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

GAA Club Newsletter November 2017
Wednesday 6th December, 2017

Includes Article on Healthy Club program - Award which Crokes recently got


Kilmacud Crokes Friends Of Laura Lynn
Tuesday 21st November, 2017


SUNDAY, 26 NOVEMBER 2017, 3:30PM - 5:30PM

This special event promises to be a wonderful celebration of life and Christmas with our supporters and the local community.

Positive Mental Health and Resilience in Teenagers - Football Section  Autum Series Talk 8.30 pm on 22 November 2017
Tuesday 7th November, 2017

The third and final event in the Kilmacud Crokes Football series of Autumn Information Evenings’ takes place in the club function room at 8.30 pm on 22 November 2017.

KIlmacud Crokes Gets Healthy Club Award
Saturday 4th November, 2017

Kilmacud Crokes Club Wellbeing Officer Kevin Mulligan receiving the GAA healthy club award at Croke Park today on behalf of Crokes.

Kilnmacud Football Presents  Evening 2 - Autumn Information Evenings for Parents
Thursday 12th October, 2017
Kilmacud Football - Autumn Information Evenings for Parents Evening 2 Health and Athletic Performance in Teenagers Wednesday 18th October 2017
Kick Start Crokes - We Need Your Help
Wednesday 27th September, 2017

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

GAA - Fun and Run Introduction Friday September 22nd in Trinity College  6pm - 7:30pm
Wednesday 20th September, 2017

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.

Kilmacud Crokes ‘re-start a Heart Campaign’
Monday 18th September, 2017

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

Club Defibrillator re-location
Thursday 31st August, 2017

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