Crokes Talks - News & Reports
After three very wet and snowy walks the weather gods finally shone on the kickstart hillwalkers as they enjoyed a dry and mild day on Saturday as they climbed the Sugarloaf.
The Club’s Community Activity is now well and truly ‘up and running’ in The Paddock on Sunday afternoons from 2 to 3 p.m. Phase 1 of the Community Activity runs through to Sunday 11th March 2018. The experience so far has allowed us test what works best to allow everyone take part and we have h
After very wet expeditions up Maulin and Mullacor for their first two hikes the Kickstart Hillwalking group took on Djouce Mountain from Luggala side for their 3rd outing hoping for better weather.
After completing a pilot Disability Inclusion Training course in Kilmacud Crokes Hurling Arena on Tuesday January 23rd last supported by Cara and the GAA, Crokes wasted no time in putting on its 1st Sports 4 all session in the club. It was well attended and enjoyed by all.
The GAA in conjunction with CARA held a pilot Disability Inclusion Training course in Kilmacud Crokes Hurling Arena on Tuesday January 23rd last
Over 200 folks braved the cold weather and came down to the club last Sunday to register for Kickstart Crokes 2018. They signed up for a wide range of activities which will run over the next number of weeks up to Saint Patricks day.
Dear Club Members and Friends,
Checkout the Embedded Program Document for Details - See you all on January 14th for the Registration and Sign-up 8pm in Club
On Saturday December 9th, the newly formed Crokes Choir which was setup under the banner of our Healthy Club program delivered a brilliant performance in Stillorgan Shopping Center raising funds for Laura Lynn.