Football - News & Reports

Irish Cancer Society
Tuesday 17th October, 2017
Irish Cancer Society 

John Shovlin is taking park in a charity event on Thursday 19th for the Irish Cancer Society.
He and a number of his work colleges will stock and run the Kimmage Store at 47 Sundrive Road for the day and hope to boost their profits for one day.

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PowerYoga4Sports classes starting next Tuesday 25th April 8.30-9.30pm in Kilmacud Crokes.
Friday 21st April, 2017
A new 6 week session of PowerYoga4Sports classes starting next Tuesday 25th April 8.30-9.30pm in Kilmacud Crokes.

Read how Yoga has benefited Niall Corcoran, Senior Dublin hurler and Michael Roche, Under 21 & Senior B hurler

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Senior Championship
Thursday 20th April, 2017
Football Championship

Well done to all involved in the first round of the senior championship.

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Football Championship
Tuesday 18th April, 2017
Championship Time

Football Championship time is here again.

There are three Adult football Championship matches in the next week. The fixtures are as follows :

Thursday 20th April - Senior Team v  Erin's Isle @ 7pm in O'Toole Park.

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Friday 14th April, 2017

fixtures_-_16th_april_2017.pdf

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Easter Camp
Saturday 8th April, 2017

kilmacud_crokes_campa_na_nog_2017.pdf

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Saturday 8th April, 2017

fixtures_-_9th_april_2017.pdf

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Friday 31st March, 2017

fixtures_-_2nd_april_2017.pdf

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Medal Presentation - Junior A & U21 - Photographs
Thursday 30th March, 2017
Medal Presentation to 2016 Football Championship Winners (Junior A & U21)  
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Congratulations to the Dublin U21 Team
Thursday 30th March, 2017
Congratulations to the Dublin U21 Team - Leinster Champions  Dublin 2-14   Offaly 0-8

Well done to the Kilmacud Crokes players that are involved in the Dublin U21 panel - Andrew Mc Gowan,  Ben Shovlin, Tom Fox, Dan O'Brien, Callum Pearson and Cillian O' Shea

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Mikey Sheehy - Infamous Goal for Kerry against Dublin in the 1978 All Ireland Final
Tuesday 28th March, 2017
In the 1978 All Ireland Final between Kerry and Dublin, Mikey Sheehy of Kerry scored what has possibly become GAA’s most famous goal.
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