Crokes Talks - News & Reports
The Healthy Club Project is a GAA initiative backed by Irish Life and Healthy Ireland. It is focused on improving the health of the nation. The initiative capitalizes on the key role played by GAA clubs in local communities all over the island of Ireland. Our club is one of the sixty clubs in Ire
Come along and Experience the launch of a new GAA game - Fun and Run. Targteted as a GAA intervention providing Inclusion and Sport for all. There will be a bus leaving Crokes at 5 and returning back to the club for 8 so leaving town around 7,30.
On Saturday 14th October 2017 we will launch the‘Kilmacud Crokes ‘re-start a Heart Campaign’ with a series of CPR information and training workshops. As a collaboration with UCD’s Centre for Emergency Medical Science & CFR Ire (Community First Responders), these workshops are being made ava
Members Be advised :
Please note re-location of Club defibrillators effective immediately :
1. Glenalbyn 1 : Outside dressing rooms – facing you as you approach Club from front avenue / opposite Parc De Burca entrance gate
See attached. All the more relevant given the tragic death in a swimming accident of a young player this week.
The popular Crokes Recalls afternoon events for our more long standing members and friends returns tomorrow Wednesday May 31st from 2:30pm in the Village café. All are welcome. Come along for a chat and a laugh. A chance to meet new and old friends.
Well Done to all who took part in the annual St Patrick’s day charity cycle with KC Wheelers this year. The group raised 2,000 euro for Laura Lynn. Picture of Cheque Presentation to Laura Lynn.