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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.

EVENTS CALENDAR

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Notes: October 2014 2014-10-13 07:33:00

26/10/2014 

LOTTO: Draw took place in the Tatler Jack on Sunday last. Numbers drawn: 4, 14, 15, 18. The jackpot of €10,500 was not won. Match 3, 7 received €60. Next week's jackpot is €10,800. Draw will take place in the Jack C's.

FIXTURES: O'Donoghue Cup Qtr. Final: Away vs. Rathmore, Saturday 1st Nov. 2:30pm. U21 Club Final: vs. An Ghaelteacht, Fitzgerald Stadium, Sunday 2nd Nov., 1:00pm. Please support.

RESULTS: Mnr. C'ship Final: Dr. Crokes 2-03, Dingle 1-09. Molyneaux Cup Final: Dr. Crokes 3-09, Kilcummin 0-07.

MINOR C'SHIP FINAL: The ball was thrown in with the first use of the wind coming for us. The story of the first half is easily told with all the action crammed into the final three minutes of play. Both sides swapped early points, Jordan Kiely opening our account. The next score did not come for another 18 minutes when Micheál Burns put us ahead from a free. In between, with both sides using the possession game, there were numerous turnovers, we missed a few scoreable frees and Billy Courtney's shot required a great save from the Dingle goalkeeper in the 25th minute. Suddenly the game came to life when Dingle finished to the net after an initial shot was well saved by Johnny O’Leary. On resumption, play switched to the opposite end where Micheál Burns converted a penalty after a foul on Paul Clarke. At the break it was 1-02 apiece. Dingle now had use of the wind in the second half. Chris Doncel scored one of the finest points of the day which was followed shortly after by a second penalty when Jordan Kiely set up David Naughton who was pulled to the ground in the 15th minute. Micheál Burns struck the post with his shot but Jordan Kiely was first to react, booting the rebound to the net put Dr. Crokes ahead 2-03 to 1-04. But this proved to be our last score as Dingle took control of the middle third of the field. Geaney and Flaherty pointed to level the game for Dingle with 7 minutes remaining and after pushed on to give Dingle victory. Full-time score: Dr. Crokes 2-03, Dingle 1-09.

SATURDAY MORNING ACADEMY: The Saturday Morning Academy had a brilliant finish to the year last Saturday with a fantastic party!! Coach Sarah presented the boys and girls with their medals!! Big thanks to all the U6 coaches Megan, John, Pat, Sarah, Amy and UCC girls Zoe, Amy and Leah!!! Big thank you to all the parents who generously brought treats and especially the two Annes and Deborah Ann for organising the refreshments !!!!! Great to see senior trainer Martin doing the hoovering and tidy up after an all rounder!!!

SCÓR NA nÓG: We are looking for our talented members to take part in Scor Sinsear & Scor na bPaisti (Primary Schools) early in the New Year. Anyone who would like to get involved in any way please contact Theresa Hickey on 086-3487671 or Aine McMahon on 087-2890527

CLUB MASS: a mass for deceased members will be held in the clubhouse on Wednesday, 12th November at 7:30pm.

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.

CONGRATULATIONS: to Killarney Legion's James O'Donoghue on his Footballer of the Year and All-Star 2014 Awards.

SYMPATHIES: to the family and friends of the late Con O'Connor and Eabha O'Donnell. Ar dheis Dé go raibh na hanam dílis.


20/10/2014 

LOTTO: Draw took place in the Tatler Jack on Sunday last. Numbers drawn: 5, 8, 17, 23. The jackpot of €10,200 was not won. Match 3, 14 received €30. Next week's jackpot is €10,500. Draw will take place in the Tatler Jack.

FIXTURES: Mnr. C'ship Final: vs. Dingle, Austin Stack Park, Sun. 26th Oct., 1:00pm. Molyneaux Cup Final: vs. Kilcummin, Venue TBC, Monday 27th Oct. 4:00pm Please support.

RESULTS: Snr. Club Final: Dr. Crokes 4-13, Legion 1-09.

