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U16 Final Countdown – A look back
Thursday, May 25, 2017
As our U16s look forward to the Division 1 final in Dunganny on Saturday 27th May @ 4pm, we thought we would have a brief look back at their journey[...]
U16 Div1 Final – 16th Man Needed
Thursday, May 25, 2017
Our U16s are in the Div1 U16 final this Sat 27th May at 4pm in Dunganny against Ashbourne. This team compete in an ultra competitive age group and indeed since[...]
Cooney Cup & Corn Cois Farraige Semi-Finals
Monday, May 15, 2017
Cooney Cup & Corn Cois Farraige Cup Semi-Final Fixtures 2017 [...]
Golf Classic 26th May
Sunday, May 14, 2017
We're looking for teams of 4 to enter our Golf classic at the end of May. We are hoping for a fun day for all participants and to raise[...]
Cooney Cup Round 5 Preview
Thursday, May 11, 2017
Gun’s n’ Roses Fundraiser
Monday, May 8, 2017
Lá Na gClubanna – Family Fun Day
Wednesday, May 3, 2017
If We are delighted to announce our Family fun day this Sunday in Piltown to celebrate Lá Na gClubanna. All are welcome, whether you're a member or not, whether[...]
All-Ireland Feile Barbecue – Sunday May 7th Piltown
Monday, May 1, 2017
All-Ireland Feile Fund Raising Barbecue Sunday May 7th - Piltown  [...]
Cork avoid massive shock as they edge out Waterford
Cork had to shoot two points in stoppage time to prevent one of the biggest shocks ever as a brave Waterford effort came up just short in a dramatic Munster SFC quarter-final at Fraher Field in Dungarvan.

Offaly gain revenge and advance beating Westmeath
Twelve months ago, the Leinster senior hurling championship exploded at the start of the round robin series when Westmeath rocked the hurling world with a fourteen-point win over Offaly at TEG Cusack Park.

Tomás Ó Sé: Don't write off Tyrone in race for Sam
Tomás Ó Sé believes Tyrone are still contenders for Sam Maguire despite a disappointing finish to their league campaign.

GAA Digest: Five changes for Tyrone
Tyrone manager Mickey Harte has made five changes to his team for Sunday's Ulster quarter-final showdown with Derry from the side that took the field in their last League game.

At a glance: Championship weekend
After their demolition of Tipperary in the league final, much focus will be on Galway as they get their Leinster hurling campaign underway against Dublin, while in football Tyrone begin their defence in Ulster on a weekend of action in all four provinces.

Duignan: Wexford must be wary of 'tricky' Laois test
Michael Duignan is concerned Wexford could be walking into a Laois ambush in their Leinster SHC quarter-final at O'Moore Park on Sunday.

Lee Chin: Davy Fitzgerald in remote control of Wexford
Lee Chin has revealed that Davy Fitzgerald is still having "an impact" on his Wexford side, despite an eight-week ban restricting the manager to contacting his players via mobile phone.

Pressure of sorts on Cody and Harte to deliver
We assess the challenges facing the country's longest serving inter-county GAA managers, Brian Cody and Mickey Harte, as they embark on another championship campaign.

Tipp sweating on Comerford after club red card
Tipperary could be without All Star nominee Evan Comerford for their Munster SFC semi-final next month after the goalkeeper was sent off for a dispute with a referee in a club game.

Tyrone have firepower to deal with Derry threat
Outside of the top four or five counties, Tyrone have as good a bunch of forwards as there is about and I expect them to be good enough to win on Sunday

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