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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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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[...]
Kelloggs Cul Camp in St. Colmcilles
Thursday, June 29, 2017
Graham Reilly is once again hosting the Cul Camp in Piltown this summer. Our first camp is on 17th-21st July and is fully booked out. We still have places available on[...]
U14’s Power Past Ratoath to Make Division 1 Final
Tuesday, June 27, 2017
U14 Division 1 League Semi-Final Ratoath 5-0 (15)  V St Colmcilles 2-16(22) Our U14's made it 5 successive Division 1 Finals in a row as they aim for what would[...]
Feile 2017 – U14 Schedule
Thursday, June 15, 2017
ALL-IRELAND DIVISION 1 FEILE 2017 The 2017 Feile begins in earnest next week with our U14's travelling to host club Monaghan Harps. The Feile, the blue ribbon competition at Juvenile[...]
Cooney Cup Final Preview
Wednesday, June 7, 2017
The Cooney Cup Final Preview Whitecross NS ( Julianstown) V Realt Na Mara NS ( Donacarney) [...]
Corn Cois Farraige Schools Final Preview
Wednesday, June 7, 2017
Corn Cois Farraige Schools Final Scoil Sporaid Naomh ( Bettystown) V St Pats NS ( Stamullen) [...]
Realt Na Mara Make it Back to Back Cooney Cup Finals
Friday, June 2, 2017
Cooney Cup Semi-Final Realt Na Mara 1-14(17) V Duleek Boys NS 2-9(11)  Having just caught our breathe after the first semi-final, the 2nd saw current holders Realt Na Mara take[...]
RTÉ increases Irish language commentary matches
RTÉ has announced a significant increase in the number of Irish-language commentary matches provided for the 2017 GAA All-Ireland Championships.

At a Glance: Weekend Championship action
The new Páirc Uí Chaoimh makes its debut as it hosts the All-Ireland hurling quarter-finals, while in football beaten provincial finalists Cork and Galway face Mayo and Donegal respectively in Round 4B of the qualifiers, writes James McMahon.

Feely and McKernan black cards rescinded
In-form Kildare midfielder Kevin Feely is available for selection for the All-Ireland Football Round 4B qualifier against Armagh after his black card offence in the Leinster Final was rescinded.

Tomás Ó Sé's weekend football predictions
Tomás Ó Sé looks ahead to the Round 4B football qualifiers this Saturday where Cork and Mayo meet at the Gaelic Grounds and Galway and Donegal clash at Markievicz Park.

Do-or-die battles beckon at new-look Páirc Uí Chaoimh
Páirc Uí Chaoimh reopens for business with the staging of the All-Ireland hurling quarter-finals, with Richie Power going for Tipperary and Waterford to once again reach the last four in the race for Liam MacCarthy.

Duignan backing Tipperary and Waterford to advance
Michael Duignan expects reigning champions Tipperary and a resurgent Waterford to emerge victorious this weekend and reach the All-Ireland hurling semi-finals.

GAA Digest: Three changes for the Banner and Tipp
Both Clare and Tipperary shows three changes to their starting line-ups for Saturday's All-Ireland SHC quarter-final at Páirc Uí Chaoimh.

Connors expects massive game against favourites Wexford
Waterford's Noel Connors belives the influence of Davy Fitzgerald will see the Slaneysiders go in as favourites for Sunday's All-Ireland hurling quarter-final at Páirc Uí Chaoimh.

Derry youngster Glass set for Aussie Rules debut
Former Derry minor football star Conor Glass looks set to make his AFL debut after being called up to the senior panel with Hawthorn.

Tyrrell: Tension ramping up for quarter-final clashes
The business end of the hurling championship is upon us with this weekend's quarter-final clashes between Clare and Tipperary and Wexford and Waterford.

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