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At O’Toole Park Saturday’s under 21C final against Whitehall Colmcilles went to the Northsiders by 1-11 to 0-8. It was 1-5 to 0-5 at half time with the winner’s goal coming in the tenth minute. Crokes tried hard to peg back the lead but in the end could not quite match the victors.
The cobwebs are slowly being dusted off as the hurling year gets into gear. On Sunday 27th February 2011 Dublin claimed its fifth Walsh Cup and first silverware under Anthony Daly with a 2-17 to 2-13 win over Kilkenny at Parnell Park. The Crokes trio of Niall Cor
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Kilmacud Crokes Annual Sponsored Fun Cycle
Five “halves” could not separate two teams who gave it their all at Bray on Saturday evening 22nd January 2011 in the final of the 2010 Leinster 3G Under 16 Tournament. After 79 minutes of great hurling there was nothing between Crokes and Ballyboden and two gallant teams shared the trophy.
In the club’s first competitive action of 2011 the final group game in the weather interrupted, inaugural Leinster GAA “3G” Under 16 Tournament at Bray Emmets pitted Crokes against the Wicklow Development Squad.
The promotion of these games also offers a fund raising opportunity for Kilmacud Crokes. Dublin County Board are offering a prize of €10k to the club generating the highest level of ticket revenues.
All parents of players are asked to make their way to the club to register their son on either of these days. Shop vouchers will not be issued to players who register after 3rd February.