Hurling All Ireland 7s

Beacon Hospital All-Ireland Hurling 7s

The 47th Beacon Hospital All-Ireland Hurling 7s takes place on Saturday 17th August.

Games start from 10am in Glenalbyn, Silverpark, UCD and St. Olafs.

There are 3 hurling competitions and an additional U12 hurling festival.

Senior Hurling 7-A-Side 
Round Robin Venues: Silverpark, Glenalbyn, St. Olafs
Quarter Finals on Glenalbyn - 

For Details on Schedule and Results - Click Here

Shield Hurling 7-a-side
Round Robin thru to Semi Final Venue: St Olafs
Final: Glenalbyn - For Details on Schedule and Results - Click Here

U13 Hurling 11-a-side
Round Robin thru to Semi Final Venue: UCD
Final: Glenalbyn - For Details on Schedule and Results - Click Here

The All-Ireland Hurling 7s sponsored by Beacon Hospital will be a great family event, with free entry for all.

There will be face painters, balloon makers and a big Puc Fada competition (U8-U11) and a Wall Ball Competition (U10-U11) taking place in Glenalbyn, with some great prizes to be won.

You can also win a brand new Kilmacud Crokes Heritage jersey by tweeting a picture from the Hurling 7s, include #beaconhospital7s and tag @HurlingSevens or upload a picture from the Hurling 7s to your Instagram story, include #beaconhospital7s and tag @hurling7s.

Winner will be announced just before the Senior Cup Final on Saturday.

A raffle will be take place to win 2 tickets between Tipperary and Kilkenny in the All-Ireland Final.

Bring the family and meet the hurling superstars!

For those unable to make it, the Quarter-Finals, Semi-Finals and Final will be streamed live via the Beacon Hospital All-Ireland Hurling 7s page here:  (no account required to view). Newstalk’s sports broadcaster, Oisin Langan, will be commentating throughout the day.



Hurling + Hurling All Ireland 7s - News & Reports

Pairc De Burca Update - PLEASE READ
Tuesday 24th May, 2022

To all members,

Death Notice Des McCormack ( Mr Kilmacud) RIP
Monday 23rd May, 2022

The Kilmacud Crokes GAA community is saddened to hear of the passing of Des McCormack - one of the great club men of our time.  A parent, champsionship winning team mentor (junior football), past club sponsor (Whirlpool)  and past club treasurer.

Celebrating the Purple and Gold - Great day at Glenalbyn!
Sunday 22nd May, 2022

Despite the odd shower of rain the sun shone brightly in Glenalbyn, as Crokes crelebrated multiple successes in 2021/2022

The Mini's Are Back - Online Sign Up Now Open  #PassionLivesHere
Wednesday 4th May, 2022


Online Registration for Mini All Ireland Entries now open at this link  -

Fixture Update  Beginning Feb 26th
Friday 9th September, 2016


Thursday 30th August, 2007
The Naomh Eanna Club in Gorey attracted over 350 aspiring hurlers of the future to their annual under-8 hurling tournament on Saturday 25th August.
Wednesday 29th August, 2007
The Dublin Under 16 hurlers fell at the last hurdle when they were beaten by Tipperary in the All Ireland final in Semple Stadium on Sunday the 26th August 2007.
Monday 27th August, 2007

Crokes had won this U10 competition for the previous 2 years so the pressure  was on to keep the sequence going. The format was straight forward. Two groups of five with the winner of each group qualifying for the final.

Monday 27th August, 2007
Date of Match: 18th August 2007

Competition: Ballygalget Under 16 Tournament

Management Team: Pat Halpin, Tom Murphy, Daibhi dePaor, Gearóid O’Riain, Kevin Coakley

Match Report/ Match Highlights:
Sunday 19th August, 2007

On Sunday 19th August 2007 the Kilmacud Crokes under 15’s had a convincing 3-10 to 0-04 championship quarter final win away to Lucan Sarsfields  While the Crokes win was impressive it is important not to get carried away, given Lucan were short a few key players.

Friday 3rd August, 2007

Junior 5, 22 July 2007


Na Fianna 2-9 Kilmacud Crokes 1-11



Wednesday 1st August, 2007
Date of Match: 31st July 2007

Versus: St Vincents Venue: Silverpark

Competition: Under 16 Division 1 League

Management Team: Pat Halpin, Daibhi dePaor, Gearóid O’Riain, Kevin Coakley, Tom Murphy

Match Result
Monday 23rd July, 2007

Even if it did not rain during the game there was enough surface water on the Poppintree pitch to keep a sizeable flock of ducks happy as Crokes played Setanta in the Intermediate Hurling League on Tuesday 17th July 2007.


Saturday 14th July, 2007
Saturday 14th July, 2007

In 1938 Dublin won the Liam McCarthy cup with victory over Waterford in the final.  Having defeated Laois in the provincial final, the Dublin minors went down 7-2 to 5-4 against Cork in the All-Ireland Final on the day Christy Ring won his first All-Ireland medal.  Three Crokes players played for