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Applications for Team Managers/Coaches for Boys U12-U19 NOW OPEN, CLOSING 11th December.
Tuesday, December 6, 2016
Applications are now open for the role of team managers/coaches for all boys underage competitive teams from u12-u19 If you have an interest in applying for any positions or assist[...]
James Conlon, Meath GAA Young Player of the Year
Tuesday, December 6, 2016
Congratulations to Minor and Senior player James Conlon who has been awarded the Meath GAA Young Player of the Year.[...]
Graine Rice, Meath LGFA Junior A Player of the Year
Tuesday, December 6, 2016
Congratulations to Graine Rice who received the award of Meath LGFA Junior A Player of the Year recently.[...]
Girls make Meath U16 and Minor panels for 2017
Tuesday, December 6, 2016
Congratulations to Alannah and Hannah who have made the Meath u16 panel for 2017 & Lauren Collier who has been selected for the Meath minor panel for 2017!![...]
County star Graham Reilly and ex-Munster flanker Niall Ronan help Meath club to Leinster title
Tuesday, December 6, 2016
A LAST MINUTE free from Ben Brennan secured the Leinster IFC club title for Meath side St Colmcille’s yesterday. Westmeath champions Rosemount, aided by a 38th minute goal from David[...]
U13’s Crowned Division 1 County Champions
Sunday, November 27, 2016
U13 Division 1 County Final  St Colmcilles 4-7 (19) V O'Mahonys 0-3 St Colmcilles incredible year continued unabated when in a weekend when their Seniors were crowned Leinster Intermediate Champions,[...]
Brilliant 13’s Beat Ratoath To Reach Division 1 Final
Sunday, November 13, 2016
U13 Division 1 League  Round 6 Ratoath 1-6 V St Colmcilles 5-13 Round 6 of the U13 Division 1 League saw St Colmcilles U13's travel to Ratoath.  A win would[...]
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 ...............[...]
14-man Leinster see off Connacht challenge
Leinster lost Kilkenny star Colin Fennelly to a red card but still managed to fend off the challenge of Connacht in this afternoon's Inter-provincial hurling semi-final clash in Nenagh.

Fixture changes to Interprovincial games
Due to the funeral of Ulster GAA Secretary, Danny Murphy, the Ulster v Munster Interprovincial football semi-final will now take place on Sunday next in Parnell Park at 2.00pm.

RTÉ secures 31 live matches in latest GAA deal
RTÉ will screen 31 live championship matches on television and have secured exclusive radio coverage as part of the new five-year broadcasting rights deal agreed with the GAA.

Connolly and Farrell honoured by Leinster GAA
Dublin footballer Diarmuid Connolly and Kilkenny hurler Jonjo Farrell have been named as the inaugural winners of the Pearse Medal for 2016.

Roscommon backroom team takes shape
Roscommon football manager Kevin McStay has appointed former Kerry goalkeeper Declan O'Keefe and former Republic of Ireland underage star David Joyce to his backroom team for 2017.

Fitzgerald: Leaving Clare post was easy in the end
As he prepares to send Wexford into battle in the New Year, former Clare manager Davy Fitzgerald has revealed that it didn't take him long to make the decision that his time was up with the Banner County, while also referencing an agenda in his native county.

GAA mourns passing of Mick Roche and Danny Murphy
Three-time All-Ireland winner Mick Roche has died at the age of 73, while Ulster secretary Danny Murphy has also passed away.

Comer confident Armstrong can inspire Galway
Damien Comer has hailed the return of Sean Armstrong to the Galway senior football ranks, calling the Salthill-Knocknacarra man "a clinical forward" that would boost the Tribesmen's firepower.

Ryan McHugh: Every game against Dublin a cup final
Donegal's Ryan McHugh says that every game against Dublin is "the biggest match" after the Sky Blues' "phenomenal" achievement of winning back-to-back All-Ireland titles.

Jack McCaffrey eager to don Dublin jersey again
Former Footballer of the Year Jack McCaffrey is itching to get back into the Dublin squad next year but admits he is yet to hear if he is in manager Jim Gavin's plans.

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