We hope all of our members are keeping safe and well. As we look forward with hope and optimism to the return of training & games in the near future, members are invited to renew your annual membership online at the club web site - www.kilmacudcrok
Camogie - News & Reports
Kilmacud Crokes Camogie was founded in October 1973 when John Dunleavy, Chairperson of the Hurling Section approached Eileen Hogan at the request of the hurlers and suggested that a meeting of interested persons be held.
Kilmacud Crokes came into existence in 1966 with the merger of Kilmacud Football and Hurling Club and Crokes Hurling Club. The Kilmacud Club had been founded at a meeting in St.
* Rules highlighted in blue are amendments to existing rules. Amendments are further highlighted in bold
* Rules highlighted in red are new rules.
Kilmacud Crokes Camogie Club
The Camogie Nursery is planned to go ahead on the Paddock as usual on Saturday 16th June. The 2001's (U11s) will train on the off pitch area but the 2002's (U10s) is cancelled. The pitch is closed due to the heavy rain and there is space for just one group to train on the off pitch area. U10s