St. Colmcilles GAA Club, Pairc Ui Rís, Piltown, Bettystown, Co Meath 0877441731

As always, we will be fielding multiple teams at each age grade in 2019 so there will be a team for everyone. As ever, there are a number of coaches working with our teams at all ages and the list below is not meant to cover all possible contacts – please see individual team pages  for full details.

BoysSection Juvenile Boys Section
GirlsSection Juvenile Girls Section

The Academy

The 2020 Shane Black Cúl Cilles academy will start on 5th April 2020 and will run until October. Look out on Social Media or our app for exact dates. See below for details of our our typical Academy setup.

  1. The Sunday Academy runs from 11am to 12:30pm every Sunday for children born in 2016 upwards.a
    1. Children born in 2014 and before, will be on the pitch, with their respective age group; eg boys U6 (2014), girls U9 (2011) etc etc.
    2. Children born in 2015 will be in the cage from 11.00 to 11.45 every Sunday.
    3. Children born in 2016 will be in the cage from 12.00 to 12.30 every Sunday. 
    4. Hurling specific academy takes place in Piltown on Monday evenings from 7pm-8pm for all ages up to U11. 
  2. It is MANDATORY that all children wear a mouth guard in training and matches. Mouth Guards come in a variety of sizes and can be bought at any sports shop. If your child does not have a mouth guard, they cannot play!
  3. Please ensure your child is registered as a member of St Colmcilles. Membership options are available HERE
  4. A friendly reminder to all parents/guardians that they are required to remain on the premises of St Colmcilles for the entire duration of the Academy from 11am-12:30pm.
  5. Kit/Footwear – children may wear whatever they find comfortable in (tracksuit, leggings, shorts) to training; it is not mandatory that children wear club / football kits, though many children want to once they begin training! We recommend layering and ensuring your child has a light windcheater / jacket in case of rain or windy conditions. We recommend football boots to prevent slipping. Gaelic football gloves are not mandatory but some players prefer to use them; particularly in wet seasons. Gloves may be purchased in a variety of sizes in most sport shops.
  6. Club Gear / Colours: The Club colours are navy with light blue accents. Children playing competitively will be asked to have the club colours socks and shorts. These can be purchased through O’Neills and many sports shops. To access St Colmcilles online shop: Click Here
  7. Weather Closures – As the saying goes, if you don’t hear from us, Academy is on! In the case of very poor weather and unsafe pitch conditions, an announcement will be made on the morning and posted to our Facebook page before 10am on said morning. Please download our app to keep up to date will all relevant information regarding the academy.