Galway's Connacht SFC dreams became a reality on Sunday afternoon while in the hurling there was plenty of controversy to talk about in the meeting of Clare and Limerick…
Rathmolyon took on local rivals Boardsmill in the opening round of the Junior Championship in Kildalkey.
With the number of games left in the league at a premium, both sides knew that a win was vital to push them away from the bottom of the table.
Rathmolyon locked horns in this widely anticipated IHC opening round meeting with Gael Colmcille in Kildalkey.
Longwood's senior hurlers got their 2018 championship campaign off to a winning start with a deserved, if ultimately narrow victory over Trim on Saturday evening in Athboy.
Clann na nGael opened up their 2018 IHC campaign with a first round win over Drumree by the narrowest of margins at Boardsmill.
Dunboyne proved too strong for Clann Na nGael in this opening round of the Meath Junior Hurling Championship played in Boardsmill.
Following on from their senior game on Friday night Kildalkey and Kilmessan locked horns again this time in the Intermediate championship at Dunderry.
Boardsmill overcame Navan O'Mahonys in this closely contested Ted Murtagh SHC Group B opener at Trim early on Sunday afternoon.
Pucking against a strong breeze in the first half Don/Ash limited their opposition to just two points from play.
It was D-Day in the Munster SHC and the Connacht SFC.
Kiltale opened their defence of the Ted Murtagh SHC with a decisive win over Dunboyne at Pairc Tailteann on Saturday evening.
Two Ethan Devine goals were central to Meath's Leinster U20 FC Group 2 win over Laois at Pairc Tailteann this afternoon.
Kildalkey opened their bid for Ted Murtagh SHC honours with a decisive win over Kilmessan at Pairc Tailteann on Friday night.
Meath manager Brian Farrell has made three changes to his team that defeated Kildare last time out for the visit of Laois to Pairc Tailteann in final Group 2 game of the Leinster U20 FC.
It is with deep regret that Ballinlough GFC learned of the passing of our much loved Treasurer, Sean Lydon.
All the upcoming games in the county.
RTE will be broadcasting a massive double bill of live Munster SHC and Connacht SFC action on Sunday afternoon.
The annual East Meath/Drogheda Schools Football Finals will be played in Pairc Tailteann this Friday June 15th.
A strong first-half showing set Meath up for a Leinster JFC semi-final win over tenacious Longford at Pairc Tailteann on Tuesday night.
Both teams started this Div 3BFL encounter with 13 men before it returned to 15 after the home side got the likes of David Dunne and Sean Prendeville back from retirement for his clash.
Playing against the breeze in the first half the hosts led by 0-5 to 0-1 at half time.
On the 8th of July we will be letting Betsy the bovine beauty loose on our pitch to see where she drops a plop !!
St Brigid's GAA Club in Kiltoom are hosting a Sevens competition which will be held on Saturday the 23rd June in Co. Roscommon.
Kilmainhamwood GFC weekly lotto draw took place in Keogans on Monday 11th June 2018 at 9pm where the jackpot was €6,400.
This weeks lotto numbers are: 2, 13, 18, 25
Meath junior football manager Davy Nelson has named his team for the Leinster semi-final clash with Longford.
Gaeil Colmcille and Skryne continue to dominate Division 1 while Donaghmore Ashbourne move into a semi final spot.
After a dramatic weekend of action on the gaelic football fields, 13 counties are represented on our football team of the week…
Clare, Limerick, Kilkenny and Galway are well represented on our hurling team of the week…
Dunshaughlin GAA is in mourning following the sad passing of 'club legend' Patsy McLoughlin today.
Two first half goals from Cathal Finnegan proved crucial as Seneschalstown defeated Ballinabrackey in the ACFL Division 2 game played in ideal conditions at Ballinabrackey.
Laois secured the local bragging rights over neighbours Carlow at Croke Park yesterday but their win came at a cost as captain Stephen Attride sustained a serious head injury…
"We'll take time to consider what our best options are and ultimately what's best for Tipperary hurling, because that's what's most important."
Two goals in each half for John Lyons' men proved to be the deciding factor.
Skryne maintained their position at the top of the A League Division 1 table with this convincing win over Ratoath in Skryne. Both teams were short a number of players due to County commitments with Ratoath more severely affected
"It was hard to see from my angle but, just a mid-air collision, that's all I saw. These things happen. We'll review that over the next 24 to 48 hours and just assess the situation."
Full forward John L McGee made his return to the starting line-up and he didn't take long to leave his mark on the game landing 1-3 in the opening stages.