Coiste na nOg w/e June 12th

U14 Girls

Congratulations to U14 girls on winning Co. League Div. 2 Plate defeating Firies on a 5 - 08 to 2 - 05 score line. Playing a wonderful brand of football they were in control from the beginning. well done to all. Scorers: Rheanne O`Shea 3-01, Blaithin Cronin 2-04, Caoimhe Willis 0-02, Niamh O`Sullivan 0-01.

Team: Laura Maloney, Michelle Brosnan, Kelly Payne, Aileen Hurley, Karina O`Leary, Kerrie Beckett, Sophie Daly, Caoimhe Willis, Clodagh Fitzgerald, Niamh O`Sullivan, Blaithin Cronin, Sarah Egan, Rebecca Galvin, Clodagh Shannon, Rheanne O`Shea, Katie Looney, Ciara O`Shea, Megan Buckley, Megan Kiely, Sarah Brosnan.

Mentors: Catherine Keogh, Cliona Moran, Paula McElligott.

U16 training every Wed. 7.00p.m.

U-14 Football

Our U-14 team suffered their first defeat in the East Kerry League to Spa Last Wednesday night. Spa took the game to our lads from the very start and we could never get a period of dominance during the game. We kept in touch for the first 15 minutes and trailed by 4 points to 2 points. Spa then took control and increased their lead to 1-8 to 0-3 at half-time. We showed an improvement in the second half but could make no impression on the scoreboard. Despite the best efforts of Joseph Keogh who was outstanding at full-back Spa were able to add points to their score and ran out comfortable winners on a score line of 1-15 to 0-6.

Five of our players were on the East Kerry U-14 District Board team that defeated St Brendan’s 4-13 to 3-9 in the County Championship quarter final on Monday night. Alex O’Sullivan scored 3 goals, Keith O’Leary scored 1-5, Eoin Clifton was dominant in midfield and Kieran Ward was excellent at corner back. PJ Lawlor was a substitute.


East Kerry League Rd 5 V Firies at Lewis Rd on Wednesday 22 June at 7.30 pm.

District Board semi-final on Monday 20 June venue TBA.

U-12 Football

Team 1 suffered a defeat to a very strong Castleisland team last Saturday night. Castleisland led by 1-5 to 0-2 at half-time and despite the best efforts of our lads the final score was 2-14 to 1-7.

Team 2 were away to Glenbeigh/Glencar on Sunday night and scored a feast of goals in a 9-8 to 2-12 victory.


Team 1 away to Kerins O’Rahilly’s on Sunday 19 June at 7 pm.

Team 2 at home to St Senans on Sunday 19 June at 7 pm.

These fixtures may change due to the Kerry Senior game in Limerick.

U-11 Football

East Kerry League result.

Dr Crokes Team 2. 5-7, Gneeveguilla 1-4.


Both teams are at home on Wednesday 15 June.

Team 2 play Firies at 7.30 pm.

Team 1 play Spa at 8.30 pm.

U12 Fixtures Revised

Team 1

5th June              Austin Stacks   (A)                  

12th June            Desmonds         (H)                  

 19th June            K. O`Rahilly`s  (A)                    

 26th June                      Bye

 3rd. July             Kilcummin        (H)                    .

 Team 2

5th June   Churchill   (H)

12th June  Glenbeigh/Glencar (A)

19th June St. Senans  (H)

26th June Valentia/Sk. Rangers(H)

3rd July  Ballymac (A)

Coiste na Og  w/e May 29th

U-11 Football


Wednesday 1 June 7.30 pm at Lewis Rd.

Team 2 (Na Crocaigh) v Kilcummin.

Wednesday 8 June.

Na Crocaigh v Gneeveguilla away at 6.30 pm.

Team 1 (Dr Crokes) v Fossa Lewis Rd at 7.30 pm.

U-12 Football

The last game in round 1 of Group A against Kilcummin was cut short due to an injury to a Kilcummin player. The Crokes wish a speedy recovery to Gary O'Leary. Unfortunately we were trailing at the time of the stoppage.

The regrouping stage of the county league is due to commence this weekend. No fixtures were available at the time of going to print.


U-14 Football


Kilcummin at home on Wednesday 1 June at 7.30 pm.

Away to Spa on Wednesday 8 June at 7.30 pm.


 U12 Hurlers

 The final game before the semi-final stage is against Duagh, who are also unbeaten.  This promises to be a very tough match and both teams will be anxious to maintain a perfect record.


