April 30th is the date for your diaries when the Hurling Punchestown gets up and running. this is the 16th occurence of this most enjoyable outing. Its also an important fundraiser and we invite all club members to create and promote awareness with suitable corporate or private contacts.
Club - News & Reports
Fifty Years On - Compare and Contrast
(by Tom Barry)
The 'Expert' and the dual player
(by Morgan Lalor)
(by Diarmuid Ó Gallchobhair)
A near 100% success rate tells the story of Kilmacud Crokes hurling weekend of 25/26/27 August 2006.
First up were the under 13’s who went down by six points to Ballinteer in the championship on Friday evening.
Calling all students in St. Laurence’s, Hollypark, Scoil San Treasa, Oatlands, Carysfort and St. Mary’s (Booterstown)!
In attrocious conditions on Wedneday, Dublin South defeated St Brendan's of Birr 1-9 to 1-1 in the Leinster Colleges juvenile (Under 14 1/2) 'A' Hurling semi-final, and will now face St Kieran's of Kilkenny, victors over Wexford's Good Counsel, in the final. Kilmacud Crokes were well represente