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Minor Footballers progress to meet Kilmacud Crokes in ‘A’ Championship decider

MINOR FOOTBALL ‘A’ CHAMPIONSHIP SEMI-FINAL, SUNDAY 3RD NOVEMBER, O’TOOLE PARK CUALA 1-8; BALLYBODEN ST. ENDAS 0-9 Bright sunshine and a large crowd greeted both teams as they came out to face each other in the semi-final of the ‘A’…
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The future looks good for Cuala Camogie

What a fantastic weekend for the Juvenile Girls section in Cuala with not one, not two but three trophies being collected in venues around Dublin this weekend. First up were the under 14s who contested the u14 Division 3 Shield against…

Minor Hurlers retain Div 1 title

A scintillating 3 goal salvo in the 3rd quarter saw the Minor ‘A’ team overcome a gallant St. Vincents in O’Toole Park on Wednesday to take League honours. Cuala can now look forward with confidence to the start of the Minor Championship in September
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Applications for U21 Hurling & Football Management Teams 2013.

Applications for the management teams for the u21 Hurling and Football teams of 2013 are now being sought by the Adult Games Committee. In furtherance of its endeavours to progress the development of the player pathway from Minor to Adult,…
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34 still standing - but not for long

After week 3 of Cuala's Last Man Standing there are 32 competitors still in the game. The Full List is available so you can see who is left and what teams they have selected over the last few weeks. If you are lucky enough to be still in the game don't forget to email your next team selection
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Minor Hurlers are League Champions!!

Well Done to our Minor Hurlers who finished off their long season in style by winning the Division 1 League Title on Sunday.  This League Final was played in artic conditions in Shankill but this did not hamper our players who put in a storming…

Appian Asset Management Sponor new Training Tops for Cuala Minors

Appian Asset Management Kindly Sponsor Training Tops for the Cuala Minor A Football & Hurling Teams.
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Victory can be counted in more ways than trophies

There’s more to sport than the collection of trophies and so it proved on Sunday when the senior hurler’s came up just short against Kilmacud in the County final but the club gained so much more in terms of the number of people that…
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Reflections On The Senior Hurling Championship Final

The Cuala Senior Hurlers are preparing to face near neighbours, Kilmacud-Crokes, in the final of the Senior Hurling Championship next weekend. Whatever the outcome, there is considerable pride and passion for an achievement that hasn’t been…
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Six days to go - County Hurling Final

We are looking forward to one of the biggest week's in the clubs history and are looking to get all members involved from the youngest to the eldest. Centrepiece is of course Sunday's Dublin Senior Hurling Championship Final against Kilmacud…