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U12 Hurlers do us proud despite defeat
Tuesday, March 31, 2015
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     St. Colmcilles 3 V Gaeil Colmcille/Kilskyre 12 The Colmcilles U12 hurlers tasted defeat for the first time in the league last Sunday in Piltown  against a very well organised and talented[...]
Monday, March 30, 2015
THE BOYNE CARS /OPEL SPONSORED COONEY CUP AND CORN COIS FARRAIGE ROUND 3 ROUND UP 2015 Le Cheile Educate Together NS 0-11 V Duleek Boys NS 3- 12 (15) Round[...]
U10 Friendly V Donaghmore Ashbourne March 28th
Monday, March 30, 2015
On a blustery afternoon in Piltown, we welcomed Ashbourne GAA who brought 15 lads over for matches. We broke the group into two groups and had two games of, 7[...]
St Colmcilles win away to Castletown
Sunday, March 29, 2015
St Colmcilles scored a 3-12 to 2-12 win away to Castletown on Saturday night to keep their unbeaten run in A League Division 2 going. Minor star James Conlon who[...]
St Colmcilles Ladies v Sarsfields
Thursday, March 26, 2015
Senior Ladies match report - played Challenge match last night Wed v Sarsfields Cilles Ladies hit the road again last night. Lucan Sarsfields was the venue for the Ladies[...]
u14 Girls at Meath Feile 2015
Wednesday, March 25, 2015
Above are our White Team who normally operate in Div 2. On Sat based in Skryne they came so close to making the semi-finals of the Feile Cup (Div[...]
Laytown Village Enhancement Committee Survey
Wednesday, March 25, 2015
A special meeting of Laytown Village Enhancement Committee will be held at 7.30pm in Sonairte on Monday next 30th March. The purpose is to discuss on-going developments including the[...]
Tuesday, March 24, 2015
Quiz night is this Friday 27th March in the Glenside Hotel. Please support, we will need the funds to support our ongoing development. Always a good night with a raffle on the[...]
Kernan: 'You don't need 15 men behind the ball'
New International Rules manager Joe Kernan believes that if teams "keep their shape" they can still manage to outwit the blanket defence.

Joe Kernan named International Rules manager
Joe Kernan has been confirmed as the new Ireland International Rules manager.

Joe Brolly slams 'muck' defensive football
RTÉ analyst Joe Brolly has slammed the trend towards the "myxomatosis" of defensive tactics in Gaelic football, saying the game at the moment is "muck" to watch.

Burns looks to address 'death of Gaelic football'
Standing Rules Committee chairman Jarlath Burns has called for cool heads as the debate on the state of Gaelic football gathers momentum.

Drug charges against Aussie Rules team dismissed
An anti-doping tribunal has thrown out drugs charges against 34 Australian Rules footballers who were swept up in a sweeping probe that has overshadowed the country's top-flight competition for more than two years.

Kieran Bergin to miss rest of league campaign
Tipperary's Kieran Bergin will miss the remainder of the Allianz Hurling League after it was confirmed he suffered ankle ligament damage in his county's semi-final win over Offaly on Sunday

Nowlan Park the venue for hurling semi-finals
Nowlan Park in Kilkenny will host the Allianz Hurling League semi-finals in a double-header on Sunday 19 April.

JBM expects much tougher Dublin test in semi-final
Cork may have beaten Dublin by 11 points when they met earlier this month but Jimmy Barry-Murphy is expecting a much tougher test when the sides face off in the league semi-final.

Davy Fitzgerald: Clare weren't fazed by Kilkenny
Clare manager Davy Fitzgerald said he was "gutted" to lose to Kilkenny in their league relegation play-off as he thought his side were more than a match for their better-fancied opponents.

Last-gasp Cats cling onto top-flight status
An injury-time time winner from Cillian Buckley ensured defending champions Kilkenny edged a compelling relegation play-off to retain their Division 1A status in Nowlan Park.

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