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Impressive 13’s Beat Carbury/Allenwood In Leinster League
Sunday, July 17, 2016
U13 Meath/Kildare Leinster League Round 3 St Colmcilles 12-18 V Carbury/Allenwood 2-5 Round 3 of the Meath/Kildare U13 League saw visitors Carbury/Allenwood to Gormonston College to take on St Colmcilles[...]
U13’s Fine Form Continues In R2 Win Over Maynooth
Thursday, July 7, 2016
U13 Meath/Kildare Leinster Division 1 League Round 2 Maynooth  5-7 (22) V St Colmcilles 7-17 (38) Round 2 of the Leinster U13 League saw our U13's travel to Maynooth.  After[...]
U13’s Beat Celbridge in Round 1 of Leinster League
Thursday, July 7, 2016
U13 Meath/Kildare Leinster Division 1 League St Colmcilles  4-13 V Celbridge 4-10 The opening Round of the Meath/Kildare like saw St Colmcilles U13's take on Kildare side Celbridge in Piltown.[...]
Coaches Information Evening, 7pm Monday 20th
Tuesday, June 14, 2016
The Children's Officers will be hosting a Coaches Information Evening next Monday 20th June at 7pm in clubhouse in Piltown. We hope to brief coaches and mentors on latest developments[...]
Piltown pitch CLOSED until Sunday 19th June
Monday, June 6, 2016
Our pitches in Piltown are remaining closed at least until Sunday 19th June - due urgent repairs which involves reseeding. A final decision to open on Sunday will depend on[...]
Realt Na Mara Crowned Cooney Cup Champions
Monday, June 6, 2016
Cooney Cup Final  Realt Na Mara 1-16(17) V Duleek Boys NS 0-9  The Cooney Cup final opened with two great scores from the boot of Sean O'Donoghue, followed by a[...]
Gaelscoil an Bhradain Feasa Capture Corn Cois Farraige in Final Thriller
Sunday, June 5, 2016
Corn Cois Farraige Final 2016 Gaelscoil an Bhradain Feasa 7-7(14) V Scoil an Sporaid Naomh 1-12(13) As games go the 2016 Corn Cois Farraige had everything with drama and tension[...]
Mon 30th May: U16 Boys v Walterstown in Division 2 League Final
Monday, May 30, 2016
Our U16 Boy's team play Walterstown in tonight's Division 2 League Final in Pairc Tailteann with a throw-in time of 7:30pm. Under the coaching and guidance of Greg Foxe, this[...]
Keegan: Much for Mayo to review ahead of Tyrone
Mayo All Star Lee Keegan feels the side will have to assess their second-half showing against Westmeath ahead of their date with Tyrone in the All-Ireland SFC quarter-final

McBrearty: Senior stars pushed Donegal to victory
Paddy McBrearty hailed the experienced voices in the Donegal panel as they bounced back from their Ulster final defeat by Tyrone to book an All-Ireland quarter-final date against Dublin.

Mayo do enough to repel Westmeath rally
Mayo defeated Westmeath by 3-15 to 1-14 at Croke Park to reach their sixth successive All-Ireland SFC quarter-final.

Donegal finish stronger to set up Dublin date
A Paddy McBrearty-inspired Donegal are through to an All-Ireland SFC quarter-final clash with Dublin following a 0-21 to 1-15 qualifier win over Cork at Croke Park.

Kilkenny defeat Offaly for Galway showdown
Kilkenny will play Galway in the Liberty Insurance All-Ireland Senior Camogie semi-final after a much easier than expected win over Offaly at MacDonagh Park.

Wexford break Tipp hearts with dramatic comeback
Wexford snatched an injury-time victory to book a Liberty Insurance All-Ireland Senior Camogie semi-final against champions Cork.

James McInerney crowned Poc Fada champion
Clare's James McInerney is the M Donnelly All-Ireland Poc Fada champion for 2016 – becoming the first Banner County native since Davy Fitzgerald 14 years ago to win the event.

Precious quarter-final places up for grabs
All eyes will be on Croke Park later this afternoon when we will learn the identity of the remaining All-Ireland football quarter-finalists, with Cork facing Donegal and Mayo taking on Westmeath in the 4B qualifiers.

GAA Digest: Kearns keeps faith with Tipp heroes
Liam Kearns will entrust the same starting 15 that slayed Derry last week to keep Tipperary's All-Ireland SFC championship dream alive on Sunday.

At a glance: Championship weekend
It's the August Bank Holiday weekend and it's the first of the All-Ireland football quarter-finals, with Clare and Tipperary aiming to upset the odds against Kerry and Galway respectively, while in the final games in the qualifiers Mayo take on Westmeath and Cork face Donegal.

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