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2018 Academy Group – Girls & Boys

If you have a child born in 2018, why not bring them along each Saturday from September 16th  to experience all that Cuala has to offer! Where: every Saturday at Hyde Park, Dalkey [MAP] When: Boys 9:00am & Girls 10:30am Who: All boys…
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A Team Apart – Now in a Championship Final

Next Wednesday the 9th of August, our 3rd Ladies Football team will play their first ever Championship Final. The team, managed by Fintan Quill, Philip Shaffery and Ray Mulholland, are made up of a fantastic group of women. I’m lucky enough…
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Return to Play Notice

Return to Play Notice from Women's section Dual player protocols: As a club we promote the playing of both Camogie and Ladies football and are delighted that so many play both codes. Due to the many challenges presented with dual playing…
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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…
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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…
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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…
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Cuala Stories – Clodagh Sheehan

I started playing for Cuala in the academy. At this time, girls and boys were mixed. When it came to the mini all Ireland all it took was one look from the lads and I’d walk myself to the goal posts so that I wouldn’t get in the way of the…
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Cuala Stories – Aoife Wynne

  When I first joined Cuala I was about 10 and really I just wanted to play because my Scoil Lorcáin friends were playing. I injured myself after Féile year and was sentenced to life in goals which was a disaster because I was…
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Cuala Stories – Cliodhna Reidy

Cuala Stories is a new series where we will be chatting to members of the club from across our wider membership and getting to know what makes Cuala special for them. First up is Ladies Footballer Cliodhna Reidy   I remember so clearly…