Annie Dempsey R.I.P.

Cuala members will be saddened to hear of the death of Annie Dempsey, mother of former members Mick and Murty. She passed away peacefully at Castle Gardens Nursing Home in Enniscorthy in this her 101st year. Mick managed Cuala to our first…

Cuala Coaching Webinar series 2021

Cuala Coaching have put together a short webinar series. Thursday February 25th 7.30pm "Let's put the Fun back into Sport" A presentation on the importance of enjoyment and ceativity in coaching players of all ages using a games based approach with…

Latest Update from GAA on Covid – 19

It was disappointing to hear on Wednesday that the likelihood was there would be no  Gaelic Games activity until after Easter. This may change with the publication of new Government guidelines next week but for the moment here is the letter…

Aisling’s ‘Keep Girls Playing’ Project

We are so proud of Cuala's very own Aisling Nig Ruairc who completed a special "Keep Girls Playing' project as part of the Dermot Earley Leadership Course and has been speaking about it across a host of GAA Channels over recent weeks. Take…

Last Weekend’s Run for Joanne

The Cuala GAA community came together last weekend to raise funds for the Irish Cancer Society in memory of Joanne Wylde who was a beloved member of the club and who gave so much of her time and energy to Cuala over the years. The campaign…
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Cuala supports DLR’s Community Call Initiative

This is a community service  – available 7 days a week – for people that may need support while COVID restrictions are in place. DLR also have a Free Activity & Supports Magazine for Older People available at this link: https://online.flippingbook.com/view/523290/ If…

A different sort of recycling

Folks we're starting hurling with the youngest children in the academy. Because of the restrictions we're starting with an online "Iomáint le chéile" programme where parent and child learn together. This hopefully will help the kids get started…

Joanne Wylde R.I.P.

For many of us in Cuala  community and belonging are where we get to live what we value in life. The magic ingredient is of course the people and especially the key people, the doers, the makers, the connectors. It is with heartfelt sadness…

Congratulations to our All Ireland Champions of 2020

Congratulations to all of our players that were involved in Dublin's 2020 Double.  Micahel Fitzsimons and Con O'Callaghan both started and finished the Men's Final on Saturday with Con scoring 1-02 and securing the Man of the Match Award. Both…