Best of luck to all our players both boys and girls who start their Junior and Leaving Cert exams next week.



 The conditions were very difficult on Friday when the Dr Crokes hurlers travelled to Killorglin, trying to keep their perfect record in this year’s county league.  The driving rain was not going to dampen these boys enthusiasm for the game and the victory.

 Alex Goggins started like a man possessed.  He followed every ball that was sent up to the forward line.  His efforts soon paid off when he grabbed the first score a rasper of a goal.  John Ivory was soon to follow when he won a goalmouth scuffle to find the back of the net.  Two goals in quick succession from Cillian Fitzgerald, who was dominant as this stage of the game, seem to put the Crokes boys in the driving seat.  However, the Killorglin boys fought back and got on top during the second quarter of the game.  A point from a free was soon followed up with a goal.  While all this scoring was going on Matthew Moynihan and Anthony Keogh (captain) were proving too much to handle in mid-field.  Senan Lavery, Jonathan Cleary and Brian Murphy were on top of their opponents.  At half-time the score stood at 4-0 to 1-1 in Crokes favour.

 Strong words during the break sent the Dr Crokes team out with fire in their bellies.  Indeed, their performance improved dramatically.  Anthony Cronin seemed to be involved in everything and took a brace of scores.  First, he crashed the sliothar to the back of the net and followed this with a cracking point.  Anthony finished off this flurry with another well taken goal.  John Ivory snatched another goal, his second for the evening.  Then Cian Ó Lionárd took a long-range point on his ciotóg.  Aodán Burns was chasing everything around the middle of the pitch to win a lot of possession for the Crokes team, which he turned into valuable ammunition for the forwards to use.  Gearóid Coughlan was a tower of strength in the back line a drove out many a Killorglin attack.

 John Ivory completed his hat-trick with another goal.  Dave O’Connor was the next to score.  He drilled a great shot past the keeper for another goal.  Graham Fleming followed with a looping ball over the keeper’s head to score another brilliant goal.  Captain, Anthony Keogh added to his tally with another goal.  Gavin O’Shea was playing well all night.  At one stage he pinned the Killorglin back line on their end-line.  When they eventually got room to take a swing at the ball, Gavin was there with a tremendous and brave block.  He found himself out on the wing at an acute angle to the goal.  However, he slotted the ball between the uprights to gain a point for the Crokes.  Lawrence Byrnes had another brilliant game and was a safe pair of hands when the ball came in his direction.  Christopher Buckley worked hard in the forwards and was unlucky not to score on a number of occasions.  If Alex Goggins started the night’s scoring, he finished it also with another great goal.  The game over and Dr Crokes banked another win with a score of 12-3 to 1-1.

 Next week these hurlers will meet Duagh, who are also unbeaten in this year’s competition.  While both teams have already qualified for the semi-finals, each will want to maintain their unbeaten record.

 Foireann: Graham Fleming, Jonathon Cleary, Senan Lavery, Cian Ó Lionárd, Lawrence Byrnes, Gearóid Coughlan, Anthony Keogh (captain), Gavin O’Shea, Aodán Burns, Dave O’Connor, John Ivory, Alex Goggins, Cillian Fitzgerald, Anthony Cronin, Christopher Buckley.


Coiste na nOg  w/e May 22nd


The trip to Kilgarvan was always going to be a defining game for this Dr Crokes under 12 team.  Kilgarvan would be looking for revenge for their defeat in the Division 4 final last year.  That game went to two periods of extra time to decide the outcome.  However, this time Kilgarvan had the home advantage.  A big question was posed to these young hurlers.

 Dr Crokes had most of the opening play.  The sliothar hit the upright and skimmed just wide on a number of accessions.  Would these near misses be regretted later on?  At last, Aodán Burns slotted over a well-taken point.  But, a lapse in concentration let the Kilgarvan forwards through unchallenged and they took full advantage to score a goal.  Cillian Fitzgerald pounced on a loose ball and hit it goalwards, beat the goalkeeper only to see it rebound off the upright.  Aodán Burns banged over another point to reduce the Crokes deficit to one point.  Kilgarvan scored a point of their own and really put it up to the Crokes boys. Then a free was awarded out on the left wing, just inside the halfway line.  Aodán Burns set himself up to take a pot for another point.  However, Anthony Keogh, captain and man of the match, found space in front of goal and about twenty yards out.  He called for the ball and Aodán quickly snapped the ball to him.  He grabbed the ball turned and sent a torpedo that found the back of the Kilgarvan net.  Crokes were ahead for the first time by the narrowest margin 1-2 to 1-1 and the half-time whistle went.  Senan Lavery, Paul Clifford and Cian Ó Lionárd were stalwarts in the Crokes defence, while up front, Niall O’Riordan, Anthony Cronin and Gavin O’Shea were playing well.

