The new Meath club season is set to get underway the weekend after next February 6th, with opening-round games in all the Cup competitions, namely the Feis Cup, the Corn na Boinne, the Tailteann Cup and the new Tailteann Shield competition for Junior B clubs.
There will also be new cup competitions for second and third teams.

A modified version of the CCC Master Fixtures was unanimously approved by delegates at Monday night’s Zoom County Committee meeting.

The opening round of the football leagues is set to take place on the first week in March, with the hurling leagues to be played on alternative weekends.

This year sees a return to a normal full-year calendar following an absence of two years, and is aligned with Croke Park’s ‘split season’.

The opening round of the hurling championship is set for the first week in July, and that’ll be followed by opening round ties in intermediate, junior and junior B football.

There will be two rounds of the football championship in July, and a third in the first week of August when the SFC also gets underway.

The senior, intermediate, and junior football finals are scheduled for the middle of October.
While an under-20 football championship and under-21 hurling championship has been pencilled in for October/November.

In the forthcoming Feis Cup, the 16 teams will be drawn into four groups of four, and the top team in each group will qualify for the semi-finals