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Notes: February 2015 2015-02-02 09:47:00

23/02/2015 

LOTTO: Draw took place in the Tatler Jack on Sunday last. Numbers drawn: 1, 8, 10, 14. There was no winner of the jackpot of €3,300. Match 3, 10 players each received €40. Next week's jackpot is €3,600. Draw will take place in the Jack C's on Sunday, 1st March 2015.

DATES FOR YOUR DIARY: Strictly Come Dancing, Thursday 5th March 2015 - Club Social, Monday 16th March 2015.

EKSL: Dr Crokes 0-12, Currow 0-6. Played in driving rain at Lewis Rd on Sunday 22 February,both teams still served up a competitive,entertaining game. Crokes raced into an early five point lead, within the first ten minutes,thanks to good scores from play by Tony Brosnan,Brian Looney and Mike Milner,adding to pointed frees from Chris Brady and Brosnan. However the home side then failed to score for the next thirty minutes,allowing Currow to close the gap to just one point at halftime, thanks to three fine pointed frees and one from play.Things could have been worse for Crokes with Currow turning down an easy point chance, but just grazing the post with the resultant goal effort in the 25th minute after turning over Crokes possession. Currow did draw level in the 4th minute of the second half but Gavin O'Shea restored Crokes advantage five minutes later,after a good burst up-field by young Aaron Murphy. Both sides then registered points from frees before Crokes pulled away thanks to two points,including a fine 45, from Brian Looney,a pointed free from Tony Brosnan and a good point from play from centre-back Alan O'Sullivan. With Currow pressing for a late consolation goal,Crokes broke upfield through Andrew Kenneally who fed Brian Looney to finish the scoring 0-12 to 0-6 for the home side.

MINOR CO. LEAGUE - DIV. 1: Kerins O'Rahilly 2-11, Dr Crokes 1-7. Dr Crokes Minors started their league campaign with a disappointing defeat away to Kerins O'Rahillys on Saturday 21 February. Despite creating plenty of opportunities, David Shaw in the second minute and Billy Courtney in the twentieth, pointed Crokes only scores of the first half and after a fine Tony Clifford save in the 9th minute, Rahillys eventually goaled in the 13th and lead at halftime 1-3 to 0-2.Jack Griffin had been introduced into Crokes attack just before halftime, immediately adding impetus and almost raised a green flag within a minute of coming on. Rahillys added two further points in the first three minutes of the second half to pull further ahead before points from Paul Clarke and Griffin narrowed the gap. Substitute Michael Potts goaled for Crokes and further points from Adam O'Shea and Shaw brought it back to a one score game but Rahillys added 1-01 in the final moments to deservedly emerge as victors on the day.

REGISTRATION: Membership fees are now due and must be paid before 31 Mar 2015 for all members. Players must have paid membership before being considered for Club teams. There is a variety of rates to suit all: Adult Player €55; Student/Unemployed €40; O.A.P. €20; Adult member €35 (Couple €60); Clear Air Boys Supporters Club €100; Non-Playing Student €25; Juveniles €20. Membership can be paid to Registrar Frances O'Sullivan or Assistant Registrar, Brendan Harnett at the earliest opportunity.

LADIES FOOTBALL: Training for our U12 Girls(Born 2003/2004/2005) commences on 3 March at 5pm. Please spread the word and any girls that want to start playing with their friends or want to rejoin the playing ranks are always welcome. Training for the U14 Girls(Born 2001/2002) starts the previous evening , Monday 2nd March,6.30-7.45pm and again we are always welcome to new members or those seeking to take up the sport again.Good fun and healthy activity guaranteed for all.

