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U11′s Make It 3-In-A Row Tournament Wins
Sunday, August 31, 2014
St Eunans U11 Tournament St Colmcilles U11's hot on the heels of winning the Kilmacud U11 and O'Rahillys U11 Tournaments headed to St Eunans in Letterkenny for their annual hosting[...]
Colmcilles Monthly Newsletter Due out today
Thursday, August 28, 2014
August was an action packed month Do you remember this? The August version of the Colmcilles Newsletter will be updated and sent out today, anyone who is not on the[...]
St Colmcilles U11 Tournament – Sunday Sept 28th
Wednesday, August 27, 2014
St Colmcilles 2014 U11 Tournament September 28th - 11am Welcome to the page dedicated to this years 16 Team U11 Football Tournament. This years tournament promises to be a great[...]
St Colmcilles Men on the Move Information Nights a huge success!
Tuesday, August 26, 2014
Meath Local Sports Partnership in association with the HSE organised a lifestyle advice information evening at St Colmcilles Bettystown, to kick start the Men on the Move Project and the[...]
1st /2nd Class Schools Coaching Rota 2014/2015
Monday, August 25, 2014
Schools 1st/2nd Class Schools Coaching Rota 2014/15 Our "Club and School, Gaelic is Cool ! " Schools Coaching Programme is now heading into year 6/7.  In those 6 years we[...]
St Colmcilles U14 Boys Win Div 2 Final v Senchalstown
Monday, August 25, 2014
      Well done to u14 boys on winning the Div 2 Summer League final over Senchalstown 5-10 to 3-11, yesterday in Duleek. In a storming second half, they[...]
New Leader in U11 Blocking Competition
Monday, August 25, 2014
Blocking in Gaelic Football is a fine art and our U11 competiton is fast heating up with Godfrey Ehichoya leap frogging the previous leaders to go top after a[...]
U11′s Win O’Rahillys Tournament
Monday, August 25, 2014
O'Rahillys U11 Tournament 2014 Our U11's are fast filling the trophy cabinet and added the O'Rahillys U11 Tournament to the collection when the beat the hosts in the final 1-5[...]
Credit due to younger Kerry players, says O'Mahony
Senior Kerry footballers have paid tribute to the younger members of the squad who stepped up to the plate to help the Kingdom to another All-Ireland final.

Gavin: Donegal were justifiable victors
Dublin manager Jim Gavin was offering no excuses following his side's defeat to Donegal in the All-Ireland semi-final at Croke Park.

McGuinness: Lack of faith in Donegal justified
His team may have sent the bookmakers running for cover but Jim McGuinness reckoned the long odds on a Donegal win over Dublin in the All-Ireland semi-final were spot on.

McHugh: We knew we could reach the final
Ryan McHugh says Donegal always believed that they could reach the All-Ireland final, despite raging-hot favourites Dublin standing in their way.

McGuinness: 'We came to play football'
Donegal manager Jim McGuinness hailed his team's development after their stunning All-Ireland semi-final win over Dublin.

Rumours of Brogan's retirement greatly exaggerated
Reports of Alan Brogan's retirement from inter-county football are not true, says the Dublin forward himself.

Masterful Donegal claim place in final
Donegal stunned All-Ireland champions Dublin with a 3-14 to 0-17 win at Croke Park to set up a meeting with Kerry in the All-Ireland SFC final.

McStay hints at interest in Mayo job
Kevin McStay has said that he will "expect a phone call" in relation to the vacant Mayo job in the wake of James Horan's decision to step down.

Video: McStay critical of referee Reilly
Cormac Reilly's handling of the Kerry v Mayo All-Ireland SFC semi-final replay has come in for much criticism from RTÉ analyst Kevin McStay.

Donegal pip Dubs to reach minor decider
Donegal are through to their first ever All-Ireland Minor Football Championship final after they beat Dublin iby a point n a brilliant semi-final at Croke Park.

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