Category: Coaching

‘Cuala Listens………..’

A Butcher, a baker, a candlestick maker or at least the equivalent in physical and mental health expertise that exists in Cuala came together for a conversation last week. The gathering established that we have an understanding of our welfare needs and a great desire to…

Player Injury Support Scheme

Player Injury Support Scheme: Further to the proposal tabled at the last AGM, An Coiste Cuala have investigated and examined a number of options relating to the feasibility of introducing and implementing a self-funding subvention scheme for Cuala players. Having…

Calling all interested in adult camogie

Of the 42 Dublin clubs playing camogie, Cuala now have the third largest number of juvenile girls playing, with 375 players registered in 2013, and all from a position of having no juvenile camogie teams a short 9 years ago.…

Cardiac Arrest Awareness Week

  This week in Cuala, we want to draw the attention of all Cuala members to Cardiac Arrest and what you can do if someone is affected. Approximately 10,000 people die from cardiovascular disease every year in Ireland and it…

Games Development Initiative – Update

Congratulation to Donal Murphy who has been appointed Cuala’s new Games Development Officer . He faces a demanding challenge in the months ahead as he leads an initiative to improve and enhance the development of all our under-age players. This will involve bringing increased consistency and quality to player and team development and fostering a culture of sharing of experience across teams and age groups.

‘Cuala Tuesday’ After School Coaching

The Coaching department have resumed their ‘Cuala Tuesday’ After School Coaching for girls and boys in 1st and 2nd class.
The sessions are run by our Club Coaches Ken FitzGerald and Willie Braine with assistance from parents.

Keeping Them in the Game

This ERSI Report on Taking Up and Dropping Out of Sport and Exercise in Ireland will be of interest to all Cuala Coaches and Managers. Although it covers all sports, there are some significant findings in relation to Gaelic Games and for adolescent players in particular.