Cuala Weekly News 2007

Best of luck to David Treacy, Oisin Gough and Paul Schutte and all the Dublin Minor hurlers who play in the All-Ireland Semi-Final against Cork this weekend.

Hard luck to the intermediate football team who were narrowly defeated by St. Peregrines in the league on Wednesday.

The Junior 4 footballers were also narrowly defeated by Liffey Gaels in the league on Thursday.

Congratulations to the 5 Cuala lads, namely Conor O’Brien, Craig Lawlor, Conor Quinn, Philip O’ Donnell and Mark Schutte who are on the Dublin U16 Development Squad.

Adult hurling and football training continues at 7.30 every Tuesday and Thursday in Shankill and Dalkey respectively.

The U-13 B semi final against Castleknock will take place on August 28th.

DLRCC have just confirmed that “Invitations to Tender” for the building of the Thomastown Park dressing-rooms will be posted in the Press over the coming few days!

At a meeting with Dun Laoghaire-Rathdown Co Co representatives , the County Manager committed to the development of one all-weather synthetic pitch with lights in Stepaside for all 7 GAA Clubs in the borough, and an all-weather ‘grass’ pitch with lights suggested for Shanganagh Park.

The Development Committee is pushing for a time-line on Thomastown Park dressing-rooms. “Cuala Work-days” will continue over the summer months to complete a lot of work that we need to get done to improve the standard of our facilities. We need everyone’s help to get this work done. Please offer a hand.

The Hall & Bar are an important source of revenue and increasingly, are attracting non-club related events such as the recent Kick-boxing Tournament. If you have any contacts with groups or organisations who might need the Hall & Bar to run an event, please don’t hesitate to contact Enda or Fintan on 086 6053964 or 086 3989582 respectively.

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