STRICTLY COME DANCING: Tickets for the big night on 5th March, priced â‚¬15 Adults & €5 for Under 16s,are now on sale from the participants,the INEC Box Office and from the organising committee of Matt O'Neill, Ger O'Shea, Terry Potts and Vince Casey. Entrance ticket will also serve as a voting voucher for your favorite dance couple as you enter the show. Tickets will also be on sale at the Clubhouse,10:30-11:30 on Saturday 28th. We want to fill the INEC on the night to support the dancers who have made a huge effort since the New Year on behalf of the club so get your tickets early. All Crokes supporters must come along and support their favorite couple(s) and a wonderful family night of entertainment is promised, all the time raising much needed club funds and supporting the Brosnan family in their hour of need. Special family tickets(2 Adults and 2 Children) available from Vince (087-2461599). The Hurling Section are promoting a Golden Goal competition in conjunction with the Kerry V Dublin NFL game in the Fitzgerald Stadium this Sunday 1 March, in support of their Strictly Come Dancing representatives. Please support. Scor/ Juveniles/ Ladies are also running a Cake sale this Saturday in the Clubhouse, so taste their wares and make a small contribution to much needed club funds. See DRCROKES.COM for latest updates.

CHANGE OF PLANS - JUVENILE ACADEMY: As Dr Crokes are now hosting the Corn Ui Mhuiri final on Saturday 28 February, the first Juvenile Academy day of the new season has now been put back a week until 7 March 2015 and the new date will also serve as a registration day for all existing and new members. For some of the girls and boys it will be their first time pulling on a pair of boots or taking to the pitch. Some will be sampling our facilities for the first time, while others will be following in the footsteps of their parents, grandparents, uncles and aunts or older brothers and sisters. All will enjoy the fun and games provided by qualified coaches in a safe environment. The first Saturday morning of our academy is a special day in the Club calender and we would ask all members and those wishing to join,young and old, to come along on the day to share the facilities the Dr Crokes Club has to offer to the families of Killarney. Why not arrange to bring a neighbour, relative or friend along on the day as we are always open to new members. Any parent whose children are playing with the club are also most welcome to become official members of the Dr, Crokes Club. Again please note the change of date for the Academy commencement, now on 7th March 2015. Should be some day so watch Dr Crokes social media for further details.

HURLING: Dr. Crokes GAA Club are a true dual GAA club and we are currently seeking new members, both adult and underage, living in the greater Killarney area, to join our hurling section. We have a vibrant underage coaching structure catering for boys and girls from six years old and upwards. Coaching and training is on Saturday mornings and parents are assured that their children will be looked after is a safe, friendly, healthy and welcoming environment. Visit DRCROKES.COM, Coiste na nOg section for more information. We are also seeking adult hurlers coming to, or living in, the Killarney area, either locals or from another county and who may be looking for a great club to join. Our Senior team competes in the County Hurling League and the Kerry County Intermediate Hurling Championship. We were beaten county finalists in 2014 and it is our hope to go one better in 2015. Like our football section, we welcome all levels of ability and you will find a genuinely warm welcome, make new friends and feel proud you are a member of Dr Crokes. Contact us at secretary.drcrokes.kerry@gaa.ie.

SCÓR: Congratulations to our young members who took part in the East Kerry Finals of Scor na bPaisti on Friday 20th February in Fossa. A wonderful night was had by all participants and they truly did our club proud. We came away with 1st Prize in Set Dancing, 3rd Prize in Recitation, Quiz and Sean Nos Dancing. Many thanks to the coaches in all disciplines to whom the club is very grateful. It was wonderful to have so many supporters for the cultural side of the club on the night. Looking forward to our set dancers travelling to Foilmore to compete in the next leg of the competition.

OFF THE BOOZE...ON THE BALL: Dr Crokes have registered for the GAA's health challenge, Off the Booze. . .On the Ball. A number of  members have volunteered to abstain from alcohol for 4 weeks in February and to focus on their health and well-being - all the while raising funds for the club in a fun and healthy way. For further details see gaa.ie/thechallenge or DRCROKES.COM

CLUB DEVELOPMENT: There was a fantastic response from members to assist with the installation of the the seats into the stand and top field terrace on Saturday last, 21st February. Again this support shows what can be achieved when come together for the greater good of the club.

CONGRATULATIONS: Best wishes to Eddie and Bridie O'Sullivan who celebrate their 50th Wedding Anniversary this coming weekend.


16/02/2015 

LOTTO: Draw took place in the Tatler Jack on Sunday last. Numbers drawn: 4, 9, 11, 12. There was no winner of the jackpot of €3,000. Match 3, 9 players each received €45. Next week's jackpot is €3,300. Draw will take place in the Tatler Jack on Sunday, 22nd February 2015.

