Dunshaughlin were quick off the mark as they scored 1 point in the first minute. But it was Na Fianna who took early control with good movement and play resulting in points from Evan Henrick (2) and Jack McNally giving Na Fianna a 2 point lead 8 minutes into the game.
Duleek-Bellewstown came out all guns blazing in a picturesque Ballinlough this evening as the heavy rains of the day gave way to glorious sunshine for just over sixty minutes in Ballinlough, to allow for perfect conditions for football.
A special GAA congress will take place on October 19th in Pairc Ui Chaoimh to discuss football structures and high on the agenda will be proposals to alter the football championship and introduce a two tier championship.
A proposal from St Colmcille's delegate James Kelly that the club championship not recommence on the weekend of August 10/11th, as per Fixture Planner, in the event of Meath not qualifying for the All-Ireland semi-finals, received strong support at last night's county committee meeting in Dunganny.
The Oldcastle U-14's took on Navan O'Mahony's on their home turf this evening, with both sides putting on a thrilling display. Goals from Paul Hennessy and Rian Mulvanny in the first half, along with points from Rory, Tomas and Paul saw the half-time score Oldcastle 2-05, Navan O'Mahony's 2-07.
The last B League match of the season turned out to be a meaningless affair as Dunboyne had already claimed top spot in Division 1 and Skryne unable to finish any higher than 3rd. As the top two teams contest the final, the 3rd position became irrelevant.