PhoneWatch Comórtas Peile Páidi Ó Sé 2014,

21-23 February, 2014


Monument To Páidi Also Announced

Over 1,300 Gaelic football players from Ireland, Europe and the USA will compete in the 25th anniversary year of the PhoneWatch Comórtas Peile Páidí Ó Sé 2014, with over 40 adult men’s and ladies club teams descending on the rugged Dingle Peninsula from 21st-23rd February.


Supported by PhoneWatch, Opel Ireland, Lee Strand Milk, Fáilte Ireland, Kerry County Council, and Newstalk 106-108FM, the ‘Comórtas’ was officially launched by An Taoiseach Enda Kenny T.D. in Dublin today (11th February).


The football festival has attracted almost 10,000 club players over 25 years and has grown into a major international GAA event with senior, intermediate and junior clubs travelling from over ten counties as well as Boston, London, Manchester and Brussels this year.


To mark the 25th anniversary, the four original senior men’s club teams from the first tournament back in 1989 will once again compete, West Kerry’s An Gaeltacht and Dingle clubs, Cork’s Ballincollig and Galway’s An Cheathrú Rua


The annual photography exhibition will this year feature the work of Ireland’s leading photography agency Inpho Photography, who is also adderall online celebrating 25 years in business. The exhibit, ‘Irish Sports Stars Through The Years’ by  Billy Stickland and his team, will belaunched by GAA legend Mick O’Dwyer at 5pm, Sun, 23rd Feb in Paidi’s pub at Ard Bhothair and will remain on display in the pub for two months.


Monument to Páidí

A committee has recently been formed to perpetuate the memory of the late Páidí O Sé; footballer supreme, and a man who achieved extraordinary things for his county, his parish and the country at large – both on and off the football field – in a comparatively short life.


Páidí will be remembered by the creation of a life-size bronze monument which will be erected outside his home in Ard A Bhóthair as a reminder of his contribution https://health-e-child.org/buy-modalert-online/ to Irish society. The aim is to officially unveil the monument on 16th May, 2015, on what would have been Páidí’s 60th birthday, The committee is working with friends of Páidí from the corporate sector to contribute towards the cost of this undertaking.


Pádraig Óg. Ó Sé said, ‘The Comórtas has grown beyond our Dad’s wildest dreams. We are delighted it continues to attract clubs phentermine 37.5 from all over the world. It sends a positive message to young people about the benefits of an active and healthy lifestyle.  This event, along with Fundúireacht Páidí Ó Sé, a charitable foundation that we set up after his passing to help provide Cardiac related services in Kerry and nationally, are positive legacies he would have been proud of. We are also also flattered that a local committee has been set up to perpetuate Dad’s memory in the form of a monument for his contribution to Irish life”.



Eoin Dunne, Managing Director of PhoneWatch said; “PhoneWatch are delighted to be the title sponsor of this iconic sporting event which is a fitting tribute to Páidí’s sporting life. We look forward to a successful partnership and would like to wish all the participants of the PhoneWatch Comórtas Peile Páidí Ó’Sé tournament the very best of luck. Go n-éirí go geal libh! “.


Teams List


Ballincollig GAA, Cork

An Gaeltacht, Kerry

John Mitchell’s GAA, Kerry

An Cheathrú Rua, Galway

An Daingean, Kerry

Dromcollogher / Broadford GAA, Limerick

Blessington GAA, Wicklow

Ardfert, Co. Kerry



St Pat’s, Blennerville, Kerry

Na Gaeil, Kerry

Lispole GAA, Kerry

Round Towers GAA, Kildare

Annascaul GAA, Kerry

Killala GAA, Mayo

Castlegregory, Kerry

Shannon Blues, Boston, USA



St Anthony’s GAA, Reading UK

Cromane GAA, Kerry

Templenoe GAA, Kerry

St. Peter’s GAA, Manchester, UK

Belgium GAA, Brussels, Belgium

Glenn Rovers GAC, Watford, UK

Cappagh GAA, Kildare

Feenagh/Kilmeedy, Limerick



Carnacon GAA, Mayo

Na Gaeil, Kerry

Foxrock–Cabinteely GAA, Dublin

Timahoe GAA, Laois

Southern Gaels, Kerry

Scartaglen, Kerry



Fr Murphy’s, London

Blessington Ladies GAA, Wicklow

St Josephs, Carrigallen, Leitrim

Erins Own Carrigtwohill, East Cork

Corca Dhuibhne, Kerry

Park Ratheniska, Laois



Belgium GAA, Brussels, Belgium

St Anthony’s GAA, Reading UK

Finuge, Kerry

John Mitchels GAA, Kerry

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