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JACKPOT-€15,600 WINNER PAT O'SULLIVAN Blenerville Next draw Sunday,September 23rd 2018 in Tatler Jack Jackpot-€3,000 TICKETS AVAILABLE FROM DR CROKES CLUBHOUSE, GLEESONS SPAR College Street and usual sources.

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Notes: June 2014 2014-06-30 14:32:00

30/06/14

LOTTO: Draw took place in the Tatler Jack on Sunday last. Numbers drawn: 1, 7, 13, 16. The jackpot of €5400 was not won. Match 3, 10 received €40. Next week's jackpot is €5700. Draw will take place in the Tatler Jack.

FIXTURES: EK Mnr Lge.: Home vs. Legion, Thurs. 3rd July, 7:30pm. U16 Girls Co. Lge.: Away vs. Laune Rangers, Thurs. 3rd July, 6:30pm. Mnr C'ship: Home vs. Mid-Kerry, Wed. 9th July, 7pm. Please support.

RESULTS: EK Jnr. C'ship: Dr. Crokes 2-15, Glenflesk 2-12. Jnr Co. Lge.: Dr. Crokes 0-10, Sneem/Derrynane 0-09. U21 C'ship: Dr. Crokes 2-06, St. Kieran's 2-11. EK Mnr Lge.: Dr. Crokes 1-16, Rathmore 2-07. U16 Co. Lge: Dr. Crokes 2-13, Gneeveguilla 3-08.

U16 CO. LEAGUE ROUND-UP: We kicked off our County League campaign in Connolly Park on Wednesday, 18th June. A very impressive opening half, which saw goals from David Shaw and Brendan Coppinger, saw us run out comfortable winners. We added 2 further goals in the second half to top off a tremendous team performance. Final score: Dr. Crokes 7-11, Austin Stacks 1-06.
The second round of the Co. League saw us line out without some regulars but this win was probably our best of the year. With 10 minutes to go, we trailed Gneeveguilla by 2 points but with grit and determination we clawed our way back into the game. Points from Michael Potts and David Naughton drew the sides level, and 2 by Jack Griffin swung the game in our favour. Final score: Dr. Crokes 2-13, Gneeveguilla 3-08

SATURDAY MORNING ACADEMY: Our Saturday morning hurling academy continues this weekend from 10:00am to 10:40am supervised by fully qualified coaches and all equipment is provided. We had a fantastic day to finish our Saturday Morning Football Academy. Our U6 to U10s had plenty fun & games in the beautiful sunshine. The club would like to thank all our fantastic coaches for their commitment & dedication to these age groups. Thanks also to Jamie Doolan, Tony Brosnan & Bryan O'Shea for presenting the medals to our future stars.

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! Fitzgerald Stadium will host a hurling camp from 28th July - 1st August.

GOLF SOCIETY: Captains (Denis Coleman's) Prize will be held on Killeen Course on Friday, 11th July. Tee times 1.00pm - 3.30pm. Time-sheet now open.

BRITISH OPEN CHALLENGE: The third major of the year, the British Open, will take place from the 17th - 20th July. Challenge cards for this popular challenge are now available from usual sources.

AWARDS NIGHT: The 'Pig on a Spit' mid-summer event has been rescheduled for Saturday, 19th July, commencing at 8:30pm. The various awards for the year 2013 will also be presented on the night. Tickets are €20 and are on sale now.

CLOTHES BANK: There is a clothes bank now permanently located at the rear of the clubhouse. Any old clothes, no longer required, can be deposited in bags at all times. As well as providing valuable funding to our juvenile section, proceeds from the bank also go towards the ISPCC.

SYMPATHY: to the family and friends of Agnes Lenihan who passed away on Wednesday last. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam dílis.

23/06/14

LOTTO: Draw took place in the Speakeasy on Sunday last. Numbers drawn: 4, 16, 21, 23. The jackpot of €5100 was not won. Match 3, 5 received €80. Next week's jackpot is €5400. Draw will take place in the Tatler Jack.

