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Dermot Earley Youth Leadership programme launched

The Dermot Earley Youth Leadership programme has been launched by Cuala's All-Ireland winning Captain Paul Schutte. Thirty participants from Cuala, Bray Emmets, Kilmacud Crokes, Naomh Olafs, St Judes and Good Counsel are taking part in the six month programme. In attendance at the launch were Dermot's wife Mary and their daughter Ann-Marie Earley who addressed the participants.
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Positive Mind – Positive Body – a health and well-being programme for U15s

Cuala Coaching & SSIP are pleased to announce this special programme, to be facilitated by various club leaders, and founded in memory of the late Jamie Brennan
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Gambling addiction and sport – a free seminar

Gambling addiction is becoming more prevalent in Irish society - especially among young men involved in sport. This seminar is an important resource for players, coaches and parents who have an interest in this area.

IMPORTANT NOTICE RE: Garda Vetting (E-Vetting) & GAA Child Protection Requirements.

  NOTICE VERY IMPORTANT NOTICE RE: Garda Vetting (E-Vetting) & GAA Child Protection Requirements. Further to the recent Child Protection legislation (April 29th) and under the GAA Our Game - Our Code guidelines all Cuala coaches/mentors/adults…
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New Garda Vetting procedures

From 7 April there will be no further paper-based applications accepted. Forms already in the system will be processed. From 1 May, Garda Vetting Applications must be submitted on-line.
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Social Gaelic Football for Transition Year students

All players who emailed or completed on-line Consent forms please note that the Games takes place this Thursday at UCD. Meet at 9.45am at the main entrance UCD Sports Complex. Tracksuit, boots and runners required. Dressing room provided. Bring €5 for lunch. Finishing time 4pm.

‘Cuala Listens………..’

A Butcher, a baker, a candlestick maker or at least the equivalent in physical and mental health expertise that exists in Cuala came together for a conversation last week. The gathering established that we have an understanding of…

Do you know how to talk to your teens about alcohol & drugs?

Cuala's Sports & Social Integration Project is collaborating with CAD to deliver a six session alcohol and drug awareness programme starting on Wed 27 May. SSIP Manager, Damien Byrne urges interested parents to book early for this important series of talks as space is limited.
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Player Injury Support Scheme

Player Injury Support Scheme: Further to the proposal tabled at the last AGM, An Coiste Cuala have investigated and examined a number of options relating to the feasibility of introducing and implementing a self-funding subvention scheme…

Launch of Adult Football Player Welfare Initiative

As part of Cuala Football Vision 2017, the Cuala football player welfare initiative was launched in the Clubhouse on Thursday the 5th of June.