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Leinster



Leinster Province


Scout Association of Ireland S.A.I. Leinster Province Badge measures 50mm by 40mm. There are several slightly varying designs. The badge could be worn by all sections within the Province of Leinster. A similar badge was worn by the Girl Guides of Ireland.


Dublin
Dublin Scout Province

Scouting Ireland Dublin Scout Province, current issue (2014), measures 50mm by 40mm. Dublin Scout Province used to be called Dublin Metropolitan Province, the name changed in 2008. The Province covers the Scout Counties in Dublin.

There are 9 counties in the Province.

  • Cluain Toirc Scout County
  • Dodder Scout County
  • Dublinia Scout County
  • Dún Laoghaire Scout County
  • Liffey West Scout County
  • Mountpelier Scout County
  • Cois Farriage Scout County
  • Three Rock Scout County
  • Tolka Scout County

Ath Cliath 15
Current (2014) Scouting Ireland issue. Covers Scout groups in parts of Castleknock, Blanchardstown, Cabra and parts of Finglas County Dublin. Badge measures 50mm by 40mm.
Cois Farraige
Scouting Ireland S.I. the current (2014) Cois Farraige Scout County consist of six Scout Groups along the coast of Meath and Dublin. Cois Farraige translates as Seaside or beside the sea.

Colmcilles Region
Saint Colmcilles Region covered the area around Swords County Dublin. C.B.S.I.

Cluain Toirc

Scouting Ireland Cluain Toirc covers groups in the Santry, Clontarf, Coolock, Beaumont and Drumcondra areas of Dublin and is part of Dublin Scout Province.




Dublin Boy Scouts
                              

                                  
Scout Association of Ireland S.A.I. There were several variations in the shade of blue of this badge ranging from light blue to almost black.

Dublinia
Dublinia Scouting Ireland current issue (2014), part of the Dublin Metropolitan Scout Province.The Badge measures 50mm by 40mm. Current issue. Dublinia Scout County was founded in January 2004 after the Foundation of Scouting Ireland. Dublinia Scout County is mainly made up of the old St Patrick's Region with the addition of the 94th Walkinstown, 15 Port Ballyfermot Sea Scouts and 139th Chapeliziod.
Dublin S. E. (South East)
                                         
Dublin S. E. (South East) Scout Association of Ireland S.A.I., covers the Dublin City Centre region roughly from Irishtown up to Dublin Castle down to Terenure and across to Merrion. The rectangle shaped badge replaced the diamond shaped badge, there are several shades of each badge.

Dun Laoghaire
Dun Laoghaire. Scout Association of Ireland S.A.I. and is also the Current (2014) Scouting Ireland issue.

Fingal Region
Catholic Boy Scouts of Ireland C.B.S.I. and Catholic Scouts of Ireland C.S.I. Fingal Region Dublin.
Fingal
Scouting Ireland Fingal Badge. Fingal Scout County in Dublin. Covers 12 scout groups in the Fingal area of Dublin.


Fingal Thiar
Fingal Thiar (West) Scout Association of Ireland S.A.I.. thiar is the  Gaelic for West. Fingal covers most of the North part of County Dublin.

Fingal Lár
Fingal Lár (Central) Scout Association of Ireland S.A.I., Lár is the Gaelic for central, Fingal is in North County Dublin.

Fingall
Fingall, Scout Association of Ireland S.A.I., the Fingal area covers most of North County Dublin, there were 2 other Scout Districts with Fingal in the name, Fingal Central and Fingal West, Fingall cover the areas not covered by the other 2. The reason it has 2 Ls is because that is the way the Earl of Fingall spells it and he was the Patron of the Scout group for some years.

Fintan’s Region
Saint Fintan’s Region Catholic Boy Scouts of Ireland C.B.S.I. Covered groups in Dublin City.

Laurence O’Toole Region
Saint Laurence O’Toole Region, Catholic Scouts of Ireland C.S.I. Dublin City North.

