Changes in Vetting within the GAA, LGFA & Camogie from 1st January 2021
Any member of Kilmacud Crokes that was vetted by us prior to 1st January 2019 must now apply to be re-vetted.
Some exciting news. Our club has been accepted into the LGFA Gaelic 4 Teens 2021 programme. It is aimed at coaches , parents , players to help support and develop them with a view to hopefully retaining more female teenager players in the sport during the 13-18 age groups.
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We are delighted to announce that Kilmacud Crokes GAA is one of 45 clubs along with two regional hubs, selected to participate in Phase One of a new GAA Green Club.
The Kilmacud Crokes community sends its condolences to the familiy of Michael Fallon on his passing.
New Year Message and information about membership subs 2021
Happy New Year to all of our members and we hope it will be a happy and healthy one for you and your families.
Crokes Ladies Football wishing best of luck to Aoife Kane and Lauren Magee who line out for Dublin Ladies in All Ireland Final tomorrow. Also lining out for Cork is Niamh Cotter who has been a welcomed addition to the Crokes Senior Team this year.
U8's and U9's Ladies Football and Camogie working together as a team to support others.
Instead of our usual Christmas party this year U8's and U9's Ladies Football and Camogie donated to Laura Lynn.
An incredible 1,637.06 euro was raised.
t is certain that we will never forget the year of 2020. So many challenges, so many constraints, so many changes but through all of the difficulties and differences, Hurling continued in Kilmacud Crokes.