Committee Structure

The following chart outlines the structure of the Kilmacud Crokes Executive Committee

Kilmacud Crokes Executive Committee

 

Club - News & Reports

Sunday 26th August, 2007

On Saturday the under 10’s travelled to Urlingford to take part in the annual Emeralds tournament.  As always the tournament was excellently organised and our gratitude and compliments to all in the Emeralds club for their hospitality.  The Crokes lads overcame Thomastown, St Johns (Belfast

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Sunday 19th August, 2007

Highlights of the week include the Dublin under 21’s, with Crokes Ross O’Carroll, qualifying for the All-Ireland Final on 9th September, a cup for the under 16’s and the under 15’s reaching the championship semi-final.

Dubs reach U21 Final

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Monday 13th August, 2007

In the only club match played, the U16 hurlers had a good 4-14 to 0-06 win against Erin's Isle in a league match on July 31st (see report elsewhere on the website).
 

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Friday 3rd August, 2007

A great weekend’s hurling fest in Croke Park dominated the headlines.  With the main holiday period kicking in this was a light week for club fixtures. 

 

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Monday 23rd July, 2007

Week Ending 22nd July 2007

 

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Monday 23rd July, 2007

A Cairde,

 

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Sunday 15th July, 2007

Week Ending 15th July 2007

After the recent spate of hectic activity this was a quiet week on the playing front.

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Sunday 8th July, 2007

Seniors v St Brigids

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Wednesday 4th July, 2007

Tony Wall’s Address

‘Last Friday we buried Kieran Carey—we buried him in Knock a small village outside Roscrea—and as we stood around the grave and listened to the oration I saw the yew trees and I thought of Brian McMahon’s ballad about Tommy Daly

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Monday 2nd July, 2007

The sad passing of Father Michael Loftus, PP Kilmacud and Kilmacud Crokes GAA Club President, at the beginning of the week put in perspective the feelings of pride, joy and accomplishment when Dublin won the Leinster Minor Hurling Final in Croke Park on Sunday, captained by Barry O’Rorke and with

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