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Notes: May 2016 2016-05-03 20:47:00

30/05/2016 

LOTTO: Draw took place in the Speakeasy on Sunday last. Numbers drawn 3, 4, 7, 23. No winner of the jackpot of €3,900. Match 3, 11 players each received €40. Next weeks jackpot is €4,200. Draw will take place in the Tatler Jack on Sunday 5th June 2016.

FOOTBALL - U12: Both U12 teams drew their County League games against Austin Stacks in very warm conditions last Sunday in Lewis Road. In Division 2A, the sides were tied at 4-09 a piece while the Division 2B game finished level at 4-11 to 5-08. Upcoming Fixtures: Wednesday 1st June - Away to Milltown/Castlemaine at 6.30pm. Sunday, 5 June - Home to Kenmare at 6pm

FOOTBALL - U15: On Saturday, Lewis Road hosted the U15 10-aside Supertouch Tournament. Crokes had a slow start, losing their first game to Cromane/Glenbeigh but improved as the day went on. In the second game, our lads earned a hard-fought draw with Kenmare before defeating Na Gaeil in their last game. Well done to Kenmare who won out the tournament.

SUPERVALU KITS FOR KIDS: Daly's Super Value have nominated Dr. Crokes to be one of the clubs to be in with a chance to receive an O'Neill's GAA training kit through the Kits for Kids Initiative. Clubs must collect 2000 vouchers over a period of 8 weeks starting Thursday 12th May. Customers will receive one voucher every time they spend €40 or more.  We are encouraging our club members to collect the vouchers instore and place them in the nominated box behind the checkouts.

CONNAGHT SFC: Conor O’Neill came on as a second half substitute for London in their Connacht quarter-final loss to Mayo last Sunday. Conor is currently working in London and playing with Kerry Kingdom Gaels. Well done Conor and best of luck in the qualifiers.

SYMPATHY: Deepest Sympathies to the Clarke family and friends on the recent death of Dessie Clarke RIP.


23/05/2016 

LOTTO: Draw took place in J.C. O'Shea's on Sunday last. Numbers drawn 2, 3, 5, 7. No winner of the jackpot of €3,600. Match 3, 6 players each received €70. Next weeks jackpot is €3,900. Draw will take place in the Speakeasy on Sunday 29th May 2016.

SENIOR CO. C'SHIP - ROUND 2: Dr Crokes 2-16 St Kierans 3-12. We just got over the line by the minimum margin in this game, played in the lovely and spacious Cordal Pitch.We got off to a very bad start and were behind 1-2 to nil after five minutes. We were playing with the strong breeze in this first half and had leveled the game by the tenth minute, 1-02 to 0-05. A minute later our opponents struck for a goal from a penalty, which hit the crossbar and was finished to the net by an in rushing forward. The teams exchanged points in the next few minutes, to leave St Kierans a goal ahead as we entered the last seven minutes of the first half. We struck a purple patch in the remaining minutes and added on 1-04 to our opponents single point. This gave us an interval lead of 1-10 to 2-04. With the wind at their backs our opponents added on two points at the start of the second half. We had a point in the 35th minute but Kierans struck for a goal a minute later and went into a two point lead. Before the end of the third quarter, we registered 1-03 and went into a five minute lead. In the next five minutes our opponents scored three points without reply to narrow the gap to two points. In the last ten minutes both sides exchanged points on two occasions, our two scored by influential sub Ambrose O'Donovan. The five minutes of injury time were nail biting, with many attacks by our opponents. They did manage to score a point in the 35 minutes but we held on in the end for a one point victory. Best in defence were John Payne, Fionn Fitzgerald and Mike Milner. All four midfielders had their dominance during the game and exchanges broke about even. We were best served in attack by Colm Cooper, Kieran O'Leary and Tony Brosnan. All six players who came off the bench contributed, especially PJ Lawlor, who scored a vital goal and Ambrose O'Donovan, whose two points in the last ten minutes got us over the line. Dr Crokes Best Player: Colm Cooper. Team and Scorers: Shane Murphy, John Payne, Mike Moloney, Fionn Fitzgerald, Shane Doolan 0-01, Alan O'Sullivan, Mike Milner, Eoin Brosnan 0-01, Daithi Casey 0-01, Kieran O'Leary 0-01, Gavin O'Shea 1-00, Brian Looney 0-02 (2 x 45'), Tony Brosnan 0-03, Colm Cooper 0-03 (0-02 frees), Jamie Doolan 0-02. Subs: PJ Lawlor 1-00, Ambrose O'Donovan 0-02, Jordan Kiely, David O'Leary, Cillian Fitzgerald, Jason Lyne.

