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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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St Colmcilles East Meath GAA Club Development Initiative
Thursday, October 30, 2014
St Colmcilles East Meath GAA Club Development Initiative Help us build for our future!   On Friday the 17th October 2014 in the Neptune Bar, St Colmcilles launched our[...]
St Pats Donabate U11 Tournament
Sunday, October 26, 2014
St Pats Donabate U11 Tournament Sat Nov 15th Saturday the 15th of November will see our U11's attend the St Pat's Donabate U11 Tournament.  This promises to be a great[...]
U11′s Beat Dunshaughlin
Sunday, October 26, 2014
U11 Game 9 of Autumn Tour Dunshaughlin 1-6 St Colmcilles 3-6 Our U11's closed the 9 game Autumn Tour with an away game against big Meath rivals Dunshaughlin U11's  on[...]
Minors Reach Meath Div1 Final for First Time in 13 Years
Saturday, October 25, 2014
Meath Division 1 Minor Championship Semi-Final Summerhill 1-10 V St Colmcilles 1-13 Minors Reach Meath Div1 Final, the Meath Minor Championship semi-finals took place last Friday evening in a clear[...]
Men on the move gets going
Monday, October 20, 2014
The Men on the move Activity Programme is a 16 week long physical activity programme with a mixture of circuit training and core strength exercises, the St Colmcilles group completed[...]
St. Colmcilles Social Evening
Monday, October 20, 2014
St. Colmcilles GAA Club Social Evening St. Colmcilles would like to invite all our members and guests to a Community Social Evening in Reddan’s Neptune Bar, Bettystown on Friday the[...]
Colmcilles Personal Development Classes
Monday, October 20, 2014
St Colmcilles Personal Development Classes in association with the "How are you feeling today" programme are back in full swing this September starting with the very popular Mindfulness class that covers Relaxation[...]
Graham Reilly Halloween Camp
Monday, October 20, 2014
Graham Reilly Halloween Camp Tuesday 28th - Friday 31st Graham Reilly is hosting this years very popular Halloween Camp this October from Tuesday 28th to Friday 31st.   The Halloween Camp[...]
Flanagan to guide Offaly football forward
Pat Flanagan was ratified as Offaly senior and under-21 football manager at a meeting of the county board on Thursday night.

Tipperary confirm Ryan to succeed O'Shea
Tipperary County Board have ratified a proposal for Michael Ryan to succeed Eamon O'Shea as hurling manager, following the end of the latter's third and final season next year.

Cork's Aidan Walsh to focus on hurling in 2015
Cork star Aidan Walsh has chosen to represent Jimmy Barry-Murphy's hurlers rather than Brian Cuthbert's footballers next year.

Naomh Conaill appeal fails
Glenswilly will face St Eunan's in the Donegal SFC final on Sunday in Ballybofey after beaten semi-finalists Naomh Conaill failed in their appeal to the Donegal Competitions Control Committee against the result of last week's semi-final against the reigning county champions.

Earley: Aussies will be up for Test
Ireland manager Paul Earley reckons that Australia are going to take November's international rules Test seriously after last year's farcical second game.

Murphy to captain Ireland in Australia
Ireland International Rules manager Paul Earley has named his 25-man panel for the upcoming Test against Australia with Donegal's Michael Murphy captaining the side for the second time.

Burke, Walsh and O'Hanlon up for award
Galway's Sinead Burke, Cork's Angela Walsh and Armagh's Caroline O'Hanlon have all been nominated for the Ladies' Football Players' Player of the Year award.

Cork hurling coach Kingston to step down
Cork hurling manager Jimmy Barry-Murphy is on the search for a new coach after Kieran Kingston announced his intention to step down from his role as coach and selector with the Rebels.

Quinn: Team ethic was crucial to victory
St Vincent's full-forward Tomás Quinn has praised his side's team ethic following their Dublin SFC victory over St Oliver Plunkett's.

St Vincent's retain Dublin crown
St Vincent's are Dublin SF champions once more after defeating St Oliver Plunkett's 0-14 to 1-10 in the final at Parnell Park tonight.

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