Cuala Stories - Sean Brennan

Cuala Stories is a new series where we will be chatting to members of the club from across our wider membership and getting to know what makes Cuala special for them. Next up is Sean Brennan, the man between the sticks for our two All Ireland…

Cuala OSKARS - Braveheart Premiere

Almost a year ago, a gang of Cuala members threw their dignity to the wind and got involved in the Cuala OSKARS. Over the coming weeks, we will bring you the fruits of their work. It was a great fundraiser for the club and a fair bit of…

Cuala Stories - Eamonn Brennan

Cuala Stories is a new series where we will be chatting to members of the club from across our wider membership and getting to know what makes Cuala special for them. Next up is Eamonn Brennan from our U21 Championship side of 1975      One…

Shane's Newsletter

To keep up with the latest interviews and analysis in the GAA world, sign up to the @ShaneSaint OurGame.ie newsletter today Videos with Con, Fitzy, Jack McCaffrey, Ciaran Kilkenny, Chris Crummey, David Treacy and more Dublin stars are on…

Cuala Stories - Niamh O'Connor

Cuala Stories is a new series, written by Cliodhna Reidy, where we will be chatting to members of the club from across our wider membership and getting to know what makes Cuala special for them. Next up is Camogie Coach Niamh O'Connor   I…

Latest Statement from GAA

Covid-19 Update The GAA notes and welcomes the plans published by the government last Friday and some of the dates included relating to the possible return of sporting activity, including Gaelic games. The Association will attempt…

Chairpersons Update

Chairpersons Update Dear Members, I hope this update finds you well, healthy and safe. The last number of weeks have proven to be difficult for us as a nation but equally as a GAA Club. The inability to get out and do what GAA people…

Darkness into Light

Over the past years, Cuala members have turned out in large numbers to support Pieta’s 'Darkness into Light' walk - this year we would encourage members to get up at 5:30am on 9th May to watch the sunrise from their homes - wear the Cuala…