 Crokes knew that they would have to play better in the second half if they were to continued undefeated in this year’s county league.  Both teams started well and played some great hurling, although, the scores just would not come.  Then Gavin O’Shea, who has been a regular on the score sheet opened the second half scoring with a cracking goal.  Anthony Cronin blasted a point over in real style.  Meanwhile, Graham Fleming was having a stormer in goal.  He cleared several shots on goal and his puck-outs gained great distance for the Crokes.  Cillian Fitzgerald completed the day’s scoring with another well-taken point.  Lawrence Byrnes, as usual, scooped up everything that came his way and drove back down the field.  He pulled a lot of ball out of the air and shows great potential.  Brian Murphy was a revelation on the night and cleared a lot dangerous Kilgarvan attacks.  He was ably assisted by Matthew Moynihan.  Up front Alex Goggins, John Ivory, Chris Buckley and Dave O’Connor played some stylish hurling.Foireann: Graham Fleming, Senan Lavery, Paul Clifford, Cian Ó Lionárd, Lawrence Byrnes, Matthew Moynihan, Anthony Keogh, Aodán Burns, Gavin O’Shea, Niall O’Riordan, Anthony Cronin, Cillian Fitzgerald, John Ivory, Dave O’Connor, Brian Murphy, Alex Goggins, Christopher Buckley.


Our u-12 girls had their first outing on Sunday last at the county blitz in
rahillys pitch in Tralee.Winning their three group games well, against
Kilcummin,Abbeydorney and Firies they played Duagh in the semi-final.With
all the team and subs playing well, they comfortly beat Duagh, 4-4 to 5
points. This win set them up to meet Na Gaeil in the final. Given a ten
minute break the girls were ready for battle again. This was the toughest
game of the day.Starting in goal with Laura Moloney pulling off those great
saves that we are used to seeing now,the full back line of Anna Kerrisk,
Emma Cronin and Lauren o Sullivan providing a solid defence as they had
through the day. The half backs,Aisling Brennan and Trisha Murphy clearing
every ball and centre-back Karena oLeary playing her captain role to the
full as she fought for and won every ball that came her way.The midfield
pairing of Megan Buckley and Rheanne o Shea were a joy to watch as they
powered their way up-field,some fine passing moves between them. The
half-forward line of Arianne kennedy,Amy Donovan and Ellen Buckley worked
great together and gave great ball into the full-forward line.There we had
two fiery red-heads,Chloe Doherty and Jessica Edwards, constantly on the go,
fighting tooth and nail for everything with Shannen Doherty playing well in
the corner. All the subs when brought on, played great.Subs: Laura
Kelly,Valerie Ashe,Cathy Kissane,Zoe oSullivan,Tara oShea,and Samantha
Marcus. Leading by a point at half-time we held on to win the game 1-3 to 3
points. It was a great end to the day when Karena o Leary (captain) accepted
the plaque on behalf of her team. Well done to trainer Paula mcElligott and
the girls.

Team: L.Moloney, V.Ashe,A.Kerrisk, E.Cronin, A.Brennan, K.O`Leary(Capt)  T.Murphy, R. O`Shea,M.Bckley, A.Kennedy, A. Donovan, E. Buckley, C. Doherty, S. Doherty, J. Edwards, L. Kelly, C. Kissane, Z. O`Sullivan, T. O`Shea, S.Marcus.

 U-14 girls team are playing Southern Gaels this weekend. Contact Paula for details.

U-14 Football

East Kerry League Rd 1

Dr Crokes 4-11, Rathmore 2-13.
The U-14 team had a tremendous win over Rathmore in Rd 1 of the East Kerry league played at Lewis Rd. The Crokes led at half-time on a score of 3-6 to 0-8. Rathmore applied the pressure in the second-half in a bid to gain the win but the Crokes were in a determined mood on the night. Every member of the team played his part in the victory.

