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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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Sean Harte, President of Canadian GAA County Board recent visit to St Colmcilles
Friday, September 23, 2016
Sean Harte, President of the Canadian GAA County Board was the special guest of St Colmcilles at the recent Junior Championship match featuring St Pats and St Vincents in Piltown[...]
Big Big Weekend of Championship football
Friday, September 23, 2016
This Friday 23rd: Junior Championship Quarter-Final St Colmcilles v Trim in Dunshaughlin at 8pm Sunday 25th: Intermediate Championship Quarter-Final St Colmcilles v Curraha in Duleek at 6:30pm YOUR CLUB NEEDS[...]
Cilles Win the Intermediate Cup ‘Corn na Boinne in Dunganny, 14th Sept
Friday, September 23, 2016
St Colmcilles won the Intermediate 'Corn na Boinne' Cup in Dunganny on Wed 14th September last when they were too strong for a Castletown side winning by 2-15 to 0-10[...]
Minors defeat Donaghmore Ashbourne 1-13 to 1-7 in MFC
Friday, September 23, 2016
Well done to our Minor team who put in an impressive performance on Monday 19th September in Piltown in overcoming a fine Donaghmore-Ashbourne team in this MFC Division 1 Quarter-Final[...]
Cilles Ladies in Leinster Club Championship clash this Saturday Sept 10th, 2:30pm Piltown
Thursday, September 8, 2016
This coming Saturday our Senior Ladies team are back in action as they host Carrickedmond of Longford in the Leinster Club Championship at home in Piltown. Throw-in is 2:30pm[...]
Cilles Minors triumph over Skryne in Championship ‘must win’ game
Thursday, September 8, 2016
CONGRATS to our MINORS who won their Championship clash tonight against our good friends and rivals Skryne. Level 0-7 apiece at half time, they won by the slimmest of margins[...]
St Colmcilles Ladies win Junior A Club Championship by narrowest of margins
Thursday, September 8, 2016
In Sunday's Meath LGFA Coca Cola Club Championship Junior A Final, St Colmcilles beat Dunsany by a single point on a scoreline of 1-08 to 0-10 in Skryne. That was[...]
U13’s beat O’Mahonys in Division 1 League
Thursday, September 8, 2016
Meath U13 Division 1 League  Round 2 St Colmcilles 3-10 (19) V O'Mahonys 0-5 Round 2 of the Meath U13 Division 1 League saw visitors O'Mahonys come to take on[...]
Cillian O'Connor leads Mayo by example
RTÉ Sport's Peter Sweeney profiles the man Mayo have to thank for securing Saturday's All-Ireland SFC final replay against Dublin – Cillian O'Connor.

McKenna: Playing surface in Croke Park just fine
Croke Park's Stadium Director has dismissed suggestions that the pitch at GAA Headquarters becomes virtually unplayable after a shower of rain, insisting it performs equally well in all conditions.

Cork captain pays tribute to Rebel veterans
Cork captain Ciara O'Sullivan paid tribute to the four Rebels who collected their 11th All-Ireland ladies football title at Croke Park on Sunday.

Dublin to consider appeal after controversial loss
Dublin manager Gregory McGonigle says the Ladies Gaelic Football Association have let his team down as they consider an appeal against the result of their heartbreaking All-Ireland final defeat to Cork.

Drama as Cork edge out Dublin to seal six-in-a-row
Cork are TG4 All-Ireland ladies senior football champions for the sixth year in a row and 11th time in 12 seasons after a controversial 1-07 to 1-06 win over Dublin.

Kildare squeeze past Clare for intermediate crown
Goalkeeper Mary Hulgraine was the star of the show as Kildare atoned for last year's TG4 All-Ireland ladies' intermediate final defeat by going one better at Croke Park this afternoon.

Old foes battle again in senior ladies' final
Croke Park is the venue for the All-Ireland TG4 Ladies' football finals, with Cork out to retain their crown when they again take on Dublin in the senior final.

Goals galore as Longford claim Junior title
A second-half goal glut sealed a first TG4 All-Ireland junior ladies football title since 1997 for Michael Bohan's Longford at Croke Park this afternoon.

Sam Maguire set for Dublin date after replay?
It seems that Irish Life have decided that Dublin will win next Saturday's All-Ireland SFC final replay against Mayo.

Plunkett steps down as Laois hurling manager
Seamus 'Cheddar' Plunkett has stepped down as manager of the Laois senior hurling team.

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