DATES FOR YOUR DIARY: Strictly Come Dancing, Thursday 5th March 2015 - Club Social, Monday 16th March 2015.

EKSL VS. LISTRY: The Senior Football squad started their competitive season with two East Kerry Senior League fixtures in 48 hours, both under lights at Lewis Rd. On Wednesday, 11th February 2015, Listry were the visitors and a strong Crokes selection recorded a 2-13 to 0-05 victory to open their 2015 campaign, the goals coming courtesy of Brian Looney and Andrew Kenneally.

EKSL VS. CORDAL: On Friday 13th, Cordal were defeated 4-19 to 0-05. This time the goals were supplied by Jamie Doolan, Chris Brady (2) and Mike Milner. Chris set up Jamie to raise the first green flag of the evening, then added a brace himself, the first after good approach work by Brian Looney, the second from the spot after Cian O'Neill was fouled. Mike Milner finished to the roof of the net in adding a fourth Crokes goal. Chris Brady finished the game with a superb 2-10 and it was good to see Alan Kelly back between the sticks, adding further competition for the Crokes number one jersey. 

U21 EK DIV. 1 C'SHIP: The U21's played their previously postponed East Kerry Div 1 Championship game away to Rathmore on Sunday 15th February at midday but will have to do it all again as the game finished Rathmore 4-09, Dr Crokes 1-18, after extra time.

MINOR CO. LEAGUE: The Minors start their County League fixtures with a game away to Kerins O'Rahillys at 4pm on Saturday 21 February.

SENIOR LADIES VS. FINUGE: The Senior Ladies also had their first outing of the season away to Finuge on Sunday 15th February. They went down 4-09 to 2-07 despite a strong second half showing. Down 15 points at halftime having played into a strong wind, they outscored their opponents by 7 points with the elements but still came up short on account of not taking a number of chances created.

STRICTLY COME DANCING: Tickets for the big night on 5th March, priced â‚¬15 Adults & €5 for Under 16s,are now on sale from the participants,the INEC Box Office and from the organising committee of Matt O'Neill, Ger O'Shea, Terry Potts and Vince Casey. Entrance ticket will also serve as a voting voucher for your favorite dance couple as you enter the show. Tickets will also be on sale at the Clubhouse,10:30-11:30 on both Saturday 21st and Saturday 28th. We want to fill the INEC on the night to support the dancers who have made a huge effort since the New Year on behalf of the club so get your tickets early. All Crokes supporters must come along and support their favorite couple(s) and a wonderful family night of entertainment is promised, all the time raising much needed club funds and supporting the Brosnan family in their hour of need. Special family tickets(2 Adults and 2 Children) available from Vince (087-2461599). See DRCROKES.COM for latest updates.

CHANGE OF PLANS - JUVENILE ACADEMY: As Dr Crokes are now hosting the Corn Ui Mhuiri final on Saturday 28 February, the first Juvenile Academy day of the new season has now been put back a week until 7 March 2015 and the new date will also serve as a registration day for all existing and new members. For some of the girls and boys it will be their first time pulling on a pair of boots or taking to the pitch. Some will be sampling our facilities for the first time, while others will be following in the footsteps of their parents, grandparents, uncles and aunts or older brothers and sisters. All will enjoy the fun and games provided by qualified coaches in a safe environment. The first Saturday morning of our academy is a special day in the Club calender and we would ask all members and those wishing to join,young and old, to come along on the day to share the facilities the Dr Crokes Club has to offer to the families of Killarney. Why not arrange to bring a neighbour, relative or friend along on the day as we are always open to new members. Any parent whose children are playing with the club are also most welcome to become official members of the Dr, Crokes Club. Again please note the change of date for the Academy commencement, now on 7th March 2015. Should be some day so watch Dr Crokes social media for further details.

