Club - News & Reports
The 2nd April is World Autism Awareness Day (WAAD). People with Autism and those living with autism face many hurdles every day.
As a society, with a liitle thought and a few simple changes we can reduce these barriers to make our world more accessible.
Photo Credit to Darragh Hickey
April 30th is the date for your diaries when the Hurling Punchestown gets up and running. this is the 16th occurence of this most enjoyable outing. Its also an important fundraiser and we invite all club members to create and promote awareness with suitable corporate or private contacts.
The club would like send its condolences to the family of Dick O' Rafferty who passed away today after a long battle with illness. Dick was one of the KC Wheelers cyclists who took part in Mizen to Malin in 2016 raising much needed funds for Breast Cancer / Kilmacud Crokes and was actively invol
A huge thank you to the Kilmacud Crokes Football and Camogie Senior Ladies for coming to talk to the U8 girls ahead of the start of their Go games. The girls were thrilled to have such great role models taking time to visit them.
Our Under 8's Ladies Footballers hit the road on Sunday and headed for Castelknock and Foxrock Cabinteely for their first Go Games !. Over 60 Kilmacud Crokes girls partricipated. Managers Don & Deirdre were delighted with the girls who played super football.