For many years, we have been very fortunate with the calibre of photographers who have captured many memorable club moments. However, we now need to add to our team of photographers in order to grow our invaluable photo archives in 2018.
Club - News & Reports
Serving freshly ground Barista coffee, relax and enjoy the Sunday newspapers, while the family train or play at Glenalbyn. With Sky Sports you can follow all major sporting events and stay warm at our blazing fire.
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
Club sponsors Bank of Ireland can provide a wide range of financial services to members of the Club.
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.
We regret to inform members that Edel Uí Ghallchobhair’s beloved mother Isabel has died. Isabel was Mother of Edel, Grandmother of Oisín and Dara and Mother-in-law of Diarmuid who have all been long time members and supporters of the club. Edel's Mum lived to her 103rd year. What stories she must have been able to tell. May she rest in peace.
KickStart Crokes Cycle 0 - 50km - training underway Sunday Jan 28th. Spin out to Dalkey for Coffee. Well done to all who took part on a windy day. Still some room for folks who want to get involved. Contact Ronan Conway on 0874197753 to signup
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.
On Thursday Jan 25th the cyclists who who have signed up for M2M 2018 came together for a meeting to cover all the planning and training aspects for taking on this challange. Aidan Ryan from UCD Bike shop gave a great presentation giving the group lots of great information and tips.
The GAA in conjunction with CARA held a pilot Disability Inclusion Training course in Kilmacud Crokes Hurling Arena on Tuesday January 23rd last