Hurling + Hurling All Ireland 7s - News & Reports
Our Seniors had an unsuccessful start to the league when they were beaten by 6 points in a competitive league game last Saturday. The final scoreline did not reflect the closeness of a game in which Crokes led for long periods.
A gritty committed performance was not enough to enable the Kilmacud Crokes Junior 5 hurlers avoid defeat in the Eddie Barron Shield away to Whitehall Colmcilles on Thursday 29th March 2007. Applying themselves wholeheartedly to the task in hand Crokes held their own for the first half and were
The Junior B started their official 2007 hurling campaign against near neighbours Cuala on Wednesday evening in Silverpark. Following a very dominant first half display by Cuala, who contained a fair sprinkling of their senior panel, Crokes trailed by 10 points.
Seniors beat St. Marks
Under 10's win in Gorey
A lovely sunny Saturday 24th March 2007 saw the Kilmacud Crokes senior hurlers play Glenariffe of Antrim in a challenge in Silverpark. The visitors threw down the gauntlet with a goal in the first minute. Three points from Fergal Armstrong (two frees, one from 75 metres) and Donal McGovern leve
The U10 hurlers fielded 41 players against arch rivals Na Fianna on a bitterly cold bank holiday Monday (March 19th) and performed impressively.
This was an excellent game, in which either team might have come out on top. The game took place on the wonderful all-weather pitch at Glenalbyn, home of Kilmacud Crokes GAA Club. Crokes players were to the fore on both teams.