I’m not sure about you but I’m looking forward to the summer break:

The Under 10 boys (2000s) rounded off this part of the season in the now traditional way with a Mini All Ireland competition in Thomastown over the last week. The lads continue to show great determination and enthusiasm, and no little skill, both in the Mini All Ireland and in their regular Go Games each Saturday.

The girls juvenile pre summer season is almost at a close with only the U14s (1996s) still in action with one remaining camogie league game to secure a play-off for second spot in their league. There were some great league campaigns overall with the U11s (1999s) coming second in their football league and the U13s (1997s) in joint top spot in their camogie league with a play-off after the summer. The U10s (2000s) also put in some great performances winning most of their camogie and football games in non competitive leagues. The Under 12 (1998) Girls also secured second place in the Division 2 Camogie League, and promotion to Division 1, with a hard fought victory over Raheny last Saturday. Alongside retaining their Div 1 status in Football, this was a great achievement by the girls and a great return on all of their hard work in training and matches.

A number of the younger juvenile boys groups will be having informal puc and cic arounds over the summer break. Please check with mentors to see if anything is planned for your age group. If you are not staying with your lad, always make sure the session is on before leaving them out of the car as mentors need a break as well and there will be some sessions that do not take place.

All players from 5 to 15 don’t forget the Cuala Summer Camp starts next Monday! So if you forget to register do today, call Susan in the office rom 9.30 to 12.30 at 2350717 or come on down on Monday morning before the rush at 9.30 and register on the day.

Well done to the U15’s (1995’s) their “A” team had a 4 point win over Kilmacud Crokes in Hurling last Sunday morning and their “B” team a good win over Lucan sarsfield on Tuesday night.The “A”s also had a great win over Ballyboden in the league on Thursday Senior Footballers continue their league campaign with an away league match at St Marks on Saturday evening. Throw in 6.30 , all support welcome.

The Cuala Ladies were beaten by St Finian’s last Wednesday who had their revenge on the drubbing given to them in Hyde Rd last week. . A penalty awarded in the dying moments gave Cuala a goal which took the bare look of the scoreline so we came away with a 5 point deficit, 0-16 to 1-08. Probably no game next week as the opponents have pulled out of the League.

Here’s something for the girls – there is 10% off for Cuala girls enrolling with www.sewingdublin.com. Something to keep you busy over the summer and make something useful too? (boys welcome too!)