East Kerry League Rd 2

Dr Crokes 5-9, Currow 2-7.
The team continued on their winning way with a fine win away to Currow on Monday night. The ability to score goals again proved decisive and after some great football we led by 4-3 to 0-5 at half-time. The lads had to withstand a spirited fightback by Currow in the second half but again they stood firm. James Barry was again outstanding in goal and Chris Brady had a tremendous game.
Fixture Rd 3 v Kilcummin at home on Wednesday 01 June at 7.30pm.

U-12 Football

Rd 4 County League
Dr Crokes 3-5, Kerins O'Rahilly's 4-2.
The U-12 team 1 maintained their unbeaten run by playing out a draw with Kerins O'Rahilly's. The goals on the night were scored by Derek Maye, Anthony Cronin and Will Horan.
Team 2 also ended level with Firies in their Rd 4 game.

 U-12 Hurlers

This Friday, the Crokes hurlers travel to Killorglin hoping to continue their winning ways.


Coiste na nOg  w/e May 15th


U-12 Football

Both Rd 4 games sheduled for last Sunday will now be played at Lewis Rd this Wednesday 18 May. Team 1 play Kerins O'Rahilly's at 7.30pm. Team 2 play Firies at 6.30pm.
Rd 5 fixtures.
Team 1 away to Kilcummin Tuesday 25 May at
Team 2 away to Fossa Sunday 22 May at

U -14 Football

East Kerry League.
Rd 1 at home to Rathmore on Wednesday 18 May at 7.30pm.
Rd 2 away to Legion on Wednesday 25 May at 7.30pm.

U-16 Football

The county league will start on Monday 27 June.
Best of luck to all the lads who are sitting their Junior Cert exams.


 Dr. Crokes v Rathmore (played May 13th)

A third victory on the run and the Crokes boys are showing great form in the county league.  The opposition last week was Rathmore.  Crokes got off to a slow start.  However, a well-taken point by Cian Ó Lionárd, started an avalanche of scores.  Cillian Fitzgerald pounced on an accurate pass from Gavin O’Shea to slot the ball to the back of the Rathmore goal.  Dave O’Connor and Gavin O’Shea swung on a loose ball and hit the ball at the same time to rattle the net for a second time.  Next on the score-sheet was Aodán Burns, who added another goal to the Crokes tally.  In the closing minutes of the first half, Dave O’Connor hammered home another goal, which was followed by a long-range strike from Cian Ó Lionárd that dipped over the Rathmore goalkeeper’s head to end up in the back of the net.  This gave Crokes a total of five goals and one point and Rathmore were kept scoreless due to sterling work in the backs by Paul Clifford, who is improving with every match and Jonathan Cleary, who played his best hurling on the night. 

Rathmore came out strong in the second half and got a quick goal.  This sparked the Crokes team back into action.  It was not long before Anthony Cronin blasted the sliothar high over the bar for a point and followed up with a goal.  Gavin O’Shea was in scoring form and grabbed another goal.  Crokes scored a brace of points in quick succession, two by Aodán Burns and one by Anthony Keogh.  Rathmore got a point themselves before Graham Fleming finished the scoring with a goal.  The final score was 8-5 to 1-1 in Crokes favour.  Matthew Moynihan played well in mid-field and as usual, Lawerence Byrnes and Kieran O’Donnell had good games in the backs.

This Saturday we meet Kilgarvan away.  This will be the toughest opposition that the Crokes boys will meet this year.  They will be out to avenge their defeat in last year’s final.  It will take top performance from the full panel to keep this year’s unbeaten run intact.


COISTE na nOG w/e May 9th

U-12 Football

The U-12 team 1 travelled to Listowel on Monday night to play Emmets. A great first half performance saw the Crokes leading at half-time by 4-8 to 1-2. The Crokes opened the scoring in the 3rd minute with a point from Michael Quirke and this was followed by a goal from Bryan O'Shea.Listowel were getting back into the game but the Crokes lads responded with goals from Will Horan (2) and Michael Quirke. The Crokes continued to dominate in the second half and finished comfortable winners on a score of 6-12 to 2-3.
Team 2 have a home fixture to Ballyheigue on Wednesday night.
Rd 4 Fixtures on Sunday 15 May at
Team 1 v Kerins O'Rahilly's at Lewis Rd.
Team 2 v Firies at Lewis Rd.



U-14 Football

Please note that training will now take place on Monday evenings starting at




The under 12 hurlers put in another excellent display of hurling in their second game of the county league.  The outcome was another decisive victory, this time against Crotta O’Neills and the margin 8-4 to 0-1.

