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Notes: June 2016 2016-06-08 20:22:00

27/06/2016 

LOTTO: Draw took place in the Speakeasy on Sunday last. Numbers drawn 5, 12, 14, 18. No winner of the jackpot of €5,100. Match 3, 4 players each received €100. Next weeks jackpot is €5,400. Draw will take place in the Tatler Jack on Monday 4th July 2016.

SENIOR HURLING: We have qualified for the Senior Hurling League Division 2 Semi-final where we play Kilmoyley away on Wednesday evening, 29th June. Throw-in 7:30pm. The following week, we meet the winners of Kilgarvan & Lady's Walk in the Quarter Final of the Intermediate Hurling Championship. Time & Venue to be confirmed.

FÉILE PEIL na nÓG 2016: The Féile 2016 weekend will live long in the memory of all involved and our club can be more than proud of their contribution in making the weekend a success. Our young boys and girls played an exciting brand of football and carried themselves in an impeccable manner both on and off the field all weekend. The clubhouse was a hive of activity all week in preparation for the competition and that work-ethic continued throughout the weekend.Thanks to everyone who helped out over the weekend, your efforts are truly appreciated. Our guests remarked how good the atmosphere in the clubhouse and the selfless ‘can-do’ attitude of our volunteers was from Friday through to Sunday. It is a credit to all the members and parents who provided such great hospitality for all. Special mention to the two teams that we had the privilege our hosting; the boys from Castleknock, Dublin and the girls from Tír na nÓg Randalstown, Antrim. It was a pleasure to welcome both teams to the club and our young players have built up lifelong friendships from the visit. Lewis Road was a host venue for games on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. The clubhouse also hosted a great night of entertainment on Friday night, with plenty of storytelling, singing, and dancing. All the participating teams marched through town for the Féile parade on Saturday evening.

FOOTBALL - U14: A late fisted Crokes goal separated the Killarney rivals in the opening game in Direen on Friday evening. Legion were quickest out of the blocks and led at the break. Our boys turned it around in the second half and went on to win by 2-02 to 1-03. In the second game on Friday, New York possessed a greater physical presence and proved too strong for the Crokes. New York won 3-06 to 0-01. On Saturday morning, Dublin side Castleknock defeated our boys in Lewis Road. The visitors took an early lead which proved difficult to overturn, winning 1-07 to 0-02 in the end. The Crokes got back to winning ways when they travelled out the road to Fossa on Saturday afternoon as they defeated Laune Rangers in the shield quarter-final. The young black and amber boys scored an impressive 2-07 which proved the difference. Final score, 2-07 to 1-01. On Sunday afternoon, Legion managed to overturn the result of the opening game when they won the Shield semi-final in Na Gaeil, Tralee. The Crokes players were tired and battled admirably but it wasn't to be their day. Well done to the players and management for their efforts over the weekend. The players will have many memories of Féile 2016 and will learn from the experience.

LADIES FOOTBALL - U14: The well known sports brand slogan reads 'Just Do It' but our u14 girls did it in style. From the moment we greeted our Antrim guests from Tir na nOg Randalstown on Friday afternoon, until we returned in a triumphant cavalcade to our home in Lewis Rd on Sunday evening,everyone associated with the girls squad entered into and enjoyed the spirit of Feile. The 26 strong squad topped their group with consecutive victories over Fossa, O Hanrahans Carlow and Tir na nOg. In a close Cup quarterfinal at Currow on Saturday evening, we had to dig deep in the closing stages to defeat a dogged Loughrea. Onto Blennerville on Sunday morning and in bonus territory for a Cup semi final against Garrycastle. Down at halftime we rallied in the second period to remarkably progress to a National Feile Cup Final, against our neighbours Fossa, who were seeking to reverse the result of our opening fixture. With tired minds and bodies on the limit, an end-to-end battle which could have gone either way in the closing stages, was eventually settled by a late Crokes goal and it was only at the final whistle that players, mentors and supporters could savour the joy of a successful campaign. Having provided a consolatory guard of honour to our Antrim guests as they left the field after their  Shield Final defeat in the preceding game, it was especially uplifting for them to return the compliment as we left the field as champions and they shared our success. The Spirit of Feile was captured in this moment. Memories to last a lifetime. 

KELLOGG'S GAA CUL CAMPS: The Kellogg’s GAA Cúl Camps are a great way for boys and girls aged 6 - 13 to play the games and learn GAA skills in a fun child-friendly environment - and maybe even help make them a GAA star of the future! Dr. Crokes GAA Club will host a football camp from 4th July - 8th July. Fitzgerald Stadium will host a hurling camp from 25th July -  29th July. You can register online (www.gaa.ie/kelloggsculcamps) or send the complete application form with appropriate fee to Kerry GAA Cúl Camp Office, Kerry County Board, Austin Stack Park, Tralee, Co. Kerry. Forms can be obtained from the club.

