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Monday 2nd April, 2007

Highlight of the week was the fourth annual Kilmacud Crokes on Tour when nearly 200 children from the under 8, 9, 10, 11, 12 and 14 age groups, their mentors and parents travelled to Kilkenny.  In total 13 teams took the field at seven different venues.

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Monday 2nd April, 2007

PHOTOS of the day 

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Sunday 25th March, 2007

First up is the annual Kilmacud Crokes on Tour to Kilkenny on Sunday 1st April.  This is a bumper day out with 250 young hurlers (under 11 downwards) travelling for games against local opposition, followed by the Kilkenny –v- Galway National Hurling League game and an opportunity to meet Kilkenny

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Sunday 25th March, 2007

Week Ending 25th March 2007

  

Senior Team draw with Glenariffe in challenge game 

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Thursday 22nd March, 2007

The welcome and weather-delayed return to action of our intermediate team was the main adult hurling event of the weekend with a trip to Rathdrum to play the Avondale senior team under lights.  Manager Mick Hynes and coach Joe O’Reilly will have seen much to please them and plenty to work on in t

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Wednesday 14th March, 2007

It gives Kilmacud Crokes Hurling great pleasure to congratulate Peter Garvey on the magnificent success of Ebaziyan in the opening race of the Cheltenham Festival on Tuesday 13th March 2007

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Sunday 11th March, 2007

                                    Week Ending Sunday 11th March 2006

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Thursday 8th March, 2007

The high point of the weekend of 3/4 March 2007 was the medal presentation in Glenalbyn for our victorious 2006 under 15A, under 16A and minor B teams on Saturday night, 3rd March.

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Wednesday 7th March, 2007
In the Senior A championship Crokes find themselves in a four team group containing neighbours Ballyboden and Cuala as well as the South Dublin 2 Regional Team.  Two teams will emerge to the quarter finals.  
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Sunday 4th March, 2007

Three championship winning teams feted, senior campaign gets off to a good start, under 12’s hit road to Belfast and club stalwart honoured – the principal features of a weather affected but still busy weekend.  On top of this work continues apace on the Hurling Arena in Glanalbyn and Punchestown

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