HURLING: Dr. Crokes GAA Club are a true dual GAA club and we are currently seeking new members, both adult and underage, living in the greater Killarney area, to join our hurling section. We have a vibrant underage coaching structure catering for boys and girls from six years old and upwards. Coaching and training is on Saturday mornings and parents are assured that their children will be looked after is a safe, friendly, healthy and welcoming environment. Visit DRCROKES.COM, Coiste na nOg section for more information. We are also seeking adult hurlers coming to, or living in, the Killarney area, either locals or from another county and who may be looking for a great club to join. Our Senior team competes in the County Hurling League and the Kerry County Intermediate Hurling Championship. We were beaten county finalists in 2014 and it is our hope to go one better in 2015. Like our football section, we welcome all levels of ability and you will find a genuinely warm welcome, make new friends and feel proud you are a member of Dr Crokes. Contact us at secretary.drcrokes.kerry@gaa.ie.

SCOR: Best wishes to our Senior Quiz Team who travel to Brosna on Saturday 21 February to compete in the County Final of Scor Sinsear. Also best of luck to our young members who will be competing in the East Kerry Final of Scor na bPaisti in Fossa Community Centre on Friday 20 February, starting at 4pm. Again a big thank you to the parents, children, mentors and Scor Committee for their commitment to the cultural side of the club. Any queries regarding Scor competitions contact Teresa 086-3487671.

OFF THE BOOZE...ON THE BALL: Dr Crokes have registered for the GAA's health challenge, Off the Booze. . .On the Ball. A number of  members have volunteered to abstain from alcohol for 4 weeks in February and to focus on their health and well-being - all the while raising funds for the club in a fun and healthy way. For further details see gaa.ie/thechallenge or DRCROKES.COM

CLUB DEVELOPMENT: There was a fantastic response from members to assist with the installation of the the seats into the stand on Saturday 14 February. The work is now nearing completion and adds a wonderful further dimension to our facilities. Again this support shows what can be achieved when come together for the greater good of the club.

CONGRATULATIONS: Best wishes to Johnny Buckley and Annie McMonagle on their recent engagement and congratulations to both Brosna and Ardfert on their All Ireland Club successes at Croke Park.


09/02/2015 

LOTTO: Draw took place in the Speakeasy on Sunday last. Numbers drawn: 8, 12, 15, 18. There was one winner of the jackpot of €5,100, Paddy O'Connor, Old Woodlawn. Next week's jackpot is €3,000. Draw will take place in the Tatler Jack on Sunday, 15th February 2015.

SYMPATHIES: The Dr. Crokes Club extends its sympathies to the family, relatives and friends of the late Donal O'Callaghan, Failte Hotel, Killarney. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam dílis.

MATCH FIXTURES: Senior Team start their competitive season with two East Kerry Senior League fixtures. Both games at Lewis Rd, first up Listry on Wednesday 11 Feb 2015 at 7.45pm, followed by Cordal at 8.00pm Friday 13 Feb 2015. Also the U21s play their previously postponed East Kerry Div 1 Championship game away to Rathmore on Sunday 15 March at midday.

DATES FOR YOUR DIARY: Strictly Come Dancing, Thursday 5th March 2015 - Club Social, Monday 16th March 2015.

STRICTLY COME DANCING: There is a real buzz developing as the big night on 5th March approaches. The dancers are training hard and the production meetings are ongoing. A brilliant nights entertainment is guaranteed with additional musical performances also on the bill. Tickets priced â‚¬15 Adults & €5 for Under 16s,will be available from 14 Feb 2015 from the participants,the INEC Box Office and from the organising committee of Matt O'Neill, Ger O'Shea, Terry Potts and Vince Casey. Special family tickets(2 Adults and 2 Children) available from Vince (087-2461599), orders taken in advance. Entrance ticket will also serve as a voting voucher for your favorite dance couple as you enter the show. See DRCROKES.COM for latest updates. Also thanks to those who organised, assisted and supported both the Race Night on Friday 6 Feb 2015 and the Annual Church Gate Collection on the weekend of the 7/8 Feb 2015. All these fundraisers are vital to the clubs finances which service our considerable expenditure in fielding all teams, from Juvenile to Senior,so support in any way you can.