Liffey Valley
Scout Association of Ireland, measures 53mm across, black backing. Liffey Valley covered groups in the Kildare and Dublin areas including 3rd Kildare (1st Celbridge), 1st Kildare (2nd Celbridge), 48th Dublin (Lucan), 53rd Dublin (Castleknock), 5th Kildare (Clane) and 8th Kildare (Allenwood).

L.S. Albatross

L.S. Albatross. Scout Association of Ireland S.A.I. Light Ship Albatross. The ship was the Scout Association of Ireland National Water Training Centre from about 1970 up to 1995 and was anchored off the West Pier in Dun Laoghaire harbour.

The Lightship Albatross was an order from the Commissioners of Irish Lights, Dublin, and it is said that the cost of her build, £15,650, was paid for by the Germans as part of the war repatriation costs awarded at the end of World War one. She was based as a lightship around the Irish Coast as a help to shipping for 45 years from her build in 1925 to de-commissioning in 1970, when she was sold to the Scout Commission and was used as a scout training centre Moored in Dun Laoghaire Harbour.
Maelruan’s

St. Maelruan’s Catholic Boy Scouts of Ireland C.B.S.I. Tallaght County Dublin. Saint Maelruan or Saint Máel Ruain in Gaelic died 792 was founder and abbot-bishop of the monastery of Tallaght. The bage came in a variety of shades.


Saint Maelruan’s Scout Region Catholic Scouts of Ireland C.S.I. 1980 - 2003
Malahide
                 
Scout Association of Ireland black and white badge and later Scouting Ireland. Malahide covered Sea Scout groups on the north side of Dublin City and City Centre.

St. Martin de Porres Region
Catholic Scouts of Ireland C.S.I. and also C.B.S.I. Saint Martin de Porres Region cover Dun Laoghaire and Blackrock areas of County Dublin.The 29th Blackrock and 54/88Dun Laoghaire were part of this region.
Mountpelier Scout County
Mountpelier Scout County, current isssue (2014) Scouting Ireland S.I., made up of:
14th Ballyroan
24th Tallaght
37th Templeogue, (St. Pius)
65th Greenhills
68th Whitechurch
103rd Willington
111th Springfield
112th Knocklyon
125th Old Bawn
146th Firhouse
158th Castleview
168th Tymon North
169th Jobstown

Naomh Gillin Cluain Dolcain
Naomh Gillin Cluain Dolcain Catholic Scouts of Ireland C.B.S.I., C.S.I. and Scouting Ireland. Cluain Dolcain is the Irish for Clondalkin which translates into Dolcan's meadow Saint Kilian, also spelled Killian or alternatively Irish: Cillian. The group which was founded in 1940 is now known as Saint Killian’s. Clondalkin is a town about 10Km west of Dublin.

Réachra
Scouting Ireland Reachra Scout County, measures 50mm across. Reachra Scout County is part of the North Eastern Scout Province and cover groups in Dollymount, Malahide, Portmarnock, Raheny and has a group called Mafikeng.Current issue (2014)

Reigiun Naomh Padraig

Catholic Scouts of Ireland C.S.I. Reigiun Naomh Padraig in English Saint Patrick’s Region. Badge measures 51mm x 63mm. Saint Patrick’s Region became part of Dublinia Scout County in 2004 as part of the new Scouting Ireland

Tolka Scout County current (2014). Scouting Ireland S.I.

(formerly known Dublin City North West County)

  • 1 Dublin (LHO)
  • 65 Dublin (Botanic)
  • 75 Dublin (Finglas East)
  • 76 Dublin (Finglas West)
  • 108 Dublin (Finglas South)
  • 177 Dublin (Glasnevin/Ballymun)
  • 192 Dublin (Ballymun)
  • 4 Dublin (Navan Road)
  • 19 Dublin (Phibsborough)
  • 53 Dublin (Cabra West)
  • 9/10 Dublin (Aughrim Street)
  • 191 Dublin (Deaf Group)

Tolka

Scout Association of Ireland S.A.I. Tolka Scout District. Called after the River Tolka which flows through Dublin, Tolka is Irish for Flood, the Scout district covered groups around Finglas and Cabra.


