Hurling Events

The GAA’s values are the heart and soul of our club. In every club around the world they are what binds the Association together, what makes us unique and what attracts more and more players, members, volunteers and supporters.

The Hurling Section of Kilmacud Crokes GAA club is a community based volunteer organisation promoting Gaelic Games, culture and lifelong participation.

We develop and promote Hurling and are dedicated to ensuring that our game, and the values we live, enrich the lives of our members, families and the community we serve. We are committed to active lifelong participation for all and to providing the best facilities. We reach out to and include all members of our society. We promote individual development and well-being and strive to enable all of our members to achieve their full potential in their chosen roles.

Our vision is that everybody has the opportunity to be welcomed to take part in our games and culture, to participate fully, to grow and develop and to be inspired to keep a lifelong engagement with our Club.

Kilmacud Crokes Hurling is committed to providing the best possible environment for hurling to thrive at all age levels and abilities in the club. The Hurling section continues to invest in infrastructure, playing facilities and and dedicated coaching staff. 

To support these investments, Kilmacud Crokes Hurling section raises money through a number of fundraising activities throughout the year. Some are annual and well established events, such   as Punchestown Corporate Race Day, The Annual Golf Classic and the All Ireland Hurling Sevens tournament. 

We also run other fundraising activities throughout the year including Quiz Nights, BBQs, Raffles etc, the proceeds of which go to specific activities requiring financial support.

Just as importantly, the Hurling Section actively promotes other Events that are dedicated purely to enjoyment of the game; these include the Mini All Irelands, Feile and the Festival of Hurling.

Specific details on each of these Annual events is available on their own dedicated pages on this site. Just click on Events and follow through to the required page.


For details of the Hurling Féile click here

For details of the Punchestown Race Day click here

For details of the All-Ireland 7s click here


Hurling Events - News & Reports

Friday 6th June, 2014

Kilmacud Crokes notes with sadness the death of Maura HOUGH (née Bohan), sister of Tom Bohan (Senior). Arrangements are per below:

Thursday 5th June, 2014

Stars of the future will be on display as the Mini All-Irelands gets underway.

U6, U7, U8 & U9 play their matches on  Monday, Wednesday & Friday whilst the
U10, U11 & U12 matches will run on Monday, Wednesday & Friday

Wednesday 4th June, 2014

The work is done, just get out on the pitch and do your best!

Friday 23rd May, 2014

Kilmacud Crokes notes with sadness the death of May Kennedy, mother of Seamus, mother-in-law of Orla, GrandMother of Caoimhe, Darragh and Ronan.
Details are as follows:

Thursday 22nd May, 2014

In less than a week 34 cyclists from the club will embark on the Malin to Mizen (M2M) Cycle to raise funds for Breast Cancer Ireland and Kilmacud Crokes.

Tuesday 13th May, 2014
The fund raising Malin to Mizen cycle features a celebrity laden hurling representation.Making up the Magnificent 7 Hurlers + 1 On/In the Ditch ...
Tuesday 13th May, 2014

All Five Adult Teams took the spoils on Championship Week #2 - Against a backdrop of at least 8 sets of brothers interspersed amongst the teams. Read More.
The 5 adult teams keep their championship ambitions intact recording wins throughout the weekend.

Thursday 8th May, 2014

Good Luck to all 5 Adult teams playing  2nd round of Championship this weekend - See Details Below



Sen A


St Patricks (P)

O'Toole Park


Wednesday 30th April, 2014

Sunshine. Big Crowds. Fresh air. Cut grass. A sporting spectacle

Michael Lyster. Clare Legend Ollie Baker..... All the elements for a great day's hurling.

Monday 28th April, 2014

All 5 Adult Teams get their campaigns underway.
First off were the Senior As who recorded an impressive and workmanlike win vs St Oliver Plunketts in O’Toole Park. Seanie McGrath was tormentor-in-chief with his free taking, the final result was 0.24 to 0.9 (See Match Report)