CLUB FIXTURES FOR THE WEEK AHEAD… Wednesday, 9th August to Sunday, 20th August


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Pitches are open for sanctioned games only. No drills or warm ups on any pitches.


Wednesday 9th August

Ladies Junior Football Challenge

St. Peter’s Dunboyne v Na Fianna

Venue: Dunboyne, Castle Pitch 1

Throw-in: 19:30

Friday 11th August

Under 17 Football 

Seneschalstown v St. Peter’s Dunboyne

Venue: Seneschalstown

Throw-in: 19:30

Saturday 12th August

Go Games Under 10 Football

Ratoath v St. Peter’s Dunboyne – POSTPONED

Venue: Ratoath

Throw-in: 11:00

Go Games Under 9 Football

St. Peter’s Dunboyne v Duleek/Bellewstown

Venue: Dunboyne, Castle Pitch 1

Throw-in: 10:30

Go Games Under 8 Football

Ratoath v St. Peter’s Dunboyne

Venue: Ratoath

Throw-in: 10:00

Under 13 Football Division 2

St. Peter’s Dunboyne v St. Pat’s

Venue: Dunboyne, Rooske Pitch

Throw-in: 14:00

Under 13 Football Division 7 

Simonstown v St. Peter’s Dunboyne

Venue: Simonstown

Throw-in: 14:00


Skyrne v St. Peter’s Dunboyne

Venue: Trim

Throw-in: 17:30

Sunday 13th August


Trim v St. Peter’s Dunboyne

Venue: Drumree

Throw-in: 12:00


St. Pat’s v St. Peter’s Dunboyne

Venue: Duleek

Throw-in: 18:00


Tuesday 17th August

Intermediate Ladies Football Championship 

Donaghmore/Ashourne v St. Peter’s Dunboyne

Venue: Ashbourne

Throw-in: 20:00

Thursday 17th August

Junior Ladies Football Championship Semi-Final

St. Peter’s Dunboyne v Rathkenny/Slane

Venue: Dunboyne, Rooske Pitch

Throw-in: 19:00

Saturday 19th August

Under 11 Hurling 

St. Peter’s Dunboyne v Drumree

Venue: Dunboyne, Castle Pitch 1

Throw-in: 12:00

Sunday 20th August


Kilskyre/Moylagh v St. Peter’s Dunboyne

Venue: Trim

Throw-in: 11:30


Clann na nGael v St. Peter’s Dunboyne

Venue: Trim

Throw-in: 13:00

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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