Over 50 girls took part in a very successful Juvenile Girls Sponsored Walk last Saturday. Due to some competing events, including the U13 final, not all girls were able to take part so another walk will be held this weekend weather permitting. Anyone who hasn’t returned their sponsorship cards and money please do so next week.- Only one Juvenile girls game was played last weekend due to the weather. The 1996s played Clontarf in the U13 D2 Football Shield Final. After a slow start the girls played a brilliant second half but unfortunately it wasn’t to be and for the third year in a row the Cuala girls were beaten in the final by the same opposition. Once again after thegame however, the girls vowed to be back in the final next year and for as long as it takes to win the title!
The 96s camogie play-off for runners up spot in D3 was postponed but is fixed again for this Saturday in the Phoenix Park against Naomh Maur.-
A vacancy still exists for Dublin Under 14 Girls Manager. Interested persons are invited to apply. Please contact Eoghan Mac Aodhagáin on eMail: email@example.com mobile: 087 9816758 for details.-
The Academy Committee’s “Thank You” Social Night, for Parents and Academy mentors is this Saturday, Nov 21st -in the Cuala Bar, from 9pm ‘til late. All Parents of Children in the Academy are invited to Come and enjoy the “craic agus ceol” and meet the parents of your child(ren)’s team mates. These are the people with whom you will be arranging lifts, carpooling and talking to on the sidelines for many years to come!- Complimentary welcome drink (bring flyer from Sat training)- Enjoy delicious hot food- Music from 9.30pm thanks to the Cuala Session Musicians(traditional, ballads & contemporary covers)-
The U11 Lions will try again to beat the weather and St Judes this Saturday. Their play off for the Division 1A Title is scheduled for Clonkeen at 11am and all support is welcome.Check that pitch is on beforeyou travel.
Congratulations to the U14A Hurlers who finished runners up in Division 1, to the U15 Hurlers who finished runner up in Division 1 to add to their Championship victory, and to the U11 Leopards footballers who have been declared as runners up in Division 1B.
Good luck to the other teams at U12, U13, U14 and U15 who are still in contention for League title or runners up spots over the next couple of weeks.-
Many thanks to all those who attended the Juvenile Boys AGM last week.Congratulations to Rob Hartnett, Stephen Connolly, Cormac O’Tighearnaigh and Jenny Drummond who retain their officer positions for 2010 and to Donal Murphy who becomes Leas Cathaoirleach.-
Mentors and parents, fancy a relaxing inexpensive night out? Forget the recession and join other Cuala patrons, parents and friends in Killiney Castle on the 3rd of December at 8pm and be entertained by the acclaimed Gardiner Gospel Street Choir. Enjoy the music, mulled wine, mince pies and chill out – all included in the €20 ticket price! This is a night not to be missed, so get your orders in quickly to avoid disappointment. Tickets can be purchased from Stephen Connolly (087-6863476) or Michael Jackson(086-2375736).-
Reminder to get your Christmas trees at Cuala on Sat 12th and Sun 13th December. Please support Cuala in purchasing your tree this year.- Cuala have a music session in the bar most Saturday nights please. The session is going great with lots of musicians supporting it. The music is not just traditional it has a great variety, anything from The Beatles toTurlough O Carolan. Why not check it out and its FREE!
Congratulations to David Treacy who won Dublin Young Player of the Year award from Dublin Hurling Supporters Club.
Well done to Shane Murphy and David who wore both nominated for the Evening Herald/Dublin Bus Dublinhurling team of the year.
Well done to the senior footballers who beat Kilmacud Crokes on Monday llast under lights. Best of luck to the U21 footballers who are in Championship action on Saturday against Erins Isle. Good luck also to theSenior hurlers who are in Championship action on Sunday. Again check all fixtures before you travel as many pitches are off this weekend.