Club Secretary with players and Mary McAleese

Cuala at Oireachtas with Steering Group for Integration

Cuala players Aisling Groarke and Cormac Spain were in Leinster House on Wednesday to present a statement to the Joint Oireachtas Committee on Tourism, Culture, Arts, Sport and Media alongside the Steering Group for Integration in a public session to discuss “integration of the Ladies Gaelic Football Association and Camogie Association with the Gaelic Athletic Association”. The players were invited to attend as representatives of LGFA, Camogie Association and GAA players nationwide following engagement of Cuala with the Steering Group for Integration last year.

Their statement with regards to Integration is now on the public record and can be read in full here, while the presentation can be watched back on video published on the Oireachtas website (Wednesday 10th April, Committee Room 1, video commencing at 13:50).

This was a privilege for the players and club to input into discussions on Integration at such a level. Thank you to Cormac, Aisling and Club Secretary Colm Small who also attended.

Pictured are Colm Small (Cuala Club Secretary), Aisling Groarke (Adult Player), Mary McAleese (Chair of the Integration Project), and Cormac Spain (Adult Player).