First on the score-sheet was Aodán Burns who banged over an excellent point from out the field.  Crotta came back to level scores with a well-taken 65.  After that it was all Dr Crokes.  Aodán Burns rattled the net with a goal, which was followed by a marvellous goal by Niall O’Riordan, who played an excellent game.  Anthony Cronin pulled off a cheeky goal sending in a daisy-cutter, which rattled the side netting just inside the post.  Though playing against a strong breeze, the Crokes boys were in charge.  The backs were on top throughout, with Senan Lavery, Cian Ó Lionárd and Kieran O’Donnell keeping their opposite numbers under wraps.  Paul Clifford played some of his best hurling throughout this game.  Captain, Anthony Keogh and Brian O’Shea were in command at mid-field.  The first half was wrapped up, with a fantastic goal by hard-working Cillian Fitzgerald.

The second half was as fruitful as the first, with the Dr Cokes boys on top all over the pitch.  Anthony Cronin was first off the mark with another well taken goal.  This was followed by a goal from Cillian Fitzgerald, who worked hard all night.  Aodán Burns was back on the scoreboard with another point from midfield.  Lawrence Byrnes received an injury at this stage of the game and had to come off, having put in a “man of the match” performance.  In the back line Jonathan Cleary and Alex Goggins were dominant and kept their opponents under wraps.  Brian Murphy was playing skilful hurling in the forward line.  Dave O’Connor, playing in the backs made a journey forward and was rewarded by a great goal. A front-line combination of Gavin O’Shea and John Ivory worked very well together and picked up where they left off in the last game against Austin Stacks.  However, this time their hard work paid off.  First, Gavin made the score of the night.  Pushing out to the sideline he won a battle for the ball, sidestepped his marker a slotted a sweet ball from an acute angle over the bar.  John Ivory battled hard to win ball in front of goal and rattled the back of the net with a mighty shot.  In between these scores, captain Anthony Keogh, dominated in midfield, shot over a long-range point.  Matthew Moynihan in goal had a solid game and allowed nothing past his goal.  He provided a great service of ball from his puck-outs

This was another great result, which keeps Dr Crokes to the fore of the league.  Next up is a trip to Rathmore for our first away game this Friday.  The bus will leave at 6.00pm sharp.  Rathmore have had good results in their recent games and will provide another good test for the Crokes lads.  However, this group of hurlers should be confident after a great start to the season.  Training continues on Wednesday at 6 o’clock.Foireann:  Matthew Moynihan, Senan Lavery, Lawrence Byrnes, Cian Ó Lionárd, Kieran O’Donnell, Anthony Keogh (Cap), Brian O’Shea, Niall O’Riordan, Aodán Burns, Anthony Cronin, Cillian Fitzgerald, Gavin O’Shea, Dave O’Connor, Paul Clifford, Alex Goggins, Graham Fleming, Jonathan Cleary, Brian Murphy, John Ivory, Caolán O’Donoghue.

U16 Win East Kerry Championship Div 1

Dr Crokes 4-21, Rathmore 1-3.
Our U-16 team had a very easy victory over Rathmore in the East Kerry Championship final. This win completed a five in a row for the club at this grade. The result of this game was never in doubt as the Crokes were in control right from the throw-in. Despite shooting over a dozen wides in the first half the team led by 1-12 to 0-1 at half time. The highlights of the first half were provided by Johnny Buckley, Jamie Doolan, Daithi Casey and TJ Cronin who kicked some fine points. Rory Mangan stroked a 45m free over the bar with the greatest of ease. The goal in the first half was finished to the net expertly by Shane O'Neill.
The Crokes continued to dominate right through the second half with John Bartlett and Johnny Buckley dominating mid-field and Philip O'Connor gave a fine exhibition of high fielding at centre forward. The half back line of Pat Fuller, Jonathon Clarke and Donal Cronin was outstanding throughout. Michael McMahon led the full back line very well and he made a few of his meandering runs out of defence in the second half. Both Chris Egan and David "Buddy" O'Leary were calmness personified in the corner back positions. David Neeson had a quiet evenings work in goal but he maintained his concentration throughout.
The highlight of the evening came with the introduction of Steven Brosnan. After completing a vigorous warm up routine he informed the selectors that he was ready to enter the game. Yes, he blessed himself before entering the game and he got a tremendous ovation from the crowd. Nobody could have foreseen what was to happen in the next 5 minutes. Steven cracked a rasper of a penalty of the crossbar with the Rathmore keeper gone the wrong way, he coolly slotted over a 21m free and as the game drew to a close he smashed the ball into the Rathmore net for the final score of the game.
Marie Falvey vice-chairperson of Coiste na nOg East Kerry presented the Cup to the team captain Jamie Doolan.
Well done to all concerned particularly the selectors Mike Buckley, Vincent Casey, Matthew Courtney, James Cahillane (Snr) and Der Brosnan.
Team: David Neeson, Christopher Egan, Michael McMahon, David O'Leary, Pat Fuller, Jonathan Clarke, Donal Cronin, Johnny Buckley, John Bartlett, TJ Cronin, Philip O'Connor, Daithi Casey, Shane O'Neill, Rory Mangan, Jamie Doolan (Capt).
Subs: Niall O'Connell, Timothy Dudley, Paul McSweeney, Steven Brosnan, Fionn Fitzgerald was injured and was unable to line out.


