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Santa pays surprise visit to Senior Hurlers!
Thursday 1st December, 2022

Santa paid our Senior hurlers a surprise visit last night before training and presented them with the 2022 Hurling Yearbook as an early Christmas present

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Senior Hurlers through to first ever Leinster Senior Hurling Final
Monday 28th November, 2022

Photo Credit: Steven Dagg

https://www.rte.ie/sport/hurling/2022/1127/1338568-kilmacud-crokes-dispa...

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Kilmacud Crokes  Snatch Victory Over Lucan in Minor A Hurling County Final
Tuesday 1st November, 2022

Minor A's triumph over Lucan in County Final

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Fixture Update,  Beginning  4th November
Wednesday 28th September, 2022

221203_kc_fixtures.pdf

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Sunday 17th September, 2006

Fifty Years On - Compare and Contrast

(by Tom Barry)

 

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Sunday 17th September, 2006

The 'Expert' and the dual player

(by Morgan Lalor)

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Saturday 16th September, 2006

 

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Saturday 16th September, 2006
Paudie Butler, GAA’s National Hurling Co-ordinator

(by Diarmuid Ó Gallchobhair)

 

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Wednesday 30th August, 2006

A near 100% success rate tells the story of Kilmacud Crokes hurling weekend of 25/26/27 August 2006.

First up were the under 13’s who went down by six points to Ballinteer in the championship on Friday evening.

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Friday 23rd June, 2006
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Monday 19th June, 2006
Kilmacud Crokes & Treasury Holdings Mini All-Ireland’s 2006
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Sunday 18th June, 2006

Calling all students in St. Laurence’s, Hollypark, Scoil San Treasa, Oatlands, Carysfort and St. Mary’s (Booterstown)!

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Thursday 18th May, 2006

In attrocious conditions on Wedneday, Dublin South defeated St Brendan's of Birr 1-9 to 1-1 in the Leinster Colleges juvenile (Under 14 1/2) 'A' Hurling  semi-final, and will now face St Kieran's of Kilkenny, victors over Wexford's Good Counsel, in the final.  Kilmacud Crokes were well represente

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Friday 14th April, 2006

On Wednesday 5th April 2006 a ceremony was held in Croke Park at which various sections of the ground were dedicated to the memory of some of the most famous figures in the GAA's past.

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