Sunday is the big day in GAA calendar, Cork have been in the last 4 semi-finals- Down have never lost a final – it should be a good day at HQ on Sunday. I’m sure it will be well aired at the Cuala Corporate lunch tomorrow
Well done to the U12A footballers who beat old rivals St Judes in the gathering gloom at Tymon Park last Friday night. The lads now require one point from their last two games to be crowned as Division One Champions.
The Juvenile Boys are currently debating the important issues of team and player selection. To make your views known contact firstname.lastname@example.org for a copy of the discussion documents or talk with your team mentors. Dont foget the All-Ireland Forecast sheets for the big game on Sunday.
Well done to the U15 (1995’s) A Hurlers on beating Ballyboden in the last match of the league last Sunday and finishing in 2nd Place. This weekend it’s Football Champoinship action where the A’s are away to Sylvesters and the B’s are away to Vincents.
On Saturday the under 16’s beat Kilmacud Crokes in their Hurling championship game at Silverpark. An early goal gave Cuala a lead they never relinquished. At half time it was 1-3 to 0-4 and the same margin separated the sides at the conclusion 1-7 to 0-8. This was team effort from all the team including the U15’s who all displayed great courage and conviction and there can be little argument that the best team won. Ballyboden await in the semi final on the 25th September.
Cuala Football School League 2010 is currently up and running every Wednesday in Thomastown from 2.45 to 3.45. With over 19 schools represented and 5 games on at any one time if you just want to watch a good game of football take the dog out for a Wednesday stroll.
Girls School football league starts next Thurs at the same times.
Transition year students: Hope you all did well in the Junior Cert. If any Cuala transition year students may be interested in a career in sport or teaching then test the water and use your work experience in coaching with the Cuala Academy every Saturday morning from 9.30 to 10.30 and/or in the schools with our coaching staff. DON’T FORGET – when Easter Camp or Summer Camp vacancy positions come up we will be picking the coaches with the most experience especially those who gave of their time freely back to coaching in Cuala. Also check the Gaisce President’s Award on the web – a great addition to your CV. So if interested in any of these areas call Willie, Ken or Dayo to secure your place.
As you all know the Cuala Corporate lunch takes place tomorrow. Hosted by our own Des Cahill, we understand the special guest will be in the form of the truly legendary commentator Mícheal O’ Muircheartaigh.Who could forget such quotes as “Pat Fox has it on his hurl and is motoring well now….but here comes Joe Rabbitte hot on his tail…I’ve seen it all now, a Rabbitte chasing a Fox around Croke Park !” “Pat Fox out to the forty and grabs the sliothar, I bought a dog from his father last week. Fox turns and sprints for goal, the dog ran a great race last Tuesday in Limerick. Fox to the 21 fires a shot, it goes to the left and wide……and the dog lost as well.” “Sean Óg o Hailpín….his father’s from Fermanagh, his mother’s from Fiji, neither a hurling stronghold. “It promises to be a great day with a few tales out of school !! Tables still available – just call the Cuala office.