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…
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Wanted – Cabinet Makers for Urgent Extension in Hyde Road

Its trophy time again. This time, congratulations go to the players and management of the Third Hurlers who were victorious in their League Final against a battling Naobh Barróg in Shankill on Sunday. A fitting outcome for a hard-working team…
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U21 Footballers – Dublin Champions

The 33-year U21 silverware famine was declared well and truely over at O'Toole Park on Sunday when Cuala Under 21 Footballers earned their place on the Championship podium after an exciting battle against a spirited Kilmacud Crokes side and…
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Missed Opportunities Impair Senior Hurlers’ Championship Ambitions

Fri 23 July (Pearse Pk): Two magnificently taken goals lit up the evening in Pearse Park, Crumlin where Cuala's Senior Hurlers played out a draw against Crumlin in the third round of the Senior Hurling Championship . It was a night of frustration…
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Another Good Day at the Office for the U21s

Chris Lynam BP Donnelly Cuala Gallery 1976 Captain's Reflection I finished breakfast on Sunday 13th of December to the wonderfully descriptive voice of the late Liam Clancy singing: “Once upon a time there was a tavern, Where we…

“Ecstatic” Cuala Juniors in AFL4 Thriller

The Cuala Junior Hurlers gave a magnificent 2nd half display of passion, courage, strength and determination to win this AHL4 match against a quality Parnell's side winning by the minimum in the last seconds of injury time on a wet & warm evening in Shanganagh Park.
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Senior Hurlers overcome Dogged Crumlin

Mon 12th: The introduction of "super-sub" Ger Armstrong turned what looked like a Cuala lost cause into a 2 point victory in this entertaining AHL1 match on a warm, dry evening in Shanganagh Park. Armstrong scored a goal and a point himself,…
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Junior Hurlers in Second Half Turnover

Fri 9 July: Cuala's Junior Hurlers gave a magnificent 2nd half display of passion, courage, strength and determination to win this AHL4 match against a quality Parnell's side winning by the minimum in the last seconds of injury time on a wet…
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U21 Hurlers Seal Historic Double

Cuala's U21 Hurlers overcame Craobh Ciaran in the Dublin County Championship Final and set the seal on an historic double - Champions of Dublin in Hurling and Football. A tremendous outcome reflecting the enormous work done on the pitch and…
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Life’s Too Short Trophy Goes to O’Callaghan’s Men

Ken Fitzgeralds results all came back positive in Hyde Road on Sunday. There was an impressive turnout of legends and would-be-legends for the annual Life's Too Short Trophy. This year's experiment to test "whether Hurling & Football stayed…
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“Old Dogs” teach “Young Bucks” Some Seasonal Tricks

A unique Christmas competition was inaugurated in Dalkey this year. Organised by Ken Fitzgerald, Manager of the southside club's Sports and Social Integration Project, the match of two halves - Football & Hurling - pitted Cuala's singles,…