Cuala has always been very open and welcoming in integrating people with additional needs into our club and we commend our coaches for their successful work to date. We are now embarking formally to fully integrate children with disabilities into our club by up-skilling and empowering our mentors through a “Cual-A-bility training course to be held on Sat. Nov 18 in Ballyogan Community Centre (Updated venue!) , 10:00 – 4:00 p.m.)
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
As part of the Cuala transition year programme, a day was organised for all ty students from different clubs around Dublin to come together to get to know each other through a non competitive environment. The day started at 9:45…
Last Saturday eight members of Cuala travelled to the National University of Galway to be conferred with a Certificate in Youth leadership and Community Action. Cuala 99’s and 2000′ Kevin, Ryan, Mairead, Orlaith, Michael, Sinead, Ronan and Cormac were conferred…
Gambling addiction is becoming more prevalent in Irish society – especially among young men involved in sport. This seminar is an important resource for players, coaches and parents who have an interest in this area.
SSIP Project Manager, Damien Byrne, reminds us that the Womens Mini Marathon has traditionally enjoyed great support of Cuala. We want to maintain this fine tradition in 2016 and were looking for youth and adult volunteers to help administer Water Stations on 6 June.
All players who emailed or completed on-line Consent forms please note that the Games takes place this Thursday at UCD. Meet at 9.45am at the main entrance UCD Sports Complex. Tracksuit, boots and runners required. Dressing room provided. Bring €5 for lunch. Finishing time 4pm.