The old adage has it that 'goals win games' but the truth is that it takes consistent excellence to keep the scoreboard ticking over and that consistency is hard to attain and more rewarding
Dublin and Meath will renew their rivalry in this year's Leinster ladies club SFC final.
Navan O'Mahony's and St. Peter's Dunboyne contested The Under 15 Division 1 Championship Final in Navan on Saturday afternoon.
A convincing win against Kildalkey ensures that our Ladies Senior Camogie team will remain in the Senior division in 2022.
In the smaller Clubs a Championship win once a generation in common place as at the end of the day it's normally a numbers game and in these cases seldom is wonderful.
Mayo are this year's winner of the Gerry Reilly Tournament, beating Cork earlier on a scoreline of 3-13 to 0-06.
Kilmessan added the Donal O Loinsigh Cup to the Meath Junior hurling championship title won two weeks ago with a comprehensive win over Ratoath at Ashbourne.
A physically strong and experienced Trim side had too much in the tank for the young Navan O'Mahony's side in a cold Páirc Tailteann.
A disappointing end to a great game of football ensued in Michael Fay Park in Longford as the hosts took the lead while Meghan Collins was being attended to for a head injury.
St Colmcille's put a bad start behind them to overcome Walterstown in a dramatic Premier Football Division 8 final at Pairc Tailteann on Sunday afternoon.
Fielding a team with senior experience in both codes including county minor footballer from 2002, Frankie Murphy, Trim were too good for O'Mahonys in the Premier Football Division 7 final at Pairc Tailteann early on Sunday afternoon.
Jamie Myles netted the winning penalty to earn for Drumconrath the Premier Football Division 3 title with victory over Dunderry in a thilling finish at Pairc Tailteann on Saturday afternoon.
The draws for the 2022 provincial senior football championships have been made this afternoon.
The Cork SFC final and Tipperary SHC decider replay make up a busy Sunday afternoon, as the provincial hurling championships get going this weekend.
Meath championship winners Dunboyne, O'Mahonys and Skryne continue their quest for provincial honours this weekend.
The draws for next year's O'Byrne Cup competition have been confirmed.
The draws for the 2022 Provincial Football Championships will be made tomorrow (Saturday) afternoon.
St. Michaels are seeking a manager of their Intermediate ladies team.
Trim advanced to the quarter final of the Leinster club IFC with an impressive win over Louth champions St. Fechins in slippy underfoot conditions at Ashbourne.
There will be few if any changes to the makeup of the Meath GAA Executive for 2022 after the Nominations for County Convention were released.
Dunsany AGM will be held on Sunday, 12th December at 3 pm in the clubhouse.
Ratoath are searching for a new senior football manager after Brian Farrell left the role, the club confirmed on social media last night.
All games will be scheduled by the CCC to be played over the 1st 3 weekends in December.
Kilmessan are once again Meath Senior Camogie Champions after a thrilling 2-10 to 2-7 victory over Na Fianna on Saturday in Trim.
There was a great air of expectation around the winners camp in the build up to this game and it did not disappoint.
The two best teams in the Division Two minor hurling championship met in the final on a heavy Ratoath pitch and served up a brilliant hour of entertainment.
A surge in the closing ten minutes of the first half laid the foundations for Navan O'Mahony's victory in the opening round of the Leinster IFC.
The All-Ireland football and hurling finals will be the only inter-county games where there will be a provision for replays in 2022.
A half century on from gaining senior status for the first time, Kildalkey claimed the SHC with a convincing win over Kiltale at Pairc Tailteann on Sunday.
Having lost the two previous MHC finals, Ratoath collected the Tony Donnelly Cup at Pairc Tailteann on Sunday when displaying their superiority over the Gaeil Colmcille/Loughcrew Gaels
Having snatched a last gasp draw in normal time, Boardsmill kicked-on in the additional 20 minutes to claim the IHC title at Drumree's expense at Pairc Tailteann on Saturday afternoon.
The inter-county provincial pre-season competitions will return in 2022.
A more economical Drumree saw off Kildalkey after extra time in this exciting JHC2 final at Pairc Tailteann early on Saturday afteroon
First-time Derry champions Steelstown Brian Óg's withstood a late fightback by 13-man Cloughaneely in Letterkenny to advance to an Ulster club IFC quarter-final clash with Donaghmoyne on December 4/5.
Anna Kiesenhofer captured the imagination of the sporting world when she cycled to an unprecedented gold medal at the Tokyo Olympics last summer.
The 2021 GAA-GPA All-Star awards banquet due to take place at Dublin's Convention Centre on Friday, 10 December has been cancelled.
The Leinster LGFA club championship gets into full swing this weekend with a host of games across the three grades.
The eComm Merchant Solutions Senior A and B Camogie Championship finals take place this Saturday in Trim.