Kilmacud Crokes Hurling

Hurling - News & Reports

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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

 

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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.

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Monday 20th March, 2006

Competition/League: Under 15 Division 1 Round 2

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

Match Result

Crokes 5 - 10 v St Oliver Plunketts/Eoghan Ruagh 0 - 05

Scorers;

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Monday 20th March, 2006

A cold sharp morning in the splendidly appointed McGrath Memorial Park, Bagnelstown (Muine Bheag), Co Carlow on 18th March 2006 saw a combined under 12 and under 11 Crokes team overcome our hosts Erin’s Own by a 5-4 to 2-3 margin.

 

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Friday 17th March, 2006

This is a picture of the Senior Hurling Team takn in Silver Park, c1989

Back Row:

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Monday 13th March, 2006

On Sunday 12th March, a large party of Under-14’s travelled to Thurles to play Dúrlas Óg in two challenge matches. The first match saw Dúrlas Óg  taking an early lead through a well taken point, which was followed by a goal from a penalty in the 7th minute.

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Monday 13th March, 2006

Kilmacud Crokes 1-11 (0-5) Kildare 3-7 (1-4)

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