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U13 Meath/Kildare Division 1 League Semi-Final
Friday, August 5, 2016
U13 Meath/Kildare Division 1 League Semi-Final The semi-finals and finals of the U13 Kildare and Meath League take place this Sunday August 7th and with two great semi-finals in store[...]
U13’s Lose Round 4 Leinster Game to Naas
Friday, August 5, 2016
U13 Meath/Kildare League Round 4 Naas V St Colmcilles Due to Carbury/Allenwoods surprise defeat of Dunshaughlin this Round 4 game was essentially a dead rubber with our U13's guaranteed top[...]
3rd & 4th Class School Blitz Dates
Thursday, August 4, 2016
3rd & 4th Class Blitz Dates 3rd and 4th Class Gaelic Football is an integral part of the St Colmcilles "Club and School, Gaelic is Cool !" Schools Coaching Programme[...]
Cooney Cup & Corn Cois Farraige School Fixtures 2017
Thursday, August 4, 2016
Cooney Cup & Corn Cois Farraige Cup Fixtures 2017 Cooney Schools Cup 2017  - Round 1 Fixtures Date Team 1 Team 2 Venue Throw In Referee  20/1/17 Bellewstown/Hanover Realt Na[...]
1st/2nd Class Schools Rota 2016-17
Thursday, August 4, 2016
2016/2017 1st & 2nd Class Schools Rota We are now in our 9th year of our wonderful "Club & School, Gaelic is Cool !"  Schools Coaching Programme.  A programme that[...]
Impressive 13’s Beat Carbury/Allenwood In Leinster League
Sunday, July 17, 2016
U13 Meath/Kildare Leinster League Round 3 St Colmcilles 12-18 V Carbury/Allenwood 2-5 Round 3 of the Meath/Kildare U13 League saw visitors Carbury/Allenwood to Gormonston College to take on St Colmcilles[...]
U13’s Fine Form Continues In R2 Win Over Maynooth
Thursday, July 7, 2016
U13 Meath/Kildare Leinster Division 1 League Round 2 Maynooth  5-7 (22) V St Colmcilles 7-17 (38) Round 2 of the Leinster U13 League saw our U13's travel to Maynooth.  After[...]
U13’s Beat Celbridge in Round 1 of Leinster League
Thursday, July 7, 2016
U13 Meath/Kildare Leinster Division 1 League St Colmcilles  4-13 V Celbridge 4-10 The opening Round of the Meath/Kildare like saw St Colmcilles U13's take on Kildare side Celbridge in Piltown.[...]
Dublin and Mayo ladies battle for final place
Rarely has a match been more highly anticipated than the meeting of Dublin and Mayo in the TG4 Senior Championship semi-final.

Dublin boss Jim Gavin not taking Kerry lightly
It may be seven years since Dublin last suffered a defeat to Kerry in the All-Ireland SFC, but manager Jim Gavin insists that complacency is never a factor when any team faces the Kingdom.

Fitzmaurice insists Kerry are ready for Dublin
Kerry football manager Éamonn Fitzmaurice has dismissed claims that his side's straight-forward route to the All-Ireland semi-final has left them ill-prepared for a meeting with Dublin.

Christie: Recent Dubs dominance counts for little
Former Dublin player Paddy Christie believes Dublin's recent dominance of arch-rivals Kerry will count for little when the sides meet in Sunday's All-Ireland semi-final.

GAA Podcast: Acheson backs Tipp to come again
Tipperary's inspirational captain Peter Acheson admitted he may have played his last game for his county, but believes the Premier County will line up in an All-Ireland SFC final within the next "five or six years".

Harte set to continue in Tyrone until 2018
Mickey Harte looks set to add another year to his current Tyrone term, which would keep the Errigal Ciarán man in charge of the Red Hand until 2018.

Cian Ward: Kerry don't have firepower to beat Dubs
Former Meath forward Cian Ward believes Kerry do not possess the firepower to beat Dublin, and rubbished any suggestion that there's a vulnerability in the reigning champions' full-back line.

Casey hails resolve of long-suffering Mayo stars
Former Mayo forward John Casey has hailed the county's resolve after they reached a third All-Ireland final in five years with their weekend victory over Tipperary.

John Brudair stands aside as Limerick manager
Limerick are looking for a new senior football manager after incumbent John Brudair chose not to go forward for another term.

Offalyman Brian Gavin to ref All-Ireland SHC final
Offaly referee Brian Gavin will take charge of the All-Ireland SHC final between Tipperary and Kilkenny.

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