FIXTURES: Jnr Co. Lge.: Away vs. Sneem/Derrynane, Sat. 28th June, 7:30pm. Please support.

RESULTS: EK Mnr. Lge: Dr. Crokes 5-18, Firies 2-10. U16 Co. Lge: Dr. Crokes 7-11, Austin Stacks 1-06. EK U14 Lge: Dr. Crokes 6-07, Rathmore 6-15.

EK MINOR LEAGUE: Dr. Crokes got off to a great start in this game, with a goal from Jason O’Leary and a point from Chris Doncel in the first minute. But Firies fought back with a brace of points to halve the lead. We then went on a scoring spree, putting another 1-05 on the scoreboard by the twenty minute mark, the goal coming from Chris Doncel. However, it was then Firies turn to dominate and in the final ten minutes of the half, they increased their score by 1-05 to Dr. Crokes 0-02. The half-time score was 2-07 to 1-08. Firies went ahead for the first time 10 minutes into the second half. This seemed to spur Dr. Crokes into action, scoring 2-09 before the final whistle. However, Firies were unlucky in that they struck the upright twice, at vital times, which could have changed the course of this game. Final-score Dr. Crokes 5-18, Firies 2-10.

MUNSTER GAA U15 SUPER TENS: The Crokes U15’s recently took part in the Munster GAA Super 10’s competition played in the Mallow complex and performed admirably. There were 3 teams in the group with the top team qualifying for the semi final. First up for the lads was a game against Clonakilty. With an early goal by Luke Casey, Crokes got off to the perfect start and with Michael Potts, Neilu Dohery and Jack Griffin dominant around the middle, it ensured a plentiful supply of ball to the forward line in which Mark Harnett, Ethan Fleming and Conor Quirke revelled with Crokes running out easy winners with Fleming, Harnett, Griffin and Potts getting amongst the goalscorers. When Clon did threaten, they found the defence of James Kelly, Mark Fitzgerald, Lorcan McMonagle and Jack Kelleiher in no mood to give up easy scores. Behind them keeper Sean Courtney made two very good saves when Clon threatened to make a breakthrough. At the end Crokes ended up convincing winners.The decisive game saw Crokes play Eire Og of Ennis who were fancied to win the competition. Crokes played brilliant football in the first half and led at half time by 1-5 to 0-2, with Jack Griffin Michael Potts and Mark Harnett excelling while in defence Lorcan McMonagle was having a super game keeping a tight hold on the Eire Og sharpshooter. Indeed but for 3 great saves by the Eire Og keeper Crokes would have been out of sight. Crokes couldn’t keep up the momentum in the second half and 2 late goals by Eire Og gave them a 3 point victory despite the best efforts of Conor Quirke, Mark Fitzgerald and keeper Sean Courtney who also made 2 great saves before the goals. Overall it was very good performance and a great experience for the lads.

SATURDAY MORNING ACADEMY: Our Saturday morning football academy will have there last session before the summer this Saturday from 10:45am to 12 noon. The hurling will continue for another couple of weeks from 10:00am to 10:40am. Both codes are supervised by fully qualified coaches and all equipment is provided.

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 30th June - 4th July. Fitzgerald Stadium will host a hurling camp from 28th July - 1st August.

GOLF CLASSIC: The annual Golf Classic will take place on Thursday, 3rd July at O'Mahony's Point. This is one of the annual fundraisers for the club. Team of 4; €300. Entries to Organising Committee.

AWARDS NIGHT: The 'Pig on a Spit' mid-summer event has been rescheduled for Saturday, 19th July, commencing at 8:30pm. The various awards for the year 2013 will also be presented on the night. Tickets are €20 and are on sale now.

CLOTHES BANK: There is a clothes bank now permanently located at the rear of the clubhouse. Any old clothes, no longer required, can be deposited in bags at all times. As well as providing valuable funding to our juvenile section, proceeds from the bank also go towards the ISPCC.

16/06/14

LOTTO: Draw took place in Jack C's on Sunday last. Numbers drawn: 9, 10, 13, 18. The jackpot of €4800 was not won. Match 3, 3 received €135. Next week's jackpot is €5100. Draw will take place in the Speakeasy.

