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U11 Blocking Competition Has New Leader
Wednesday, September 17, 2014
U11 Blocking Competition After another week, we have a new leader in the U11 Top Blockers Competition with Godfrey Ehichoya overtaking leader Sean O'Donoghue to lead by 2 blocks after[...]
Seniors Come Up Short V Castleown in Championship
Tuesday, September 16, 2014
Castletown 1-18 St Colmcilles 2-11 Castletown booked their place in the last 4 of the Meade Potatoes Intermediate Football Championship with a hard fought win over a determined St. Colmcilles[...]
Latest Schools Coaching Rota – 1st/2nd Class
Monday, September 15, 2014
Latest Schools Coaching Rota There are only 3 slots left on our 1s and 2nd class schools coaching rota.   Thanks to all our coaches who have committed to this programme.  [...]
Graham Reilly Halloween Camp
Friday, September 12, 2014
Graham Reilly Halloween Camp Tuesday 28th - Friday 31st Graham Reilly is hosting this years very popular Halloween Camp this October from Tuesday 28th to Friday 31st.   The Halloween Camp[...]
Schoools 1st-2nd Class Coaching Calendar
Monday, September 8, 2014
1st & 2nd Class Schools Calendar 2014/2015 This years 2014/15 1st and 2nd class coaching commences this Wednesday 10th with coaching in Scoil Oilibheir Naofa.   The calendar of coaching across[...]
1st/2nd Class Schools Coaching Rota 2014/15
Monday, September 8, 2014
1st/2nd Class Schools Coaching Rota 2014/2015 Our sincere thanks to all the coaches who have volunteered their time across our 1st and 2nd Class Schools Coaching Rota.  Our "Club and[...]
U11′s Beat Kilmacud Crokes
Monday, September 8, 2014
U11 Friendly Kilmacud Crokes 3-6 V St Colmcilles 5-6 [caption id="attachment_14014" align="aligncenter" width="592"] U11's and old rivals Kilmacud Crokes went at it hammer and tong Sunday evening in Stillorgan in[...]
U11 Blocking Competition – New Leader
Monday, September 8, 2014
U11 Blocking Competition Our U11 blocking competition saw Sean O'Donoghue retake the lead from last weeks leader Godfrey Ehichoya.  Can he stay top until the end of October ?.  In[...]
McGuinness: 'Our collective wasn't good enough'
Jim McGuinness feels Donegal were not up to the level required to compete adequately in an All-Ireland final.

Kerry defeat Donegal to reclaim All-Ireland title
Kerry won their 37th All-Ireland Football Championship title and their first since 2009 with a 2-09 to 0-12 victory over Donegal at Croke Park.

Victory just as sweet on sideline for Fitzmaurice
Kerry boss Eamonn Fitzmaurice said the experience of winning his first All-Ireland title as a manager was just as sweet as the three he won as a player.

VIDEO: 'Joe Brolly, what do you think of that?'
Kerry hero Kieran Donaghy felt his side answered their critics by beating Donegal to win their first All-Ireland title in five years.

Ó Sé hails Fitzmaurice influence
Kerry's Marc Ó Sé said the steadying influence of manager Eamonn Fitzmaurice was a key factor in their 37th All-Ireland Football Championship success at Croke Park this afternoon.

Kerry win first minor title in 20 years
Kerry won their first All-Ireland Minor Football Championship title since 1994 when they beat Donegal 0-17 to 1-10 in Sunday's final at Croke Park.

VIDEO: The rise of statistical analysis in GAA
Brendan Cole speaks to Ray Boyne, former head of performance analysis for the Dublin footballers, about the impact of statistics on the modern game.

Casey takes All-Ireland handball title
Twenty-year-old Cork sensation Catriona Casey has completed a three-in-a-row of All-Ireland 60×30 senior singles successes after she saw off Limerick left-hander Martina McMahon in straight games in the final at Abbeylara.

Analysis: Donegal's system can edge Kingdom
Donegal's belief in the system and the greater experience they can call on from the bench can see them land a third All-Ireland football title, writes Martin Carney.

Dublin footballer Cooper suffers knife attack
Dublin football star Jonny Cooper has been released from hospital after he was the victim of a knife attack in the capital in the early hours of this morning.

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