Camogie - News & Reports
An Irish cultural evening will be held for children in the club on Wednesday 26th November. Please click here for details and application form to compete.
Training for the camogie nursery starts back on Saturday, 6th September 2014 at 12pm on the All-Weather Pitch at Glenalbyn.
The girls will be wearing Red Bibs this year.
If you have been around the club, either as a new or seasoned member, you will know that there are a number of great people who have over the years developed Kilmacud Crokes into the fantastic club it is today.
Sports clubs across the country among projects benefitting from €28 million funding from SEAI
Minister highlights sports clubs’ enthusiasm for energy efficiency
As referenced in the recent Club Facilities Development EGM meeting, the club had submitted an application for a sports capital grant relating to an upgrade of Parc De Burca. We are delighted to inform members that this application has been successful and the club has been granted 200k towards t
In a very good news story for the Club the Gym has now re-opened for business following an extensive redevelopment and refurbishment. The work that has been carried out by members themselves has produced a first class facility designed for the needs of the Club membership.
Development of the GAA Club Gym has now been completed. The programme of renovation and development has been funded by the Club Lotto and in particular by those members who paid €100 upfront each for two tickets in the Club Lotto per week for a year.
Kilamcud Crokes Coaching Events Summer 2014
The Executive of the Club is, as you know, working hard to scope out the opportunities for development of our facilities as part of the implementation of our Strategic Plan. Part of that process is to determine the options available on our Glenalbyn site.