FIXTURES: EK Mnr Lge.: Home vs. Firies, Thurs. 19th June, 7:30pm. Please support.

RESULTS: Snr Co. Lge: Dr. Crokes 4-19, Kerins O'Rahilly's 0-08. Jnr Co. Lge.: Dr. Crokes 'B' 2-14, Ballydonoghue 4-08. Jnr. Lge.: Dr. Crokes 'C' 1-15, Skellig Rangers 3-10. EK U14 Div. 1: Dr. Crokes 6-17, Glenflesk 2-06.

SENIOR CO. CHAMPIONSHIP: The Draw for Round 3 of the Garveys Supervalu Senior Football Championship was made live on Radio Kerry on Sunday evening last. Dr. Crokes face Legion in Round 3 which will be played on weekend of 13th July. Time & Venue TBC.

JUNIOR CO. LEAGUE: Ballydonoghue got off to a terrific start at Lewis Road finding the net early, followed by a point and another goal with nothing in reply from Crokes. Then it was Crokes turn, when Chris Brady scored a pointed between goals from PJ Lawlor and Tony Brosnan. Spectators enjoyed a scoring display from both teams that brought the score to 2-05 apiece. Ballydonoghue finished the half with another well-taken goal. Half-time score; Dr. Crokes 2-05, Ballydonoghue 3-05. Dr Crokes picked up the pace in the second half and started with points from Chris Brady Tony Brosnan keeping Dr Crokes in touch. Another pointed free for Ballydonoghue was followed by five consecutive points shared by Dr Crokes’ Tony Brosnan, Bryan O’Shea, Chris Brady and Keith O’Leary. Crokes were now two points ahead and could have won but for some stray shooting in the closing ten minutes. Instead, Jack Gogarty pulled off a goal for Ballydonoghue to put them ahead by just a point. But Crokes were not finished and Mark Egan finished off a good move with a point to level the score. The final score was Dr Crokes 2-14 Ballydonoghue 4-08 and the spoils were shared – a fair result to a terrific game, played in beautiful sunshine and a gentle breeze.

EK U14 LEAGUE: Our U14's got off to a great start in their East Kerry league campaign with a win over Glenflesk. Seven different players shared the scoring in the first half to bring the Crokes tally to 3-6; Fionn Doherty (1-0), Niall Daly(1-01), Jason Cahillane (1-01), Harry Potts (0-02), Colm Cagney (0-01) and Fionnbarr Hickey (0-01). At the same time, our backs were very solid, led by goal-keeper supreme David O’Mahony with a clean sheet in the first half. In front of him Mark Donellan, Gary O’Connor, Keith Myers and Gerard Cronin were majestic. The Crokes boys continued with a good flowing game in the second half and the scores kept coming from Michael Lenihan (0-03), Seán O’Neill (0-02), Lee Downing (0-02), Niall Daly (2-00), Fionnbharr Hickey (0-02), Shane Looney (0-01) and Mark Cooper (0-01). The backs continued to dominate with great displays from Lorcán O’Hare Wyatt, Jamie Muldoon, Oran O’Donoghue and Liam Kelliher. Putting up a score of 6-17, with scores from eleven different players shows the potential of these lads. We meet Rathmore away next, which will be a very tough assignment. But if we keep this form up, we can look forward to a good game.

U14 GIRLS: Dr Crokes girls gave a brave performance in the semi-final of their County League away to Cromane on Thursday, 5th June. Playing into a strong breeze in the first half, the girls were well in the game but a burst of scores in quick succession allowed the home side to pull away approaching half-time. After the restart, Crokes set about reducing the arrears without ever gaining parity and a late goal widened the gap to a finishing scoreline of Cromane 4-10, Crokes 3-05. Well done to the full squad who battled well against a physically stronger Cromane side, who deserved to progress to the final. A short break now before U13 & U15 County Championships commence along with East Kerry competitions.

