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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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U16 Div 1 summer league winners – St Colmcilles
Wednesday, August 9, 2017
U16s Do The Double Our U16s pulled off a notable double by winning the Div1 Summer League following their Spring League victory earlier in the season. This was a great[...]
1st & 2nd Class Coaching Rota
Friday, August 4, 2017
1st & 2nd Class Schools Rota  2017-2018 The 1st and 2nd Class Schools Coaching Rota has just been published.  It will see coaching across our 5 primary Schools each Wednesday[...]
3rd& 4th Class Blitz Fixtures 2017/18
Friday, August 4, 2017
St Colmcilles 3rd & 4th Class Blitz Dates 2017/2018 The dates for the 3rd and 4th Class Blitz dates can be sen in the table below for the 2017/2018 School[...]
Championship Round 2 – St. Colmcilles V’s Navan O’Mahonys
Tuesday, August 1, 2017
The senior team took to the field in Navan last Tuesday night with a lot of changes from the last team who represented us. Six players made their senior championship[...]
Ladies championship continues with a victory over Moynalvy
Monday, July 31, 2017
Wednesday the 26th of July brought Moynalvey and St. Colmcilles together for the second time this year. This time to compete in the intermediate championship in Moynalvey. The stakes[...]
2018 Schools Football Fixtures Published
Thursday, July 27, 2017
2018 Schools Fixtures The 2018 Schools Fixtures for the Cooney Cup and Corn Cois Farraige have been published.  2018 will see St Pats NS back up in the Cooney Cup[...]
Super Reilly as Seniors Beat Curraha
Tuesday, July 18, 2017
All County Division 1 League Curraha 1-15 V St Colmcilles 4-18 Missing key players on Ben Brennan, James Conlon and Joe Sweeney, St Colmcilles made the trip to Curraha last[...]
U14’s Crowned Meath Division 1 League Champions
Sunday, July 2, 2017
Meath U14 Division 1 League Final St Colmcilles 2-8(14) V Dunshaughlin 1-7 (10)  In a week when St Colmcilles U14's represented their parish and county with pride and distinction at[...]
Mayo should be happy to be hated
Mayo have a decades old reputation as everyone's 'second team', an admittedly dubious accolade which is common to perennial bridesmaids in all sports.

Cork manager hits out at 'crazy' ladies scheduling
Cork ladies football manager Ephie Fitzgerald has described as "crazy" and "avoidable" the situation that has seen management release dual player Libby Coppinger to camogie duty this weekend due to a scheduling clash.

Opinion: Gleeson reprieve no cause for celebration
Austin Gleeson being cleared to play in the All-Ireland hurling final raises fresh questions over the GAA's willingness to enforce its own rules, writes Eoin Ryan.

Ó Sé expects Mayo's runners to target Kerry defence
Tomás Ó Sé expects Mayo to implement their "running defence" for Sunday's All-Ireland football semi-final in a concerted effort to target the Kerry defence.

CCCC unhappy with Gleeson scenario
The Central Competitions Control Committee are extremely unhappy that they have been unable to look into the incident involving Waterford's Austin Gleeson in last Sunday's All-Ireland Hurling Championship semi-final, RTÉ Sport understands.

Brennan: Rugby an example in implementing helmet rule
Eddie Brennan feels the GAA should take a leaf out of rugby's book when it comes to adjudicating on contentious on-the-field matters.

Mayo's season 'beyond crazy' as Kingdom loom
Ahead of Sunday's All-Ireland semi-final against Kerry, we assess Mayo's somewhat "crazy" season so far in the company of John Casey

Tipperary mourn Liam Devaney after passing
Five-time All-Ireland Hurling Championship winner Liam Devaney has died at the age of 82.

Maughan: Mayo peaking at the right time
Former Mayo manager John Maughan believes his county are coming good at the right time as they prepare to take on Kerry in Sunday's All-Ireland Football semi-final.

Gleeson gets the green light for All-Ireland final
Austin Gleeson will be free to play in the All-Ireland final against Galway. In a meeting on Tuesday referee James Owens informed the Central Competitions Committee (CCCC) that he is happy with his officiating of the All-Ireland semi-final.

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