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Welcome to the official website of St Colmcilles GAA Club, serving the East Meath community of Donacarney, Mornington, Laytown, Bettystown, Beamore and the Dublin Road areas of Drogheda.
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Cooney Cup Round 4 Round Up
Tuesday, April 26, 2016
  Cooney Cup Round 4 Whitecross NS 2-10(12) V Bellewstown/Mount Hanover NS 1-18(19) In the opening game of Round 4 in the Cooney Cup it was Whitecross NS who played the[...]
FULLY BOOKED Safeguarding 1: Child Protection Awareness Workshop, @Piltown May 16th
Thursday, April 21, 2016
COURSE FULLY BOOKED Date: Monday 16th May 2016 Time: 6.30pm to 9.45pm Venue: Piltown. Bookings to Elaine Smith at childofficer@cilles.com Numbers are limited and Priority will be for Club Members and on[...]
Safeguarding 1: Child Protection Awareness Workshop, May 4th
Tuesday, April 19, 2016
Date: Wednesday 4th May 2016. Time: 6.30pm to 9.45pm Venue: Windtown Untiy Centre, Navan Meath Local Sports Partnership offers a 3-hour basic awareness workshop for leaders within sports clubs/organisations. The workshop[...]
Corn Cois Farraige Round 3 Round Up
Friday, April 15, 2016
Corn Cois Farraige Round 3 Le Cheile 1-7(8) V Gaelscoil an Bhradain Feasa 2-12(14) Round 3 of the Corn Cois Farraige and the unbeaten Gaelscoil from Mornington took on their[...]
New Garda E-Vetting System
Thursday, April 14, 2016
New Garda E-Vetting System being introduced in May Current paper-based Garda Vetting System closed Garda Vetting Forms are no longer being processed If you have a query or concern[...]
Juvenile Boys Round Up
Monday, April 11, 2016
Juvenile Boys Football  Round Up U12 Division 1 Table At U12 the big game of the week was the clash of the two heavyweights in this Division namely St Colmcilles[...]
Corn Cois Farraige – Round 3
Tuesday, April 5, 2016
Corn Cois Faraige  Round 3 Ardcath NS/Conlalvy NS/Cushenstown NS V St Marys Donore NS Round 3 of this years Corn Cois Farraieg opens with St Marys NS Donore taking on the[...]
Cooney Cup Round 3
Tuesday, April 5, 2016
Cooney Cup  Round 3 Duleek Boys NS V Bellewstown/Mount Hanover Round 3 of this years Cooney Cup  throws up some interesting ties.  Bellewstown/Mount Hanover up from the Corn Cois Farraige[...]
Roscommon survive New York scare to advance
Division 1 outfit Roscommon were made to fight all the way before overcoming New York by a point in their Connacht SFC preliminary round clash in Gaelic Park.

Loughnane: Cats lack charisma to be truly great
Ger Loughnane has said All-Ireland champions Kilkenny lack the charisma to be remembered alongside the truly great teams in the game as he defended his description of Brian Cody's side as "functional".

VIDEO: League Sunday panel on hurling stalemate
Henry Shefflin and Ger Loughnane assess the drawn Allianz HL Division final between Clare and Waterford and feel both sides are capable of serving up better fare in the replay.

Bad game management cost Clare, says Pat O'Connor
The hurlers of Clare and Waterford look set for a three-game saga following a dramatic encounter in Semple Stadium, but the Déise were let off the hook according to Clare defender Pat O'Connor.

Davy Fitzgerald salutes 'savage' game of hurling
Clare manager Davy Fitzgerald was quick tp praise the battling performance that his side and Waterford showed in Sunday's drawn Allianz HL Division 1 final.

Charly Shanks battles to Irish National triumph
Armagh handballer Charly Shanks has waited a while to land one of the 'Majors' of the game but he achieved his goal with a well-deserved success in the final of the Irish Nationals in Belfast on Sunday.

Shanahan pulls it out of fire to earn Déise replay
Maurice Shanahan's 92nd-minute free salvaged a replay for holders Waterford in this afternoon's Allianz Hurling League Division 1 final at Semple Stadium.

Westmeath thrash Offaly in Leinster opener
Goals from Eoin Price and Derek McNicholas helped Westmeath hurlers to a comprehensive 2-22 to 1-11 victory over a poor Offaly side at Cusack Park, Mullingar.

Ciarán Carey 'thrilled' with Kerry's landmark win
The Kerry hurlers got their maiden Leinster championship off to the perfect start against Carlow but manager Ciarán Carey believes there remains huge room for improvement.

Video: Kerry hurlers primed for Leinster debut
Kerry are looking to make an impact in their maiden Leinster championship.

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