St. Colmcilles GAA Club, Pairc Ui Rís, Piltown, Bettystown, Co Meath info@cilles.com 0877441731
Adult Teams Back Training

Adult Teams back training

Both of our adult teams were back in action this weekend. We’d Over 70 players between the two squads. Huge anticipation and determination for the season ahead #weareallstcolmcilles   If you’re interested in playing adult football this year and want to get involved - give the numbers below a call to find out more Men’s - Keith Loughman ‭(087) 744 1731‬…

St. Colmcilles Gaelic For Mothers And Others – National Blitz

St. Colmcilles Gaelic For Mothers and Others – National Blitz

Last Saturday saw 24 of our Gaelic for Mothers and Others team travel with coach, Paul Nash, and management team to Portmarnock for their annual blitz. The ladies played 6 matches against teams from Kerry, Cork, Down, Dublin and Galway. The last game of the day was against old rivals Man O War, and its safe to say that Cilles had…

Cilles Ladies Team Building

Cilles Ladies team building

Having achieved the goal of retaining division 2 and intermediate status, the ladies senior team, took off on an end of season mystery trip to Carlingford. Lots of fun was had as the girls unwinded and a long tough season. The bond between them was as solid as always as they look forward to building on this seasons performances!!!  

Ladies Reserves Bow Out Of Championship

Ladies Reserves bow out of Championship

The curtain came down on the ladies reserve team’s season on Wednesday night in Grangegodden Kells when they exited the Jun D competition at the semi final stage. Cilles Played away to an experienced Gael Colmcille team featuring many players who had played senior football. Gael Colmcilles were playing adult football for the first time in many years with players…

G4M Blitz In Navan

G4M blitz in Navan

Our G4M+O Had a fantastic day at a very competitive fast paced blitz in Navan. They didn't go home empty handed, a great achievement in receiving silver wear for TEAM OF THE TOURNAMENT , A big shout out to Lynn Obrien who received player of the tournament A big thank you to Navan O' Mahonys for a fantastic day , well…

Ratoath Get The Better Of Cilles

Ratoath get the better of Cilles

Wednesday 9th August saw Ratoath Ladies travelling to Piltown for the final round of the league. Cilles were seeking revenge having being defeated earlier on in the championship. St Colmcilles started well with scores from Lauren Collier and Hannah Connell. Orla Deegan was solid on the half back line, tackling and creating play in the middle of the park. The…

Ladies Championship Continues With A Victory Over Moynalvy

Ladies championship continues with a victory over Moynalvy

Wednesday the 26th of July brought Moynalvey and St. Colmcilles together for the second time this year. This time to compete in the intermediate championship in Moynalvey. The stakes were high as this was a must win game for both teams. Moynalvey the stronger team to start but once the cilles settled they knotched it up a gear and solidified…

Ladies Draw In Third Round Of Intermediate Championship

Ladies draw in third round of Intermediate championship

  On a sunny summer evening in Piltown, the Cilles took on the strong Summerhill in their third championship game, after recently beating them in the league. Though the result went our way, it was by no means an easy win. The ladies knew they would have a battle on their hands and a battle it was. Summerhill started very…

G4M Play First Game Of The Season

G4M play first game of the season

Our G4m's played their first match of the year against Navan O'Mahonys on Wednesday night in Piltown. There was A great turn out of players and supporters. Aside from a couple of rules being bent (by ref Ann Byrne) our players did super. Ciara Ni Duill scored a goal in her first game, with seasoned player Lynn Walsh scoring a…

Round 5 Of Division 2 League

Round 5 of Division 2 League

Round 5 of the division 2 league took the ladies to Moynalvey where they fought hard to ensure victory. It was a bright Sunday evening with a low Sun, giving advantage to Moynalvey in the first half. The Cilles started strong, but Moynalvey fought back getting the first goal of the game. With Natalie Davitt and Sheena Carroll securing points,…

Gaelic 4 Mothers And Others

Gaelic 4 Mothers and Others

Our very successful Gaelic for Mothers and Others programmes starts back on the 5th April, under the dedicated stewardship of Paul Nash. Our team is made up of a friendly bunch of ladies from all backgrounds, abilities and ages. Some have never played football before and want to know more about it as their children are more involved, others have…

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