JUVENILE ACADEMY: The Clubhouse will be an absolute hive of activity on Saturday 28 Feb 2015. This is the first Juvenile Academy day of the new season and will also serve as a registration day for all existing and new members. For some of the girls and boys it will be their first time pulling on a pair of boots or taking to the pitch. Some will be sampling our facilities for the first time, while others will be following in the footsteps of their parents, grandparents, uncles and aunts or older brothers and sisters. All will enjoy the fun and games provided by qualified coaches in a safe environment. The first Saturday morning of our academy is a special day in the Club calender and we would ask all members and those wishing to join,young and old, to come along on the day to share the facilities the Dr Crokes Club has to offer to the families of Killarney. Why not arrange to bring a neighbour, relative or friend along on the day as we are always open to new members. Any parent whose children are playing with the club are also most welcome to become official members of the Dr, Crokes Club. Should be some day so watch Dr Crokes social media for further details.

HURLING: Dr. Crokes GAA Club are a true dual GAA club and we are currently seeking new members, both adult and underage, living in the greater Killarney area, to join our hurling section. We have a vibrant underage coaching structure catering for boys and girls from six years old and upwards. Coaching and training is on Saturday mornings and parents are assured that their children will be looked after is a safe, friendly, healthy and welcoming environment. Visit DRCROKES.COM, Coiste na nOg section for more information. We are also seeking adult hurlers coming to, or living in, the Killarney area, either locals or from another county and who may be looking for a great club to join. Our Senior team competes in the County Hurling League and the Kerry County Intermediate Hurling Championship. We were beaten county finalists in 2014 and it is our hope to go one better in 2015. Like our football section, we welcome all levels of ability and you will find a genuinely warm welcome, make new friends and feel proud you are a member of Dr Crokes. Contact us at secretary.drcrokes.kerry@gaa.ie

SCÓR: Any queries regarding Scor competitions contact Teresa 086-3487671.

OFF THE BOOZE...ON THE BALL: Dr Crokes have registered for the GAA's health challenge, Off the Booze. . .On the Ball. A number of  members have volunteered to abstain from alcohol for 4 weeks in February and to focus on their health and well-being - all the while raising funds for the club in a fun and healthy way. For further details see gaa.ie/thechallenge

SCHOOLS: Unfortunately in the Corn Ui Mhuiri semi final played in Mallow on Saturday 7 Feb 2015,  St Brendans went down to St Francis College Rochestown on a 1-10 to 1-9 scoreline, having lead for much of the game,despite having lost key players to injury both before and during the game.Hard luck to the large Crokes contingent involved.

CLUB DEVELOPMENT: The first of the seats have been installed in the stand and anyone who can lend assistance to the further installations can do so by contacting Der Brosnan.

GAA CONGRESS: The 2015 GAA Annual Congress will take place in the Slieve Russell Hotel, Co. Cavan this month on 27th and 28th of February. Uachtarán Liam Ó Neill will hand over the reigns to Uachtaráin-Tofa Aogán Ó Fearghail, who will become the first Cavan man to take up this position. The event will see Ard Stiúrthóir Páraic Duffy present his annual report to Congress, while delegates will also be presented with the 2014 GAA financial results. The GAA National club draw will also take place on the Friday of Congress weekend.

For all the latest news, photos and videos, visit our website, www.drcrokes.com as well as our Facebook page & Twitter Accounts. Any items for inclusion in Club Notes or on our social media outlets, email to crokesclubhouse@gmail.com or contact P.R.O. at 085-8426667. Please note deadline for inclusion in Club Notes is 9pm Sundays, unless previously arranged with P.R.O.


02/02/2015 

LOTTO: Draw took place in the Sportsmans Bar on Sunday last. Numbers drawn: 6, 9, 11, 22. The jackpot of €4800 was not won. Match 3, 11 players each received €40. Next week's jackpot is €5,100. Draw will take place in the Speakeasy on Sunday, 8th February 2015.

SYMPATHIES: The Dr.Crokes Club extends its sympathies to the family, relatives and friends of the late Pat O'Mahony. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam dílis.

