Camogie + Club + Football + Hurling + Ladies Football - News & Reports
Fantastic night had by over 700 members in the Clayton last Saturday. Well done to all involved in the organisation. This has become a great club night not to be missed. Check out the photo's on the Club Facebook.
Kilmacud Crokes community extends it sincere sympathies to Joanne and Brian Mc Breen, their sons Joseph (U16) and Max (U13) and daughter Jamie (U8) on the death of their beloved grandfather JJ Mulroe.
As members will likely know, The Department of Tourism, Transport and Sport manages the Sports Capital Grant Program. This program aims to foster an integrated and planned approach to developing sports and physical recreation facilities throughout the country.
The death has occured of Jane (Tess) O'CONNELL (née O'Connell). Jane is mother to Rita née O’Connell our Camoige section chairperson. On behalf of Kilmacud Crokes, we extend our collective club condolences to Rita and her extended family on their sad loss. May she rest in peace.
Kilmacs Bar : Business as usual to Saturday 22nd December. Open from noon to 9 p.m. on 23rd December and closed from 24th December to 1st January 2019 inclusive.
The event will once again takes place in the Clayton Hotel Burlington Road and will comprise of a 4 course meal, with music until late.