Sport

Hurling fixtures

Davis  Cup semi- finals: Trim v Na Fianna; Sunday 1st August 12.45 Pairc Tailteann. Extra time and finish on the day. Kiltale  v Kilmessan; Sunday  1st August Páirc Tailteann @ 3pmExtra  time  and  finish  on the  day   Billy Byrne Cup semi finals Kildalkey...

Sad passing of Kilbride GAA legend Tommy Mahon

A long time stalwart of both Kilbride and Meath GAA, Tommy Mahon, passed away last night. Below the Kilbride club pay tribute to a true GAA legend. Kilbride GAA club is in mourning following the passing of one of life's true gentlemen, Tommy Mahon. As we wake up this...

Meath get over a Wee obstacle

Meath.....................1-15 Louth......................1-11   The Meath minor footballers have set up a Leinster final showdown with rivals Dublin after overcoming Louth last Saturday. However, it was the Wee County who started the brighter of the two sides...

Drogs lose shoot out after FAI Cup controversy

Drogheda United...............................1 Derry City ..........................................1 (aet) Derry win 4-2 on penalties   A visibly angry Drodgheda assistant manager Kevin Doherty described the performance of referee Paul McLaughlin as...

Five Irish Medal Hopefuls

As the Olympics, remember them, kick off tomorrow Meath Live gives you five to follow in Tokyo. Some you will have heard of before, some you have never heard of, and some you will never hear of again. But when they are standing on the podium remember where you heard...

GAA’s baffling Tailteann Cup logic

Meath GAA's Tailteann Cup competition was a great idea. As the club championships don't start until next month and Covid hit the fixtures schedule hard the Tailteann Cup served the purpose of giving teams a regular game in the lead up to the championship. The...

Nelson’s column

Conor Lane had a bad day at the office in Croke Park last Sunday. He appeared to Nelson's, admittedly jaundiced eye, to get two big calls wrong. There was a clear foul by Brian Fenton on Bryan McMahon which should have seen Meath awarded a penalty, it looked...

Meath retain McDonagh status

Meath.....................................0-28 Kildare....................................1-15   What a Jackanory this was at a sun drenched Parnell Park as Jack Regan almost singlehandedly ensured that Nick Weir's side retained their Joe McDonagh status for...

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