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Cuala Academy announce details of Mini All-Ireland

The Cuala Academy mini all Ireland is the established end-of-season event for Academy kids. It’s a showcase for the scale of the academy and the enjoyment and skills for the kids who participated throughout the year.
This year, the event takes place on week beginning 16th June with finals on Sat 21st June.

Dermot O’Sullivan

The Cuala 2007 Boys would like to congratulate Dermot O’Sullivan on his recent award.
Dermot brings Communications & PR to a professional level for the Cuala 2007 Boys.
As Dermot was unable to attend the awards night Cuala Chairman Declan Murray had to track him down to present the award.

Senior Hurling Championship v St. Vincents

The Senior hurlers look to keep up the good start to their championship campaign when they meet St.Vincents in their second group match on Friday night in Parnell Park. Throw in is at 8.15 so we’ll see you all there….other than playing yourself I don’t think there is a better way to spend a Friday evening.

Senior Hurling Championship v Parnells

The Senior hurlers got their championship campaign off to a winning start in the group match against Parnells last night in Parnell Park.
They saw off a spirited Parnells team on a scoreline of 0-16 to 1-12

photos here
Match reports to follow.

Mick Holden Golf Classic

Cuala Adult Hurling is pleased to announce a Golf Classic in the acclaimed Glen of the Downs Golf Club, on Friday May 2nd May 2014.

This fundraiser is to support our Adult Hurling teams.

Fógra ón Cathaoirleach Mí Márta

Cháirde Cuala,
At every age group within the club, we are growing our numbers – which is great validation of the Cuala model.
Kids are enjoying themselves and inviting friends to join, resulting in bigger stronger panels to train and play matches.

New Hurling management teams

New management is now in place for all three Adult hurling teams.

With the Seniors Mattie Kenny is joined by Clare native Barry O’Halloran and the thinking mans corner back, the vastly experienced John Paul Byrne.