New Central Website for the Club - April 1 2016

We are changing our website with a new central website for the entire club.  

The new direct link for the Camogie section will be

Rising Talent - Kilmacud Crokes


Dublin U13 Camogie Division 1 Camogie Shield champions

The U13 Kilmacud Crokes u13 Camogie team defeated St Finians (Swords) by 5-8 to 3-5 to win the  Dublin U13 Camogie Division 1 Camogie Shield on Sunday October 18th at St Finians.  This concluded a highly successful season for the girls who earlier in the year won the U13 Division 1 league with victory in all their 9 matches.

The Shield final was a highly competitive game with St Finians racing into a 1-1 lead within the first 5 minutes.  However, the Crokes girls fought back well and had a 1 point lead by half time.  Kilmacud Crokes hit a “purple” patch in the 3rd quarter to race into an 11 point lead.  St Finians to their great credit never gave up and would have closed the gap more if it were not for some stalwart defending by Crokes.  Overall the games was characterised by super skill levels, high work rate, teamwork and tenacity, on both sides, with Crokes just holding the edge in all-round ability.

This Kilmacud Crokes team represent a hugely promising future for Camogie in the club.  Combined with the U14 Kilmacud Crokes camogie team, who secured victory in their Division 1 Shield final the previous day against Raheny,

They are well capable of developing into team who will secure top honours for Kilmacud Crokes at more senior levels.  Currently, the team have 9 representatives on the Under 13 Dublin Camogie Development Squad
Cumann na mBunscol - June 2015

Congratulations to Mount Anville Primary School and Taobh na Coille

for winning their Cumann na mBunscol camogie finals in Croke Park.






U13 Team Top Division 1 League

Congratulations to the u13 A Camogie team on great performances, characterised by super skill levels , teamwork, team spirt, tenacity and commitment on winning all their division 1 league games.


Kilmacud Crokes Careers Night

What does this event mean to players in our club...see what Rory O'Carroll, Darren Magee, Rachel Noctor and Ali McEnery have to say about it ... watch the video here.

First Step Careers Event at Kilmacud Crokes - 27th Feb 2014 - Rory, Rachel & Alison from Michael O'Farrell on Vimeo.

Upcoming Camogie Referee Courses

Camogie Referee Courses are being held during the month of February.  If anybody is interested in refereeing camogie matches this coming season, please contact Anne Noctor, Referee Co-Ordinator for Kilmacud Crokes Camogie.(087 2226949 or email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it ).  Below is the list of courses and you can decide which course best suits you.

Dub Stars v Dublin Senior Team - Saturday 28 December 2013

Congratulations to Rachel Noctor, Senior Camogie Player at Kilmacud Crokes who has been selected to play for the Dub Stars in the annual Camogie challenge game between the Dub Stars v Dublin Senior team. The match will take place in Pairc Uí Mhurchú, Ballyboden St. Endas on Saturday 28 December at 1.00pm. So please come along to see a great game of camogie and to support Rachel. Nollaig Shona daoibh go léir!

Coláiste Íosagáin U19 Shield Winners!

Comhghairdeas to Ciarán Ó Murchú and his U19 camogie team who won the Shield Final in the Senior A Secondary Schools Competition on Friday, 29th November 2013! Coláiste Íosagáin played St. Wolstan's of Celbridge in the final and won 5-5 to 4-4. Kilmacud Crokes Camogie was well represented on the winning team with Aisling Whitely, Aoibhinn Nic Giolla Ríogh, Aoife Brady, Doireann Ní Shiochrú, Maeve Marren and Maria Eirin O'Hurley all playing against St. Wolstan's. Maith sibh!

Book Launch Kilmacud Crokes this Thursday

Title:   Victory Loves Preparation

Author:   Emmet Ryan

Launch:   Kilmacud Crokes, Thursday Nov 28th at 8 pm

"There's a massive shift in Irish sport - and a welcome one - to forensic analysis of why and how things happened as opposed to a simple retelling of what happened. Emmet Ryan is undoubtedly part of that movement," - Ger Gilroy, Off the Ball.

How did Jim Gavin solve James Horan? Can a 600 year old battle really be relevant to the past summer's championship? What drove Ballymun Kickhams and St Brigid's of Kiltoom to new heights? Emmet Ryan's sequel to Tactics not Passion answers these questions with a look back at how strategy shaped a year in Gaelic Football. From junior finals to the chase for the Sam Maguire, Victory Loves Preparation examines the evolution of tactics in the modern game.

If anyone can't make the launch but wants the book they can either order it here  or they can email Emmet at  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or call him  on 087 6206767.

New Lotto is Up and Running!

The Kilmacud Crokes Lotto is back up and running.

We had no winner this week – so the Jackpot rolls forward – increased by €200 to €5,200 for next week’s draw, Thursday 28th November.

This week’s spot prize winners were:

  • Fergal Flood  voucher for  John O' Reilly butchers
  • Colette Dowling voucher from Atlas Auto.
  • Mark Lohan voucher Dominic Smith Electrical.
  • Gerry Greene voucher Fitzcycles

The Lotto committee will contact the winners with details.  

We have had a great response to the re-launch of the Lotto.  More than three hundred members and friends of members have subscribed for an annual ticket.  As a result of the demand we have extended the period for purchase of the special once off annual ticket (€100 – two entries in the next 50 draws) until Wednesday 27th November.

As of tomorrow each of the sections will be selling weekly tickets (€2 for 1 of €5 for 3).  Remember Lotto sales will be a key method of fundraising for sections – with a commitment that 50% of the value of such tickets sold will be returned to the individual section.  You can also access the Lotto from each of the Club sites and purchase tickets online.

We would like to thank all our sponsors and all Club members who have given generously of their time to get the Lotto back up and running.

The Kilmacud Crokes Lotto will be a key fundraising activity for all the Club over the next number of years.  Please take every opportunity to support and promote the Lotto.

Thank you to everyone who has already participated.  We encourage everyone else to buy tickets and support your Club.  And best of luck to everyone in next week’s draw. The first draw of the new Kilmacud Crokes Lotto was held last night in the Club. There was no winner of the overall jackpot. The winning numbers were 34, 3, 33 and 17.

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