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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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U14’s Down Douglas in Portlaoise
Thursday, February 23, 2017
U14 Divison 1 Football Douglas (Cork) 1-11 (14) v St Colmcilles 2-17(23)  [caption id="attachment_21288" align="aligncenter" width="611"] St Colmcilles U14's who beat Cork Champions Douglas last weekend in Park Ratheskia GAA[...]
Croke Park – Not the result we wanted, but a heroes performance
Tuesday, February 21, 2017
Huge crowds travelled to Dublin on Sunday to support our lads in the final. There was an air of excitement in East Meath for the 3 weeks in the run[...]
Download New East Meath Schools GAA App
Friday, February 17, 2017
New East Meath GAA Schools App We kindly encourage , schools, coaches, club members and anyone else interested to  download the new East Meath Schools App which will keep you[...]
Cooney Cup Round 2 Round Up
Thursday, February 16, 2017
Cooney Cup Round 2 Gaelscoil an Bhradain Feasa 3-11(14) V Bellewstown/Mount Hanover 0-13   The brilliance of the Cooney Cup was there for all to see at the Round 2[...]
Cilles v Senchalstown, U17 Meath League Div 1 – Fri 17th
Tuesday, February 14, 2017
  Our U17 team commence their campaign in the 2017 Meath Division 1 League this Friday 17th in Piltown with throw-in of 7:30pm. With 8 strong teams making up this[...]
Watch the All Ireland here
Monday, February 13, 2017
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U14 Friendly Fixture Schedule
Thursday, February 9, 2017
U14 Football Friendly Schedule Our U14's next match is at home to Naas this Sunday in Piltown.  The following Saturday the U14's then travel to Park Ratheniska GAA club outside[...]
All Ireland Final
Monday, February 6, 2017
Its with great excitement that we look forward to traveling to Croke Park on the 19th February to cheer on our men in the All Ireland Final. The game kicks[...]
Football final could be before hurling in 2018
Next year's All-Ireland finals are likely to be on the last two Sundays in August following GAA Annual Congress's landmark Championship restructuring at the weekend – and football could be before hurling.

McConville believes GPA 'slept-in' on Super 8 move
Former Armagh footballer Oisín McConville believes that the Gaelic Players Association left it much too late to voice their opposition to the GAA's new Super 8 initiative, which will replace the All-Ireland quarter-finals.

RTÉ GAA podcast – Congress approves the Super 8
On this week's RTÉ Sport GAA Podcast Damian Lawlor is joined by guests Oisin McConville, Michael Rice, Sean Kelly and Michael Duignan.

Spillane: Moving finals 'ridiculous and stupid'
The motion to bring forward the All-Ireland finals in both football and hurling was passed by an overwhelming majority at Congress on Saturday, but the decision has infuriated RTÉ pundit Pat Spillane.

McGeeney: Division 3 tests toughening up Armagh
Armagh manager Kieran McGeeney believes the competitive nature of Division 3 will be ideal preparation for his side ahead of the Ulster Championship campaign in the summer.

Dublin 'grit' delights Jim Gavin
Dublin manager Jim Gavin was "proud" of the resilience his side showed in the Allianz Football League draw with Donegal that took their unbeaten run to 32 games.

O'Rourke praises Monaghan character as they go top
Malachy O'Rourke has praised the character of his Monaghan side after they came from behind to win away to Kerry in their Allianz League Division 1 clash.

Murphy's late point earns parity for Donegal
Donegal came ever so close to ending Dublin's long unbeaten run but at the final whistle had to settle for a draw in Sunday's Allianz FL Division 1 clash in Ballybofey

Cian O'Neill fumes at controversial Derry winner
Kildare manager Cian O'Neill was left "frustrated" after a controversial late goal for Derry condemned the Lilywhites to defeat at Celtic Park.

Kelly pleased as Louth continue promotion push
Louth manager Colin Kelly was in understandably good form after watching his side win their third game in a row in Division 3 of the Allianz League.

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