Category: Club News

Anna Hayes R.I.P.

Cuala members will be saddened to hear of the death of Anna Hayes (née O’Brien), mother of Shane Hayes of Cuala’s facilities group and grandmother of Cuala players Annalivia, John & Conal.

Cuala Shopping for Christmas!!

Cuala Shop Christmas opening hours. Hurry while stocks last… The Cuala shop will be open Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday 9-1. Thursday 9-11 and Saturday 9-11.30 as normal.   The shop will also be open this week for anyone struggling…

2018 A.G.M Motions and Nominations

The following motions have been put forward for the 2018 Cuala A.G.M which will take place on Tuesday 11th  December at 7:30 p.m. Venue:   Royal Marine Hotel Attendance: Open to “Full ” members whose Annual Subscriptions were paid before 1 Mar…

Christmas Trees for Herve

Cuala are delighted that this weekend on Saturday and Sunday Christmas trees will be on sale from the clubhouse at Hyde Road from 9am – 5pm. All proceeds will be going towards the medical fund for local boy Herve Rolland.…

Kitty Farren RIP

Cuala members will be saddened to hear of the death of Kitty FARREN (née Mullany), mother of Ladies football mentor Linda and grandmother of Cuala players Aishling, Sinead and Eoin

Alison Kelly- RIP

It is with great sadness that we have to inform you of the passing of Alison Kelly, mother of Cuala players Lughán and Fionn Ó’Riagáin. She will be very sadly missed by her husband Colm, sons, parents Mary Alice and…

Cuala Weekly News: 15 Nov 2018

Good luck to our Senior Footballers who are in action this Sunday with a massive AFL1 League Semi Final against St Vincents. The action gets underway at 11 AM over at their Marino HQ.

Nicholas Quill R.I.P.

It is with great sadness that we learnt today of the passing of Nicky Quill. Nicholas was mentor and selector of Cuala hurling teams incl 1982 Minor Championship runners up  and U21, Junior and Intermediate football mentor including 1988 Junior…

Cuala Weekly News: 8 Nov 2018

Well, I suppose it had to happen but still, we are sorry to see Mattie Kenny leave the club. He is stepping up to become the Dublin Senior Hurling Manager, a job he will no doubt excel at.