LADIES FOOTBALL - U14: As part of a Feile Southwest familiarisation initiative, we hosted both Beale/Ballyduff and Beaufort at Lewis Rd on Saturday 21/5/16. All three teams enjoyed the opportunity to play under Feile conditions and rules and we look forward to the main event at the end of June where we have been drawn in a group consisting of ourselves, neighbours Fossa and teams representing Carlow and Antrim. 

KERRY GAA - NIGHT OF CHAMPIONS: The night of Champions Greyhound Racing Night to support Kerry Teams Training Funds takes place in the Kingdom Greyhound Stadium on Friday 27th of May. Tickets are €10 each and are available from Club Secretary (Paul) who can be contacted on 083-8426722 or at secretary.drcrokes.kerry@gaa.ie

SUPERVALU KITS FOR KIDS: Daly's Super Value have nominated Dr. Crokes to be one of the clubs to be in with a chance to receive an O'Neill's GAA training kit through the Kits for Kids Initiative. Clubs must collect 2000 vouchers over a period of 8 weeks starting Thursday 12th May. Customers will receive one voucher every time they spend €40 or more.  We are encouraging our club members to collect the vouchers instore and place them in the nominated box behind the checkouts.


16/05/2016 

LOTTO: Draw took place in the Tatler Jack on Sunday last. Numbers drawn 4, 5, 14, 19. No winner of the jackpot of €3,300. Match 3, 3 players each received €135. Next weeks jackpot is €3,600. Draw will take place in J.C. O'Shea's on Sunday 22nd May 2016.

SENIOR CO. C'SHIP - ROUND 1: Dr Crokes 5-19 West Kerry 1-09. It's hard to believe that this game, played in Lewis Road on Saturday last, was level after the end of the first quarter. A contributory factor towards this was that our opponents had a goal in the first minute. West Kerry also defended solidly during this period and made life hard for our attackers. A goal by Gavin O'Shea in the 16th minute seemed to open the floodgates and led to us scoring another 1-08 to West Kerry's 0-01. This gave us a half time lead of 2-11 to 1-02. Our opponets gave us a much tougher game in the third quarter and matched us score for score. As often happens when you bring on replacements, your team instead of being weakened plays with greater endeavour. In deed two of these subs, who are trying to impress scored two of our last three goals. West Kerry never threw in the towel and sent over some great points in this second half. We ran out easy winners in the end and go into the hat to face the other winners in the second round. Team and Scorers: Shane Murphy, John Payne, Mike Moloney, Fionn Fitzgerald, Shane Doolan, Alan O'Sullivan, Mike Milner, Daithi Casey (Capt) 0-03 (0-02 frees), Eoin Brosnan 0-02, Micheal Burns 0-03, Gavin O'Shea 1-00, Brian Looney, Tony Brosnan 2-06, Kieran O'Leary 0-03, Colm Cooper 0-02. Subs: PJ Lawlor, Jamie Doolan 1-00, Ambrose O'Donovan, Jason Lyne 1-00, David O'Leary, Cillian Fitzgerald. Dr Crokes Best Player: Tony Brosnan

FOOTBALL - U14: The U14 Black and Amber teams were defeated in County League Finals last Wednesday night. Austin Stacks proved too strong for the Black team in the Division 1 decider played in Listry. The Tralee side won by 6-08 to 1-06. In the Division 10 final, the Amber team lost by 6-13 to 2-03 to Ballymacelliott in Lewis Road. The club is proud of both teams achievement in reaching their respective County Finals. Brighter days in black and amber lie ahead for these talented young players.

