Teemore Shamrocks Set the Bar for Club History

In encouraging Cuala members and supporters to contribute stories and memorabilia to the club’s digital archive, Cartlann Digiteach Cuala is happy to point out the great work done by other clubs who are at the forefront of cherishing and recording their history.

First Ever Football & Hurling Titles in Dalkey - 1961

This week marks the 49th anniversary of a significant milestone in the development of Adult Hurling in Dalkey. St Begnets GAA, later renamed Dalkey Mitchels before amalgamating with Cuala Casements to form the club we all know today, won the Junior Hurling "C" League - Dalkey's first Adult Hurling title but the Footballers had beaten them to it.
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Young & Old Rub Shoulders at Friends of Dublin Hurling Awards

It's considered polite when having friends 'round to dinner that you bring out the best silverware. The annual Friends of Dublin Hurling Awards night, held on Friday 18th Nov., was no exception.

Dalkey Mitchell's Win Junior Hurling Championship - 1967

Dalkey Mitchells - one of the pillar teams of the modern club - won its first Junior Hurling Title in 1967. It was to be the start of an extraordinary journey. Read all about it in the Newspapers of the day and break into song!

Harold Dalkey win Johnston Mooney & O'Brien Cup - June 1955

Harold Boys Dalkey first entered a Senior team in the Schools League in the 1954/55 season. And what a debut it turned out to be for the Dalkey hurlers.

Dun Laoghaire Players Rub Shoulders with G.A.A. Aristocracy – 1886

Dun Laoghaire footballers and hurlers were among 15,000 players who participated in a monster tournament in Thurles. Not only did they come in contact with the G.A.A. founding fathers but they also got the opportunity, for the very first time, to make a point.
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Dublin Match Programme Celebrates Cuala Success - November 1991

When Dublin Hurlers took to the field against Galway in the NHL in 1991 it was only fitting that the Match Programme paid homage to some of Cuala's stars who had achieved their second Senior County Championship the previous weekend.

Cuala Take Second Title in Three Years - SHC 1991 - Updated

Hot on the heels of winning their first ever Senior Championship, Cuala were back in Parnell Park in 1991 battling for Dublin honours against Craobh Chiaráin. We reproduce the Match Programme, a Team Portrait and a Match Report

Cuala Hurling & Football - Minutes 11 March 1965

It seems that Cuala was way ahead of its time in fostering cordial relationships with former colonial Associations as evidenced by club minutes from March 1965.

Harold Dalkey win Conlon Cup - May 1957

The Ó Maoláin Album celebrates a remarkable victory by Harold Boys Dalkey in the 1956/57 Primary Schools Div 3  Hurling Final with a team picture and cuttings from a subsequent Evening Press.  Many of the families named are still with the…