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

Santa with Cian, Lorcan, Brendan and James
Friday 3rd December, 2021

Santa paid our Senior hurlers a surprise visit last night after training - to a suitably Wintry Bray - and presented them with the 2021 Hurling Yearbook as an early Christmas present.

Senior A Hurlers through to Leinster Semi Final
Tuesday 30th November, 2021

They now face Clogh-Ballacolla in Laois on Saturday December 11th at 6:15pm - Live on RTE

County Champions
Sunday 14th November, 2021

Senior A Hurling Team win County Championship in dramatic Final.

Wednesday 12th April, 2006

Date of Match: 11th April 2006

Versus: Ballyboden St Endas      Venue: Cherryfield

Competition: Under 15 Division 1 Championship Round Robin 1

Sunday 9th April, 2006

The Intermediates started their league campaign with a very good win against Fingallians in Swords on Saturday evening (8 April 2006).

Tuesday 4th April, 2006

Saturday 1st April 2006 saw Crokes account for St Vincents at a very wet Deerpark by 5-10 to 0-0.  Crokes also won the other game between the sides at the same venue 5-4 to 1-3


Monday 3rd April, 2006

Date of Match: 2nd April 2006

Versus: Cuala Venue: Silverpark

Competition/League: Under 15 Division 1 Round 3

Management Team: Pat Halpin, Daibhi dePaor, Fionan Moriarty, Tom Murphy

Match Result

Crokes 7 - 17 v Cuala 0 - 04

Monday 3rd April, 2006

The Under-14B’s did themselves proud on Saturday 1st April with a well earned victory over St. Pat’s (Palmerstown) in difficult conditions at GlenaulinPark. Having won the toss, team captain Rory Gogarty elected to play with the strong wind.

Thursday 30th March, 2006

On Sunday last, March 26th, Crokes senior hurlers had an encouraging 1 point victory against a strong Young Irelands (Gowran) team in an early season challenge game in Gowran.

Monday 27th March, 2006

The U 14A’s took on the U.14 O’ Loughlin Gaels’ team on a miserable afternoon in Kilkenny last Sunday 26th March. Crokes attacked from the start. Mark O’Dwyer opened the score with a goal from a free. He hit over another two nice points in the first half.

Monday 20th March, 2006

Crokes senior hurlers got the 2006 competitive season off to a winning start with a 4-10 to 0-9 victory over Ballyboden St Endas in Silverpark on Sunday 19th March 2006.


Monday 20th March, 2006

On the third coldest St. Patrick’s Day on record, there was nothing cold about this wholehearted display from Kilmacud Crokes Under-14A’s as they comprehensively overcame a Bray team, coached by Kilkenny’s John Henderson.