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We Are Back !

Finally after almost 4 months the pitches are back open. A huge well done to everyone who worked so hard in the battle against the Coronavirus. Let’s hope we keep winning the battle now. Keep up the great work everyone. Keep washing those hands, respecting the guidelines and taking all the necessary precautions

Return To Play

Things are a little bit different than they were in March and previous seasons with onerous demands put on all teams. Players must complete Covid 19 training and Return to Play Health Questionnaires and equipment needs sanitising. We also need to monitor numbers in our grounds and we ask for patience from everyone as we phase teams back over the next two weeks and learn as we go through

A huge thank you to everyone who has volunteered to help as Covid Officers. The work you are doing really takes the pressure of our coaches and we are very grateful for your time

The games are starting later in the month and membership will need to be paid in advance

St Colmcille's Pitches

Summer Camps

Unfortunately the Kellogg’s Cúl Camps and Graham Reilly Camps are at full capacity. There is some suggestion that extra camps may be added but there is nothing confirmed as we go to press. Please keep an eye on social media channels (Facebook, Twitter and Instagram) for further updates

The Games Are Back

The last week saw the Adult and Minor Championship draws made and we face some challenging tests. In the Ladies Championships we face Royal Gaels, Ratoath and Dunsany in the Intermediate Championship and Slane/Rathkenny and Seneschalstown in the Junior C Championship. If the Division 1 Minor Boys are to retain the Delany Cup then they will have to do it the hard way facing Ratoath, Skryne and Dunshauglin in the Group stages. The Division 3 Draw has not been made at the time of going to press. In the Men’s Senior Football Championship its another tough draw as we face Gaeil Colmcille, Dunshaughlin and Dunboyne. The Premier 3 (B Team) face Dunderry, Donaghmore Ashbourne and Dunsany whilst the Premier 5 (C team) play Simonstown, Skryne and Moynalty

A Better Life For Livie And Drogheda Women And Children’s Refuge Fundraisers

We are so proud of the efforts of everyone in the club during this Corona Crisis. The Volunteer and “Can-do” spirit is alive and well. A huge well done to our Ladies and Boys u15 teams who worked so hard over the last month in their fundraisers for the Better Life for Livie and Drogheda Women’s Refuge charities. Thank you to everyone who supported the teams

Shane Black Property Advisors Cúl Cilles Academy – Returns !

Shane Black Property Advisors at Cilles
Pictured earlier this year at the launch of the 2020 SHANE BLACK PROPERTY ADVISERS ACADEMY. Pictured with Shane are Chairman and President, Keith Loughman and Pat Haigney, Hurling Co-Ordinator Gwen Lanigan, Academy Co-Ordinator Sam Madden, GPO Conor Brennan and young referee Niall McElearney. We return on 12th July and we look forward to welcoming everyone back

Save the date, the Shane Black Property Advisors Cúl Cilles returns on Sunday 12th July. Given the current pandemic, the Monday hurling nursery will be incorporated into the Sunday academy. Keep an eye on social media and our website

Club Lotto

Our club lotto continues online and with our intrepid lotto sellers unable to sell at usual retail outlets or door to door, it would really be a great support for the club if you could support us by playing our Club Lotto by playing online at You can play weekly, monthly or annually and all funds go towards day to day running costs like maintenance, schools coaching, insurance costs, light and heating etc. Your support no matter how small would be greatly supported #

Cilles And Affinity Advisors Link Up And It Could Save You Money !

It’s important at this time to support all our sponsors and we ask all our members to ensure you support local business at all times but especially now in these pandemic times. One such sponsor are Affinity Advisors , the mortgage and protection specialists. Affinity support our ladies senior teams and team mentor, Mark Murphy is one of Affinity’s specialist advisers

Did you know that many mortgage holders can make large savings by switching mortgage providers? Very often we don’t have time to think about our outgoings and very often the effort involved can seem like a huge chore. However voted as Mortgage Broker of the year 2018 and 2019, Affinity Advisor can cut through the complexity and provide you with high quality, independent and professional mortgage advice and services. If you would like to review your current mortgage and consider if savings can be made then why not contact Mark Murphy on 087-9783205 or at for more information, a listening ear and some solid and reliable advice. Make sure you talk GAA with him and tell him that you’re a Cilles supporter

Pride Week

We hope everyone enjoyed Pride week. We were delighted to fly the Pride flag over our grounds this week.

Congrats Helen And Tom

Congrats to two of our biggest supporters and members of the same family no less, Helen and Tom Behan. Helen was nominated for a BAFTA in her role as Best Supporting Actress and Tom was elected Chairperson of the local Municipal District

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