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Jackpot €10500 Not Won Match 3 19 by €25. Next Draw Sunday 27th of May in Speakeasy. Jackpot €10800.

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Notes: September 2016   05/09/2016

26/09/2016 

LOTTO - 19th SEPTEMBER: Draw took place in the Speakeasy on Monday, 19th September. Numbers drawn 5, 12, 20, 21. No winner of the jackpot of €8,700. Match 3, 8 players each received €50. Next weeks jackpot is €9,000. Draw will take place in the Tatler Jack on Sunday 25th September 2016.

LOTTO - 25th SEPTEMBER: Draw took place in the Tatler Jack on Sunday last. Numbers drawn 3, 6, 8, 12. No winner of the jackpot of €9,000. Match 3, 16 players each received €25. Next weeks jackpot is €9,300. Draw will take place in the Tatler Jack on Sunday 2nd October 2016.

FOOTBALL - U12: The U12 boys will finish their campaign on Sunday with a home game against Kenmare at 12 noon. The boys have played over 20 matches this year and all the players have improved their skills over the course of the season. Well done to coaches, parents and players for their dedication and support all year. 

FOOTBALL - U14: The U14's finished off their season by winning the Plate in the Colm Cooper Blitz. It was a fantastic day and the young Crokes players got experience playing against clubs from outside the county again. It has been a long year and enjoyable year for this team and well done to the coaches, parents and players for their efforts over the course of the season. 

COLM COOPER TOURNAMENT: Congratulations to the Dr Crokes Under 13 boys who won the Coffey Plate at the Colm Cooper Invitational Blitz.

KERRY MINOR HOMECOMING: A great night was had in the Clubhouse last Wednesday welcoming home our Kerry Minor heroes.


19/09/2016 

FOOTBALL - U12: The Dr Crokes Black and Amber boys teams had two fine wins against Legion in Lewis Road on Friday evening. In a game of high quality, the Black team led by eight points with just eight minutes to go. The visitors piled on the pressure in the remaining minutes and the Crokes required a late Jack O'Sullivan goal to secure the win. The amber team had a few points to spare in the end with two late Shay O'Meara goals proving to be the difference in a keenly contested game. Well done to both Crokes and Legion teams mentors and players for two quality and sporting games on the night.

JUVENILE ACADEMY: Lewis Road was a hive of activity on Saturday morning with an unbelievable buzz as we welcomed Éire Óg from Cork U10's hurlers footballers, along with Glenflesk U6 and U8 boys football teams. The Crokes girls hosted an U11 blitz And the young talent on show was very impressive. Thanks to all the visiting clubs for making it a memorable day. Well done to all!

COLM COOPER TOURNAMENT: The Colm Cooper Invitational Tournament will take place for the fifth year this Saturday 24th of September starting at 11.30am till 6pm. Everyone is invited to come along in a tribute to one of the greatest footballers of all time and one of our greatest Clubmen.

CONGRATULATIONS: to the Kerry Minors on their All Ireland win especially the Crokes representatives - Billy Courtney, David Naughten, Michael Potts and David Shaw. Also o County Board Chairperson and clubman, Patrick O'Sullivan


12/09/2016

LOTTO: Draw took place in J.C. O'Sheas on Sunday last. Numbers drawn 2, 9, 12, 15. No winner of the jackpot of €8,400. Match 3, 9 players each received €45. Next weeks jackpot is €8,700. Draw will take place in the Speakeasy on Monday 19th September 2016. 

SENIOR CLUB C'SHIP FINAL: Austin Stacks 2-12 Dr Crokes 1-14. In an analysis of this game it would be the easy way out to say we lost this game because our opponents had a numerical advantage of one for 45 minutes of the match. It however could be pointed out that many games at Club and County level have been won by the team who suffered the same faith as we did. Our lads did however give their all and fell short in the end by one point. We actually scored 6 points without reply in a 10 minute spell in the second quarter and four of these were got when we were a man down. This was an outstanding game and Congratulations to Austin Stacks on their great win. They seemed to have the greater power in the last 10 minutes and outscored us 5 points to 2 points in this period. We opened the scoring into the wind in the second minute but Stacks equalised a minute later. A point for us a few minutes later was followed by a goal by our opponents. We had our most productive period in the game from the 15th to the 25th minute, scoring 6 points without reply. Stacks had a good finish to the half, scoring 3 unanswered points. This gave us a half time lead of 0-08 to 1-04. The teams exchanged scores on 5 occasions I  the third quarter. Both scored 1-04 to leave us still a point in front. Our opponents had 3 points without reply in the next ten minutes as we went into the last five minutes of normal time. The teams exchanged points just before the end of normal time to still leave us 2 points behind as we entered the last 5 minutes of extra time. We reduced the deficit to a point in the 63rd minute. Maybe our opponents had the fresher legs in the last quarter but even in defeat I feel we learned a lot from this typical Championship in 3 weeks time. Dr Crokes Best Player - Gavin White. Team and Scorers: Shane Murphy 0-2 (0-1 45, 0-1 free), David O'Leary, Mike Moloney, Fionn Fitzgerald, Gavin White 0-1, Alan O'Sullivan, Mike Milner, Ambrose O'Donovan 0-1, Johnny Buckley Captain 0-2, Daithi Casey 0-2, Gavin O'Shea 1-0, Brian Looney, Colm Cooper 0-2 (0-1 free), Kieran O'Leary 0-3, Tony Brosnan.
Subs: Luke Quinn, Jamie Doolan 0-1, P.J Lawlor, Micheal Burns.

