Below please note some important updates and clarifications in relation to Covid matters as we move to Level 5 across the country:
For Consideration of Clubs:
Club Games and Training
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
On Wednesday 5th April 2006 a ceremony was held in Croke Park at which various sections of the ground were dedicated to the memory of some of the most famous figures in the GAA's past.
Hurling Continues to Develop in Local Primary Schools
The Magic of The Sevens
- Richard Stakelum, former captain of Tipperary and Kilmacud Crokes, brings the Sevens to life -