SYMPATHIES: Deepest Sympathies to the O'Shea Family on the recent death of Vice President Paddy O'Shea RIP. Paddy was steeped in Crokes tradition, an ambassador for the club whose contribution can never be understated. He played minor football from '49 to'52, winning in '51 with Dick Fitzgeralds. He won minor hurling Championships '50, '51, '52. On the team in '50 were also his two brothers Murt & Seano. He was also a Kerry minor Hurler for two years '51 & '52.He also played football with Kerry Jnrs which was interrupted when he broke his leg in '55. Paddy played with Dr Crokes Seniors from '50 to '69. He captained the team in '56, the first year of our "first" 7 in a row. Paddy holds 8 O'Donoghue Cup medals. Amazingly, Paddy held every position in the club, from Chairman, Treasurer, Pro all except Secretary. The Secretary role was later filled by his wife Anne ('84), his son Padraig twice ('88-'90 & '99-'00) and his daughter Aine ('09-'11). His contribution to compiling the club history for centenary year in 1986 was immence as indeed was the updated version 10 years later. Paddy O'Shea will be greatly missed by the Dr Crokes Club, our sympathies are with his wife Anne, Sons Padraig, John, Colm and Aidan, Daughters Aine and Sinead, his brother Sean, Sister Sheila, son in law, daughters in law, grandchildren, relatives and many friends.


20/06/2016 

LOTTO: Draw took place in J.C. O'Shea's on Sunday last. Numbers drawn 2, 8, 9, 13. No winner of the jackpot of €4,800. Match 3, 7 players each received €60. Next weeks jackpot is €5,100. Draw will take place in the Speakeasy on Sunday 26th June 2016.

SENIOR CO. FOOTBALL LEAGUE - DIV. 1; ROUND 6: Dr Crokes 0-13 Kerins O'Rahillys 0-09. In this game, played in the Kerins O'Rahillys field we ran out winners by four points. Our opponents opened the scoring with a point in the 3rd minute but we had two unanswered points to go ahead by the fifth minute. Our hosts started to get on top at this juncture and were a point ahead by the tenth minute, 0-3 to 0-2. The teams exchanged points in the next ten minutes on two occassions, leaving Kerins O'Rahillys still a point ahead, going into the last ten minutes of the first half. Two Daithi Casey points in the remaining minutes, put us 0-06 to 0-05 ahead at the interval. By the 33rd minute our opponents had gone ahead, with two unanswered points. Two more Daithi Casey points put the scoreboard a point in our favour by the tenth minute. The host equalised with a point before the end of the third quarter. Everything depended on which of the teams would finish the better. We had a great last fifteen minutes outscoring the hosts by five points to one, three of these play off the boot of Tony Brosnan. This gave us a four point win but there was very little between the teams throughout the game. Both teams missed a gilt edged goal chance in the second half. Team and scorers: Shane Murphy, Cilian Fitzgerald, Eoin Brosnan, David O'Leary, Jason Lyne, Mike Milner, Shane Doolan, Ambrose O'Donovan 0-01, Daithi Casey 0-05 (0-02 frees), Andrew Kennelly, Gavin O'Shea, Brian Looney 0-02, Tony Brosnan 0-03, Kieran O'Leary, Chris Brady 0-01. Subs: PJ Lawlor 0-01, Luke Quinn, Bryan O'Shea, Shane O'Neill. We lost a player to a red card after twenty minutes. Dr Crokes Best Player - Daithi Casey

SENIOR CO. FOOTBALL LEAGUE - DIV. 4; ROUND 6: Despite acquitting ourselves well we went down by eight points to our South Kerry opponents Skellig Rangers. This leaves us with five points after six games. It also means that we have to win at least two more games to avoid relegation, promotion would not be impossible if we could win our remaining five games.

SENIOR HURLING: We travelled to Ballyheigue on Wednesday last for the final game of the Div. 2A League. Following a tough battle with the home-side, we emerged the victors on a scoreline of 1-11 to 0-11. This has put us second in the Div. 2A table and in the league semi-final on a date to be confirmed.

