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Cilles win IFC Final Replay against Dunderry
Sunday, October 23, 2016
[Report by] St Colmcille's proved too strong for Dunderry in Meade Potato IFC final replay at Pairc Tailteann on Saturday afternoon [22nd Oct] St Colmcille's ....... 1-12 Dunderry ...............[...]
U13’s Make it 5 wins from 5
Saturday, October 22, 2016
Meath U13 Division 1 League Round 5 St Colmcilles 4-17 (29) V Trim 2-3 (9) Round 5 of the Meath U13 League saw St Colmcilles host Trim who sat 3rd[...]
Strictly Cilles 2016 – 29th & 30th Dec – We need Dancers
Saturday, October 15, 2016
A Chairde - its back STRICLTY CILLES 2016 – please keep the 29th and 30th of December free as we are once again set to rock the City North Hotel.[...]
Cilles underage teams going well
Saturday, October 15, 2016
With all the excitement around our Men's Senior team and rightly so following the success of our Ladies Senior team, our underage teams are also in action and doing well[...]
UP FOR THE MATCH – tonight Sat in Gilnas from 8:30pm
Saturday, October 15, 2016
We are "Up For The Match" tonight in Gilnas in Laytown, as we relive our 1988 win over Dunderry and review the Big Match on Sunday. 'Throw-in' is at 8.30[...]
Unleashing the BLUE WAVE 16th & 30th Oct
Monday, October 10, 2016
16-10-16  Cilles v Dunderry in Intermediate Championship Final 30-10-16  Cilles v Na Fianna in Minor Championship Final   [...]
U13’s Terrific as they Beat Summerhill
Saturday, October 8, 2016
U13 Division 1 League  Round 4 St Colmcilles 2-18 V Summerhill 0-6 Round 4 saw top V 3rd take each other on in Piltown int he U13 Division 1 League[...]
Minors in Semi-Final, Wed 5th – Throw-in NOW in Dunshaughlin at 8:15pm
Wednesday, October 5, 2016
URGENT - Venue & Time changes to tonight's Minor Championship Semi-Final just announced (issues with lighting in Dunganny) Semi-Final will now be played in DUNSHAUGHLIN with a slightly later throw-in[...]
Round-up: Provincial & county club hurling finals
Slaughtneil created history when they became the first Derry club in history to claim the Ulster SHC title, beating two-time All-Ireland champions Loughgiel 2-14 to 1-13 in the final.

St Kiernan's take their first London SFC title
St Kiernan's won the London Senior Football Championship for the first time with a surprise seven-point victory over defending champions Tir Chonaill Gaels in Greenford on Sunday.

Results & reports: Sunday's GAA club action
Find out how all of the big club football and hurling games around the country panned out.

St Brigid's back on top in Roscommon
Two late goals helped St. Brigid's claim their 15th Roscommon senior football championship title in dramatic circumstances at Kiltoom, beating Padraig Pearses 2-14 to 2-7.

Patrickswell bridge long gap to win in Limerick
Patrickswell are back as kingpins of Limerick club hurling after a 1-26 to 1-7 point win over neighbours Ballybrown in the Gaelic Grounds.

Borris-Kilcotton capture first Laois hurling crown
There were joyous scenes in O'Moore Park as Borris-in-Ossory/Kilcotton won the Laois senior hurling title for the first time ever.

Ballygunner overpower Passage in Waterford final
A powerful second-half showing assured Ballygunner of a third successive Waterford SHC crown at Walsh Park, on a day when they simply had too much for neighbours Passage, as they prevailed on a 4-20 to 1-12 scoreline.

Kilmurry Ibrickane take Clare honours after replay
Kilmurry Ibrickane claimed their third Clare Senior Football Championship title of the decade and first in four years after finally seeing off Cratloe at the second attempt in Cusack Park.

Corofin defend Galway title
Nine points from Jason Leonard gave Corofin their fourth Galway SFC title in a row as they ran out 0-16 to 0-11 winners over Salthill-Knocknacrra.

Hughes the hero as St Rynagh's reign in Offaly
Twenty-three years and eight county final defeats later, St Rynagh's finally regained the Offaly senior hurling championship title in O'Connor Park after a late goal from man of the match Ronan Hughes wrapped up a 2-16 to 1-15 win over rivals Birr at the Tullamore stadium.

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