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U12’s Great Night in Clane
Tuesday, May 26, 2015
U12 Friendly Clane U12's  4-11 V St Colmcilles U12's 4-12 Monday evening saw our U12's travel to Clane to take on their very talented U12 side.  Clane U12's play in[...]
U12’s Capture U13 Rounders County Community Games Title
Tuesday, May 26, 2015
U12's Capture U13 Rounders County Community  Games Title Our U12's spent a team bonding evening in Enfield at the Community Games rounders competition.   Like a few weeks ago were our[...]
U14s Secure Div1 Home Semi Final Place
Tuesday, May 26, 2015
U14s Secure Div1 Home Semi Final Place St Colmcilles 5.12 Na Fianna 3.12 With a number of absentees, St Colmcilles U14s made the long trip by bus to Enfield last[...]
U10s V St. Vincent’s May 24th 2015
Sunday, May 24, 2015
The under 10s travelled to St Vincent's (Dublin) today for two very competitive games. The lads acquitted themselves very well against their famed rivals, keeping the great tradition going with[...]
Juvenile Round Up
Sunday, May 24, 2015
Underage Round Up Minor Football At Minor Level our U18's boys are in the County Division 1 League Final for the first time in the clubs history. In the final[...]
St Pats NS Beat Whitecross NS to Reach Cooney Cup Final
Wednesday, May 20, 2015
Cooney Cup Semi-Final Whitecross NS 2-4 (6) V St Pats NS 3-11(14) The 2015 Cooney Cup Final will see St Pats NS, Stamullen taking on the Boys from Realt Na[...]
Realt Na Mara Reach Cooney Cup Final
Wednesday, May 20, 2015
  Cooney Cup Semi-Finals Realt Na Mara NS 1-9(10) V St Marys PPS 0-9 These two teams served up a cracker in Round 4 in what was a pulsating match[...]
Schools Cup Semi-Finals Preview
Monday, May 18, 2015
Boyne Cars/Opel Schools Semi-Finals This Wednesday promises to be a great days football at schools level with the Conney Cup and Corn Cois Farraige Semi-Finals taking place in Piltown. St[...]
Brolly apologises for Sunday Game comments
RTÉ GAA analyst Joe Brolly has apologised to correspondent and commentator Marty Morrissey for comments he made during last weekend's The Sunday Game Live broadcast.

Collins: Canning not Galway's only strength
Galway corner-back David Collins has said that the county are far from a one-man Joe Canning show ahead of their Leinster Hurling Championship clash with Dublin.

Dubs clash can be learning curve, says Quinn
Michael Quinn wants Longford to use this Sunday's clash with Dublin as a building block for the future of football in the county.

Gilligan: Too late for Collins to return for Clare
It's too late for Podge Collins to return to the Clare senior hurling panel, according to former county star Niall Gilligan.

Brian Murphy rejoins Cork panel
Defender Brian Murphy has rejoined the Cork senior hurling ahead of the Rebel County's Munster SHC opener against Waterford.

Mullane: Davy's got to get Podge back
Former Waterford hurler John Mullane believes Clare manager Davy Fitzgerald must reach out and entice Podge Collins back to the Banner's panel.

O'Donoghue confident of making Kerry opener
Footballer of the year James O'Donoghue is confident that he will win his fitness battle as Kerry prepare to defend their Munster title.

Championship wrap: Limerick edge mid-west battle
Reflections on a weekend where Limerick hurlers edged out Clare by a point in the Munster hurling quarter-final, while Monaghan's winning margin was the same as they accounted for Cavan in the Ulster football quarter-final.

PODCAST: Monaghan need more scorers, says Geraghty
Monaghan need to increase their fire-power if they are to claim any honours this season, according to Graham Geraghty.

Evans glad to be over London hurdle as Sligo loom
Roscommon boss John Evans predicted London wouldn't be a pushover and he was proved right after the Rossies booked a semi-final spot against Sligo.

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