NOTICE VERY IMPORTANT NOTICE RE: Garda Vetting (E-Vetting) & GAA Child Protection Requirements. Further to the recent Child Protection legislation (April 29th) and under the GAA Our Game – Our Code guidelines all Cuala coaches/mentors/adults (& 16-18 year olds)…
POWERSCOURT GOLF CLUB – FRIDAY 17TH FEBRUARY 2016 saw the Cuala Senior Hurling team reach unprecedented levels of success in retaining the Dublin Senior Hurling Championship and the Division 1 Dublin Senior Hurling League titles. Then to cap off an…
MEETING NEXT WEDNESDAY 25TH JANUARY As all Cuala members will be aware 2016 saw the Senior Hurling team reach unprecedented levels of success in retaining the Dublin Senior Hurling Championship and the Division 1 Dublin Senior Hurling League titles. Then…
GAA plan to introduce mandatory coaching standards at the end of 2017. Under theses new rules the lead coach of every team must be qualified to Award 1 level.
The optimum time for doing and running these courses is in the winter when matches are few and far between. Cuala Coaching will be running only one of these couses in 2017.
Cuala Coaching have organised a Child Protection Basic Awareness course for Thursday 9th June at 8pm in the Meeting Room. The course is limited to 30 participants so anyone interested should email Ken Fitz as soon as possible to book a place.
Congratulations to the 5 Cuala Minor players that featured for the 2017 Dublin Senior Colleges South hurling team in their win over Antrim colleges on 7th Jan (last Sat) in Abbotstown. Cormac Quinn,Liam Murphy,Kevin Kirwan , Diarmaid O’Flionn,,Mark Tracy
All Cuala members will be saddened to learn of the passing of Peggy Treacy, mother of John Treacy and Grandmother to Sean, Alison and David Treacy. Funeral details can be found here Ar Dheis Dé a anam dílis
Cuala Coaching are running a Foundation Award Coaching Course on 12th, 13th & 14th January in Cuala.
Times are 7-10 on the Thursday and Friday evenings and 9.00-12.30 on the Saturday.
Places on the course are limited but there is plenty of room for now.
A lot of coaches in the club have done this course already and highly recommend it.
It’s very enjoyable, enlightening and good fun.
At a packed Red Cow Hotel on Friday night Cuala’s own Damian Byrne was named the Friends of Dublin Hurling Hall of Fame winner for 2016.
Nobody was more surprised than the man himself. He was presented with the award by the Lord Mayor of Dublin Brendan Carr.
As the Senior Hurlers prepare for this weekend’s Leinster SHC final, seven players were named on the 2016 Dublin Bus/Herald Dubs Stars hurling selection. In the backline keeper Seán Brennan as well as defenders Cian O’Callaghan and Paul Schutte are…