Wicklow
South East Province

Scouting Ireland S.I. the current (2014) Scout South East Province. South Eastern Scout Province is made up of 7 Scout Counties.

  • Carlow-Kilkenny Scout County
  • Cill Dara Scout County
  • Cill Mhantáin Scout County
  • Slieve Bloom Scout County
  • South Kildare Scout County
  • Waterford Scout County
  • Wexford Scout County

Cill Manntain
                                       
Cill Manntain Scout Association of Ireland S.A.I. County Wicklow, Cill Manntain County Wicklow Cill is Church and Manntain was a monk who set up a church in the area, Manntain was known as the toothless one. Manntain is a variant spelling of Mhantáin. The later version was in a blue background.
Cill Manntain (Wicklow)
Scouting Ireland S.I. the current (2014) Cill Manntain County Badge.

 
County Wicklow Boy Scouts
Scout Association of Ireland S.A.I. Wicklow County 1930s 1940s issue.

County Wicklow Scout Association

                    

County Wicklow Scout Association Scouting Ireland S.I. Cill Manntain or in English chapel of Saint Manntain, called after the early Christian monk who set up in the area following his landing with Saint Patrick, Wicklow is a well known saintly county. The badge measures 45mm across, when I have seen this worn on the uniform it is usually positioned at the point of the Scarf/Necker.  The earlier version of the badge had a white border.


Kevin’s Region
Saint Kevin’s Region, Wicklow. Catholic Boy Scouts of Ireland C.B.S.I. Not sure when they changed the design to the more picturesque shield type design but I think it was when they dropped the Boy from C.B.S.I.  The badge measures 47mm by 25mm and was also produced without the rounded edges.



Kevin’s Region
Saint Kevin’s Region, Wicklow. Catholic Scouts of Ireland C.S.I. The more picturesque design I think produced around the time the Boy was dropped from C.B.S.I.

Kildare

Scouting Ireland currant issue (2014) Kildare Scout County part of the South Eastern Province.
Kildare and Leighlin Region


Catholic Boy Scouts of Ireland C.B.S.I. and Catholic Scouts of Ireland C.S.I. Kildare and Leighlin Region. Catholic Scouts of Ireland C.S.I. Covered Kildare and parts of County Carlow.

Moyliffey

Scout Association of Ireland Moyliffey covered groups in Kildare around the Curragh. Moyliffey is probably best known from James Joyce where it is mentioned in Finnegan’s Wake where Moyliffey eggs are mentioned.  



Louth

Fane
Catholic Scouts of Ireland C.S.I. Fane Region. Covered groups in and around County Louth Drogheda area.

Oriel
Oriel District, Scout Association of Ireland S.A.I. covered Scout Groups around Dundalk, Blackrock, Ravensdale and  Dromiskin.

Louth
Scouting Ireland S.I. the current (2014) County Louth Scout county badge.

Offaly

Slieve Bloom
Measures 50mm across. Slieve Bloom Scout County covers several groups, two in Tipperary, six in Laois and nine in County Offaly.

Clonmacnoise Region County Offaly


Wexford and Waterford

Wexford Scout County

Scouting Ireland Wexford Scout County current issue 2014.

Waterford Scout County
Scouting Ireland Waterford Scout County current issue (2014)

Waterford South Kilkenny
Catholic Scouts of Ireland C.S.I. Waterford South Kilkenny.

Ferns Diocese
Ferns Diocese Catholic Scouts of Ireland C.S.I. The church diocese covers most of Wexford and bits of Carlow and Wicklow, as far as I know the Scout Ferns Diocese covered groups in the North of Wexford.
Ferns Region
Ferns Region South Scouts of Ireland C.S.I. Covers the South of Wexford. There are a few variations of this badge where the cross varies in size and the text appears slightly in size and style, the design remains the same in all variations.