Juvenile Notes w/e May2nd


 East Kerry Semi-final :   Dr Crokes V Spa

Dr. Crokes qualified for the final of  East Kerry by defeating Spa by 3.15 - 3-6.
It was a nip and tuck in the first half but when John Bartlett and Johnny Buckley took over at mid-field Crokes were always in control. Goals by Jamie Doolan, John Bartlett, and Rory Mangan sealed the issue.
Pick of the backs were Donal Cronin and Chris Egan.  Of course our super-sub Stephen Brosnan once again scored a great point.
Final v Rathmore on Wednesday 04 May at in the Fitzgerald Stadium.

U-16 Team

We entered two teams into the U-16 7 a-side blitz which was played in Fossa and Beaufort. The team based in Beaufort emerged as outright winners. They defeated Laune Rangers in the final by 3-6 to 1-7. The winning team was J Bartlett, P McSweeney, P Fuller, D Cronin, P O'Connor, J Buckley, S O'Neill, J Doolan, K Ward.

U-12 County League

Team 1. Dr Crokes 1-12, A Stacks 2-2. Team 1 maintained a 100% record in the county league with a great victory over Stacks at Lewis Rd. The half time score was Dr Crokes 1-5 A Stacks 1-1.
Team 2. Dr Crokes 5-4, Churchill 2-4. This was a great victory by these lads. It was a much improved performance from their first game. Every member of the team contributed to the win and they played the game at a high tempo throughout. Half-time score Dr Crokes 3-2, Churchill 0-3.
Team 1 away to Listowel on Monday 09 May at
Team 2 at home to Ballyheigue on Sunday 08 May at


Training for the U-14 team is on Thursday at

Juvenile Notes w/e April 25th

U-16 Team

East Kerry Championship semi-final versus Spa will take place in Spa on Wednesday 27 April at Your support would be greatly appreciated.

U-14 Team

Dr Crokes 7-9, Dingle 2-8. Our U-14 team had another great win in the county league and just missed out on qualification for the Div 1 semi-finals. This was a great team performance and they played some fantastic football throughout. We led by 2-5 to 0-3 at half-time but were rocked by a quick goal and a point from Dingle within a minute of the restart. The team showed great character and responded with two quick goals and from then on the result was never in doubt. Alex O'Sullivan hit three goals, Keith O'Leary and Chris Brady were always a menace to Dingle and Timmy O'Donoghue led the forwards very well. The backs were outstanding once again with Sean Coppinger, Kieran Ward and Keith Buckley prominent. 
The team competed very well in Feile on Saturday but lost their three games by very narrow margins.

U-12 Results

County League Rd 1
Team 1 Dr Crokes 3-15, Laune Rangers 2-10.
Team 2 Dr Crokes 2-1, Gneeveguilla 3-8.

Fixtures Sunday 01 May at

Team 1 v Austin Stacks at Lewis Rd.
Team 2 v Churchill away.


Juvenile Notes w/e April 18th

U-16 East Kerry League

Dr Crokes retained the East Kerry League title with a convincing win over Spa on Wednesday night. With Philip O'Connor in great form in mid-field the forwards got a plentiful supply of ball. Jamie Doolan was in terrific form and scored 2-5. The team has qualified for the semi-final of the championship and will play the winners of Spa/Kenmare on Wednesday 27 April venue is Spa/Kenmare. Team: David Neeson, Chris Egan, Michael McMahon, Timmy Dudley, Pat Fuller, Jonathon Clarke, David O'Leary, John Bartlett, Philip O'Connor, Kieran O'Sullivan, Donal Cronin, Daithi Casey, Shane O'Neill, Rory Mangan, Jamie Dolan. Subs Johnny Buckley, Fionn Fitzgerald, Niall O'Connell, Paul McSweeney, Stephen Brosnan. 

