Club - News & Reports
Tony Wall’s Address
‘Last Friday we buried Kieran Carey—we buried him in Knock a small village outside Roscrea—and as we stood around the grave and listened to the oration I saw the yew trees and I thought of Brian McMahon’s ballad about Tommy Daly
The sad passing of Father Michael Loftus, PP Kilmacud and Kilmacud Crokes GAA Club President, at the beginning of the week put in perspective the feelings of pride, joy and accomplishment when Dublin won the Leinster Minor Hurling Final in Croke Park on Sunday, captained by Barry O’Rorke and with
If the preceding week’s weather could be described as unseasonal, Tuesday night’s Senior Hurling League game against Lucan Sarsfields at Silverpark took place in a monsoon. Despite having the majority of the play Crokes shipped a late first half goal and went in 0-4 to 1-3 in arrears. The secon
Week Ended June 17th 2007
After a very successful mini All-Ireland during the week, Saturday 16th June 2007 was a busy juvenile hurling day.
Heartbreak for Crokes Intermediates and Dublin senior hurlers pipped at the death! Such are the slings and arrows of the hurling life.
Intermediates Semi final v Ballyboden St Endas
Having played Clanna Gael on Tuesday in their final championship round robin game (for report see HERE ) Crokes took the field against Trinity Gaels in Silverpark on Sunday afternoon 27th May 2007. On a
A travelling party of 22 made the long journey to Glounthaune to play in the second annual Colman Dillon tournament, named after the very hale and hearty father of our senior selector, John. While the Crokes boys were unable to replicate last year’s success in the cup competition they performed