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Cuala Oskars – Dirty Dancing

Almost a year ago, a gang of Cuala members threw their dignity to the wind and got involved in the Cuala OSKARS. Over the coming weeks, we will bring you the fruits of their work. It was a great fundraiser for the club and a fair bit of fun. Tonight we bring you romance, young […]

Cuala Stories – Natalie Greenan

Cuala Stories is a series where we chat to members of the club from across our wider membership and get to know what makes Cuala special for them. Next up is Natalie Greenan, whose path to the club came through the ICU unit in Holles Street…     Like a lot of people, Cuala is […]

GAA Update on COVID-19

  The GAA has issued an update in relation to the restrictions imposed to counter COVID-19 and they present the possibility of a careful easing of some restrictions, albeit only if fully in line with Government public health guidelines. “The GAA continues to monitor closely the ongoing pandemic and the Government’s roadmap relating to the […]

Cuala OSKARS – Bridesmaids

Almost a year ago, a gang of Cuala members threw their dignity to the wind and got involved in the Cuala OSKARS. Over the coming weeks, we will bring you the fruits of their work. It was a great fundraiser for the club and a fair bit of fun. Tonight we have a scene you […]

Cuala Stories – Sean Brennan

Cuala Stories is a new series where we will be chatting to members of the club from across our wider membership and getting to know what makes Cuala special for them. Next up is Sean Brennan, the man between the sticks for our two All Ireland triumphs      My Dad was a Cuala Senior […]

Cuala OSKARS – Braveheart Premiere

Almost a year ago, a gang of Cuala members threw their dignity to the wind and got involved in the Cuala OSKARS. Over the coming weeks, we will bring you the fruits of their work. It was a great fundraiser for the club and a fair bit of fun. Now, where is that popcorn…   […]

Cuala Stories – Eamonn Brennan

Cuala Stories is a new series where we will be chatting to members of the club from across our wider membership and getting to know what makes Cuala special for them. Next up is Eamonn Brennan from our U21 Championship side of 1975      One afternoon in September 1968 in CBS Eblana Dun Laoghaire, […]

Cuala Stories – Niamh O’Connor

Cuala Stories is a new series, written by Cliodhna Reidy, where we will be chatting to members of the club from across our wider membership and getting to know what makes Cuala special for them. Next up is Camogie Coach Niamh O’Connor   I don’t remember a time without a hurl in my hand. We […]

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Cuala Stories – Cliodhna Reidy

Cuala Stories is a new series where we will be chatting to members of the club from across our wider membership and getting to know what makes Cuala special for them. First up is Ladies Footballer Cliodhna Reidy   I remember so clearly going to my first training session in Hyde Road. My sister played […]

Cuala Together

A team of Cuala folk are bringing groceries, prescriptions and kindness to those in need around the community over the past two weeks. If you have the time or would like to get involved here is how…