Crokes Talks

Crokes Talks is a brand / tag line we have developed to ensure we have a much defined focus and program of activity  for player / member, mental health and overall well-being in the club.

Crokes TalksThe initiative was started in January 2015 and has grown from strength to strength. We have added a role to our executive entitled Club Wellbeing Officer. This role is held by Kevin Mulligan.   Along with Kevin, there is an active Crokes Talks Working group who are defining and implementing initiatives to maintain to drive education and involvement across the club in this area.   We also extend the reach of this program outside the club into the broader community and partner with other service providers and organizations who have expertise in this area.  

More details on the strategy, roadmap, interventions, etc can be found below. If you have an interest in this area and want to get involved, contact Kevin at +353-87-2518755 

To read more about the Club's Health and Wellbeing Strategy click HERE

Crokes Talks - News & Reports

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.

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. 

Today is World Down Syndrome Day  - Thursday March 21st
Thursday 21st March, 2019


#rockyoursocks today!! Don't forget your  odd socks for #WorldDownSyndromeDay,

Teenagers & Technology    Thursday March 21st 8pm Colman Noctor MSc PG Dip RPN,ICP
Tuesday 12th March, 2019

Colman Noctor is a Leinster based Child, Adolescent / Young Adult Psychoanalytical Psychotherapist who has worked in many of the Child & Adolescent Mental Health services in Ireland and abroad.

Kilmacud Crokes Club's 'Social Story'
Thursday 28th February, 2019

In Kilmacud Crokes we continue on a journey of understanding and awareness to help make our Club a better place for the entire community.  As part of this initiative, we are delighted to launch a Kilmacud Crokes GAA Club ‘Social Story’.   In general, social stories are used to teach particular so

Upcoming Free Parenting Programme  - Parenting Adolescents and a six week CBT programme for teenagers - Working Things Out' both starting 26th February for six weeks
Wednesday 6th February, 2019

The Parenting Programme and the Working things out Programme will be happening at the same time (Tuesday evenings 7pm to 9pm in Mounttown) so this might ideally suit families where the young person would benefit from the CBT Programme while Parents avail of the Parenting Programme.

Reduce The Odds
Wednesday 6th February, 2019