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Fixture Update  Beginning Feb 26th
Friday 9th September, 2016

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Monday 21st August, 2006
The South Dublin Under 15 squad left the Spawell in Tallaght at 9.15am on Saturday morning heading to Carlow, to take part in the Leinster Under 15 Blitz.
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Thursday 3rd August, 2006

On Wednesday 2nd August 2006 the Crokes Intermediate hurlers had a hard fought 2-8 to 1-10 win over St Sylvester’s at Broomfield, Malahide.  This third win in four games should go a long way to securing at least a quarter-final championship spot that would be a well deserved reward for play

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Tuesday 1st August, 2006

A satisfactory day at the office!  Following a 3-9 to 1-12 victory over O’Tooles at a sun dappled Parnell Park on the evening of 29th July Crokes senior hurlers season is back on track.

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Tuesday 1st August, 2006

Sunday morning 30th July saw Crokes Intermediates hurlers register a 1-15 to 0-14 championship win over Setanta following a hard fought match.

 

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Tuesday 1st August, 2006

A 3-15 to 1-5 victory over Naomh Fionbarra at John Paul Park on 30th July confirmed Crokes place in the Junior B Hurling Championship semi-finals.

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Tuesday 1st August, 2006

On Sunday 30th July 2006 Crokes entertained Ferns from Wexford at Deerpark in a very competitive game played over three 20 minute thirds.

 

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Monday 31st July, 2006
The South Dublin Under 15 squad left the Spawell in Tallaght at 8.30am on Sunday morning heading to Carlow, to play the Carlow Under 15’s in Dr Cullen Park.  Unfortunately due to holidays, Carlow were missing a few key players down their spine and did not provide much of a challenge.  However, you c
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Tuesday 25th July, 2006

Held again at Rathdowney the Crokes lads acquitted themselves well bagging two victories over the Laois second and third strings and going down narrowly after a close game to the premier side.

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Monday 24th July, 2006
Unfortunately due to football commitments Wexford were unavailable on Sunday, so the South squared up against the West out in DCU in ideal conditions for hurling.  The game was played over three 20 minute periods and after the first period the South were one point up, after the second period, the So
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