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Portlaoise Up Next in Game 3 for U11′s
Thursday, July 31, 2014
U11 Friendly Game 2 Portlaoise  V St Colmcilles Our U11's head into Game 3 of their 9 game tour of top U11 sides when they take on arguably the top[...]
U11 Up-Coming Tournaments
Monday, July 28, 2014
U11 Up-Coming Tournaments The latest U11 Tournaments scheduled for August and September can be seen below.  Our U11's having won the prestigious Kilmacud tournament in July travel to local side[...]
Curtis To The Fore as Rathkenny beat Seniors
Monday, July 28, 2014
All County League Division 2 Rathkenny 0-17 St Colmcilles 1-7 Our Seniors losing run stretched to four games and with it a place,  2nd bottom of the Division 2 table.  [...]
Seniors Lose to Ratoath, Rathkenny up Next
Thursday, July 24, 2014
All County Football A League Division 2 The re-fixed Round 6 games saw us lose by 6 points to Ratoath in Piltown.  The losing run of 3 League games has[...]
Leinster Final Prediction Winner
Wednesday, July 23, 2014
Very well done to Tony Butler in winning the Leinster Final score prediction this year. Tony gets €200.00   A big thank you to all the players who bought a[...]
ACFL2 Rathkenny v St Colmcilles Sun 27th July
Wednesday, July 23, 2014
A league match on Sunday 27th versus Rathkenny in Rathkenny, at 12:00. Referee Brendan O'Brien Big support needed to come out and support the lads![...]
Seniors Lose to Leaders Blackhall Gaels
Tuesday, July 22, 2014
All County Football A League Division 2 Our Seniors are dicing with the relegation trap door in the All County League Division 2 having conceded ground  to virtually all the[...]
Burren Up Next in Game 2 for U11′s
Tuesday, July 22, 2014
U11 Friendly Game 2 Burren V St Colmcilles Our U11's travel to Warrenpoint this coming Saturday July 26th,  to take on County Downs biggest club, Burren in Game 2 of[...]
Clare crush Cork in Munster Under-21 final
Clare claimed a third Bord Gais Energy Munster Under-21 hurling title in a row as they cruised to an emphatic 1-28 to 1-13 victory over Cork at Cusack Park in Ennis.

Hennelly: Mayo preparation must be right for Cork
Mayo goalkeeper Rob Hennelly has warned that if Mayo will be beaten by Cork if they are an "iota off" in their approach in Sunday's All-Ireland football quarter-final.

VIDEO: Can dual players realise their potential?
Donal Óg Cusack and Ger Loughnane discuss the problems faced by hurling sides with dual players.

Louise Galvin focused ahead of Donegal
Louise Galvin says Kerry are determined to prove they are better than they showed in the Munster Ladies' Football final when they battle it out with Donegal for a spot in the last eight of the All-Ireland Series.

O'Donoghue: Kerry surge a response to doubters
James O'Donoghue feels Kerry responded to those within and outside the Kingdom with the manner of their Munster final win over Cork.

McMenamin: Tyrone must alter expectations
Tyrone legend Ryan McMenamin has said his county cannot be thought of as a 'top tier team' any longer.

GAA team news: Geaney named in Kerry side
Michael Geaney will deputise for the injured Stephen O'Brien when Kerry line out against Galway in Sunday's All-Ireland SFC quarter-final at Croke Park.

Galvin looks to end Under-21 career on high
Clare star Colm Galvin wants to sign off his Under-21 inter-county career with more Bord Gáis Energy Munster and All-Ireland glory.

Galway set up Kingdom date after win over Tipp
Goals from Fiontán Ó Curraoin, Tom Flynn, Danny Cummins and Michael Lundy helped Galway to a 4-17 to 4-12 round 4A football qualifier win over Tipperary.

Tipp ease past Dublin in Semple Stadium
John O'Dwyer fired home two second-half goals as Tipperary eased their way past Dublin on a 2-23 to 0-16 scoreline in a one-sided encounter at Semple Stadium in Thurles.

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