On 12th October 2011 at the grand old age of 102 Martin White passed on. To his family and many friends Kilmacud Crokes Hurling expresses it sympathy. Martin, a multiple All-Ireland medallist with his native Kilkenny, was a true Crokes legend and vice-President of the club. As trai
We had four hurling events this week.
Kilmacud Crokes Hurling expresses it sympathy to the White family on the passing of Martin, club vice-President.
It was another very successful one with our intermediate hurlers advancing to the county final and the Junior E’s progressing to the semi final. We are now in the middle of serious championship action. The seniors are in quarter final action on 8th O
It was a week where the highlight was a non-hurling event - Dublin’s great win over Kerry in the All-Ireland Football Final in Croke Park on Sunday 18th September 2011. Many congratulations to all concerned, especially to the Crokes representatives Ro
Saturday 10th September 2011 resulted in disappointment for the Dublin under 21’s as they went down to Galway under lights in the All-Ireland final at Semple Stadium. Apart from a brief early period the Westerners had the better of the exchanges and won by
On Saturday 10th September 2011 Dublin contest the Under 21 All-Ireland Hurling final in Thurles against Galway at 7pm.
Saturday 3rd September 2011 brought the usual large attendance to six venues for the 39th annual Kilmacud Crokes Copper Face Jacks All-Ireland Hurling Sevens. An exciting day’s hurling was crowned by a superb senior final where it took extra time to separat