Hurling - News & Reports
Firstly I hope you and your families are staying well in these extraordinary times. That is the most important thing.
We are delighted to report that even in the current circumstances, the spirit and dedication that underpins Kilmacud Crokes is alive and well.
Kilmacud Crokes Members
As managers, mentors, volunteers, committee members and members of our club community it is important that we all look out for each other at this extraordinary time.
To help coaches through this difficult period, the GAA, An Cumann Camogaíochta and the LGFA have created a series of coach development sessions to take place over the coming weeks. The sessions will run every Tuesday and Thursday at 7.30pm, beginning this Thursday, March 26th.
#CrokesCommunity - Kilmacud Crokes is ready to help those needing support during these difficult times! We have a large community and not everyone may see the message, please share to anyone you feel would benefit!
The death has occured of Professor Aidan Moran. Aidan was a great supporter of Kilmacud Crokes and local schools and freely gave his time for presentations in support of our Club Well Being program Crokes Talks. The club sends its sympathies and condolences to Aidan's family and friends.
What a response we have received in relation to our Drawing / Picture Competition. Tough Competition !! Dan Buckley and the U8's girls have certainly been busy today. Keep sending them in guys and we will have a tough job choosing a winner !!
Something to keep our younger players busy! Get them to draw a picture for St. Patrick's Day or take a picture of themselves dressed up for the day. Send them on to your manager and they will be posted on club website and Facebook.
Because of the Covid-19 Virus outbreak and the related restrictions associated with mitigating the disease, Kilmacs Bar is closed until at least March 29th. The Village Cafe is also closed until further notice. Regrettable as these closures are, they are absolutely necessary to protect the hea
We are all hugely proud of the significant role that the GAA plays in Irish society and the positive impact made at Club, school and County level through our promotion of our native games.