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Welcome, fáilte.

Welcome to St. Peter’s GAA, Dunboyne. Your home for all things GAA in Dunboyne! Check in frequently for updates. Tá súil againn go mbainfidh sibh sult as.

Club AGM - January 14, 2021

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The Club’s AGM will be held on Thursday, 14 January, 2021 at 8pm. The Meeting is open to all Members.

The meeting will be conducted online using zoom at the following link


or by entering the following details

Meeting ID: 858 7142 6992

Passcode: 669897


A copy of the Secretary’s Report has been emailed to all members and is now available to view/download on our website.

In order to facilitate the smooth running of the online AGM, members are invited to submit questions to secretary.stpetersdunboyne.meath@gaa.ie in advance of the meeting, but no later than 12pm on 14 January, 2021.

The members of the Executive look forward to welcoming you to our Annual General Meeting on Thursday next.

Secretary's Report

Click on the button below to open/download the Secretary’s Report to the AGM.

Secretary's Report - 2020


You can now pay your club membership for the year online! Click the button below to see prices and offers.



Golf Classic 2020



We are very happy to let our members and friends know that our Annual Golf Classic will now take place on Friday, 25 September. Once again the venue will be Knightsbrook in Trim. Teams of four or individual players are welcome. We look forward to a great day’s sport.



Games and Events Update


A chairde,


Due to continuing Government and HSE advice, the number of people that can attend Club activities is strictly limited at this time.


It may not be possible for all of those that wish to attend our games or other Club events to gain access to our grounds and we ask for your cooperation and understanding in the event that this should be the case for you.



We understand that this may cause some frustration, but we ask that all members and friends of the Club work together to ensure that we comply with these restrictions.




Go raibh míle maith agaibh go léir as bhur tacaíocht.

St. Peter’s GAA, Dunboyne Golf Classic Update

Our Annual Golf Classic, which was due to be held on July 3rd has been postponed, in light of the current COVID-19 situation.

We are confident that we will be able to rearrange for a new date later in the year and we will inform our members and friends of this new date, once we have it secured and in the diary.

In the meantime, we would like to thank John Geraghty and his team for their efforts to date. No doubt we’ll have a day’s sport before the year’s out.

How far will Dunboyne go for Pieta?

We are delighted to be part of the Run4Pieta campaign this month.

#Run4Pieta – Run in Darkness & in Light in May in aid of Pieta Sunrise Appeal

The annual Darkness into Light event has sadly been postponed this year as a consequence of the COVID-19 outbreak.

That doesn’t mean that we can’t help!

On May 16 and 17, we’re asking our members to get involved with a fundraising event for Pieta House. Simply fill in the form below and click submit. You will be allocated a time to walk, jog or run for a period of one hour. Once completed, you’ll be able to log your time. We’ll add up all of the distances travelled, to see how far we, as a Club have travelled for Pieta.

Please go to https://www.dunboynegaa.ie/runforpieta/ for full details, and to sign up!


Club Development Update

Over the past number of years we have been working to prepare and progress a Facilities Development Plan for our Club.

This plan has been assessed as an essential response to enabling us to cater for the increasing numbers we have experienced in recent years. With significant growth in our community, with an expected doubling in our playing numbers (to over 1500 players) over the coming 5 years, the delivery of this plan is a critical priority for us.

This plan sees the proposed delivery of a 100m x 65m 4G all-weather pitch, enhancement works at our Clubhouse pitch, and the development of ‘St Peters Academy’ including 3 juvenile pitches, a 50m x 50m all-weather training area, dressing rooms, car parking spaces and floodlights. This plan also provides our local schools with regular access to these facilities as we work to create an environment in which supports the physical and social development of our children.

Put simply, this plan represents the most significant investment in our Clubs long history and our intent is to deliver it to a standard in which we can all benefit and be proud of.

We have now achieved a very significant step on our journey to deliver our vision as we secured €2.106 million in government funding toward the development of our Academy Centre, including additional community infrastructure (walkway & outdoor gym).

This brings our total grant funding to €2.25million when combined with Sports Capital and GAA grant funding previously awarded. This is a major milestone which now presents us with an incredible, and unique, opportunity to deliver best-in-class and acutely needed infrastructure for the benefit of our growing club and community.

It is important to highlight that as a club we have a funding commitment of €650,000 to make toward this plan and access grant funding. We will not be in a position to access grant funding until we achieve our contribution.

We recently launched a revenue approved donation scheme to which a number of you have already contributed. Based on progress to date, we estimate that we need to achieve a further €300,000 in donations in order to reach the necessary funding required to progress our plan.
Meeting this target, and in turn the delivery of our plan, will require the participation of all of our club members and as many friends of our club within our community and beyond as possible.

Our aim is to complete our funding target by the end of March, enabling us to commence works immediately following this.

To learn more, including how you can contribute to this development, you can visit www.dunboynegaa.ie.

If you wish to discuss any aspect of this plan or discuss how you might be in a position to support this plan, you can contact Fergus McNulty (087 23769859), Barry Kelly (086 2325706) or any member of the Clubs executive.

You can also contact us on our dedicated email stpetersgaadevelopment@gmail.com as you have any queries


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Established in 1902 by Bob O’Keeffe, the hurling section of the club has been in existence for more than 100 years. It wasn’t until the late 1940s that the game of Gaelic Football was properly organised within the club and in 1952 it became known as St. Peter’s GAA Club. Today both football and hurling, along with the camogie and ladies football sections, are thriving.
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