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Our Development Plan

What We Need to Deliver our Development

With a projected total development cost in excess of €2.5million, we need to raise €650,000 to deliver our plans.

In addition to our own fund raising, we have submitted an application for support funding of €150,000 for phase 1 under the 2019 Sports Capital Grants Programme. We have also submitted a further grant application for phase 2 of our development. These funds can only be accessed once we have equivalent matching funding is in place.

Our ability to deliver these new facilities is dependent on us, together as a community, successfully achieving this fund raising target. We are asking for your support in this effort.

How can we do this?

We have received Revenue approval for our fundraising efforts for this development. This will enable the Club to substantially increase the value made from contributions by applying for tax relief on large donations from PAYE, self-employed and business donors .

How can you help?
To find out more information or make a donation to our development plan, you can email

For all enquiries in relation to any aspect of this plan, you can contact Fergus McNulty on 087-2376859 or Barry Kelly on 086-232 5706 or any member of the Clubs Executive.

We have set up a package with Dunboyne Credit Union, starting at as little as €10 per week. For all enquires in relation to Dunboyne Credit Union packages in support of this plan, please contact or call 01-8251122

How to contribute.

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There are a number of ways to contribute to our Development Plan, with the following options available. Donations will be formally acknowledged as part of our landscaping plan in our new development.
If you are interested in exploring donation options with colleagues, friends or family grouping together, please let us know.
Any donation toward our Development Plan will be gratefully appreciated.
In the unlikely event that we are unsuccessful in attaining our fund raising targets and the Clubs Executive formally determines not to progress with its development plan, funds raised through this scheme will be refunded to donors.
Neither the donor nor any person connected with the donor receives a benefit, directly or indirectly, as a result of making the donation. We will merely acknowledge same.

Golf Classic Update and Results

Our Annual Golf Classic took place at the end of June. There was a fantastic turnout and many thanks to all those who supported this event. The day itself raised almost €13,000 for the club which is fantastic. Special thanks goes to John Geraghty and his committee for all their hard work to make the day such a success.


The results from the day are as follows :

Winners : Stephens Kellys Team 104 pts

2nd : Diarmuid Leanes Team 102 pts

3rd : Thames Materials 102 pts

4th : Paul Higgins Team 98 pts

5th : Ronan O Dohertys Team 98 pts

6th : Conor Hayes Team 97 pts

7th : Marks Dunbar Team 97 pts

8th : Eoin Hayes Team 96 pts

Nearest the Pin : Gerry Mulcahy

Longest Drive : Peter O Doherty

Draw for Par 3 Novelty Comp : Basil Mc Keon


Summer Camps

The Cul Camps numbers will be limited to 180 kids this year from 220 last year and no ‘walk ins’ will be taken on the day

Football advanced Camp 12-14 years 9th – 11th July Boys 10am – 12pm Girls 2pm – 4 pm

Cul Camps 5 – 12 years (football) 15th-19th July 10 am – 2.30pm

Hurling / Camogie Advanced Camp 12-14 years 23rd- 25th July Boys 10am – 12pm Girls 2pm – 4pm

Club Camp 5 – 11 years 19th – 23rd August (dual) 10am – 2pm



A huge thanks to Dominos Ongar for their continued support to the Club. The new code for club members is PETES1540 The offer is now €15 off when you spend €40 or more at Regular price.



🌟 “A true community is not just about being geographically close to someone or part of the same social web network. It is about feeling connected and responsible for what happens. Humanity is our ultimate community, and everyone plays a crucial role.” (Yehuda Berg) 🌟

The Support Sean Campaign will be having a Dublin V Meath football match on Sunday Dec 16th. So keep an eye here for more details on how to support this great event. Venue – Pairc tailteann time 1.30pm
















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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