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M2M 2018 - Photographs
Sunday 3rd June, 2018
M2M 2018

After cycling 690km from Malin Head to Mizen Head, over 70 cyclists arrived in Mizen Head today at 4pm. 

Well Done all !

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M2M 2018 - Photographs and Donie's Diary
Friday 1st June, 2018
M2M 2018  Barry's Blog - Click Here 

 

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Sunday 15th October, 2006

The gods were not with the Crokes Junior B’s in the replayed Junior B championship semi final at O’Toole Park on Sunday 15 October 2006.  The game was of a very high standard for the grade with class displayed in abundance.

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Sunday 15th October, 2006

The harder the road, the sweeter the victory was the chorus of all concerned with the Kilmacud Crokes under 16A hurlers at Claughran on Saturday 14 October 2006.  As the skies darkened at the airport venue the Crokes hurlers were crowned worthy Dublin Championship winners after a journey that had

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Sunday 15th October, 2006

Crokes bowed out at the semi final stage of the 2006 Intermediate B championship in controversial circumstance at O’Toole Park on Saturday 14 October 2006.  The referee gave the official score as 2-8 to Round Towers Clondalkin and 1-10 to Crokes.  The Crokes management is adamant the official err

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Sunday 15th October, 2006

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Sunday 15th October, 2006

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Sunday 8th October, 2006

A bumper crowd at Silverpark on Saturday 7 October 2006 were treated to a thriller in this under 16A championship semi-final.

 

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Sunday 8th October, 2006

Following a season that exceeded expectations the end of the road came for the battling Kilmacud Crokes under 16B hurlers in the E Championship semi final at a blustery Silverpark on Saturday 7 October 2006. 

 

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Sunday 8th October, 2006

For aficionados of juvenile hurling Silverpark was the place to be on Saturday 7 October 2006.  A three championship semi-final programme saw Crokes successful in two and losing out in the third.

 

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Monday 2nd October, 2006

Give me o'Lord a hurler's skill

With strength of arm and speed of limb

Unerring eye for the flying ball

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