Ferns North
Catholic Boy Scouts of Ireland, C.B.S.I. Ferns North
Slaney
Scout Association of Ireland S.A.I. Slaney. Measures 55mm by 35mm. Slaney Scout District  covered groups in New Ross, Kildavin, Wexford, Waterford, Dunmore East, and Rosslare.

Carlow and Kilkenny
Carlow Kilkenny Scout County
Scouting Ireland current issue (2014). The Scout County is made up of 6 groups from Carlow and 10 groups from Kilkenny and is part of the Scout Eastern Scout Province.
Ormonde
Scout Association of Ireland, measures 60mm by 40mm. Ormonde Scout district cover groups in Carlow and Kilkenny.
Meath

Gleann na Bóinne

Gleann na Bóinne in English Boyne Valley currant (2014). Gleann Na Boinne Scout County consists of the following Groups:

•1st Meath (Dunboyne)
•1st Meath (Navan)
•2nd Meath (Trim)
•3rd Meath (Ballivor)
•5th Meath (Kells)

•6th Meath (Ashbourne)
•7th Meath (Dunshaughlin)
•8th Meath (Athboy)
•9th Meath (Ratoath)
•10th Meath (Skyrne)
•14th Meath (Kilbride)
•15th Meath (Navan)
•16th Meath (Kildalkey)
•17th Meath (Longwood)
•18th Meath (Cois Farraige)
19th Meath (Duleek)
Boyne Region
Boyne Region C.B.S.I. Catholic Boy Scouts of Ireland. Covered groups in Meath.

Tara

Tara, Scout Association of Ireland. Covered groups around the Hill of Tara in County Meath.


Westmeath
Lakelands Scout County
Scouting Ireland Lakelands Scout County current issue (2014) part of the North Eastern Scout Province. Lakelands covers groups in the Mullingar, Kilbeggan, Athlone and other groups in the Longford Westmeath areas.

Lir District
Scout Association of Ireland S.A.I. Lir District covered County Westmeath around the Mullingar area. The four swans are the Children of Lir from the old Celtic legend. The badge was issued in two varieties, one with a dark grey backing the other had a white backing, there was no difference in the design on the front of the badge.

Connacht





Connacht Province Badge

Scout Association of Ireland S.A.I. Connacht Province Badge measures 50mm by 40mm. There are several slightly varying designs. The badge could be worn by all sections within the Province of Connacht. A similar badge was worn by the Girl Guides of Ireland.


Catholic Scouts of Ireland CSI Western Region cover groups in the West of Ireland including Clare, Galway Mayo and Sligo it was replaced in 2004 by Western Scout Province. Reigiún Thiar is Gaelic for Western Region.

Lough Keel
Scouting Ireland S.I. Current issue (2014). Lough Keel Scout County is part of the Western Provence of Scouting Ireland with Scout Groups in Leitrim, Longford and Roscommon.

Galway
Galway Scout County
Scouting Ireland S.I. the current (2014) Galway Scout County Badge.

Danann

Danann Scout Association of Ireland S.A.I., Danann Scout District was made up of groups from County Galway.

  • 1st Galway St. Nicholas (Galway City)

  • 4th Galway Craughwell

  • 5th Galway Corofin

  • 6th Galway Killimor

  • 8th Galway Oranmore

  • 12th Galway Claregalway

  • 14th Galway Spiddal.

The badge measures 45mm across.

Reigiun na Gaillimhe

Catholic Scouts of Ireland. C.S.I.

Reigiun na Gaillimhe Galway Region

Mayo
Muigh Eo
Scouting Ireland Muigh Eo (Mhaigh Eo/Maigh Eo) County Mayo current issue (2014)
Maigh Eo (Mayo)
Scout Association of Ireland, measures 55mm by 55mm, black felt backing. This badge is listed in some editions of the Badgers Club Irish section as MUISHEO but that thing that looks like an S is a G. Maigh Eo is the Irish for Mayo.

Sligo

Yeats County

Yeats Scout County represents groups in County Sligo and currently has 7 Groups, Ballyshannon, Benbulben, Calry, Rosses Point, Sligo Town, Ballisadare & Ballintrillick.