FOOTBALL - U12: The long trip to Moyvane on Friday evening proved a profitable one for the Amber team as they continued their unbeaten run in both phases of the U12 County League. The triumphant Amber team defeated Moyvane by 5-18 to 5-9 to finish top of Division 2B. The Black team unfortunately did not have the same fate as their clubmen and lost out to the home side 5-18 to 3-5. Well done to both Dr Crokes teams and management on two very enjoyable and exciting County League campaigns. They will get a deserved break now for a few weeks before the East Kerry League begins at the end of the summer.

JOHN WEST FEILE PEIL NA nÓG: There is a feast of U14 football coming to the South West this weekend and our boys and girls teams will be competing in it. On Friday evening, the boys begin their Féile journey in Direen against our neighbours, the Legion while the girls will open their account against Fossa in Lewis Road. Make sure to call up and show your support for the next generation of Crokes players and help make it a memorable occasion for all. The games are 15 minutes a half and will be run off promptly so be sure to be on time. Our club will host the boys from Castleknock, Dublin and the girls from Tír na nÓg, Randalstown, Antrim. Lewis Road is also one of the host venues with a number of games due to be played on our fields on Friday evening and Saturday morning.Boys Féile Fixtures (Div 1 Group A): Friday at 5pm in Direen vs Legion  |  Friday at 6:30pm in Direen vs New York  |  Saturday at 11am in Lewis Rd vs Castleknock. Saturday afternoon, we will play in Fossa. If we finish 1st or 2nd, we will play at 3pm or at 2pm if we finish 3rd or 4th. Girls Féile Fixtures (Div 5 Group D): Friday at 5pm in Lewis Road vs Fossa  |  Friday at 7.15pm in Lewis Road vs O’Hanrahan’s (Carlow)  |  Saturday at 10.15am vs Tír na nÓg. Saturday afternoon we will play in Currow. If we finish 1st or 2nd we will play at 3.15/4pm or at 1.45/2.30pm if we finish 3rd or 4th.

HELP REQUIRED: It is a big weekend for our club hosting the Féile and we welcome and encourage all members who can help in anyway over the weekend to do so. There is a job for everyone!

LADIES FOOTBALL - U14: The squad made amends for last years County League final defeat at the same venue by returning to Fossa on Sunday 19th June and this time taking home the spoils. Beaufort provided the opposition this time and following a superb semifinal victory against neighbours Spa the previous Wednesday, the girls were determined to deliver a performance in the final. Lead by the energetic performance of captain Julie Delaney, all 23 squad members took to the field at some stage and contributed to the victory. Defensively we were strong conceding only 8 scores over the 2 games while in attack we registered 31 scores in the two victories. We now look forward to participating and enjoying Feile 2016 next weekend. Thanks to all the parents and club members for their support on the night.

JUVENILE HURLING - U8: This week, our U8's will travel to Kenmare on Thursday 23rd June for the second of the Go-Games Blitzes.

KELLOGG'S GAA CUL CAMPS: The Kellogg’s GAA Cúl Camps are a great way for boys and girls aged 6 - 13 to play the games and learn GAA skills in a fun child-friendly environment - and maybe even help make them a GAA star of the future! Dr. Crokes GAA Club will host a football camp from 4th July - 8th July. Fitzgerald Stadium will host a hurling camp from 25th July -  29th July. You can register online (www.gaa.ie/kelloggsculcamps) or send the complete application form with appropriate fee to Kerry GAA Cúl Camp Office, Kerry County Board, Austin Stack Park, Tralee, Co. Kerry. Forms can be obtained from the club.

BEST WISHES: to our Vice President, Paddy O'Shea on a speedy recovery from illness.


13/06/2016 

LOTTO: Draw took place in the Tatler Jack on Sunday last. Numbers drawn 1, 3, 14, 20. No winner of the jackpot of €4,500. Match 3, 9 players each received €45. Next weeks jackpot is €4,800. Draw will take place in J.C. O'Shea's on Sunday 19th June 2016.

