Crokes Talks

Crokes Talks is a brand / tag line we have developed to ensure we have a much defined focus and program of activity  for player / member, mental health and overall well-being in the club.

Crokes TalksThe initiative was started in January 2015 and has grown from strength to strength. We have added a role to our executive entitled Club Wellbeing Officer. This role is held by Kevin Mulligan.   Along with Kevin, there is an active Crokes Talks Working group who are defining and implementing initiatives to maintain to drive education and involvement across the club in this area.   We also extend the reach of this program outside the club into the broader community and partner with other service providers and organizations who have expertise in this area.  

More details on the strategy, roadmap, interventions, etc can be found below. If you have an interest in this area and want to get involved, contact Kevin at +353-87-2518755 

To read more about the Club's Health and Wellbeing Strategy click HERE

Crokes Talks - News & Reports

Kilmacud Crokes Friday Inclusion Sports Club - Featured on TG4
Tuesday 30th November, 2021

Check out the RTE Player link in the article below – go to 16 minutes  for feature on Kilmacud Crokes

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All Sibling Sensory Santa  Saturday 4th December, 5-6pm in the Paddock @ Kilmacud Crokes
Wednesday 1st December, 2021

On December 4 th 2021, will host our 4th All Sibling Sensory Santa. This year, the paddock

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Senior Hurlers Support for Our Club Inclusion, Sport for All Program
Saturday 20th November, 2021

The senior hurling team have been fantastic supporters of our Club Inclusion, Sport for all program championed under the Healthy Club banner by our Healthy Club Officer Kiera Brown.  Fergal Whitely and Oisin O' Rourke made sure that the participants in this program were not left out and could tak

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Kilmacud Crokes Launches Active Autumn 2021 Programme
Wednesday 27th October, 2021

We are delighted to launch our KC Active Autumn Programme 2021. 

Please open the PDF file below to view the full programme offerings

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Inclusive Family Fitness Day Sunday 26th @ 2.30pm in the Paddock  - What a Great Event !!!!
Monday 27th September, 2021

Inclusive Family Fitness Day 

We had a fabulous day, I'm not sure who enjoyed it more- the kids, the parents or the coaches!

The Sun shone, the coaches were bright and the kids were brighter still.

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Friday 10th Sept  World Suicide Prevention Day
Thursday 9th September, 2021

 

Lots of useful resources available at the following  :

Supporting someone who might be suicidal, HSE yourmentalhealth.ie 

• Tips on being a good listener, HSE yourmentalhealth.ie 

• Talk about how you feel, HSE yourmentalhealth.ie 

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Kilmacud Crokes Choir End Of Term Recording
Monday 31st May, 2021

The KC Choir has come to the end of another successful year under the direction of Vincent Lynch our wonderful Music Director to whom we are Indebted.

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Kilmacud Crokes Choir Performance of " Mo Ghile Mea"r  Supporting Seachtain Na Gaelige  -  #snaG21
Saturday 6th March, 2021

 

 #snaG21 Kilmacud Crokes are supporting Seachtain na Gaelige 1 - 17 March.

Check out the Choirs Performance at the Link Below- Well done to all Involved.

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ThANK YOU To The KIlmacud Crokes Choir for Supporting Laura Lynn & Blackrock Hospice
Saturday 20th February, 2021

 

As members will recall, the Kilmacud Crokes Choir put together a stunning video recording to raise money for Blackrock Hospice and Laura Lynn at Christmas. Each organization received over 3K euro as a result. Well done to all involved. Thank You messages are below.

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Kilmacud Crokes "Green Club"  program participation
Monday 11th January, 2021

We are delighted to announce that Kilmacud Crokes GAA is one of 45 clubs along with two regional hubs, selected to participate in Phase One of a new GAA Green Club. 

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Kilmacud Crokes Choir Christmas Fundraiser
Thursday 10th December, 2020
  As members will likely know, the club has an active choir comprised of club members.  Normally at this time of the year, the choir would perform in Stillorgan Shopping Center as a fundraiser for nominated local charities. 

 

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