Ladies Football - News & Reports
It seems like no time since this group was trekking down to the Paddock on Saturday mornings as U6’s in the nursery all the way back in 2012. What a decade it has been, from nursery, go-games, juvenile football and now in 2022, our final season before moving to minor football.
U11's Ladies Football and Camogie were delighted to host The Great Irish Bake Off for Temple Street on Sunday 10th April
An amazing €1,322.44 was raised.
Huge thank you to all the girls, families and Senior Ladies, Men and Camogie players for your support.
2007 Ladies Football & Camogie group begin preparations for their Feile with a run in Deerpark. Thanks to everyone who participated and to those who sponsored the girls in their run
Aontas 2026 – Towards One GAA for All
A combined passion for physical health, teamwork and the wellbeing of the local community’s hearts and minds sees Beacon Hospital and Kilmacud Crokes join forces in a major new sponsorship announced.
Our U8 girls had their very first Go Games on Sunday vs Ballinteer St. John’s - well done everyone!!
What a fabulous day for the first GAA Green Club Gathering over in the West. Kilmacud Crokes are one of 40 GAA clubs participating in the first phase of pilot GAA Green Clubs Programme.
The 2007 U15 ladies football group has over 75 players split between three squads. It has been a great achievement of all the coaches involved with the group over the years that the numbers have grown from 48 registered players at u8 to the current number of 75 playing at u15.