A big well done to the Junior Football team who gained promotion to AFL7 after a comprehensive victory in the last game of the league over Ballyboden last Sunday.
U11s had a great win over Kilmacud Crokes in the last game of the season last Saturday. Dylan Treacy was the star man scoring three goals while Con O’Callaghan and Donal Lane were outstanding.
Dublin Colleges beat Castlecomer of Kilkenny with Cuala man David Treacy playing a starring role scoring 12 points. Well done David.
Over 70 Cuala girls aged from U6 to U9 travelled to Marley Park last Saturday to play in a mini football blitz against St Johns Ballinteer and Foxrock Cabinteely. Special mention for the U6’s (2001’s) who were taking part in a girls away event for the first time. This Saturday the same group of girls will be returning to Marley Park to play in a mini camogie blitz. The bus is leaving Johnstown Church at 10.00am.
Cuala senior hurlers beat a Dublin Senior Selection under lights at Thomas Davis grounds on Wednesday with great performances by Oisin Gough, Luke Keating, Rob Reid, Tommy Holden and Scott O’Brien.
The U21 footballers play St.Brigids in Russell Park 2:30 pm on Saturday.
Elected officers of the Ladies Committee are Chairman Elizabeth Gregan, Secretary Fintan Quill, Treasrer Siobhan Kiernan and County Board Delegates Eugene Egan and Georgina McGovern
The 1998s will be selling the best Christmas Trees in all of Ireland at Cuala HQ in Dalkey on Saturday, December 8th. Please make a special effort to buy your tree from Cuala as the money raised will directly fund the 1998 group. This year we will have more tall trees than last year. The first in will get the pick of the crop so geet yours early!
A very interesting seminar on Improving Our Games through Training and Development is on 1st December in Blanchardstown IT from 9.00 to 5.30pm.Some great sessions with top class players and trainers.
The U12s had a fairly “interesting” trip to Lilliput in Westmeath – take a look at the pictures on the website and you’ll see what I’m talking about. Now who are the boggers?
Set dancing continues on Sundays at 8pm. €6 per class, all welcome
Bluegrass music sessions continue on Friday 30th November, Friday 7th and 14th December. Great music, admission Free
Cuala GAA Club Bar is now under new management and we are considering opening the Bar for customers every Friday evening at 5pm to catch the TGIF group that enjoys a drink after work. Hot food will be availalbe in the form of pizzas and toasted sandwiches. Below is a simple Poll to member to help us make a feasibilty assessment. Please answer the short questions below Y/N and return to firstname.lastname@example.org
If the bar opened on Friday at 5pm would you consider using this facility? If bar opened would you be in a position to invite work-mates?
Would a drinks promotion (happy hour or similar) make any difference to your decision to attend yourself ? to entice workmates?
Would you be interesting in a Business five-a-side in the hall after work on Fridays?