Report Week Ending Feb 14th 2010

Week Ending 14th February 2010

 

On Saturday 13th February 2010 Kilmacud Crokes B team claimed the 2009 Dublin under 21 D Championship in fine style at Moibhi Road against Na Fianna. On the quarter mark came the goal that really put day light between the sides. Barry Mulligan’s long ball was won by Naomhan O’Rearden. His popped pass was doubled to the net by Jack Doughan. Almost immediately Conor Caulfield converted another placed ball. It was now 2-4 to 0-2. During the remainder of the half Crokes added on a further 1-2 while the home team could only register two minors in reply. Crokes were never really in trouble in the second half and ran out 4-11 to 1-5 winners. The victory was a well deserved result for the management of Gerry McGrath, Billy, Noctor, Pat Halpin, Ken Hanamy and Ciaran Sheeran. Congratulations to all concerned. For report see HERE

Sunday afternoon saw the minors have a good work out against Wicklow in a challenge at Silverpark, winning by 3-15 to 3-10. Among Crokes best were Gary Melican, Louis Whelan and Alex Pilkington. Scorers were Tom Clarke 1-2 Niall Hanley and Andy Cullinane 1 goal each Alex Pilkington 0– 3 Jonathan Hayes 0– 2 from frees Fionan Motherway 0– 2 Eoghan O’Dwyer 0-2 (0-1 free) James Butler 0-1 Shane Moran 0-1 Gary Melican 0-1 Karl Russell 0-1

 

The juniors defeated Crumlin by 1.-12 to 0-08 in AHL5 (2009)

Dublin Seniors In Action Twice

On the inter county front Dublin’s hopes of entering the National League with a Walsh Cup title under their belt were dashed in the final at Parnell Park on Sunday afternoon as they went down 1-22 to 1-15 to Galway. Crokes Niall Corcoran and Ronan Walsh featured. Ronan Walsh also came on as a substitute in Dublin’s Saturday night challenge against Tipperary at St Brigid’s (even if the link omits to mention this). For reports see HERE  and HERE  

 

Colaiste Eoin Progress

On Monday 8th February Coláiste Eoin qualified for the last four of the Leinster Colleges A hurling competition when defeating Dublin North by 0-13 to 1-8 at Ayrfield. With Oisin Ó Ruairc and Marc Schutte the protagonists for the South Dublin School in the first half, Coláiste Eoin had opened up a 0-5 to 0-3 lead heading towards the break. But with John Hetherton impressing on the 40, Dublin North went on a 1-3 scoring run which was to culminate in a 28th-minute goal for full forward Ciarán Kilkenny. An Ó Ruairc free was to offer Coláiste Eoin hope as they trailed 1-6 to 0-6 at the interval. The second half saw Aodhan de Paor’s charges hold Dublin North scoreless from play, with Schutte, Aran Ó Murchú and Ó Ruairc leaving them two points up heading into an injury time. Colaiste Eoin now play Kilkenny CBS in the semi final, currently scheduled for Sunday 21st February 2010, possibly at a Laois venue.

COLÁISTE EOIN: E Daltuin (Na Crocaigh Cill Mochudha); F McGabhann, B Murchú, J McCionaith; E Loinsigh, D Sutcliffe (0-1, free), J Cinnéide; A Pilkington (Na Crocaigh Cill Mochudha) (0-1), E Braonín; A Murchú (0-2), M Schutte (0-3), S Morin, O Ruairc (Na Crocaigh Cill Mochudha) (0-6, five frees), J MacSuibhne (Na Crocaigh Cill Mochudha), E O Neill. Sub: D Gormlaí for Neill (35 mins) DUBLIN NORTH: E Dillon; C Prunty, G Cronin, M O’Dea; M McCaffrey, S Burke, S McLelland; R Mullins (0-1), E Ó Conghaille (0-1); D Casey (0-1), A Keogh, J Hetherton (0-2, frees); K McMahon, C Kilkenny (1-2), D Forde. Subs: F Parks (0-1) for Hetherton, E Quinn for A Keogh (both 40 mins), C McStay for O’Dea (50 mins, temp), C Meaney for McMahon (55 mins) Referee: A Lugrue (Naas).

With thanks to the Irish Times

 

Club EGM

The most significant off the field event was Thursday’s (11th February 2010) club EGM. Kilmacud Crokes Hurling wishes to thank all those who came out to support its position in favour of the motions. The outcome was as below.

Motion 1 (requiring a 50% plus 1 majority) For 204 (68%) Against 97 (32%)

"That this general meeting adopts the provisions of the attached agreement between the Hurling Committee and the Football Committee of the 28th January 2010 as endorsed by the Executive Committee at its meeting on the 28th January 2010 and requests that all sections of the club work together to ensure that it is given full force and effect."

Motion 2 (requiring a 2/3 majority) For 183 (61%) Against 116 (39%)

 'That the following Amendments be made to the Constitution of Kilmacud Crokes GAA Club which are to operate for a 3 Year Trial Period for the Years 2010, 2011 and 2012 and will be confirmed at the end of the 3 Year Trial Period at the Club AGM in 2012. 'Clause 5 (C) shall be amended to read "The Executive Committee shall consist of: 1. Chairman 2. Vice-chairman 3. Treasurer. 4. Secretary. 5. Registrar / Child Welfare Officer 6. Development Officer. 7. Grounds Officer. 8. Director of Kilmacud Glenalbyn Sports Club Limited 9. Social Officer 10. Commercial Officer Clause 5 (d) shall be deleted Clause 5 (e) shall be amended to read "The Football Committee and the Hurling Committee shall be entitled to nominate four persons each to serve on the Executive committee. The Camogie Committee and the Ladies Football Committee shall be entitled to nominate one person each to serve on the Executive committee. The original nominating committee shall have the right at any time to appoint a replacement for any of its nominees. In addition any club member may to seek election to the Executive Committee at an AGM by submitting a nomination in writing to the Club Secretary, signed by a proposer and seconder, two weeks prior to the AGM Clause 6 shall be amended to read "(a) In accordance with the Articles of the above limited company, Kilmacud Crokes shall have the power to elect six Directors to the company. These directors shall be appointed by the Executive Committee, may be replaced at any time by the Executive Committee, shall report to and have regard to the decisions of the Executive Committee and shall be elected at the AGM of Kilmacud Glenalbyn Community Club Ltd or if they resign over the course of the year, they will be replaced by the nominee of the Executive Committee." '

The club AGM is scheduled for 25th February 2010.

 

Friends of Dublin Hurling

For latest Friends of Dublin Hurling Bulletin see HERE  

 

Juvenile Hurling Contacts 2009-2010