County Champions in Football and Hurling, Leinster Champions in Football and HUGE Féile performances in Camogie, Football, Ladies Football and Hurling – lots of medals to be presented and lots of great players to congratulate – and the Summer coming on with Pairc de Búrca due to re-op
Hurling - News & Reports
A cold sharp morning in the splendidly appointed McGrath Memorial Park, Bagnelstown (Muine Bheag), Co Carlow on 18th March 2006 saw a combined under 12 and under 11 Crokes team overcome our hosts Erin’s Own by a 5-4 to 2-3 margin.
This is a picture of the Senior Hurling Team takn in Silver Park, c1989
On Sunday 12th March, a large party of Under-14’s travelled to Thurles to play Dúrlas Óg in two challenge matches. The first match saw Dúrlas Óg taking an early lead through a well taken point, which was followed by a goal from a penalty in the 7th minute.
Kilmacud Crokes 1-11 (0-5) Kildare 3-7 (1-4)
Third Senior Title
Our U13 hurlers took the long trek to the seaside town of Skerries on Saturday. This outing was to prove very productive, in that all points were bagged in what was a very impressive display in the first League match of the season.
Date of Match: 5th March 2006
Versus: Ballyboden St Endas Venue: Cherryfield
Competition/League: Under 15 Division 1 Round 1
Management Team: Pat Halpin, Daibhi dePaor, Fionan Moriarty, Tom Murphy
Kilmacud Crokes v St Vincents, 4th March ‘06
Score: Crokes 4-7 , Vincents 0-6
Following their victories in the 1935 and 1936 Dublin Junior Hurling Finals Crokes were the powerhouse behind Dublin’s successful 1937 Junior All-Ireland Hurling campaign.
In the Junior Leinster Final 11-8 to 5-4 win over Offaly on 25th July 1937