Cuala Boys was formed from players who participated in juvenile games in the Cuala Marian League. the early players were drawn mostly from students who attended Christian Brothers School, Eblana Avenue, Dun Laoghaire. Boys belonging to two neighbouring clubs, Dun Laoghaire Commercials & St Michaels, (both of which were in the course of disbanding) were also amalgamated into Cuala Boys. Initially, the playing colours were blue & white. The first games were arranged against Palmerston, Foxrock and St Kevins (Bray).
We show here a copy of the minutes of the very first Committee meeting attended by –
T. Collins, J. Brady, L Warren, M. McKenna, S. Evers, R.Curran, M. Dunphy, A. Duffy, T. Kelly, J. Robinson, P. O’Sullivan, H. Morton, P Ryan, P. Breslin, P. Tracey, T. Holden, S. O’Driscoll
The inaugural Committee was comprised of –
- R.Curran (Chairman)
- J. Brady (Vice Chairman)
- T. Holden (Secretary)
- A. Duffy (Treasurer)
- M. Dunphy
- M. McKenna
- J. Robinson
- P. O’Sullivan
- H. Morton
- P Ryan
- T. Collins
- L Warren (Board Delegate)
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