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Pat Murray- RIP

  It is with great sadness that we have to inform you of the passing of Pat Murray, brother of Cuala coach Mick, and uncle of players Ciara, Niamh and Róisín, after a long illness bravely fought with great dignity, courage and strength. Loving son of the late Chris and Phyllis, beloved husband and best […]

Virtual Safeguarding Workshop April 8th

Cuala are hosting an online Safeguarding workshop on Thursday 8th April at 7pm.   Participation in a Safeguarding workshop is mandatory for all persons wishing to work with young people in the Gaelic Games Associations.   You can register your interest here

Frank Tracey R.I.P.

Cuala members will be saddened to hear of the death of Frank Tracey, father of former minor manager David and grandfather to Cuala players Luke, Dylan and Mark. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a h-anam dhilis. A private family funeral will take place on Wednesday morning in The Church of Our Lady of Victories, Ballymun […]

Annie Dempsey R.I.P.

Cuala members will be saddened to hear of the death of Annie Dempsey, mother of former members Mick and Murty. She passed away peacefully at Castle Gardens Nursing Home in Enniscorthy in this her 101st year. Mick managed Cuala to our first and second  Senior hurling championships in 1989 and 1991. Murty was a mainstay […]

Cuala Coaching Webinar series 2021

Cuala Coaching have put together a short webinar series. Thursday February 25th 7.30pm “Let’s put the Fun back into Sport” A presentation on the importance of enjoyment and ceativity in coaching players of all ages using a games based approach with Shane O’Brien Cuala Coach & Westmeath Senior Hurling manager Aimed at coaches of teams […]

A different sort of recycling

Folks we’re starting hurling with the youngest children in the academy. Because of the restrictions we’re starting with an online “Iomáint le chéile” programme where parent and child learn together. This hopefully will help the kids get started without picking up too many bad habits. To do this we need the kids and their parents […]

Joanne Wylde R.I.P.

For many of us in Cuala  community and belonging are where we get to live what we value in life. The magic ingredient is of course the people and especially the key people, the doers, the makers, the connectors. It is with heartfelt sadness that we announce the death of one of our great leaders today. Joanne […]