Twin Cities Robert Emmets Hurling Club
Minnesota's home of The Fastest Game on Grass!
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2021 SEASON IS BEGINNING!
Non-Contact Practices Begin April 7th
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, practices will be modified in accordance with state guidelines:
April practices will be non-contact
Players must sign up in advance
We will have two practices groups (Wednesdays & Sundays) capped at 50 people each
Masks will be required
April practices are held at McMurray Athletic Fields
It is still possible to sign up for April practices, but you must email us
City League will be held on Sunday afternoons beginning in June
For more information on the 2021 season and to register go here.
We are happy to teach our sport to new players!
Want to join the fun? While this season is very different due to the pandemic, we are always interested in teaching new players. Check out our information page for new players and email us if you are interested learning more. For the time being, no specialized new player sessions are scheduled.
TCRE CAMOGIE WINS USGAA CHAMPIONSHIP! Our women's team won the USGAA Intermediate camogie championship in Washington, DC in August and will advance to participate in Senior level competition next year.
TCRE also fielded two men's hurling squads at the USGAA finals competing in the Junior B and Junior D categories. Both teams advanced to the semifinals before being eliminated.
TCRE CAMOGIE WINS WORLD GAMES CHAMPIONSHIP! The Twin Cities Robert Emmet's camogie team sent a team to Ireland to compete in GAA World Games last July. Our women won the native born division title, playing the championship game at Croke Park in Dublin. Read the Pioneer Press article or watch the championship game.
EMMETT'S PUBLIC HOUSE TEAM WINS FALL CITY LEAGUE! The fall city league trophy was won convincingly by the Emmett's squad with a win over Tom Reid's in the final.
TOM REID'S TEAM WINS SUMMER CITY LEAGUE! The coveted TCRE Summer City League cup was won by the Tom Reid's team with a win over 2nd place Anchor Fish & Chips.