Sheldon or Penny ?
Einstein or Mr Bean ?
Which one are you ?
The 2001 Boys group are holding a Family Table Quiz on Friday 15th November from 7pm- 9pm in The Cuala Social Centre.
Contact Anthea on 086-8752702 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Cuala to host Award 1 Coaching Course this November.The Award 1 Coach Education course is the second award on the coaching pathway of Gaelic games. The course is aimed at coaches that have progressed through the Foundation Award, have experience as a Coach and now wish to bring their coaching skills to the next level.
The Coaching Department have announced its calendar of Coaching Workshops for Academy and U9 & U10 Groups.
The Cuala/SSIP Schools Football league kicked off in huge style this week at Cuala’s Thomastown pitches
Almost 300 boys and Girls on over 20 teams representing representing 14 Schools did battle in the grading round of this popular competition which has been running, in its own quiet fashion, for the past 14 years.
A Chairde Cuala,
Cuala expects to receive an allocation of tickets for forthcoming the All-Ireland Football Finals from the Dublin County Board. We will not know the number of tickets that will be allocated to the club until the week of the All Ireland. However , in this unique year, we fully expect that demand for the tickets will greatly exceed the number of tickets allocated to us. Tickets will, therefore, be allocated to Cuala members by lottery draw.
Only “Full” (i.e. voting) Members of Cuala whose Annual Subscription was paid before 1st March 2013 will be eligible for inclusion in the draw; this includes Full (Adult), Full (Student) Full (Retired) and Full (Honorary) Members.
Qualifying Members who are interested in entering the ticket draw must register their names on the Cuala All Ireland Ticket List
Back to School, Back to Cuala!…..From Little Acorns do Mighty Oaks grow…
Now that all of the children are back at school, the next big thing on the horizon is the Cuala Academy Registration.
Registration for new members, Girls & Boys born in 2008,2007,2006 & 2005 will take place this coming Saturday from 9.30am-11.30am in the Cuala Social Centre.
As part of the Cuala Sports and Social Integration Programme, St. Kevins NS from Sallynoggin took a trip to Croke Park.
There they witnessed Dublin capturing the National League Football Title against Tyrone.
I have no doubt that they picked up some useful football tip on the day, that they will put to good use during the schools blitzes next month. View pictures in Cuala Gallery