SENIOR CLUB FINAL: Two goals within a couple of minutes of each other in the opening ten minutes of play ensured that there was going to be no repeat of the senior football championship result between Dr Crokes and Legion. Playing against the wind in the opening half, both goals were invaluable to us. We started with Johnny Buckley at full forward and after Kieran O’Leary and James O’Donoghue swapped points, O’Leary rounded his man and shot to the net in the 8th minute. Two minutes later O’Leary provided the opportunity, this time setting up Ambrose O’Donovan for a second goal. Both sides swapped points shortly after but Legion had the better of the second quarter, pointing from a brace of frees. Conor O’Loughlin pulled off a great save to leave Dr Crokes leading by two at the break, 2-02 to 0-06. Pointed frees were the order of the day in the second half. Kieran O’Leary (0-02) and Johnny Buckley had pointed frees for Crokes with James O’Donoghue replying for Legion. Gavin O'Shea was pulled down in the square and the resulting penalty was converted by Johnny Buckley. Thereafter, Legion did get a goal from another penalty when James O’Donoghue calmly slotted home following a foul on David O’Sulivan and Ambrose O’Donovan closed the scoring with a goal in the 58th minute from a Bryan O’Shea delivery. Full-time score: Dr. Crokes 4-13, Legion 1-09.

SATURDAY MORNING ACADEMY: Next Saturday morning is the last of the Saturday Morning Academy for this year. All parents are asked to bring a treat to the clubhouse next Saturday so the kids can finish the year in style a big thanks to all the coaches, helpers and parents for making the Saturday Morning Academy such a huge success!!! Also, on this Friday night, 24th October, the annual Halloween Party will take place from 6:30pm to 8:00pm with fun and games guaranteed.

SCÓR NA nÓG: The Club wish to thank our fabulous participants in EK Board Scór na nÓg (U17) last weekend as follows - Ballad Group: Oisin O'Connor, Peter O'Shea, Sarah Byrnes, Jessica Galvin & Saoirse O'Connor; Solo Singer: Fiona Galvin & Treasa O'Sullivan, who has qualified for the County Semi-Final for Recitation. Thank you also to Coaches Noreen Coffey & Margaret O'Sullivan. Our Question Time team will be taking part in the County Final in Killorglin on Sat. 22nd November. We are now also looking for our talented members to take part in Scor Sinsear & Scor na bPaisti (Primary Schools) early in the New Year. Anyone who would like to get involved in any way please contact Theresa Hickey on086-3487671 or Aine McMahon on 087-2890527

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.


13/10/2014 

LOTTO: Draw took place in the Speakeasy on Sunday last. Numbers drawn: 8, 14, 15, 16. The jackpot of €9,900 was not won. Match 3, 6 received €70. Next week's jackpot is €10,200. Draw will take place in the Tatler Jack.

FIXTURES: Snr. Club Final: vs. Legion, Fitzgerald Stadium, Sun. 19th Oct., 3:45pm. Please support.

RESULTS: U21 Cup Cup Semi-final: Dr. Crokes 2-11, Rathmore 1-09.

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. Any child living in Killarney is very welcome to come along and join in our FREE Academy. Just come to Lewis Road. Any enquiries regarding any part of our Juveniles, contact our Coaching Officer John O'Shea 087-2488768.

LECTURE: A lecture entitled 'The Centenary of An tOireachtas - Killarney 1914' in tribute to the late Paddy MacMonagle by Fr. Tom Looney will take place in Killarney Library on Tuesday, 21st October under the auspices of the Kerry Archaeological and Historical Society. The event commences at 7:30pm, entry is free and all are welcome.

SCÓR NA nÓG: Dr. Crokes Scór na nÓg is starting up again. Competitions will be commencing soon and we need to get competitors together and entries in. Those interested in taking part, please contact Teresa Hickey on 086-3487671.

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.

CONGRATULATIONS: to the Dr. Crokes footballers Fionn Fitzgerald and Johnny Buckley on being nominated for OPEL GAA-GPA All-Star Awards. Best wishes at the All-Stars Banquet on Friday, 24th October.

