Cuala and the wider GAA community was saddened to hear of the recent death of John McKnight, father of Catherine, father-in-law of Fionán Breathnach and much loved grandad of our juvenile players Caoimhe, Orla, Éabha and Eoin Breathnach
Cuala SSIP Manager Damien Byrne wishes to express his appreciation to everyone who helped-out at the Ladies Mini Marathon, the Schools Blitz and the Cuala SSIP Superstars.
Cartlann Digiteach Cuala is delighted to announce the acquisition of a wide-ranging set of photographs and news clippings courtesy of Bridie Dunphy . This 1974 image is of a presentation to mark a wonderful season for the Minors (who finished top of the Dublin Minor Football League) and to honour the achievements of their manager, the late Mick Dunphy.
Damien Byrne, SSIP Manager, has just announced the launch of Cuala’s very own Men’s Shed. A place where men, regardless of age, background, or ability can learn and teach through doing stuff together while improving their own well-being by keeping physically, mentally and socially active. Open every Friday, 11 – 2 starting 10 Feb
The formal Cuala story can be traced from records of games in the area in the late-19th century and on through a variety of mergers, off-shoots, ‘rests’ and ressurections involving local clubs like Cuala Hurling Club, Naomh Mhuire, St Begnet’s, Dalkey Mitchell’s, Roger Casements and Cuala Boys. All of these clubs are part of the great Cuala journey – their history and that of the modern club are inseparable.