FOOTBALL - U12: Phase two of the County League began with an away trip to Listowel for our U12 teams. In Division 2A, the black team put in a great gutsy performance but it wasn’t enough as the home side won 5-11 to 4-10.  The Amber team continued their winning ways with an impressive 5-21 to 2-6 victory over the Emmets in Division 2B.

LADIES FOOTBALL - U14: Our U14's travelled to Frank Sheehy Park, Listowel for their latest league fixture. Played in beautiful sunshine, Crokes were slow to find their rhythm but still lead at halftime thanks to goals from Ava Sheehan and Niamh Stack. Treasa O'Sullivan was outstanding on her return to the team and is enjoying her new centre back role. We pushed on in the second half  to secure the win with Lyselle O Shea finishing strongly, helped by a wonderful cameo from Shauna White at corner forward and contributions from all 20 players. We have one more league fixture at home to Castlegregory, currently fixed for 5th June. 

GOLF SOCIETY: Results for Dooks Outing on 14th of May, for the Maurice O'Donoghue Perpetual Cup, kindly sponsored by Scotts Hotel:

1st: Stephen 'Slim' McCarthy (13) 39 pts
2nd: John O'Leary (16) 38pts
3rd: Mike Cooper (14) 36pts
4th: Shane Horgan (2) 36 pts
5th: Tim Brosnan (20) 35 pts
6th: Brendan Keogh (8) 35pts
Cat 1: Karl McMahon (12) 32pts
Cat 2: Mike Howard (16) 35pts
Front nine: Vince Casey (15) 20pts
Back nine: Maurice O'Donoghue (11) 17pts
Next outing captains prize in Killeen is July 15th.

SUPERVALU KITS FOR KIDS: Daly's Super Value have nominated Dr. Crokes to be one of the clubs to be in with a chance to receive an O'Neill's GAA training kit through the Kits for Kids Initiative. Clubs must collect 2000 vouchers over a period of 8 weeks starting Thursday 12th May. Customers will receive one voucher every time they spend €40 or more.  We are encouraging our club members to collect the vouchers instore and place them in the nominated box behind the checkouts.

WELL WISHES: to Amy Connors, who is one of our 'senior girls' at our Saturday Academy. She is missed by all her friends, and they are looking forward to seeing her back in her black and amber soon. Also, well wishes to Anthony Morris who is currently in Washington DC, undergoing treatment for lymes disease. Our Senior Ladies Footballers benefited from the wealth of coaching experience from both Anthony and Margaret, who was the teams goalkeeper. We were also delighted to have had Róisín in the academy on Saturday Mornings. The enormous ongoing financial costs facing the Morris family is well documented and donations are gratefully appreciated through any of the fundraising events being organised and through the A.I.B. (Account No. 62020007; Sort Code 93/63/32).

SYMPATHIES: Deepest Sympathies to Maeve and Denis Coleman on the death of Maeve's father John Doohan RIP, Ennis. Deepest Sympathies to the Brosnan & Kiely families on the death of Rita Broderick nee Lyne. Deepest Sympathies to Fr Paddy O' Donoghue and family on death of his sister Margaret (Peg) Condon nee O'Donoghue. 


09/05/2016 

LOTTO: Draw took place in the Tatler Jack on Sunday last. Numbers drawn 2, 6, 16, 17. No winner of the jackpot of €3,000. Match 3, 5 players each received €80. Next weeks jackpot is €3,300. Draw will take place in the Tatler Jack on Sunday 15th May 2016.

SATURDAY MORNING ACADEMY: Kerins O’Rahillys boys and girls teams will be travelling to Lewis Road on Saturday 14th May, to play our U6, U8 and U10 teams. Could all Crokes players please attend.FOOTBALL - U8: The U8 boys continue their Go-Games blitzes in Spa this Friday, 13th May at 5.30pm.

FOOTBALL - U14: On Wednesday, the Amber team recorded a fantastic 4-12 to 2-08 victory over Austin Stacks and now qualify for the county final. Twenty-four hours later, the Black team followed suit and booked their place in the county division one final. They overcame local rivals Legion in a hard-fought 4-08 to 3-09 win in Direen.

