This Weeks Action on the Pitch – April 8th to 14th

WEEKEND ACTION THIS WEEKS GAMES TO LOOK OUT FOR All four adult hurling teams are in Go-Ahead Dublin League action this weekend, as are our two U19 Men's Football teams, then the action switches to the Women in midweek, and there's a Féile…

Campaí Cásca 2022

Camps are now fully booked. No further bookings can be taken.     Week 1: Mon 11th April – Thu 14th April    Week 2: Tue 19th April – Fri 22nd April Cost: €60 per week. Times: 10am -2 pm on each day Camps will…

New Vetting System (via Foireann)

Vetting in the GAA The GAA has a long established principle of vetting any person who, on our behalf, works with children or vulnerable adults in our Association. This principle is enshrined in rule through our Code of of Behaviour (Underage)…

The Red and White – Cuala Weekly News March 18th

Patrick's Day CUALA AROUND THE WORLD Our Cuala Women's section and Adult football partners Amgen recorded a special St Patrick's Day message which they showed to their global audience and we were happy to share here with Cuala players…

Lá Fhéile Pádraig

Lá Fhéile Pádraig Sona Duit or Happy St Patrick's Day from everyone at Cuala to everyone celebrating around the world today. Thanks to our sponsors Amgen for sharing this message with their global audience.   Lá Fhéile Pádraig…

Good Friday Hurling/Camogie Coaching Workshop 2022

Cuala Hurling & Camogie Workshop Good Friday April 15th from 12.30-2.45 pm Venue : Bray Emmets GAA Club Coaching Workshop for Coaches of all levels * Goalkeeping Skills* *Warm Ups* * Striking technique & control* * Forward play…
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U19 Hurlers Off to Winning Start

The opening fixtures of Division 1 of the Dublin U19 Hurling league took place last weekend with Cuala getting our season up and running on the right note by beating Lucan Sarsfield’s by 1-16 to 1-11 in Arthur Griffith Park. Conditions…

Cuala Weekly News March 4th 2022

                                                                                Friday, March 4th, 2022 BACK…

Annie Kenny R.I.P.

It is with great sadness that we have to inform you of the passing of Annie Kenny, mother of Dublin and former Cuala manager Mattie Kenny. Missed and very much loved by her wide circle of family and friends.                    Funeral…

Letter from Coiste

A Chairde,  The Coiste in Cuala are eager to start an initiative to encourage younger members of the club to come and support our senior teams. We’re hoping that in doing so, it will create more of a community spirit within the club and…