GAA: Crokes make easy work booking a last-four area

Kilmacud Crokes 5-19– Raharney (Westmeath)0-15

Kilmacud Crokes’ double-time march ceremonies via Navan this weekend, as the dual double baton is passed to the footballers.

Having actually secured full Dublin GAA supremacy by winning the Dublin Senior citizen Football and Dublin Senior Hurling Championships, Crokes are searching for rural pre-eminence and also are currently mid a two pronged Leinster Championship strike.

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The hurlers played their component last weekend, crossing county lines to win

in Mullingar to progress to the LSC semi finals– and this Saturday sees the footballers take a trip to adversary territory where they fight to reach the same phase of the football matching. The south Dublin

side, with 4 Leinster Football Championships as well as 2 club All Irelands to their name, handle Wolfe Tones of Navan, who won only their 2nd ever Meath Senior citizen Football Championships in the initial week of November through a shock win over St Peter’s of Dunboyne in the decider. Pairc Taitleann, Navan plays host to the Dublin Meath encounter throw in at 1.30 pm. Triumph for Kilmacud will certainly see the Dublin SFC winners match the accomplishments to date of the club’s hurlers.

The Dublin SHC champs blew away Westmeath resistance in Mullingar last weekend break to

reach the Leinster Champion final four. The Stillorgan side excelled in little round competition to advance past Raharney as well as to within touching range of the decider.

A 5-19 to 0-15 thrashing established a last 4 clash with Laois champions Clough-Ballacolla after they beat Wexford champs Raparees in O’Moore Park on Saturday night.

28 November 2021; Jamie Clinton, left, and Brian Sheehy of Kilmacud Crokes after the 2021 AIB Leinster Club Senior Citizen Hurling Championship Quarter-Final suit between Raharney Hurling Club and Kilmacud Crokes at TEG Cusack Park in Mullingar, Westmeath. Picture by Daire Brennan/Sportsfile That semi is scheduled for Sunday, 12 December at 1.00 pm in O’Moore Park. Crokes required time to warm up into their first Leinster Championships clash considering that 2014 but once they strike their stride they were unstoppable. They led by just two factors mid means through the half as well as took six point

advantage into the break. Nonetheless, they were a course as well as half above after the turn as well as finished with a 19-point cushion.

Inter-county star Ronan Hayes found the web twice, as did Alex Considine while Eddie Gibbons additionally increased the

eco-friendly flag. D a ra Purcell of Kilmacud Crokes in action versus Eamon Cunneen of Raharney

(primary)and(inset)Jamie Clinton and also Brian Sheehy. Photo: Daire Brennan/Sportsfile

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