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Harold Dalkey win Conlon Cup – May 1957

The Ó Maoláin Album celebrates a remarkable victory by Harold Boys Dalkey in the 1956/57 Primary Schools Div 3  Hurling Final with a team picture and cuttings from a subsequent Evening Press.  Many of the families named are still with the club. This  success followed on earlier achievement as the Dalkey Boys had already secured the […]


Next Royal Visit to Shangannagh Park, Perhaps?

David Adams’ article in todays Irish Times “GAA playing some lovely hurling in NI peace game” makes for interesting reading. It’s nice to see Cuala getting a mention alongside HRH in relation to recent historical developments. We can be sure too that our own HRHs (Harry Roberts’ Hurlers) will continue to play lovely hurling and […]

Cuala Hurling Club 1920’s

This is the earliest known team photograph of a Cuala team. Significantly, it provides an important link between the present club and the team who are understood to have played in the Lower Quarry and the “Firm” Quarry on Dalkey Hill – beside Ardbrugh Road.


Digging up our Past for Digital Posterity

On La na gClub, (10th May 2009) Cuala launched a major programme to research and record our social history, an initiative that will culminate in the creation of “Cartlann Digiteach Cuala” – the Cuala Digital Archive. Cuala Hurling, Football and Camogie Club has a long and distinguished history of involvement in Gaelic Games in south […]