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Glass half full? Glass half empty?
“Dublin unable to live with Kilkenny in Leinster Senior Hurling Championship final”
Onwards and upwards for the seniors in their AHL1 campaign with two further wins and a valiant effort by the under 14’s at the National Feile na nGael finals in Galway provided the highlights of the week.
The following is a discussion document prepared and circulated for consideration by the Dublin Coiste Iomana (Hurling Committee) at their upcoming meeting. An interesting summary... Do you have any views you'd like to share on the subject?
Many thanks to all who particpated in organizing the raffle, buying tickets and donating prizes.
Declan Herlihy (husband of Frances and father of Peter) scooped first prize, a 32' flat screen TV donated by club sponsor Philips.
Following the trail blazing 2005 All-Ireland winners and the 2011 under 14’s will be the third set of Kilmacud Crokes under 14 hurlers in four years to represent Dublin in the National finals. This promises to be an experience of a lifetime and we wis
Dublin’s senior hurlers, with Crokes players Niall Corcoran and Ryan O’Dywer on board, continued their upward spiral with a well merited 0-19 to 2-7 victory over Galway in the semi final of the Leinster Senior Hurling Championship at Tullamore on Satur
The annual Kilmacud Crokes Hurling Golf Classic took place on Thursday 16th June 2011 at Bray Golf Club.
Think Crokes, think Galway, think Niall Corcoran. In the lead up to next Saturday’s (18th June 2011) Leinster semi final clash we find the Kilmacud Crokes and Galway connection goes back well before the Meelick Eyrecourt and now Dublin corner back’s t