Hurling - News & Reports
We were delighted to welcome Sarsfields Hurling Club from Perth, Australia to the Beacon Hospital All-Ireland Hurling 7s.
The team travelled almost 15,000km to take part in the Shield tournament, which is open to teams from non-traditional hurling counties and countries.
If You are interested in completing the Kilmacud Crokes Transition Year Coaching Course and gaining experience Coaching in the Kilmacud Crokes Nursery, local Primary Schools and working on future Club Summer Camps they should apply to take part on our course.
Course dates -
Quarter Final 1: Tooreen (Mayo) 3.8 v. Moycarkey Borris (Tipperary) 10.4
Quarter Final 2: Portroe (Tipperary) 7.3 v. St. Finbarrs (Cork) 1.4
Quarter Final 3: Na Fianna (Dublin) 4.10 v. Naomh Barrog (Dublin) 3.11
The boys from the Déise won the inaugural U12 hurling festival after they beat Athenry (Galway) in the final. 8 teams took part in the new initiative with a great sporting atmosphere enjoyed by all during the group stages in UCD.
Photos by Steven Dagg
Photo Credit : Diarmuid O Gallchobhair
Action from the group stages held in St. Olafs.
Photos by Dave Griffith
Crotta O’Neills (Kerry) won their first Beacon Hospital All-Ireland Hurling 7s shield title after they beat Setanta (Donegal), 6.6 (24) to 2.4 (12).
The 47th Beacon Hospital All-Ireland Hurling 7s was another great event supported by teams across Ireland, London and Australia.
Games took place in Glenalbyn, Silverpark, UCD and St. Olafs.