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U13’s Blitz in Killarney
Friday, September 22, 2017
  On Saturday 23rd September next the Dr Crokes GAA Club host the 6th Colm Cooper Invitational Tournament in Lewis Road. This tournament provides us with the opportunity to honour[...]
St. Colmcilles V’s Seneschalstown Round 4 SFC Championship
Tuesday, August 29, 2017
The old adage that  match’s not over til the fat lady sings could not have rung out more clearly as for the second time in this championship campaign the senior[...]
Juniors Brave run comes to an end
Monday, August 28, 2017
An understrength junior team put in a massive shift before going down to old rivals, Gaeil Colmcille from Kells in an entertaining Junior B Championship  QF on Sunday. With 25[...]
U14’s Beat Dunshaughlin To Claim Their 5th Division 1 Title In-a-Row
Monday, August 28, 2017
U14 Championship Final  St Colmcilles 4-12 V Dunshaughlin 3-7 The Paddy O'Brien Cup Final or the U14 Championship as its know to some saw the two best U14 sides in[...]
14’s Aiming For More Final Glory
Friday, August 25, 2017
U14 County Championship Final  St Colmcilles V Dunshaughlin Venue:Paddy O Brien Park, Navan Throw In:8pm The 2017 Paddy O'Brien Cup final or to many the U14 Championship Final will see[...]
U14’s Reach County Division 1 Final
Friday, August 25, 2017
U14 Championship Semi-Final  St Colmcilles 7-26 V Duleek/Bellewstown 2-6 The final this year for the Paddy O'Brien Cup otherwise known to some as the U14 Championship will see St Colmcilles[...]
Mens B League secure promotion
Wednesday, August 23, 2017
Congratulations to the Men's B league team on a successful conclusion to the Campaign tonight and promotion to Division 1 in 2018. The league final sees us face a[...]
U14 Division 1 Championship Semi-Final
Tuesday, August 22, 2017
U14 Division 1 Championship Semi-Final St Colcmilles V Duleek/Bellewstown Piltown Tuesday 22nd August  Throw In 6:45 Having beaten Walterstown in the quarter-final in comprehensive fashion our U14's now take on[...]
Aidan O'Shea dedicates win to lost team-mate
An emotional Aidan O'Shea held back tears as he remembered team-mate David Gavin and 12-year-old Faye Lavin in his speech after Breaffy claimed the Division 1A League title.

Éamonn Fitzmaurice's ratification falls foul of Ophelia
The Kerry County Board meeting scheduled for Monday night has been postponed by 48 hours due to Ex-Hurricane Ophelia.

Kevin Martin proposed as new Offaly hurling manager
Two-time All-Ireland medalist Kevin Martin looks set to be appointed the new Offaly hurling manager.

Mayo finalists will have three day prep for decider
Mayo GAA has confirmed that the semi-final replay between Castlebar Mitchels and Garrymore will take place on Wednesday evening, giving the winners just three days' rest ahead of the county final.

GAA Podcast: Tipp aim for football's top table
On this week's RTÉ GAA podcast, Damian Lawlor visits a county that is looking to take a step towards football's top table in 2018, Tipperary.

Bradley goal squeezes Slaughtneil past dogged Kilcoo
Slaughtneil's Ulster Club SFC title defence remains on track after a bruising victory over Down champions Kilcoo on Sunday.

Stalemate in thrilling Clare hurling final
Neighbours Sixmilebridge and Clooney-Quin couldn't be separated in Clare county final

Cork final ends in a draw as St Finbarr's fight back
Despite trailing by eight points in the first half and by seven early in the second period, St Finbarr's earned a draw as Stephen Sherlock scored the last three points in the Cork SFC final at Páirc Uí Chaoimh on Sunday.

Portlaoise reclaim county crown beating Ballylinan
Portlaoise were crowned Laois senior football champions for the 33rd time thanks to a 12-point win over Ballylinan in O'Moore Park.

Scotstown power to impressive Monaghan triumph
Scotstown completed the much coveted Monaghan SFC three in a row in Clones but they were never really stretched by Magheracloone in what was overall a fairly low key final with the result assured some time before the finish.

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