U-12 County League

Rd 1 of the county league starts on Sunday April 24 at
Team 1 are away to Laune Rangers.
Team 2 are away to Gneeveguilla.

U-14 County League

Our U-14 team had an emphatic win over Beaufort in Rd 4 of the county league. After narrow defeats to Beale and Ballymac it was good to see the team continue to improve and gain their first win. Once the team settled the result was never in doubt and they led by 3-5 to 0-5 at half-time. Strong performances from Cian Buckley (3-1), Alex O'Sullivan (2-4) and Keith O'Leary in the forwards paved the way for the victory. James Barry was again outstanding in goal and he was well assisted by Joseph Keogh, Conor O'Neill and Frank Lavery in the backs.
Next game is at home to Dingle on Monday 25 April at 7.30pm.
Feile Peil na nOg will take place on Saturday 23 April in Caherselee, Tralee commencing at

U-12 Hurlers

The under 12 hurlers got their 2005 campaign off to a great start with a convincing win over Austin Stacks.  A score line of 3-4 to 0-4 shows the dominance that the Crokes boys had.  Aodán Burns was in great form scoring a total of 2-1, with Alex Goggins adding another goal and Niall O’Riordan, Bryan O’Shea and Matthew Moynihan each scoring a point.


The backs were always in command.  Lawrence Byrnes, Cian Ó Lionard, Kieran O’Donnell and Senan Lavery all had brilliant games.  Captain Anthony Keogh was strongest in midfield, while John Ivory and Gavin O’Shea showed how much they have improved from last year. 


The next game for the Under 12 team is at home to Crotta on Friday 20th April at 7.00pm.  In the meantime, training continues every Wednesday and Friday 6.00 to 7.00

Juvenile Report w/e April 10th

U-14 County League

Dr Crokes 2-9, Ballymac 4-7.This was a very good performance by our lads and for the second week in a row were unlucky to have tasted defeat. We started the game very well and helped by a goal and a point from Cian Buckley we were leading at half time by 1-5 to 0-2. Ballymac came out strong in the second half and the game flowed from end to end. They say goals win games and Ballymac scored four in the second half this was the deciding factor. Overall we were delighted with the performance and every player played his part. Frank Lavery and Joseph Keogh played well in the full back line. Kieran Ward was back to his best form. Keith Buckley is improving with every game and was outstanding at wing back. Cian O'Neill (1-2), Keith O'Leary and Timmy O'Donoghue impressed in the forward line.
Coaching for boys and girls U-6, U-8 and U-10 continues on Saturday mornings from to noon.

The club held a very successful coaching camp during the Easter break with up to 100 kids attending. A special thanks to all our coaches who gave of their free time for the week.



Feile Sat. 23rd April at Caherslee

. County League Rd 4 away to Beaufort on Monday 18 April at

U-16. East Kerry League Rd 3 away to Spa on Wednesday 13 April at


Juvenile Notes w/e April 3rd

U-16 East Kerry League

Round 1. Dr Crokes 3-16, Legion 0-9. A good start to the East Kerry. Crokes led at half time by 0-8 to 0-3. Goals in the second half by Rory Mangan, Jamie Doolan and Pat Fuller settled the issue for the Crokes. Best on the night were David Neeson, Fionn Fitzgerald,David O'Leary, Michael McMahon, Rory Mangan.

U-14 County League

Round 2. Dr Crokes 2-6, Beale 2-9. This was a much better performance by the team this week. Some poor shooting at the end of both halves proved very costly. Score at half time Dr Crokes 1-5, Beale 1-3. Robert Watson and Chris Brady scored the goals. Best on the night were our two goalscorers, Keith Buckley, Eoin Clifton and Alex O'Sullivan.
Next fixture at home to Ballymac on Monday 9 April at 7pm.

U-12 Team

Training for the U-12 is now on at 5 to 6pm on Wednesday and 12 to 1pm on Saturday.

