Category: Adult Hurling

Another Good Day at the Office for the U21 Hurlers

Our Under-21 Hurlers booked their place in the Final last Sunday when they beat a battling Ballyboden St Endas side in Hyde Road by the narrowest of margins. We hear that, in the other half of the draw, Na Fianna beat Lucan to earn a semi-final appointment with Craobh Ciaran next weekend. Winners will play Cuala on Saturday 13th Feb but the venue has yet to be decided In the meantime, 3 sets of pictures for your viewing pleasure. . .

“Ecstatic” Cuala Juniors in AFL4 Thriller

The Cuala Junior Hurlers gave a magnificent 2nd half display of passion, courage, strength and determination to win this AHL4 match against a quality Parnell’s side winning by the minimum in the last seconds of injury time on a wet & warm evening in Shanganagh Park.

Senior Hurlers overcome Dogged Crumlin

Mon 12th: The introduction of “super-sub” Ger Armstrong turned what looked like a Cuala lost cause into a 2 point victory in this entertaining AHL1 match on a warm, dry evening in Shanganagh Park. Armstrong scored a goal and a…

Junior Hurlers in Second Half Turnover

Fri 9 July: Cuala’s Junior Hurlers gave a magnificent 2nd half display of passion, courage, strength and determination to win this AHL4 match against a quality Parnell’s side winning by the minimum in the last seconds of injury time on…

U21 Hurlers Seal Historic Double

Cuala’s U21 Hurlers overcame Craobh Ciaran in the Dublin County Championship Final and set the seal on an historic double – Champions of Dublin in Hurling and Football. A tremendous outcome reflecting the enormous work done on the pitch and…

Managers Wanted for Adult Teams

The Adult Games Committee are looking to fill 7 Team Management positions (4 Football, 3 Hurling) for the 2009 season. Interested members are invited to submit nominations by email or in writing, to any of the following – Pat Divilly…

Adult Games Chairman’s Report 2008

Paul Linanne presented his Annual Report to the Adults Games AGM on 5 Nov 2008.  It makes for very encouraging reading.  The Committee has presided of another great season some of the highlights being – Michael Fitzsimons,  our star story…

It’s Great to Look at But is it Art?

Of course it is – Hurling, played well, in an environment that Cuala folk have only dreamed about, is surely up there with Caravaggio, Walpole and Gough (Van, that is). And Cuala have just been presented with just the canvass…