JUVENILE ACADEMY: The Saturday Morning Academy welcomed Lissycasey from Clare U8 and U10 boys. A number of high quality and spirited games were played. All the boys enjoyed the games and the treats after. This Saturday, Dr Crokes Under 10 boys welcome Éire Óg from Cork.

FOOTBALL - U12: Home vs Legion on Friday 16th September.

LADIES FOOTBALL - U14: Both ourselves and opponents Glenflesk served up a very entertaining game for the supporters who braved the miserable conditions at Lewis Rd on Sunday evening 11th Sept. After a lacklustre showing by our girls in the first half , despite playing with the elements, to a woman they drove into their opponents and the conditions in the second period. The concession of two first half goals ultimately proved our undoing but it took 3 points in the last five minutes by the visitors to provide the winning margin. All 19 squad members showed great heart and no little skill in the driving rain. Squad; Alexandra Buckholz, Leanne Kerins, Jade Potts, Caoilinn O Donoghue, Miriam Green, Holly Power, Megan Graham,Treasa OSullivan, Julie Delaney, Sarah McMahon, Niamh Stack, Kym Murphy, Ava Sheehan, Lyselle O'Shea, Ellen Moloney, Emma Kelly, Pia Hickey, Shauna White, Jessica Leahy, Sarra Neher.

COLM COOPER TOURNAMENT: The Colm Cooper Invitational Tournament will take place for the fifth year on Saturday 24th of September. Everyone is invited to come along in a tribute to one of the greatest footballers of all time and one of our greatest Clubmen.

BEST WISHES: to Billy Courtney, David Naughten, Michael Potts, David Shaw and the Kerry Minor Football team who play Galway in the All-Ireland Minor Football Championship on Sunday.

SYMPATHIES: Deepest Sympathies to Childrens Officer Colm O'Suilleabhain and his family on the sad death of Michael O'Sullivan.


05/09/2016 

LOTTO - 29th AUGUST: Draw took place in the Tatler Jack on Monday, 29th August. Numbers drawn 2, 15, 21, 24. No winner of the jackpot of €7,800. Match 3, 7 players each received €60. Next weeks jackpot is €8,100. Draw will take place in the Tatler Jack on Sunday 4th September 2016.

LOTTO - 4th SEPTEMBER: Draw took place in the Tatler Jack on Sunday last. Numbers drawn 12, 16, 20, 23. No winner of the jackpot of €8,100. Match 3, 6 players each received €70. Next weeks jackpot is €8,400. Draw will take place in J.C. O'Shea's on Sunday 11th September 2016.

SENIOR CO. FOOTBALL LEAGUE - RD. 11: Dr Crokes 1-20, Milltown Castlemaine 0-09. We started off this game on the front foot and sent over six points without reply in the first 15 minutes. The locals came more into the game in the second quarter but despite plenty of possession managed to score just one point in this period. In this same fifteen minutes we added on six points to our first quarter tally. This gave us an interval lead of 0-12 to 0-02. Milltown Castlemaine were much more accurate in their shooting in the second half. Our tally in this half was just a score more than our opponents in this half, 1-8 to 0-08. Our goal was scored by Kieran O' Leary in the 56th minute. While our management would be happy with our all round performance, they know they still have things to work on before the championship.Dr Crokes Best Player - Kieran O' Leary. Team and Scorers: Shane Murphy, David O' Leary, Mike Moloney, Fionn Fitzgerald, Gavin White 0-1, Alan O' Sullivan 0-1, Mike Miller, Ambrose O' Donovan 0-1, P.J Lawlor, Daithi Casey 0-3 (frees), Gavin O' Shea, Brian Looney 0-2, Kieran O' Leary 1-4 (0-1 free), Johnny Buckley 0-2, Tony Brosnan 0-4. Subs: Cillian Fitzgerald, Jamie Doolan 0-1, Chris Brady 0-1, Jason Lyne, Bryan O' Shea, Paul Clarke.

FOOTBALL - U12: Dr Crokes U12 Black and Amber team commenced their East Kerry League campaign on Sunday evening. The Black team played their best football all year were just edged out 3-15 to 1-16 in the end in a high quality end-to-end game. The Amber team were just edged out in a keenly fought game. All the boys in each group got game time and most importantly continued to improve.

LADIES FOOTBALL - U14: The girls returned to competitive action this week after a short summer recess. Two away games in the East Kerry League  produced contrasting performances, but similar results. Wednesday 31/8/16 saw us visit Kilcummin where a below par performance after  the summer layoff did not affect the result, but ensured the outcome was in doubt until the final whistle. On Sunday 4/9/16 we hit the road again, this time to Kenmare,where a much better all round performance was required to edge a competitive fixture, in wet conditions, against Inbhear Sceine Gaels. We have one more round robin fixture at home against Glenflesk this coming weekend to determine where we finish in the league.

JUVENILE ACADEMY: The Saturday Morning Academy for boys and girls aged 4-10 years has returned. Hurling 10-10:40 and Football 10:40-12 noon. Come along and enjoy learning to play Gaelic Games in a fun environment.






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