Cuala members will be saddened to learn of the death of Eileen Magee, Grandmother of Cuala Players Seán Magee and Tighernán, Sunniva and Seoinín Shaffery Full Funeral arrangemnents can be found here Ar dheis Dé go raimh a hAnam.
The Cuala U14s are through their Féile Final……
They came back, Lazarus style, from the dead to beat Kilmacud in their last pool match & then Ballyboden in a thrilling Semi.
Final will be in Tallaght Stadium tomorrow at 12:30 vs Whitehall.
Please come & support the boys…CualaAbú
In a time of great joy and great heartbreak in Cuala, it is with great sadness that we inform members of the death of our Club President Jimmy Doyle. On behalf of everyone in Cuala, we offer our sincerest condolences to his wife Eileen, his daughters Evelyn and Fiona, his son Brian and the extended Doyle Family
The GAA will be setting up a ticket office in Cuala from 7-9pm tomorrow ( Wednesday 8th) evening – tickets prices will be 20 Euros for Adults and 5 euros for children (all children, regardless of age need a ticket).
The adult tickets are at a discounted price.
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.
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.