Ladies Football - News & Reports

Thursday 24th April, 2014
The Executive of the Club is, as you know, working hard to scope out the opportunities for development of our facilities as part of the implementation of our Strategic Plan. Part of that process is to determine the options available on our Glenalbyn site.
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Monday 14th April, 2014

On the second day of their Easter holidays, 26 u/8 Crokes girls made their way over west of the city to play two teams from Lucan Sarsfields

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Saturday 12th April, 2014
We have two teams competing in Féile today, our division 5 girls are playing in Trinity Gaels, and our Division 1 girls are in Ballyboden. We hope both teams have a wonderful day and we are sure they will make is proud. 
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Friday 11th April, 2014


Table Quiz

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Thursday 10th April, 2014
The Dublin Ladies Gaelic Football Everbuild Féile is taking place on 12th and 13th April. Kilmacud Crokes have two teams in the competition - in Division 1 and Division 5.
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Thursday 3rd April, 2014

Coláiste Íosagáin girls take to the pitch this Saturday with eight of our very own Kilmacud Crokes girls on the panel. Any of you with young girls just starting out or indeed playing up through the ranks could do worse than go and support this team.

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Thursday 3rd April, 2014
Kilmacud Crokes Ladies Football wishes every success to the Coláiste Íosagáin girls this Saturday at 2pm, as they face Coláiste Dhún Iascaigh, in Pairc Uí­ Chuilinn / Dr. Cullen Park in Carlow, in their first ever All Ireland Final.
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Thursday 3rd April, 2014
U8 girls second Go Game It was a misty moisty morning on Saturday, 29th, but that didn't dampen the enthusiasm of 36 u/8 Crokes girls who tu
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Thursday 3rd April, 2014
The Annual General Meeting of Kilmacud Crokes GAA Club will take place in
the function room in Glenalbyn House on Sunday 27th April at 8.00pm.
 
Resolutions for the AGM must be submitted in writing and signed by at least
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Tuesday 25th March, 2014
Copyright © Independent.ie All Rights ReservedInjury is inevitable in sport but players are still doing too much, says Colm O'Rour
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