Sliabh Gamh
Scout Association of Ireland, measures 50mm across, white felt backing. Sliabh Gamh which translates into English as Ox Mountains. The shield is that of County Sligo, the Sligeach under the shield is Irish for Sligo. The badge was retired in 2004 with the introduction of Scouting Ireland.

C.B.S.I. Réigiún Naomh Molaise Saint Molaise Region Sligo. St. Molaise, the founder in the sixth century of the monastic settlement of Inishmurray, Inishmurray an island off the coast of Sligo may be named after the early saint, Muiredach mac Echdach.




Munster



What use to be Munster is now Scouting Ireland Southern Scout Province. The badge is currant issue (2014).

There are 9 counties in the Province.

  • Cois Laoi Chorcaí Scout County
  • Cork South Scout County
  • Kerry Scout County
  • Lee Valley Scout County
  • Limerick Scout County
  • North Cork Scout County
  • Tipp Cois Suir Scout County
  • Tipp North Scout County
  • West Cork Scout County

Munster Province 
                                
Scout Association of Ireland S.A.I. Munster Province Badge measures 50mm by 40mm. There are several slightly varying designs. The badge could be worn by all sections within the Province of Munster. A similar badge was worn by the Girl Guides of Ireland. There was quite a variety of shades differing designs shapes and manufacturing methods used for this badge.


Clare
Clare Region
Clare Region. Scouting Ireland S.I. currant (2014) issue.

Cork

Cork South Scout County part of the Southern Scout Province. Current issue Scouting Ireland. Measures 50mm across, white felt backing.
Cork Scout County
Cois Laoi Chorcai Cork Scout County current issue (2014) part of the Southern Scout Province. Cois Laoi Chorcai translates as Cork next to the Lee (The river Lee flows through Cork).

Carbery District
Carbery Scout District was in Cork. Badge measures 50mm across.
Carrigdoun
Scout Association of Ireland S.A.I. Carrigdoun. Carrigdoun is in County Cork. There a various different ways of spelling Carrigdoun, Charraig Dhonn I think would be the proper Irish spelling and in English it is known as Carrigdown but would translate as Brown Rock. The badge measures 60mm by 45mm.

Cloyne North Region
Catholic Scouts of Ireland C.S.I. measures 65mm across, black backing. On the formation of Scouting Ireland Cloyne North Region was joined by Boherbue Kanturk and Mallow to form North Cork Scout County.
Cloyne South Region
Cloyne South Region, Catholic Scouts of Ireland C.S.I., the 25th Cork Cobh were part of it, I do not know what other Scout Groups went up to make Cloyne South.
Cloyne West Region
                                           
Cloyne West Region, Catholic Boy Scouts of Ireland C.B.S.I., included some Cork and Kanturk groups. The same design was used on the C.S.I. version of the badge,the B was dropped when it became C.S.I.
Cork North Region
                                              
Catholic Boy Scouts of Ireland C.B.S.I. and Catholic Scouts of Ireland C.S.I. the earlier version of the badge had a more yellow background.
Cork and Ross South West
Catholic Boys Scouts of Ireland C.B.S.I. Cork and Ross South West.
Cork South East Region
Cork South East Region, Catholic Boy Scouts of Ireland, C.B.S.I. Quite a few issues with slight variations in colour shade although all have BT Ullamh, I think the BT should be Bi.
Cork South East Region
Cork South East Region 1979-2003, Catholic Scouts of Ireland, C.S.I.
Lee Valley
Scouting Ireland current issue (2014). The Scout County is part of the Southern Scout Province and is made up of groups situated along the River Lee in County Cork.
The County consists of the following Scout Groups
4th Cork Saints Peter & Paul's
5th Cork The Lough
11th Cork Cloghroe
28th Cork Macroom
37th Cork Togher
43rd Cork Bishopstown
45th Cork Blarney
49th Cork Ballincollig
109th Cork Ballinora

Muskerry

Scout Association of Ireland SAI Muskerry. Muskerry was a scout district in County Cork and covered groups around Blarney.