SENIOR CO. FOOTBALL LEAGUE - DIV. 1; ROUND 5: Dr. Crokes -15, Legion 0-09. Played in Lewis Road on Sunday 12th of June, a good second half display was responsible for our nine point victory over Legion. Both sides were missing influential players but the visitors probably suffered more in this respect. The game marked the return to action of Legions James O'Donoghue, who performed well. We had the first five points in this game and led 0-5 to nil after ten minutes. We were always in front in this match but Legion kept within three points of us, right through the first half, despite their poor start to the game. We had an interval lead of 0-8 to 0-5.The teams exchanged points at the start of the second half but in the next ten minutes we hit a purple patch and notched four points without reply, to go into a seven point lead. The visitors reduced the gap with two unanswered points. At the start of the third quarter we had a point from Brian Looney, followed by a goal by Jordan Kiely. This gave us a nine point lead and this was the same lead we had at the end as the only remaining scores were a point from both sides. This left us winners by 1-15 to 0-09 when the referee blew his final whistle. Team and Scorers: Shane Murphy, John Payne, Mike Moloney, David O'Leary, Mike Milner, Eoin Brosnan, Shane Doolan, Ambrose O'Donovan 0-02, Daithi Casey 0-06 (0-01 free), Jason Lyne, Gavin O'Shea, Brian Looney 0-02, Tony Brosnan 0-03, Jamie Doolan 0-01, Jordan Kiely 1-01, Subs: Chris Brady, PJ Lawlor, Cillian Fitzgerald, Luke Quinn, Andrew Kenneally. Dr Crokes Best Player: Eoin Brosnan It was great to see Luke Quinn coming back after a serious injury. Best wishes on a speedy recovery to Micheal Burns who suffered an injury in our County League game against Kenmare last week.

SENIOR CO. FOOTBALL LEAGUE - DIV. 4; ROUND 5: Dr Crokes 1-09 Moyvane 1-8. As a result of this win we now have five points from five games played in Division 4. The result could have gone either way but we welcome the win. We are now fifth in the table.

FOOTBALL - U12: Fixture: Friday, 17th June, – Away v Moyvane at 7pm.

FOOTBALL - U14: Preparation for the Féile is going well for our U14 footballers with two back-to-back wins in the East Kerry League. Despite missing a number of players on Sunday evening, the Crokes proved too strong for Currow in Lewis Road. Crokes held a 1-06 to 0-03 lead at half-time before going on to win the game by 2-13 to 3-7 in the end. Our lads recorded a 3-17 to 3-08 win over Kilcummin in the opening league game the week before. Next Fixture: Monday, 20th June at 7pm – Black (Away) v Glenflesk. Amber (Away) v Cordal/Scartaglin

JUVENILE HURLING - U8: A number of Go Games Blitzes for U8's in the South Kerry region have been scheduled over the summer. The first will be next week, Thursday 16th June in Dr. Crokes @ 7:00pm sharp. The following week, they will travel to Kenmare on Thursday 23rd June. these games are a great way for the juveniles to put the skills they've learned in the Academies into practice.

JUVENILE HURLING - U10: The Denis Nagle U10 Ground Hurling Tournament will take place in Rathmore GAA on Saturday 18th June. Games start at 10:30am sharp.

US OPEN CHALLENGE: Entries for the Dr. Crokes US Open Challenge are now open. Entry cards are available from the usual sources or, alternatively, you can go to our website (www.drcrokes.com) and enter online via PayPal. Please support this important fundraiser. Closing date: 12 noon, Thursday 16th June.

KELLOGG'S GAA CUL CAMPS: The Kellogg’s GAA Cúl Camps are a great way for boys and girls aged 6 - 13 to play the games and learn GAA skills in a fun child-friendly environment - and maybe even help make them a GAA star of the future! Dr. Crokes GAA Club will host a football camp from 4th July - 8th July. Fitzgerald Stadium will host a hurling camp from 25th July -  29th July. You can register online (www.gaa.ie/kelloggsculcamps) or send the complete application form with appropriate fee to Kerry GAA Cúl Camp Office, Kerry County Board, Austin Stack Park, Tralee, Co. Kerry. Forms can be obtained from the club.

CALLING ALL CLUB MEMBERS: An appeal to all members to give an hour of their time next Saturday morning 18th of June to help with a tidy-up of the clubhouse and grounds in preparation for the Féile the following weekend. Members will gather at 10.00am.

CONGRATULATIONS: to Senior Hurler Shane Kavanagh and wife, Ann, on the birth of their daughter Eve. Also, congratulations to Senior Footballer Alan O Sullivan on his recent wedding to Aisling O'Connor. All the best with the future.

06/06/2016

LOTTO: Draw took place in the Tatler Jack on Sunday last. Numbers drawn 4, 5, 19, 21. No winner of the jackpot of €4,200. Match 3, 4 players each received €100. Next weeks jackpot is €4,500. Draw will take place in the Tatler Jack on Sunday 12th June 2016.