Saturday Morning Coaching

 Juvenile  Notes W/e March 28th

U-16 East Kerry League

Round 1 versus Legion is refixed for Sunday 03 April at 6.30 p.m. venue Lewis Road.

U-14 County League

Our U-14 team suffered defeat to Austin Stacks in Rd 1 of the county league on Easter Monday night. Our lads put up a very spirited display against a highly rated and physically stronger Stacks team. best on the night were goalkeeper James Barry, Joseph Keogh, Eoin Clifton and Christopher Brady.

Fixture. Away to Beale next Monday 04 April at


Saturday morning coaching.

Coaching for U-6, U-8 and U-10 boys and girls continues on Saturday morning at



U-16 East Kerry League

Round 1 versus Legion is fixed for 6.30pm Wednesday 30 March at Lewis Road.

U-14 County League

Round 1 versus Austin Stacks in Connolly Park Tralee at 7pm on Monday 28 March.


Training on Mondays from 4pm to 5pm and Fridays from 5pm to 6 pm.
Challenge game v Beaufort in Beaufort at 12.15pm on Sunday 27 March.

Saturday Morning Coaching

Coaching for U-6, U-8, U-10 boys and girls continues every Saturday morning from 10.30am until noon. New members are welcome



Juvenile Notes w/e. March 13th

St. Patricks Day Parade

All juvenile players are asked to assemble in the Ross Rd at to march in the parade. Please wear club colours.

Saturday Morning Coaching

Coaching for U-6, U-8 & U-10 continues from to 12 noon on Saturday. New members welcome. 

Team Training

U-12 Wednesdays 4.00pm to 5.00pm
U-14 Fridays 6.00pm


Juvenile Notes w/e. March 6th 2005

Saturday morning training for boys and girls U-6, U-8 and U-10 teams will commence on this Saturday 12 March from to 12noon. Registration will take place on the day and new members are welcome.

U-14 team.
The U-14 team played in the Nemo Rangers blitz last weekend and emerged as winners of the plate competition after a penalty shoot out victory over the host club. The final was a fabulous game of football played in a very sporting manner with a final score of Dr Crokes 4-9, Nemo Rangers 2-15. Steven O'Brien presented the winners shield to Timmy O'Donoghue our captain for the blitz. Heroes of the penalty shoot out were goalkeeper Cian Buckley and goal scorers Alex O'Sullivan and Cian O'Neill who held his nerve to score in sudden death. Training for U-14 at on Friday.
St Nicks of Cork will play our U-13 team on Sunday 13 March at 1 o clock. Players are asked to be at the clubhouse at
Training for the U-12 team is on Wednesday afternoon from to
Medal Presentation 2004.
We held a very successful medal presentation on Sunday evening. Medals were presented to our U-12 hurlers, U-12 and U-14 girls, U-14, U-15 and U-16 boys (East Kerry Champions). Medals were also presented to the boys and girls who represented the club in Scor na nOg. Thanks to Eoin Brosnan Kerry Senior footballer and to Kerry Senior ladies footballers Katie Gleeson and Mairead Finnegan who presented the medals. A special thanks to the ladies of the Events committee who served the food when they should have been at home relaxing on Mothers Day. Thanks to our sponsors for the day Coca Cola and Four Star Pizza.


Juvenile Notes w/e February 27th 2005

Juvenile AGM.    The AGM was postponed due to the death of club vice-president Haulie Keogh (RIP). It will now take place at on Thursday 03 March in the clubhouse.
U-14.    All U-14 players are asked to meet at the clubhouse on Saturday morning at to travel to Nemo Rangers in Cork.
Medal Presentation.    Medals for the 2004 season will be presented in the clubhouse at on Sunday 06 March. Medals will be presented to our U-14, U-15 and U-16 teams who were crowned East Kerry Champions. Our U-12 hurlers who won Div 4 of the county league will also receive their medals. All parents are welcome to attend. Kerry senior players Eoin Brosnan, Colm Cooper and Kieran Cremin will present the medals.



Scor na nOg

at Arus Phadraig Killarney

Saturday 13th Nov 2004 @6.00pm

Congratulations to Dr Crokes Club Scor Officer Gerardine Lyne & her team on winning the Scor na nOg Novelty Act

Niamh Quirke, Michael Quirke, Jason Lyne

Mark Egan,Caoimhe Willis, Shane O'Neill

Cian O'Neill, Brian Doherty



Congrats to our Under 12

  Hurlers who won the County Division 4 Title


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