The Assets of the Club are vested in its Trustees:
- Colmán O’Drisceoil (Cuala nominee)
- Ciaran Irwin (Cuala nominee),
- Mikey Sheanon (Cuala nominee),
- John Costello (Dublin County Board nominee)
- Michael Delaney (Leinster Council nominee)
There is a long tradition in Cuala of recognising a lifetime’s contribution of outstanding service to the Club by appointing a Club President. This is a very important role which is reserved for a member who not only earned the position through a lifetime’s service to Cuala but someone who still embodies everything that is best in the Club. In April 2017, this honour was awarded to our Fourth President, John Sheanon.
Previous incumbents were Rev. Fr. McCann P.P. Sallynogin, Tom Holden, Jimmy Doyle
Sports & Social Integration Project
Cuala’s Sports and Social Integration Project is a Government-supported project, funded under the Young People’s Facilities and Service Fund. The Project is managed by Damien Byrne who has many years experience of sports management, health promotion and community development. The SSIP. works alongside the GPO and the Cuala Coaching Department to deliver a combined approach to developing Gaelic Games and fostering healthy attitudes amongst young people towards sports in a wide area including Shankill, Loughlinstown, Ballybrack, Mounttown, Sallynoggin and Dún Laoghaire.
Ken Fitzgerald was appointed to this role in 2010. He is responsible for ensuring that the programmes set out by the Coaching Committee are delivered within the Club and its partner schools. These programmes cover a wide spectrum of activities including co-ordination of Holiday Camps, delivery of Drug Education & Youth Health Programmes, promoting healthy lifestyles and training & Development of Cuala coaches
Games Promotion Officer
Mark Brennan was appointed to this role in 2019. He has played both Hurling and Football for Carlow for over 12 years – winning two senior hurling titles and two football
titles. Mark completed his athletic performance mentorship through Phoenix based company Athlete’s Performance before going on to work with Harvard University’s strength and conditioning department. He managed the Carlow Minor Camogie team 2018. GPOs are appointed by Central GAA to promote and develop Gaelic Games in the Cuala area. They work in close collaboration with the Coaching Department and Games Committees.
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