SYMPATHY: to the family and friends of the late Noreen Maye. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam dílis.


06/10/2014 

LOTTO: Draw took place in Jack C's on Sunday last. Numbers drawn: 7, 9, 14, 23. The jackpot of €9600 was not won. Match 3, 19 received €25. Next week's jackpot is €9900. Draw will take place in the Speakeasy.

FIXTURES: Snr. Co. Lge - Div. 5: Away vs. Asdee, Sun. 12th Oct., 2:00pm. Please support.

RESULTS: EK Mnr C'ship S/F: Dr. Crokes 4-13, Firies 1-13. Snr Ladies Co. Lge. Final: Dr. Crokes 3-12, John Mitchell's 2-03. Mnr. Co. Hurling C'ship: South Kerry 1-09, Lixnaw 3-18.

MNR CO. HURLING C'SHIP: This final took place in Abbeydorney on Saturday last where a strong South Kerry outfit met a fancied Lixnaw side who defeated the favourites, Causeway, in the opening round. This was truly a game of two halves, the second being South Kerry's undoing with a strong wind to Lixnaw's backs. South Kerry won the toss and decided to play with the wind. Lixnaw opened their account first but a free from Patrick O'Shea levelled matters. Mid-way through the half, South Kerry took control, points coming fast from the forwards. Lixnaw made a break for goal which was well-saved by Patrick McCarthy. Down the opposite end, Chris Doncel struck for goal but was denied by the keeper only for Aaron Murphy to follow in and kick to the back of the net. John Mark Foley cleaned up Lixnaw's puck-outs in centre-back for the remainder of the first half with great fielding. At half time, it was the South Kerry men who were leading the way, 1-08 to 0-06. However, early second half goals from Lixnaw, gave them a lead they were never to lose with a strong wind to their backs. They proceeded to dominate the game with a succession of points, both from frees and play, despite the best efforts of the South Kerry side. Micheál Burns made defence splitting solo runs but was unlucky not to come off with a goal. Best for South Kerry were John Mark Foley at centre back, ably assisted by Patrick O’Shea, Aaron Murphy and Shane Lyne. Full-time: South Kerry 1-09, Lixnaw 3-18. This is undoubtedly a team to watch out for in the future. The oppositions wealth of hurling during the year helped them secure victory on the day. If this South Kerry team get more training and contest more competitive games in the year, they will progress to a standard of hurling which South Kerry has never seen before. Team: Patrick McCarthy (Kilgarvan), Eoghan Browne (Dr. Crokes), David Crowley (Kenmare), Shane O’Sullivan (Kilgarvan), Shane Lyne (Dr. Crokes), John Mark Foley (Kilgarvan), Daniel O’Brien (Dr. Crokes), Jack Lenihan (Dr. Crokes), Brian O’Sullivan (Kenmare) (0-01), Michael Burns (Dr. Crokes), Patrick O’Shea (Kilgarvan) (0-07f), Chris Doncel (Dr. Crokes) Capt., Aaron Murphy (Dr. Crokes) (1-00), Fionán O’Sullivan (Kenmare) (0-01).Ciaran Kennedy (Dr. Crokes), Sub.: Flor O’Sullivan (Kilgarvan).

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. Any child living in Killarney is very welcome to come along and join in our FREE Academy. Just come to Lewis Road. Any enquiries regarding any part of our Juveniles, contact our Coaching Officer John O'Shea 087-2488768.

SCÓR NA nÓG: Dr. Crokes Scór na nÓg is starting up again. Competitions will be commencing soon and we need to get competitors together and entries in. Those interested in taking part, please contact Teresa Hickey on 086-3487671.

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.

CONGRATULATIONS: to the Dr. Crokes Ladies football team who won the Senior Ladies Co. League Final on Saturday, defeating John Mitchells 3-12 to 2-03.

SYMPATHIES: to the families, relatives and friends of the late Paddy Kerrisk, Lil MacMonagle, Jeremy O'Neill and Mick O'Sullivan. Ar dheis Dé go raibh na hanam dílis.




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