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Intermediate Hurlers edge past Maurs in Championnship
Saturday 18th September, 2021

Although playing catchup for most of the match, Crokes came good in the end, holding their nerve and rallying to finish out by the narrowest of margins.

Photo Credit: Edel Uí Ghallchobhair

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Kilmacud Crokes Inclusive Family Fitness Day  Sunday September 26th
Monday 13th September, 2021

Kilmacud Crokes Inclusive Family Fitness Day

On Sunday 26th of September 2021, Kilmacud Crokes GAA invites our local community to join us as part of the GAA National Inclusive Fitness Day. 2021 NIFD theme is "GAA Healthy Families". 

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Fixtures Schedule Starting  19/8/2021
Sunday 22nd August, 2021

210918_kc_fixtures_v2.pdf

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Sunday 17th September, 2006

Mick Bermingham, Dublin Hurling Legend

 (by Diarmuid Ó Gallchobhair)

 

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Sunday 17th September, 2006

Fifty Years On - Compare and Contrast

(by Tom Barry)

 

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Sunday 17th September, 2006

The 'Expert' and the dual player

(by Morgan Lalor)

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Saturday 16th September, 2006

 

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Saturday 16th September, 2006
Paudie Butler, GAA’s National Hurling Co-ordinator

(by Diarmuid Ó Gallchobhair)

 

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Wednesday 30th August, 2006

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.

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Friday 23rd June, 2006
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Monday 19th June, 2006
Kilmacud Crokes & Treasury Holdings Mini All-Ireland’s 2006
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Sunday 18th June, 2006

Calling all students in St. Laurence’s, Hollypark, Scoil San Treasa, Oatlands, Carysfort and St. Mary’s (Booterstown)!

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Thursday 18th May, 2006

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

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