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Friday 29th March, 2019

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.

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Death Notice Bridie Carroll RIP
Monday 8th April, 2019

The death has occurred of Bridie Carroll, the mother of Margaret Keane. Margaret has served as club registrar and her 7 children - Rachel, Donal, Cathal, Conall, Aodhan, Cliodhna and Grainne - all play or have played with the club.

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Hurling Feile Weekend April 13th/14th
Monday 8th April, 2019

Friday 12th marks the Easter Holidays for most underage players in Kilmacud Crokes – why not start it by going to support one of our U14 Hurling teams in the Feile na nGael Tournament in one of the following venues from 10.15 am on Saturday 13th  : 

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Rescheduled Paddys Day Cycle   Sunday April 13th
Sunday 7th April, 2019

Up to 50 KC Wheelers Cyclists took to the road today to complete the rescheduled annual Paddys Day cycle.

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Happening Saturday 13/4/19 Kilmac's Bar
Sunday 7th April, 2019

Neil Young /Bob Dylan

Gig/Open Mic

8pm Sat 13th April 2019

Kilmac’s Bar

All Welcome to a night of the songs + music of Neil Young + Bob Dylan Free entry. Charity hats will be passed around Singers/musicians will include

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Senior B Hurlers Win Opening Championship Game  Against Local Rivals Olaf's
Sunday 7th April, 2019

Kilmacud Crokes Senior ‘B’ Hurlers started their 2019 Championship campaign with a hard-fought but deserved win over near neighbours St. Olaf’s at Páirc Uí Bhriain last Saturday evening (6th April).

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Fixtures Beginning Week April 6th 2019
Friday 5th April, 2019

crokes_fixtures_6th_april_2019.xlsb_.pdf

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April 2nd -  World Autism Awareness Day (WAAD).
Wednesday 3rd April, 2019

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. 

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