Club - News & Reports
Preparations continue for the 39th All-Ireland Hurling 7's on Saturday 3rd September next. Entries are coming in from clubs all over the country for an event that will draw big crowds to Stillorgan and is the launching pad for the All-Ireland Hurling FInal weekend.
For over 40 years, Irish television showed games of hurling while managing to keep the game itself a mystery.
Many congratulations to Frances Mullin the winner of our Photo Competition.
Saturday 20th August 2011 saw the Dublin under 21’s emulate the minors as they defeated Antrim by 3-23 to 0-6 in the All-Ireland semi final at Newry.
Kilmacud Crokes will have four starters on the Dublin Under 21 team for Saturday’s (20th August 2011) Bord Gáis Energy All-Ireland U21 Hurling Championship semi-final against Antrim at Páirc Esler, Newry (4.0).
A heroic Dublin effort fell just short in the All-Ireland Senior Hurling Semi Final in Croke Park on Sunday 14th July 2011 when they went down 1-19 to 0-18 to reigning champions, Tipperary. The 43,563 attendance certainly got its money’s worth after a
Report Week Ending 7th August 2011
Lots of visitors to Kilmacud
Kilmacud Crokes Hurling will host the 39th All Ireland Sevens tournament this September. The Sevens event forms an integral part of the All Ireland Hurling weekend.
Dublin bridged a 63 year gap in qualifying for the All-Ireland Senior Hurling Semi Final by defeating Limerick, 3-13 to 0-18 in Thurles on Sunday 24th July 2011. Kilmacud Crokes certainly made its contribution with Ryan O’Dwyer, scorer of