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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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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
http://www.localstreaming.club/ffinals17/[...]
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[...]
St Colmcilles through to IFC Final after win over Pomeroy
Wednesday, February 1, 2017
The scoring of James Conlon, experience of Graham Reilly and a superb goal from Conor O'Byrne set up St Colmcille's march into the final yesterday. The Royal County side showed[...]
McGinn sidelined by cruciate injury
Monaghan forward Barry McGinn will miss the rest of the season after suffering a cruciate knee injury while on underage duty for the Oriel County on Sunday.

Philip Jordan: GAA changes need to go further
There's no point in change for the sake of change – and I think that's what the GAA are doing with their new Championship proposals. They don't go far enough.

Next GAA president: all five contenders profiled
Ahead of the GAA Annual Congress, RTÉ.ie speaks to each of the candidates for the presidency and asks them three key questions about why they should get the job and what they would do if they are elected on Friday night.

Ryan takes year out from Clare on medical advice
Clare joint-managers Donal Moloney and Gerry O'Connor will be without the services of Conor Ryan for the 2017 season after the versatile Cratloe man was advised to take a year out on medical advice.

Power: 'I didn't think I'd play Croke Park again'
Richie Power reflects on winning a club All-Ireland when he thought his hurling days were finished and Kilkenny's poor start to the Allianz League.

CPA critical of 'Super 8' motion and RTÉ coverage
The Club Players Association (CPA) has criticised the new GAA 'Super 8' proposals to revamp the football Championship and RTÉ's 'blatant' promotion of the motion.

Mayo hit with Keane cruciate injury blow
Just 24 hours after leading Westport out at Croke Park for Sunday's All-Ireland Intermediate club football final, Mayo defender Kevin Keane was told his season was over due to a cruciate ligament injury.

Meet the candidates: GAA presidential race
This weekend's GAA Congress at Croke Park will see the association elect its 39th president.and the five candidates outline what they would bring to the role.

Game of the week: Cuala v Slaughtneil
A historic first ever All-Ireland Club Senior Hurling Championship final place awaits the winner of Saturday's semi-final between Dublin's Cuala and Derry's Slaughtneil.

Injury forces Neil Gallagher into retirement
Donegal midfielder Neil Gallagher has called time on his inter-county career at the age of 33 due to a persistent back injury.

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