John Maguire receives his award for Dublin Camogie Volunteer of the Year. John has tirelessly worked for the development and retention of players and teams for KIlmacud Crokes in particular on junior and B/C teams at times when several girls might previously given-up camogie.
Club - News & Reports
Santa made a welcome return to Glenalbyn on Saturday for our annual Nursery Christmas Party. 700 of our youngest members enjoyed fun games and music before meeting the main man and his very mischievous Elves!
Kilmacud Crokes is saddened to hear of the death of Kathleen Durcan. Kathleen is mum to long standing member / volunteer Michael Durcan.
The Kilmacud Crokes Choir will be performing carols in Stillorgan Shopping Centre this Saturday 10th December between 11-1pm in aid of Laura Lynn and all support would be most welcome.
Photo Credit : Eamon O' Callaghan / Philip McKeever / Steven Dagg
A proud night for the U15A (2007 group) ladies football team who celebrated the achievement of the “double”, U15 Division 1 Feile winners and U15 Division 1 Championship winners, in the club. Well done girls the club is extremely proud of you.
Photo Credit : Steven Dagg / Philip McKeever / Eamon OCallaghan
So we know members are asking the question - what does one do when you are getting on in years and can't play competitive football anymore. Well the answer is, you join the Cranky Crokes Brigade. This is an over 40's football team who are all coaches in the club.
#Champ2022 - What a day to look forward to! Lots of Purple & Gold support will be required for our Senior Players on the day.