SATURDAY MORNING ACADEMY: Our Saturday morning hurling & football academies continue this weekend: Hurling from 10:00am to 10:40am, followed by football 10:45am to 12 noon. Both codes are supervised by fully qualified coaches and all equipment is provided.

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 30th June - 4th July. Fitzgerald Stadium will host a hurling camp from 28th July - 1st August.

GOLF SOCIETY: We travelled to Beaufort on Saturday last, 14th June. This outing was kindly sponsored by The Failte. Results: 1st; Seamie O'Connor, Keith McMahon, John Keogh & Paul Downey 90pts, 2nd; David Moloney, Tomas Regan, Johnny O'Connor & Tony McMahon 89pts, 3rd; Brendan Keogh, Paudie Sheehan, Der Brosnan & Malachy Walsh 88pts.

GOLF CLASSIC: The annual Golf Classic will take place on Thursday, 3rd July at O'Mahony's Point. This is one of the annual fundraisers for the club. Team of 4; €300. Entries to Organising Committee.
US OPEN CHALLENGE: A huge thanks to all who contributed to this years US Open Challenge Fundraiser and to all the card sellers. Congratulations to the overall winner, Sean McCarthy. Full results can be found on Facebook and www.drcrokes.com.

AWARDS NIGHT: 'Pig on a Spit' due to take place on Saturday, 7th June, has been postponed to a later date due to Round 2 of the Senior Football Championship. A revised date will be confirmed in the near future.

CLOTHES BANK: There is a clothes bank now permanently located at the rear of the clubhouse. Any old clothes, no longer required, can be deposited in bags at all times. As well as providing valuable funding to our juvenile section, proceeds from the bank also go towards the ISPCC.

09/06/14

LOTTO: Draw took place in the Tatler Jack on Sunday last. Numbers drawn: 3, 5, 8, 20. The jackpot of €4500 was not won. Match 3, 14 received €30. Next week's jackpot is €4800. Draw will take place in Jack C's.

FIXTURES: Snr Co. Lge.: Away vs. Kerins O'Rahilly's, Sat. 14th June, 7:30pm. Jnr Co. Lge.: Home vs. Ballydonoghue, Sun. 15th June, 2pm. Please support.

RESULTS: Snr C'ship: Dr. Crokes 1-16, Kenmare District 2-09. Jnr Lge.: Dr. Crokes 'C' 1-08, Beaufort 1-10. U14 Girls Lge.: Dr. Crokes 3-05, Cromane 4-10.

SENIOR C'SHIP: Dr Crokes are safely through to Round 3 of the Garveys County Senior Football Championship on a scoreline of 1-16 to 2-9. However, Kenmare District did not give it up easy. Dr. Crokes, playing into a stiff breeze, had the best of the first quarter and led by 0-5 to 0-1 after thirteen minutes. It took another twelve minutes for the next score to register. Some direct play up the middle saw Brian Crowley rattle the Crokes net and Kenmare were right back in the game. But Kieran O'Leary showed why he is Kerry captain, when he picked up the ball at the corner flag, ran a mazy solo, side-stepping at least five Kenmare District players and slotted the ball to the corner of the net. Another point apiece and the half finished 1-6 to 1-2 in favour of Dr. Crokes. If spectators expected Dr. Crokes to kick on in the second half with the breeze in their backs, they got a surprise. Kenmare District powered home a point, followed by another Brian Crowley goal and they were back on par with Dr Crokes. Micheál Burns banged over three unanswered points in a row, all from about forty meters in a total tally of five points. Tony Brosnan, another young Crokes player, scored three fine points in his first championship start. Points were shared for the rest of the game, which finished 1-16 to 2-9. Dr Crokes will now be in the hat for the third round draw.

SATURDAY MORNING ACADEMY: Our Saturday morning hurling & football academies continue this weekend: Hurling from 10:00am to 10:40am, followed by football 10:45am to 12 noon. Both codes are supervised by fully qualified coaches and all equipment is provided.

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 30th June - 4th July. Fitzgerald Stadium will host a hurling camp from 28th July - 1st August.

