and Brid O'Sullivan as they silenced the Meath All Stars in opposition to help the reigning champions advance to another currentaccount.ie All-Ireland Senior final.
The U20 Football Development League returns after a year's absence next month.
Naas, Trim and Na Gaeil were crowned provincial club champions today.
Trim claimed Leinster intermediate football honours with a spirited win over strongly tipped Offaly opponents Clara early on Sunday afternoon at sunny Pairc Tailteann.
Laura Fitzgerald scored four goals and Mourneabbey advanced to the currentaccount.ie All-Ireland Senior club final with an emphatic victory over Dunboyne.
Kilmessan advanced to the Leinster Club Intermediate camogie championship semi final with this comfortable win over Na Fianna of Dublin in Kilmessan.
There were some touching tributes paid to the late Ashling Murphy at sports grounds around the country today.
Dublin advanced to the O'Byrne Cup final after scoring their third win of the competition earlier today against Longford.
The 2021 currentaccount.ie All-Ireland Ladies Senior Club Football Championship finalists will be revealed on Sunday - with two mouth-watering semi-finals down for decision.
The popular TG4 Underdogs programme came to a conclusion before Christmas when Mickey 'Ned' O'Sullivan's team took on All Ireland champions Meath at Ashbourne.
Rathmolyon Hurling Club are pleased to announce that Gary Cole will be the Intermediate Hurling manager for 2022.
Dublin made it two wins from two in the O'Byrne Cup last night after handing Mickey Harte's Louth side a 3-19 to 1-10 defeat at Parnell Park.
The death of Ambrose (Amby) Carroll on Friday, December 10 saw the severing of another link with the Walterstown side which rose to prominence in the early 1960s.
St. Peter's GAA Club is deeply saddened by the passing of Michael 'Sport' Kelly.
The GAA, LGFA and Camogie Association have joined forces to conduct the largest ever coach development survey undertaken in Irish sport.
Despite being out of contention Meath ended Laois interest in the O'Byrne Cup with a decisive win at Pairc Tailteann on Saturday afternoon.
The Meath GAA Sub-committees for the coming year have been announced.
Former Skryne underage footballer Killian Cahill has signed on the dotted line for Premiership side Brighton.
The delayed 2021 Leinster Club camogie championship gets underway this weekend.
It may be just the beginning of January but already there is a feast of GAA for Meath supporters to look forward to in the coming week.
Sad times around Carlanstown with the passing of club President John Moran.
The iconic TG4 Laochra Gael documentary series returns to our screens next Thursday, 13 January, with Antrim hurling legend Terence 'Sambo' McNaughton kicking off the first of six episodes.
Dunshaughlin & Royal Gaels are pleased to announce Richie Kealy as the new Adult Men's first team manager.
Ulster GAA secretary Brian McAvoy is calling for the 'four steps' rule in gaelic football to be replaced by a 'two seconds' limit.
Mickey Newman has called time on his inter-county playing days with Meath.
Saturday's O'Byrne Cup clash between Wicklow and Meath has been called off.
A star-studded DCU side captured the Higher Education Senior Football League Division 1 (Ryan Cup) silverware with a 0-16 to 1-7 victory over NUI Galway in Tubberclair this afternoon.
Longwood GAA are inviting expressions of interest for the position of dual manager for our adult teams.
With the Christmas break over Meath supporters can now turn their attention to the cup competitions with six games, and hopefully more, to look forward to over the month of January.
Wolfe Tones surprised many by claiming their second Keegan Cup title.
After a long delay the season got up and running with the completion of the 2020 finals.
Boardsmill bounced back a couple of months later to take the 2021 version after a stunning comeback extra time win over Drumree.
Sad times around Carnaross with the passing of one of their greatest ever footballers, Johnny Caulfield.