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Cuala Ladies Dublin Championship Final Preview

?   Our Senior Ladies Football team will play the club’s first Dublin Final of the Year and their fourth in four years at 6 pm on Saturday night in Fingallians Club in Swords. Castleknock provide the opposition and while restrictions mean there will only be 40 Cuala folk in attendance, including team and management, […]

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Senior Hurlers in QF Action

The Cuala Senior Hurlers are in Quarter Final action this weekend in the Dublin Senior Hurling Championship at Parnell Park. We overcame St Brigids at the Final stage of last year’s competition, despite the loss that day of Con O’Callaghan and now it will be a rematch of the Red and White’s. Because of the […]

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Cuala Ladies Into Dublin Final

Brilliant win for the Senior Ladies Football team last night as they beat Parnells by 6-08 to 1-07 at a sodden Hyde Park. Brian, Dave and Magnus had managed to whiten the lines after the afternoon downpour but the pitch was in good condition when the players took to the field shortly after 7. It […]

New COVID-19 Measures Across the Club

Following this week’s government announcement the GAA is continuing to seek clarification on a number of issues relating to the organisation of our Gaelic Games and activities (26 Counties). As soon as we get clarity on these issues we will update all members. In the meantime, as games must now be played “behind closed doors”, […]

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Féile Weekend Ahead

It’s a little different than normal but we take what we can get as our U14 boys (2006) start the Féile competition this weekend. This is only the second time (after the 1998’s) that Cuala has entered three teams in Hurling and Football. There are only two other clubs in Dublin entering three teams. The […]

Awaiting Guidance on COVID-19 Restrictions

Cuala GAA Club will await guidance from the GAA, LGFA and Camogie Association, and from the Dublin County Boards with regard to any changed protocols in relation to training and the playing of games, arising from Tuesday’s change of advice in relation to sport. Wednesday’s programme of U12 matches has been called off by Dublin […]

Football Championship Weekend Coming Up

The Championship focus switches to football this weekend and Cuala will be fielding five adult men’s teams for the first time.  Adding in the three we are fielding at adult level in Ladies football that is an impressive collection of players representing the club. The Seniors and Intermediates are away on Saturday evening, against St […]

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Cuala Stories – Alison Hickey

My nana was barred from playing camogie after a dodgy swipe at some poor girls shins back in the day.  This is perhaps the reason why my family didn’t partake in any games as I was growing up. My first memory of football was with my 4th class muinteoir, one Denis Monaghan with Cumman na […]

Remembering When we Won Sports Club of the Year

In the summer months of 2016, in between Robbie Brady’s goal against Italy and the Olympic Games in Rio, the irish Times ran a competition to discover the best Sports Club in Ireland. There was plenty of competition but Cuala emerged on top. Since then another whole half a generation of boys and girls have […]