Category: 2009 News Archive

Cuala Weekly News

Well we got a nice early Chrismas present thanks to our U21 footballer who are champions of Dublin! Cuala are Dublin U21 Football Champions after 33 years. They defeated Crokes 2-7 to 0-6 last Sunday to win in some style.…

Cuala Weekly News

Unless you’ve moved to Mars to avoid the budget, you will know that on Sunday next 13th December at 11am Cuala are in the U21 A Championship Football Final v Kilmacud Crokes in O’Toole Park. Read on:No matter what’s thrown…

Cuala Weekly News

Hard luck on the U11 Lions footballers who just missed out in their rearranged play off for the Division 1A Title. It was a brave performance on an unfamiliar all weather surface but just came up short. Still, plenty to…

Cuala Weekly News

Tickets for the 1st ever Cuala ‘Ladies Lunch’ go on sale on December 1st. This fundraising lunch is being organised by the Juvenile Girls and will be held in the Killiney Castle on Friday 8th January @ 2:30pm. Cost E40.…

Cuala Weekly News

Over 50 girls took part in a very successful Juvenile Girls Sponsored Walk last Saturday. Due to some competing events, including the U13 final, not all girls were able to take part so another walk will be held this weekend…

Cuala Weekly News

Its getting to AGM time again of the year so please try to attend and contribute. Two ‘01 Camogie teams took part in a County Board organised Blitz in the Phoenix Park on Saturday last. A large number of teams…

Cuala Weekly News

Bank holiday weekend nearly upon us, dont forget to put the clocks back Congratulations to the Cuala 1997 girls who captured the first title for the Cuala Juvenile Girls section with a hard fought two point win against Ringsend side…

Cuala Weekly News

We need everyone once again to support the Part 8 application for lights and back-nets in Hyde Park so we can use these pitches throughout the winter months.Its very simple. Write a short letter to the Council saying you support…

Cuala Weekly News

Sincere thanks to all who made the Fun-Day such a success. Weather was once again benign and we got a great crowd. Firstly, on behalf of Cuala we would like to extend our sympathies to Maire Ui Scolai and Eamon…