North Cork Scout County
Scouting Ireland North Cork Scout County, current issue (2014), measures 50mm across. North Cork Scout County is part of the Southern Scout Province and includes groups from Buttevant,  Charliville, Fermoy, Mitchelstown, Mallow and surrounding areas. It includes the groups that used to be part of the old North Cloyne Region.

Saint Finbar’s Region Cork covered groups in Cork which included the 2nd Port of Cork Sea Scouts and the 7th and 20th Scouts, Finbar’s used to be Finbarr’s.

West Cork
Scouting Ireland S.I., the current (2014) West Cork county badge. Part of the Southern Scout Province.

Fastnet Region
Fastnet Region Scout Association of Ireland S.A.I. Covered groups around Cobh in Cork harbour.
Shandon District
Shandon District Scout Association of Ireland S.A.I., measures 70mm by 70mm, black felt backing. Shandon District covered Scout groups around the Shandon district of Cork City. This badge is the Silver Lurex thread variety.

An Laoi (The Lee)
Measures 50mm across, dark grey felt backing. An Laoi translates as The Lee and was a Scout Association of Ireland district which covered groups in Cork. Most of the groups covered by the An Laoi district are now part of Scouting Ireland Cois Laoi Chorcai Scout County.  Cois Laoi Chorcai translates as beside the Lee Cork.


Kerry
Ciarraí (Kerry)
Scouting Ireland Ciarraí Scout County current issue (2014). Kerry Scout County is part of the Southern Scout Provence.

Ciarraí Theas
Catholic Scouts of Ireland C.S.I. Ciarraí Theas Kerry South.

Ciarraí Thuaidh
Catholic Scouts of Ireland C.S.I. Ciarraí Thuaidh Kerry North

SAI Scout Association of Ireland Sceilig covered groups in Kerry. Badge measures 50mm across.




Limerick

Limerick Scout County

Scouting Ireland Limerick Scout County current issue 2014.


Cashel and Emly Region
Catholic Scouts of Ireland C.S.I. Cashel and Emly includes most of the county of North Tipperary, much of the northern part of South Tipperary as well as an eastern slice of County Limerick.

John Paul Region Limerick
John Paul Region Limerick Catholic Scouts of Ireland C.S.I.

Thomond
Thomond Scout Association of Ireland S.A.I.

Measures 40 by 38mm, Thomond Scout District was not far from Limerick City.


Tirarmore
Scout Association of Ireland S.A.I. Tirarmore Limerick, measures 60mm by 50mm.
 
Cois Sionna Region
Catholic Scouts of Ireland C.S.I. Cois Sionna Region Limerick Clare. Measures 53mm across. Cois Sionna is Gaelic for Shannon Area (River Shannon).
Luachra
Luachra Scout Association of Ireland S.A.I. The district covered parts of West Cork, Kerry and West Limerick, called after Sliabh Luachra, Sliabh is Gaelic for mountain, Luachra was a character form Irish mythology.
Saint Nessan’s Region
Saint Nessan’s Catholic Scouts of Ireland C.S.I., covered groups in Limerick.

Saint John's Region Limerick

Tipperary
 Tipperary Scout County
Scouting Ireland current issue (2014). County Tipperary Tois Siuire, the Tois Siuire is Irish for the source of the River Suir which rises in the Devil’s Bit Mountain.
Scouting Ireland Tipperary North Scout County currant issue 2014

Waterford
Na Deise
Catholic Boy Scouts of Ireland C.B.S.I. and Catholic Scouts of Ireland C.S.I. Na Deise (na nDéise) Not sure about this one but the only translation we could come up with for Na Deise that it is an old Gaelic name for County Waterford.

Ulster




Ulster Province

Scout Association of Ireland S.A.I. Ulster Province Badge measures 50mm by 40mm. There are several slightly varying designs. The badge could be worn by all sections within the Province of Ulster. A similar badge was worn by the Girl Guides of Ireland.


