Category: Juvenile Girls

Foundation Coaching Course October 2017

Cuala Coaching are running a Foundation Award Coaching Course on 6th, 7th & 8th October 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.

Cuala Junior A DLGFA Champions

Comhgairdeas to our 1st Adult Ladies Football team who are Dublin LGFA Junior A Champions after a six point win over Lucan Sarsfields in Fingallians ground last night. The final score was Cuala 3:15(24) Lucan Sars 3:9(18). Many thanks to all those who…

John McKnight – RIP

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 03 Girls and mentors

The 03 Girls are looking forward to competing in the 2017 Dublin Feile na nGael this Saturday in Naomh Olaf. They would love some support and it’s not too far away so, if you can, please get down and support…

Camán to Croker

Easter Monday last was a day to remember for Cuala’s 05 Girls who were among the 1200 girls from 64 clubs who took part in the Camogie Association’s Camán to Croker event in Croke park. After registration the girls had…

05 Girls Spring 2017 Fixtures

  We will be fielding 2 x 11 a side teams this season. Location and times are all provisional and will be confirmed via e-mail/whatsapp in the week before matches. Home team is listed first.   Saturday 1 April 1…

Céilí Lá ‘le Padraig

If anybody is looking for some great family entertainment to start off the big weekend, look no further than the St Patrick’s Day Féile Céilí in the Cuala Halla on Thursday March 16th 2017, from 7:00-9:00pm. This fantastic family event just…

2002 Girls win U14B Camogie Championship Final

22.10.2016 Cuala 7-3, St. Oliver Plunkett’s Eoghan Ruadh 0-4 Cuala faced an unknown quantity in Plunketts for the first time in the U14B Camogie Championship Final in a very wide and fairly damp O’Toole Park in Crumlin last Saturday morning.…