The pitch of Magheracloone Mitchells GAA club has sustained major damage.
A large rift opened at the club's Kevin O'Reilly Park - which is located on the main Kingscourt to Carrickmacross Road - due to a mine collapse in the area.
According to the Meath Chronicle, a spokesperson for local company Gyproc, a plasterboard manufacturer, confirmed that there had been an incidence of subsidence.
"We are currently assessing the situation with the assistance of geological teams to ascertain both the reason for and the extent of the subsidence," said the company spokesperson.
"We are liaising with local residents and authorities in the area to advise them of the incident and keep them updated. Our main priority is the safety of local residents, our employees and ensuring no significant environmental impact."
Local News landsinking in Magheracloone gaa groups some pictures coming in to us here at BRTV we under stand nobody was on the grounds at the time more to follow pic.twitter.com/H1CN11TDIQ
— Border Region TV (@BorderRegionTV) September 24, 2018
"Gyproc can confirm that there has been an incidence of subsidence in the grounds of @MitchellsGAA_ club.
"We are currently assessing the situation with the assistance of geological teams to ascertain both the reason for and the extent of the subsidence.... pic.twitter.com/z2v5huUFrp
— Meath Chronicle (@meathchronicle) September 24, 2018
Earlier in the day, the local Drumgossatt National School was closed due to the incident.
The Carrickmacross to Kingscourt Road is currently closed.