Author: Ronan

Family Table Quiz

The 2004 Boys are heading into their féile year, and next week on Friday the 17th they are having a Family Table Quiz from 7.30pm in Seapoint Rugby Club as their big Féile fundraiser. All welcome to come along. Tables…

U14 Huling Féile na nGael this Saturday

Best of luck to Cuala 03 Boys in their U14 Huling Féile na nGael this Saturday. The Bs are at home in Thomastown – the As away at Craobh Chiarain, Clonshaugh. Come on up and give them your support! Matches…

Juvenile Boys Hurling Féile is Here

The Cuala boys 2002 Hurling Féile will be on in Thomastown on this Saturday 16th April. The matches start at 10.30 am and finish at 1:30 pm Drop in to support the U14 lads, bring a few sandwiches or snacks!

Family Bingo Night !

Friday November 13th, the Cuala Hall at 7.30 pm. All the family welcome….including Granny and Grandad! Special Offer – Book 2 tables for €50 (10 x Bingo Books and 10 x Raffle Entries). Come and support the 2005 boys in this great fundraiser for all the family.

Cuala Boys Back on Track to Carlow

On Sunday, Sep 13th, we’ll see a large group of Cuala’s finest young talents heading down to a hurling tournament hosted by Ballinkillen Hurling Club in Carlow. We will see our teams competing at u8 , u10 and u12 levels. The tournament is being held in honour of Eoghan and Ruari Chada, who were keen hurlers at the club before their tragic deaths.

Cuala Boys Head to Carlow

Unfortunately this event has had to be postponed until Sunday, Sep 13th, due to the tragic death of 14 year old Donal English Hayden in a farming accident during the week in Ballon, Carlow. Our thoughts and prayers are with the family.

Foundation Coaching Course

Cuala Coaching are running a Foundation Award Coaching course on 11th, 12th & 13th June in Cuala.

Times are 7-10 on the Thursday and Friday evenings and 9.00-12 on the Saturday.

Places on the course are limited but there is plenty of room for now.

Juvenile Games Thrive in Dublin

Dublin GAA continues to be the leading county in Ireland in the promotion and development of Gaelic Games for the youth of our county across all communities. Go Games were first introduced to Dublin in 2000 and have successfully enhanced the young child’s formative experience, participation and enjoyment of hurling and football. Since 2011 player participation rates at Go Games have grown by the impressive rates of 15% for football and 29 % for hurling. Very importantly we see an increase in the number of juveniles playing both hurling and football with 82% of all CCC1 players now playing both codes. Dublin is most certainly a Dual County!