Those who were in attendance at this U-15 championship match in Carlanstown on Sunday afternoon were treated to an excellent game of football which remained in the balance right up to the final whistle.
After an opening round draw with Kilmessan and a round 2 loss to Dunboyne, Killyon got their first win of this years senior hurling championship with nine points to spare over Clann na nGael at Fr Plunkett Memorial Park Kildalkey.
And just like that the group stages come to an end. After last weekend some clubs are finished for the year, some have knockout football to look forward to while others have the threat of relegation hanging over their heads.
The 2021 Minor Championships also saw the return of the Electric Ireland GAA Minor Special Recognition awards, recognising those Minor players who stepped up and a made life-changing contributions to our society.
Meath's achievement in claiming a fourth All-Ireland MFC title has been recognised with eight players on the 2021 Electric Ireland GAA Team of the Year while corner-back Conor Ennis is the Minor Football Player of the Year.
Spectators in Paddy O'Brien Park were treated to a feast of goals in this floodlit Premier Division 7 encounter on Monday evening. The win was enough to leave Navan O'Mahony's young team defending their spot at the top of the group going into the final rounds.