Committee Structure

The following chart outlines the structure of the Kilmacud Crokes Executive Committee

Kilmacud Crokes Executive Committee

 

Club - News & Reports

Best Wishes To All Our Ladies Footballers
Friday 23rd February, 2018

Best wishes to all Crokes Ladies Football teams involved in the opening league games this weekend.  Best of luck for the season ahead.

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U13A League Win
Sunday 1st October, 2017
U13A Footballers - League Win The U/13A footballers (2004s) wrapped up the  Division 1 football league on Saturday with a month and two games to spare.
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Kilmacud Crokes Senior Footballers make it into County Championship Semi Final
Saturday 30th September, 2017

In what was a very tense affair, Kilmacud Crokes just overcame Castleknock in a tense and close championship Quarter final to join Vincents as the 1st 2 teams into the semi's.  The game was a very close affair - score for score.  2 goals , one coming  after a sublime piece of play by Dublin star 

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Fixtures Week Beginning  September 30th
Friday 29th September, 2017

fixtures_-_01st_oct_2017.xlsb_002.pdf

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Kick Start Crokes - We Need Your Help
Wednesday 27th September, 2017

The Healthy Club Project is a GAA initiative backed by Irish Life and Healthy Ireland. It is focused on improving the health of the nation. The initiative capitalizes on the key role played by GAA clubs in local communities all over the island of Ireland. Our club is one of the sixty clubs in Ire

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Championship Games this weekend
Wednesday 27th September, 2017
Championship Games this weekend

There are a lot of championship games this weekend ...with Finals and Quarter Finals taking place.

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Good win for Minors in Championship match
Wednesday 27th September, 2017

 

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The fourteenth Chill-Insurance Kilmacud Crokes All Ireland U14 Ladies Football 7s
Tuesday 26th September, 2017

The fourteenth Chill-Insurance Kilmacud Crokes All Ireland U14 Ladies Football 7s began on Saturday as 32 teams arrived from all around the country, from Donegal to Kerry, and Dublin to Mayo and further afield.

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