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
The third weekend of May 2020 will live long in the memory as one of the great club weekends.
#CoastForCrokes - Join us as we run/walk the distance of Irelands coastline next weekend on the 23rd & 24th May! Get all the family out, wear Purple & Gold and send us your distance and pictures from one of the clubs biggest #CrokesCommunity events ever!!
We all may have heard Uachtaran Cummann Luthcleas Gael speaking on the Sunday Game last Sunday (available on the RTE player or on youtube and summary by Paul Keane in PDF format below – publication unattributed) and read the statement of the GAA last week (available at
The Club Executive notes the statement issued by the GAA today a summary of which is set out below. For the full statement, please go to https://www.gaa.ie/news/gaa-return-to-action-protocol-update/
Nursery (strike from 5m)
U8 & U9 (strike from 15m)
U10, U11 & U12 (strike from 20m)
Bonus points for creativity!
Open to boys & girls
Firstly I hope you and your families are staying well in these extraordinary times. That is the most important thing.
We are delighted to report that even in the current circumstances, the spirit and dedication that underpins Kilmacud Crokes is alive and well.