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Jackpot of € 5000 was not won. 6 patrons matched 3 numbers , each receive €60. Jackpot for draw on June 28th will be €5,600.TICKETS AVAILABLE FROM DR CROKES CLUBHOUSE, GLEESONS SPAR College Street and usual sources or you may play online at



Club Notes Week 18 2021   03/05/2021

ACADEMY On Saturday saw the return of our academy. It was great to see such big numbers for football and especially hurling. The great weather added to the occasion and the joy of the boys and girls was palpable. It's great to be back!! The academy is on every Saturday with hurling from 10 until 10 45 and football from 10 45 until 12.  All  from Killarney Parish are welcome and newcomers are especially welcome to give it a try and make new friends.  Please update your child's health status on gaa return to play on the gaa website. Boys and girls from 4 to 11 and we look forward to seeing everyone again next Saturday 

Enquiries  please contact:  John 087 2348824 or Gene 086 1720789 

Grow it forward initiative with Dr Crokes’ Healthy Club  

Calling boys & girls from our Saturday Academy to grow your own food from seed and you can do it on your window sill. No fancy equipment needed. 

Get going….get growing. 


MEMBERSHIP ONLINE MEMBERSHIP IS NOW DUE .  All memberships are now due, all players & coaches will have to have paid before return to play from today as only registered members can enter the playing pitches all registration is online only, using clubforce with this link 

Also we are asking all members to download the clubforce app for team notifications using the following links if you already have the App log in again 


LOTTO draw took place on Monday May 3rd numbers drawn 10,22,26,27   JACKPOT €5,000 was  not won.    1patron matched 3 numbers james collins C/O Mike O`Leary  receive €400. Jackpot for draw on May 10th will be €5,000 

We are calling on all members to support our weekly lotto as this represents one of the main sources of revenue for the club. With activity likely to recommence on the fields over the next few weeks we need people’s support to maintain our facilities in Lewis Road. We have made a number of alterations to make things easier for members to play the easiest one being to play it online by following the link below And follow instructions attached

When you click on the link it brings you to the Clubforce Main page. From here click Club name Dr. Crokes GAA. This brings you to another page that you again put in Dr. Crokes, which in turn brings you to the Dr.Crokes home page. From here click lotto and the rest follows on. Alternatively download the Clubforce app, 

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DR. CROKES SHOP you can now shop worldwide new selection of Jackets, gilets masks and snoods and other items. Shop online https/ 

MAJOR CHALLENGE we will be running another of our popular Challenge on the PGA to be played May 20-23. Entry Cards will be with usual sellers this week or may be played online Best option is to click on guest link which will bring you directly to the card and if not a member of Dr. Crokes. If you are a member the guest link will default to your Clubforce log in https/// member 

COVID UPDATES  From 10th May – Outdoor training is permitted at adult level in pods of a maximum of 15 people (including coaches). However, games are not allowed and indoor facilities must remain closed. 

From 7th June (and subject to the Public Health situation at the time) – Club games will be permitted at all levels but must be played “behind closed doors”. 

We are currently liaising with the relevant Departments to seek further information on the finer details of what will be permitted at various points in the recovery plan. For the moment, we would ask for your patience in relation to questions you and the broader membership no doubt have in relation to the various return dates and the specifics of what will be allowed. It is our intention to issue a more detailed communication to Clubs and Counties next week and once further information is available. 

In the interim, we would remind all Clubs in the 26 Counties of the following: 

- Until May 10th, only training for underage teams (non-contact and in pods of 15) is permitted. “Underage teams” means any registered team at U-18 level or below. 

- All indoor facilities must remain closed (exception: toilet facilities). 

- Fundraising events on GAA property are not currently permitted. 

- Gym facilities must remain closed (exception: Senior Inter County players may use their relevant Club Gym for individual training as long as they are following the advice in the Inter County Return to Training and Play document) 

 [2] Inter County Challenge Games/U20 and Minor Training 

The Allianz Leagues in Hurling will return on the weekend of May 8th/9th and in football on the weekend of May 15th/16th. 

The broad announcements yesterday did not make any reference to when Challenge games will be permitted at inter county level. Nor was there any reference to when inter county U20 and Minor teams may return to training. 

We are currently seeking clarity on these two points and will communicate directly with County Secretaries in this context once we receive it. 

In the interim, we would ask for your patience while we complete this work and we look forward to communicating in detail with you all again as soon as possible in relation to the resumption of GAA activity. 


2020 Injury Fund Extension to 31 May 2021 

Given that no activity has been possible for January to March 2021 a further two-month extension of Injury Fund cover has been ratified by Coiste Bainistíochta. This will now take the 2020 cover term up until 31 May 2021. 

This means that the GAA Injury Benefit Fund cover remains in place based on existing 2020 team registrations. Units do not need to register or pay for their 2021 teams until re-invited to do so. Details with regards to registering and payment for the 2021 GAA Injury Benefit Fund will issue once we have more clarity from Government as to what the coming months may look like. 

It is a condition of the extended 2020 Injury Fund cover to 31 May 2021 that in advance of any permitted return to train or play in either April or May, “All players will still be required to be individually registered for the 2021 season on the new “Foireann” membership system.” 2020 player registrations will “NOT” carry over into 2021 and cover will be declined if a player is not fully registered for the 2021 season in advance of any return to train or play in 2021. 

Pause on “Loss of Wages cover” from 1 January 2021 

Following discussion at a meeting of Central Council on Saturday 20th March last, it was agreed to review the following two options as alternatives to the current pause that has been applied to the loss of wages cover that forms part Marian O`of the wider Player Injury Benefit Fund. 

1. Offer all our playing members who may feel that loss of wages cover is a prerequisite for participation in GAA activities for 2021 to individually subscribe to a stand-alone GAA endorsed personal injury cover plan for 2021. 

2. Review the 2021 Injury fund premium payable by each of the 1,500 units and potentially increase this premium by 25% to partly cover €1.3m of the forecasted €3m fund deficit to May 2022 if loss of wages cover is to be reinstated during this term. The funds ongoing deficit is primarily due to the absence of gate receipts during this term which ordinarily sub-vents the shortfall in the fund annually. 


In a general context, while there are undoubtedly some challenges ahead for the Association, there is also plenty of hope that with the availability of vaccines and the roll out of the inoculation programmes North and South of the border, a summer filled with Gaelic Games activity lies ahead. 

In the meantime, we await the upcoming government announcements and will continue to communicate regularly with all units. We also request that you keep yourself updated with all communications given the fluid situation that we now find ourselves operating in. Finally, we want to remind you all of the importance of personal responsibility for our actions in relation to Covid-19 as we work together to ensure the safety of everyone in our community. 

BIRTHDAY GREETINGS to our Registrar Frances O`Sullivan who recently celebrated. 

SYMPATHY to the family of Donie O`Sullivan on the death of his wife Aine, Donie played with us in the 50s & 60s before returning to Spa  when they were reformed..  Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam dilis 

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