Scouting Ireland currant issue (2014) Northern Province.

There are 5 counties in the Province.

Brian Boru Scout County

Down & Connor Scout County

Erne Scout County

Errigal Scout County

Dalriada Scout County

Dalriada Scout County part of the Northern Scout Province.


Scouting Ireland (Currant issue 2014) Errigal Scout County is part of Northern Province.

Armagh and Tyrone
 Brian Boru
         
Catholic Boy Scouts of Ireland and Catholic Scouts of Ireland. Brian Boru Region covers parts of County Armagh and County Tyrone. The old C.S.I. version had no text identifying it as a Scout badge. There were several issues of this badge each differing slightly in design.
Brian Boru County
Current issue (2014). Part of the Northern Province.

Cavan

Cavan Monaghan Scout County part of the North Eastern Scout Province. Measures 50mm across, white felt backing, Scouting Ireland current issue.

Breffni
Breffni County Cavan. Measures 50mm by 40mm, dark grey backing. In medieval times, the area of Cavan was part of the petty kingdom of East Bréifne or Brefney O'Reilly after its ruling Gaelic family. This in turn was a division of the 11th century Kingdom of Bréifne. For this reason the county is colloquially known as the Breffni County.
Kilmore Region
Kilmore Region C.B.S.I. (County Cavan)

North Midlands Region

Catholic Scouts of Ireland CSI North Midlands Region. Covered groups in Cavan and some of Monaghan. The badge measures 60mm by 40mm.




Donegal
Donegal
Scout Association of Ireland, early issue felt.

Donegal
                            
Scout Association of Ireland S.A.I. Donegal, measures 60mm by 43mm. Later issues of this design had felt backing and the colour was not as strong as the earlier issue.

Dúnn na nGall
Catholic Scouts of Ireland C.S.I. Dúnn na nGall, the County is called after the town and translates to English as either The Town of the Stranger or The Town that repelled the Stranger.
Tir Conaill
Catholic Scout of Ireland C.S.I. Gasoga na hEireann translates as Scouts of Ireland Tir Conaill (there are various different ways to spell Tir Conaill) is an old name for Donegal, it was officially known as Tirconnell from the foundation of the Irish Free State until 1927 when it was changed to Dúnn na nGall.

Down
Down and Connor
          
Scouting Ireland S.I. Down and Connor. The current badge (2014) comes in an English and Irish version. The badge measures 70mm by 70mm.

Down and Connor Scout Region. Catholic Boy Scouts of Ireland C.B.S.I. and C.S.I. Down and Connor Scout County covers County Antrim, County Down and Belfast.
                          
Drumlin
Scout Association of Ireland S.A.I., measures 50mm across. Drumlin is in County Down.
Saint MacNissi’s
Saint MacNissi’s (Macnissis) Region Down and Connor. Catholic Scouts of Ireland C.S.I., badge measures 53mm by 63mm. Saint MacNissi’s Region covered groups in County Down around Bangor and Randalstown.

Saint Bridgids Region was part of the Down and Connor Diocese which covered CBSI groups in Antrim Down and Belfast.
Dromore Region
Dromore Region Catholic Boy Scouts of Ireland C.B.S.I. Dromore is in County Down Northern Ireland.
Saint Brigids Region
Saint Brigids Region Down and Connor. C.B.S.I. and C.S.I., the basic design of the badge remained the same with the dropping of the Boy from C.B.S.I., there are a variety of shades of green and text colours.

Erne Region
Erne Region is located on the Fermanagh, Cavan, Donegal, and Monaghan Borders. The Scout Region name comes from the Lough Erne that runs through the middle of the Scout Region. After the change from CBSI to CSI the badge remained the same apart from the B.



Fermanagh
Erne Scout County

Erne Scout County version above used from 2004 to 2010


The current issue has Scouting Ireland and the shade of green changed.
Rye Valley
Catholic Boy Scouts of Ireland C.B.S.I. Rye Valley, not far from Enniskillen in Fermanagh Northern Ireland.