SENIOR CO. FOOTBALL LEAGUE - DIV. 1; ROUND 4: Dr Crokes 3-21 Kenmare Shamrocks 0-10. In this game, played in Kenmare, both teams were short influential players. The visitors strength in depth ensured that they were not as handicapped as the hosts because of missing players. We were quickly out of the blocks and led by 1-03 to 0-01 after six minutes. Things did not get any better for Kenmare by the end of the first quarter as they were down 1-07 to 0-01. The second quarter of the game was more even with our lads scoring 1-02 to Kenmare 0-04. This gave us an interval lead of 2-11 to 0-05. The hosts held their own again in the third quarter as the teams just scored two points each. We were well on top in the last quarter and our score soared to 3-21. This left the final score 3-21 to 0-10 in our favour. Kenmare to their credit never gave up but this was not their day but I'm sure they will not be easily beaten in their forthcoming Intermediate Semi Finals. We would be happy that we had a good spread of score and maintained the fitness levels we have built up since the start of the year.

SENIOR CO. FOOTBALL LEAGUE - DIV. 4; ROUND 4: Dr Crokes 1-10 Churchill 0-09.
We were very happy to get this victory on Sunday last. This gives us three points from our four games played. We led at half time 1-6 to 0-7 and put in a good second half display.

SENIOR HURLING: The Dr. Crokes Senior Hurling League campaign kicked off on Wednesday 18th May with a home game against Abbeydorney. A good start to the first half saw us only two points down at the interval. The second half was a completely different affair with the visitors finishing strong to claim a well-deserved victory. This game saw Mark O'Shea play senior club hurling for the first time, impressing with some intelligent play and combining well with the team. A warm welcome also to Shane Spellman. Following a bye the week after, we travelled to Kenmare last Wednesday. We gained ground quite early in this game through Mike Milner who struck the net on a number of occasions along with Anthony Keogh & Jack Lenihan contributing some great scores. Kenmare responded well in the second half but our lead proved too much. This Wednesday, we are home to Kilgarvan followed by the last round away to Ballyheigue the following week.

JUVENILE HURLING - U8: A number of Go Games Blitzes for U8's in the South Kerry region have been scheduled over the summer. The first will be next week, Thursday 16th June in Dr. Crokes @ 7:00pm sharp. The following week, they will travel to Kenmare on Thursday 23rd June. these games are a great way for the juveniles to put the skills they've learned in the Academies into practice.

JUVENILE HURLING - U10: The Denis Nagle U10 Ground Hurling Tournament will take place in Rathmore GAA on Saturday 18th June. Times to be confirmed.

FOOTBALL - U12: The U12's hosted Kenmare in Lewis Road on Sunday evening. The Black team lost 2-12 to 3-13 in a close and exciting encounter. There was no separating the sides in the second game as the Amber team finished level, 4-06 apiece.

FOOTBALL - U14: Fixture: Monday, 13 June at 7pm - Home v Currow.

LADIES FOOTBALL - U14: We finished our scheduled league fixtures with a home victory against Castlegregory on Sunday 5 June. Jade Potts and Holly Power shared goalkeeping duties and also made significant contributions in their stints at midfield. Leanne Kerins, Megan Graham, Abbie Shine, Ashton O'Meara, Sarra Neher, Islin Ní Chroinin and Megan Lenehan were all resolute in defence. In the forwards Niamh Stack, Kym Murphy, Lyselle O'Shea, Sarah
McMahon and Ellen Moloney were prominent throughout. Treasa O'Sullivan at centre halfback enjoyed a tremendous duel with her young Castlegregory opponent and was our best player on the day. Julie Delaney again showed great industry and skill in midfield. Upfront Ava Sheehan played very well, winning possession and always finding a teammate with her passing. Special mention to Jessica Leahy for a hat trick of goals on the day. Get well soon to squad member Pia Hickey and congratulations to Lyselle O'Shea for her selection on the Basketball team for this Summers International Childrens Games in Taiwan.

US OPEN CHALLENGE: Entries for the Dr. Crokes US Open Challenge are now open. Entry cards are available from the usual sources or, alternatively, you can go to our website (www.drcrokes.com) and enter online via PayPal. Please support this important fundraiser. Closing date: 12 noon, Thursday 16th June.

KELLOGG'S GAA CUL CAMPS: The Kellogg’s GAA Cúl Camps are a great way for boys and girls aged 6 - 13 to play the games and learn GAA skills in a fun child-friendly environment - and maybe even help make them a GAA star of the future! Dr. Crokes GAA Club will host a football camp from 4th July - 8th July. Fitzgerald Stadium will host a hurling camp from 25th July -  29th July. You can register online (www.gaa.ie/kelloggsculcamps) or send the complete application form with appropriate fee to Kerry GAA Cúl Camp Office, Kerry County Board, Austin Stack Park, Tralee, Co. Kerry. Forms can be obtained from the club.




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