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Gala Ball Awards Ceremony
Wednesday, January 18, 2017
St Colmcilles invites you to join us to celebrate the medals won by our adult Mens, Ladies and Minor teams in 2016 at a Gala Ball on the 18th March in CityNorth Hotel. All[...]
U14’s Dig In To Beat Magherafelt in Terrific Contest
Monday, January 16, 2017
U14 Friendly  Magherafelt O 'Donovan Rossa (Derry) 5-14 (29) V St Colmcilles ( Meath) 7-10 (31) St Colmcilles U14's travelled to the very impressive facilities at the Mid Ulster Sports[...]
Drogheda Indo Team & player of Year Vote
Tuesday, January 10, 2017
We're very proud to say that we've been nominated in both categories in the Drogheda Independent sports awards for 2016. For the outstanding year that we've had, we're both delighted[...]
All-Ireland Intermediate Semi-Final Details
Tuesday, January 10, 2017
St. Colmcilles will take on Pomeroy in the All Ireland Semi Final on the 29th January in the Athletic grounds in Armagh at 14.15. Victory will lead us to an All Ireland[...]
Biggy – Meath Captain 2017
Tuesday, January 10, 2017
  Today it was announced that our own Biggy Reilly has followed Bob O’Malley to become the second St. Colmcilles man to Captain the Meath Team. Hopefully he’ll be as successful[...]
U14’s V Magherafelt
Saturday, January 7, 2017
U14 Football The U14's begin their preparation for the 2017 season with a 6 game tour of Irelands leading U14 teams commencing Sunday week with a trip to the Tyrone[...]
Ras na hÉireann 2017
Saturday, January 7, 2017
Ras na hÉireann 2017 For anyone interested in some team building or general running, St Colmcilles underage teams have been supporting this event for many years and is always a[...]
Cooney Cup & Corn Cois Farraige Start January 20th
Saturday, January 7, 2017
Cooney Cup & Corn Cois Farraige Cup Fixtures 2017  The 2017 Schools GAA competitions commence in earnest this January 20th with 1st Round ties in St Pats Stamullen and St[...]
At a glance: Sunday's pre-season GAA action
Things are beginning to take shape in the provincial competitions, with Sunday seeing the McGrath Cup final and the semi-finals in both the Connacht FBD League and O'Byrne Cup.

All-Ireland-winning former Cat to hurl for Kildare
Former Kilkenny All-Ireland winner John Mulhall has returned to inter-county hurling and will play for Kildare in the 2017 National League and Christy Ring Cup competitions.

Canning dreaming of glory in 'younger man's game'
Joe Canning is on the comeback trail and dreaming of delivering Liam MacCarthy to Galway this summer, though he admits the ferocious intensity of inter-county hurling is increasingly making it a "younger man's game".

Wexford edge out Dublin to secure semi-final spot
Davy Fitzgerald's Wexford continued on their winning ways with a three-point win over Dublin in the Walsh Cup – a result that sees them qualify for the semi-final.

RESULTS: Thursday's GAA action
Get the final scores from Thursday's games on a night where Wexford beat Dublin to qualify for the Walsh Cup semi-final.

Dublin reportedly close to completing Spawell deal
Dublin county board are expected to seal a deal to develop a 25,000 capacity stadium on the south of the city by the end of the month.

McKenna Cup: Tyrone progress, Down and Cavan exit
On a topsy-turvy night in the Dr McKenna Cup, holders Tyrone came from the brink of elimination to win their group, while previously unbeaten Down and Cavan were sent crashing out.

Bord Gáis sign up as hurling championship sponsors
Bord Gáis have signed a three-year deal with the GAA to become a sponsor of the All-Ireland senior hurling championship.

Munster SHL: Rebels maintain winning thread
Cork made it three wins from three in the Munster SHL as they accounted for Waterford in Mallow – an outcome that almost assures a place in the final for the Rebels.

Murphy: Period of transition will benefit Donegal
Following a raft of retirements and players opting to take a break from football, Michael Murphy is confident that this transition period for Donegal football can yield a positive return and so keep the county near the top of the inter-county scene.

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