GOLF SOCIETY: Our next outing is to Beaufort on Saturday, June 14. Timesheet now open on www.drcrokes.com.

US OPEN CHALLENGE: The second major of the year, the US Open, is on June 12th -15th. Again, by popular demand, we are hosting another challenge. Cards are now available from usual sources.

AWARDS NIGHT: 'Pig on a Spit' due to take place on Saturday last, 7th June, has been postponed to a later date due to Round 2 of the Senior Football Championship. A revised date will be confirmed in the near future.

CLOTHES BANK: There is a clothes bank now permanently located at the rear of the clubhouse. Any old clothes, no longer required, can be deposited in bags at all times. As well as providing valuable funding to our juvenile section, proceeds from the bank also go towards the ISPCC.

03/06/14

LOTTO: Draw took place in the Tatler Jack on Sunday last. Numbers drawn: 3, 6, 11, 18. The jackpot of €4200 was not won. Match 3, 14 received €30. Next week's jackpot is €4500. Draw will take place in the Tatler Jack.

FIXTURES: Snr C'ship: Home vs. Kenmare, Sun. 8th June, 2pm. Snr Hurling Lge.: Home vs. Abbeydorney, Wed. 4th June, 7:30pm. Jnr Lge.: Away vs. Beaufort, Fri. 6th June, 7.30pm. U14 Girls Lge.: Away vs. Cromane, Thurs. 5th June, 7:15pm. Please support.

RESULTS: Snr C'ship: Dr. Crokes 0-09, Rathmore 0-14. Jnr Lge.: Dr. Crokes 'C' 3-12, Dromid Peares 2-10.

SENIOR C'SHIP: Our senior team suffered their first defeat in five seasons of County Championship in Rathmore last Saturday, on a scoreline of 0-14 to 0-9. We were on track up to the 20th minute of the first half, when we held a lead of seven points to two, with scores from Daithí Casey (0-4), Brian Looney (0-1), Chris Brady (0-1) and Kieran O'Leary (0-1). However, Rathmore finished off the half on top, with three points in the last five minutes without reply. The half-time score was 0-7 to 0-5 in favour of Dr. Crokes. Eoin Brosnan was not able to start, due to illness, and when Johnny Buckley went over on his ankle at the end of the first half, it appeared the gods were against us. Rathmore played the better football in the second half and reaped the rewards, putting up an additional nine points on the scoreboard. Dr. Crokes managed only two points, with another Daithí Casey free and a well-taken point from substitute Mícheál Burns. The final result fairly reflected the play on the field. Our seniors did not have their best performance last Saturday. The non-availability of Eoin Brosnan until the final ten minutes, compounded by Johnny Buckley being injured did not help our case, who had been dominating midfield in the first-half. This squad has shown great character in the past and now have another opportunity, this coming weekend, to get this year's championship back on track. Members are asked to get out and support our senior players over the weekend. We have been taken on a such a terrific trip over the past five years by this group of players. Now is our time to show real support.

SATURDAY MORNING ACADEMY: Our Saturday morning hurling & football academies continue this weekend: Hurling from 10:00am to 10:40am, followed by football 10:45am to 12 noon. Both codes are supervised by fully qualified coaches and all equipment is provided.

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 30th June - 4th July. Fitzgerald Stadium will host a hurling camp from 28th July - 1st August.

GOLF SOCIETY: Our next outing is to Beaufort on Saturday, June 14. Timesheet now open onwww.drcrokes.com.

US OPEN CHALLENGE: The second major of the year, the US Open, is on June 12th -15th. Again, by popular demand, we are hosting another challenge. Cards are now available from usual sources.

AWARDS NIGHT: 'Pig on a Spit' at 8pm sharp in the INEC on Sat. 7th June. The various awards for the year 2013 will be presented on the night. Tickets are €20 and are on sale now.

CLOTHES BANK: There is a clothes bank now permanently located at the rear of the clubhouse. Any old clothes, no longer required, can be deposited in bags at all times. As well as providing valuable funding to our juvenile section, proceeds from the bank also go towards the ISPCC.




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