Club - News & Reports
The Kilmacud Crokes Hurling Section has determined that our winning potential this season may be greatly improved by a simple adjustment to the size of the hurley used during games.
KEALY (née Hannon) Mary (late of Taney) - March 28, 2009, peacefully, in St Vincent's University Hospital, loving wife of the late Tommy and beloved mother of Yvonne, Thomas and Paul; deeply missed by her family, sister Doleen, daughters-in-law, brother-in-law, grandchildren, nieces a
The week opened with an AHL1 defeat for the seniors at the hands of O’Tooles on Monday 23rd March 2009. For report see HERE Next up for the seniors are St Vincents in Silverpark on Saturday 4th April 200
In AHL4 the Intermediates played Good Counsel in Silverpark. Shea Gillen struck for an early goal and point. Shane Canny’s seventeenth minute point, after a good run, put the home side 1-4 to 0-1 clear. That was to be their last score of the half as ascendancy switched to the Drimnagh team and
On Saturday afternoon, 14th March 2009, in Silverpark, a strong central spine of Fergus Garvey, Declan Browne, Conor Sheehan, John Ross Hunt and Donal McGovern guided Crokes to a 5-8 to 3-8 Corn Ceitinn win over a Setanta.
Everybody will be familiar with the new Hurling Arena in Glenalbyn. This was built at a cost of €500,000 and is a huge addition to hurling in the club. It has been entirely funded by the Hurling Section and we still have some way to go.