Camogie - News & Reports

Saturday 14th January, 2012

Kilmacud Crokes Camogie Club

Code of Conduct - Players and Parents

PARENTS / GUARDIANS should encourage their child to:

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Friday 13th January, 2012

Camogie Registration will take place in Glenalbyn on Saturday 28th January & Thursday 2nd February 2012.

Please read on for further information.

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Friday 30th December, 2011

Happy New Year to all our players, mentors, trainers and parents in Kilmacud Crokes Camogie.

Go neiri an tadh libh go leir i mblian 2012.

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Friday 9th December, 2011

Noble Fir trees will be available this weekend (10th and 11th December) outside the paddock, with the proceeds going to the club. This year we have an even wider selection of 8 - 11 ft trees, given their popularity over the last few years. Please support this worthwhile club initiative.

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Monday 14th November, 2011

The Annual General Meeting of the Camogie Section will take place on Wednesday, 30th November 2011 at 8pm in Room 4, Glenalbyn House. All welcome.

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Friday 11th November, 2011

Pairc de Burca is closed for tomorrow but training will go ahead for some groups. The following arrangements will be in place.  

 2005s will train in the Paddock as usual

2004s will train in the Paddock as usua

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Thursday 3rd November, 2011

Week

Name

Mobile No.

8th Sept

Maeve Sheridan

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Tuesday 18th October, 2011

A meeting was held for Parents of New Players (those born in 2005/2004/2003/2002) on Saturday 15th October. Information was given regarding the structure of the club, nursery setup and other important details that new parents need to be aware of.

     

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Sunday 25th September, 2011

Camogie Registration takes place at the end of January on a Saturday morning and on an evening to be decided. The registration dates will be communicated to parents at the beginning of January. The registration period runs from January to December.

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Sunday 25th September, 2011

Bring all your unwanted textiles (clothes, bedding, towels, curtains, footwear) to Glenalbyn on 14th & 15th October to help raise funds for the Kilmacud Crokes Benevolent Fund and Kilmacud Crokes Camogie Section.

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