Club - News & Reports
On the main pitch the under 16’s had little difficulty disposing of the challenge of Faughs in a Division 1 Bottom 4 tie. Crokes led 2-11 to 1-3 at the break. In the second half the trend continued and it finished 5-18 to 3-7. To the fore for
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The GAA has unveiled details of its National Bursaries scheme for students attending Higher Education colleges as part of its ongoing commitment to Player Welfare.
The Kilmacud Crokes Junior B hurlers came up just short after an engrossing championship county final at Parnell Park on Saturday 24th October 2009 against Good Counsel.
Cartiers Dazzle, the greyhound pup bought by the Kilmacud Crokes Hurlers Syndicate at the Punchestown Hurling Race Day Auction in 2008 got off to a flying start in her first competitive race at Shelbourne Park on Wed Oct 7th.
It was a weekend of mixed fortunes. Among the many positives were county final qualification for the Junior B’s, the intermediates progressing to the county semi-final, the hosting of a very successful under 9 tournament and an impressive skills competition win for our youngsters in K
Minor A’s beat Boden, B’s beat Raheny
A heavy weekend programme had two particular highlights. On Friday night, September 25th 2009, in Parnell Park the Kilmacud Crokes senior hurlers secured top spot in Group B of the championship and with it a seeded draw for the quarter finals. The following day the under 14’s