BREAKING NEWS ***** As well as the wine, cheese and usual Cuala craic till late, we will also have a raffle on the night for an overnight stay in Druid’s Glen for two people. Bígí Linn! *****


This November we need something from everybody involved in Cuala.
On Friday November 7th at 8pm, we need one hour from one adult member of every family. We need you to come to the clubhouse to hear about the Cuala Stradbrook project, as we reach a critical point in the development.
This is also an opportunity to ask questions and find out what is happening,
while enjoying some wine and cheese in the bar from 8 till late.

We need to communicate the vision.

From November 4th, we need you to take a call from one of your fellow club members to explain one to one what is happening and what is needed.
We fully understand that some of you may not wish to be contacted.
If this is the case please click here and fill in the opt-out form.

We need you to pledge here.

By November 14th, we need those who are willing and able to pledge to make that pledge online here so we can achieve the target needed to invest in Stradbrook.
This is about all of us doing what we can for the future of the club.
Some of the members who donated this week include…
“I’m a lifelong member of Cuala. It has been great to see the development of the club over the last number of years – particularly the start of the Academy, where many of the current adult teams started playing football, hurling and camogie. Providing better facilities is the next step in the club’s development – and a critical one if we are to provide an opportunity to future generations of local young people to be active in Gaelic sports. That’s why I have pledged a donation and support for the Cuala Stradbrook project”, Johnny Sheanan


“We have donated as Cuala has given our two children so much over several years.  Apart from friends and fun, the Club has given our kids a sense of respect, commitment and professionalism – skills for life.  Helping this project will benefit them and countless others with these important ideals.  Having a world class facility will help kids and juveniles of all abilities accomplish what they can be and also gives them a clear message and good example that with hard work and working together, a group of people can come together to create something  great.”, Colm and Marie – daughter in the 2002 Girls and son in the 2005 Boys


Many Thanks,