FOOTBALL - U16: The U16 team were very unlucky to lose to Firies in the East Kerry League final on a Sunday evening in Beaufort. It was closely contested game with solitary point separating the sides in the end. The final score was 4-04 to 1-12.

LADIES FOOTBALL: Mixed results but two good performances for our girls over the last week. With the original fixture abandoned due to a severe thunderstorm, we met near neighbours Spa to determine the destination of the league points. An end to end game resulted in a Crokes win with all our 23 players contributing. Particular mention to Captain Julie Delaney whose energy drove us over the line in the closing stages. Our second rearranged fixture home to Beaufort stretched our sizeable squad to its limits with a number of players missing for a variety  of reasons. However we produced some lovely possession football but were undone by the concession of some fortunate goals by the opposition which gave a deserving victory to Beaufort on the day. Young Emma Kelly was the pick of the Crokes players for her confident display in possession but all the team battled right to the end.

CONGRATULATIONS: to Kerry Ladies Munster U16 Champions, especially to Dasha and Kate.


03/05/2016 

LOTTO: Draw took place in the Speakeasy on Sunday last. Numbers drawn 8, 10, 18, 21. One winner of the jackpot of €3,000. Congratulations to Donie O'Leary (St. Brendan's). Next weeks jackpot is €3,000. Draw will take place in the Tatler Jack on Sunday 8th May 2016.

CLUB CHAMPIONSHIP SEMI-FINAL: Dr Crokes 0-12 Legion 0-7. In a disappointing local derby played in Rathmore, we ran out winners in the end by five points. We will now meet Austin Stacks in the Final. We started better and had three early points without reply. It had taken us the whole first quarter to register these points as we were finding  it hard to break down a well orgainised Legion defence. Our opponents had their first score in the 18th minute. Both teams exchanged points in the next ten minutes on two ocassions. We went onto score another point just before half time, for an interval lead of 0-6 to 0-3. Legion had a great start to the second half with two unanswered points to reduce the deficit to a point. We got on top again after this bad second half start and sent over five points without reply, for a six point lead going into the last ten minutes. Our opponents then had two points and for a great save by our goalkeeper Shane Murphy we would have had only the minimum lead going into the last few minutes. In injury time we had the last score of the game, a point for a five point win. While there were positives to take out of the game, a negative was our poor shot selection especially in the first half. Team and Scorers: Shane Murphy, John Payne, Mike Moloney, Fionn Fitzgerald, Shane Doolan, Alan O'Sullivan, Mike Milner, Eoin Brosnan, Daithi Casey 0-1 (free), Michéal Burns, Gavin O'Shea, Brian Looney, Colm Cooper 0-5 (0-3 frees), Kieran O'Leary 0-2, Tony Brosnan 0-2. Subs: Jordan Kiely 0-2, Chris Brady, David O'Leary, Ambrose O'Donovan, Cillian Fitzgerald, Jason Lyne. Dr Crokes Best Player: Daithi Casey.

FOOTBALL - U14: The Amber team had no luck when they traveled back to West Kerry to take on An Ghaeltacht in Gallarus. Crokes trailed by four points at half-time playing against a very strong wind and despite a terrific performance in the second half they could only reduce the deficit to within a point. An Ghaeltacht won by 1-11 to 2-7 in the end. The Black team had a big win in Lewis road over Beaufort, winning 6-06 to 1-01.

FOOTBALL - U12: The under 12's finished phase one of the County League in style with two hard-fought victories over the Austin Stacks in Connolly Park on Sunday evening. In Division 1A, the Black team played exceptionally well to win 5-18 to 4-06. In Division 1B, the Amber team were crowned league champions on Sunday after they finished top of the pile with five straight wins in the competition. They dug deep and put in a fantastic battling performance to earn a narrow 5-07 to 4-07 victory over the Tralee side. Well done to all the players, coaches and parents on what was a very rewarding and enjoyable campaign.

LÁ na gCLUB: Lá na gClub Day is on Sunday 8th of May. The Walk starts at 12pm and BBQ at 1pm. Please come out to support.

SYMPATHIES: Our Condolences to the Family of Don Moran, former Dr Crokes player, on his recent death.









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