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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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Men on the move gets going
Monday, October 20, 2014
The Men on the move Activity Programme is a 16 week long physical activity programme with a mixture of circuit training and core strength exercises, the St Colmcilles group completed[...]
St. Colmcilles Social Evening
Monday, October 20, 2014
St. Colmcilles GAA Club Social Evening St. Colmcilles would like to invite all our members and guests to a Community Social Evening in Reddan’s Neptune Bar, Bettystown on Friday the[...]
Colmcilles Personal Development Classes
Monday, October 20, 2014
St Colmcilles Personal Development Classes in association with the "How are you feeling today" programme are back in full swing this September starting with the very popular Mindfulness class that covers Relaxation[...]
Graham Reilly Halloween Camp
Monday, October 20, 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[...]
U11′s Play Great in Game 8 of Autumn Tour
Monday, October 20, 2014
U11 Game 8 of 9 Game Tour St Colmcilles Team A  0-14 V Skerries Harps 3-5 St Colmcilles Team B 6-11 V Skerries Harps 2-1 Skerries Harps were the visitors[...]
New Leaders in U11 Blocking Competition, One Week to Go
Monday, October 20, 2014
U11 Leaders Blocking Table With just one game to go, the U11 Blocking competition is going to have a very tight and tense finish.   After some great blocking displays at[...]
U11′s Lose Final to Ballinteer at Host U11 Tournament
Saturday, October 4, 2014
St Colmcilles U11 Tournament Our U11's have travelled all around Leinster and Ulster for the last 3 years and it was only fitting that we hosted our own big U11[...]
U13′s Chasing Home Semi-Final Spot
Saturday, October 4, 2014
U13 Football League Division 1 Our U13's are blazing the League right now and are unbeaten with a winning 4 from 4 in matches to date in the U13 League. [...]
Carew appointed Sligo football manager
Niall Carew has been named as Sligo senior and Under-21 football manager.

Bergin: Losing O'Shea would be step backwards
All Star nominee Kieran Bergin says Tipperary would be taking a "massive step backwards" if Eamon O'Shea was not kept on as manager.

Miskella: Ballincollig win tops everything
Former Cork star John Miskella has described winning a county football title with his club Ballincollig as the "best sporting feeling" he's had during his long career.

Reilly to miss out on Royals' league campaign
Meath captain Kevin Reilly is likely to miss the Royals' entire 2015 Allianz Football League campaign.

Hurling round-up: Kilmallock claim Limerick title
Among the day's county final winners were Kilmallock who defeated reigning champions Na Piarsaigh to take the Limerick SHC title while in Offaly Kilcormac/Killoughey won their third county title in a row.

Football round-up: Corofin and Crossmaglen shine
Corofin and Crossmaglen defended their county championship crowns in emphatic style as they brushed aside overmatched opposition in the All-Ireland Senior Club Football Championship on Sunday.

Joyce relieved to get another chance
Rower-Inistioge defender Kieran Joyce said he is relieved his side are still in the Kilkenny senior hurling championship after Sunday's 0-12 to 0-12 draw with Carrickshock.

Collins: I was given ultimatum
Podge Collins has confirmed that he was given an ultimatum by the Clare hurling management ahead of his decision to commit to the Banner's footballers next year.

Lundy delighted with back-to-back Galway titles
Corofin's Michael Lundy was overjoyed to pick up back-to-back county titles after his side's resounding 5-12 to 0-09 win over St Michael's at St Jarlath's Park in Tuam.

Sparrow: Kilmallock came out of their shells
Ger 'Sparrow' O'Loughlin has hailed his Kilmallock side's hunger in beating hot favourites Na Piarsaigh to take the Limerick SHC title.

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