EK U21 DIV 1 C'SHIP 2015: The scheduled game away to Rathmore on 1 Feb 2015 was called off shortly before the scheduled throw-in,due to a frozen pitch

DATES FOR YOUR DIARY: Race Night, Scotts Hotel, Friday 6th February 2015 -  Strictly Come Dancing, Thursday 5th March 2015 

STRICTLY COME DANCING: On Thursday, 5th March 2015 Dr.Crokes go Strictly Come Dancing in the INEC, Killarney. The Senior Adult Teams are hosting a Race Night in Scotts Hotel at 8.30 sharp on Friday 6 February 2015 to support the efforts of their representative dancers, Aine McMahon, Maurice O'Donoghue, Katie Hickey and Colm Foley. Their making the effort on behalf of the club, now its your turn.

JUVENILE SALE OF WORK/CAKE SALE: The Ladies and Juvenile Sections are hosting a Sale of Work / Cake Sale in the Clubhouse  in support of their dancers, Helen Fitzgerald, Johnny McGuire, Mary Brosnan and Brian O'Callaghan. If you are spring cleaning don't throw anything out just yet! We will arrange collection/ delivery of any items such as books, clothes, DVDs, old Crokes gear, old football boots etc. What is not sold can be donated as appropriate afterwards.Watch Dr Crokes social media for further details Thanks to those who organised, assisted and supported the Quiz Night and Golden Goal promotions. The winning time of the Golden Goal was 23:30. Claims to Vincent Casey or to drcrokesgaa@gmail.com

All these fundraisers are vital to the clubs finances which service our considerable expenditure in fielding all teams, from Juvenile to Senior,so support in any way you can. Contact P.R.O. at 085-8426667 if you can lend your assistance to all or any of the social fundraising events.

HURLING: Dr Crokes GAA Club are a true dual GAA club and we are currently seeking new members, both adult and underage, living in the greater Killarney area, to join our hurling section. We have a vibrant underage coaching structure catering for boys and girls from six years old and upwards. Coaching and training is on Saturday mornings and parents are assured that their children will be looked after is a safe, friendly, healthy and welcoming environment. Visit DRCROKES.COM, Coiste na nOg section for more information. We are also seeking adult hurlers coming to, or living in, the Killarney area, either locals or from another county and who may be looking for a great club to join. Our Senior team competes in the County Hurling League and the Kerry County Intermediate Hurling Championship. We were beaten county finalists in 2014 and it is our hope to go one better in 2015. Like our football section, we welcome all levels of ability and you will find a genuinely warm welcome, make new friends and feel proud you are a member of Dr. Crokes. Contact us at secretary.drcrokes.kerry@gaa.ie

SCÓR: The club is delighted with the response we have received for Scor na bPaisti. Thanks to all the parents for showing such great interest and encouraging their children to partake in the cultural side of Dr. Crokes. A big thank you to all the mentors and the Scor committee for your unwavering assistance. Best of luck to everyone in the upcoming competitions. Any queries regarding Scor competitions contact Teresa 086-3487671.

OFF THE BOOZE AND ON THE BALL: Dr. Crokes have registered for the GAAs health challenge, Off the Booze and On the Ball. A number of  members have volunteered to abstain from alcohol for 4 weeks in February and to focus on their health and well-being - all the while raising funds for the club in a fun and healthy way. There will be an online sponsorship option, linked to our social media and website throughout the month of February. For further details see gaa.ie/thechallenge

CONGRATULATIONS: "A rose by any other name would smell as sweet"- Congratulations to Gemma Kavanagh and John Cronin on their recent engagement. Also congratulations to Club Supporter of the Year, Sheila Daly and Sean McAllister on their recent marriage.

CLUB DEVELOPMENT: Thanks to all the members who gave of their time both at Pairc Ui Chaoimh and Lewis Rd on Saturday 31 January as we seek to yet again improve our facilities. Shows what can be achieved when we all push in the same direction.

For all the latest news, photos and videos, visit our website, www.drcrokes.com as well as our Facebook page & Twitter Accounts. Any items for inclusion in Club Notes or on our social media outlets, email to crokesclubhouse@gmail.com or contact P.R.O. at 085-8426667. Please note deadline for inclusion in Club Notes is 9pm Sundays, unless previously arranged with P.R.O.




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