Cuala Weekly News

The club wish to send their condolences to Jo Golden on the death of her mother who died at the age of 100 recently.

Well done to the U10 footballers who beat Ballinteer St.Johns and K.Crokes last Saturday.

Good luck to the U10 hurlers who will be playing in an All-Ireland competition featuring Na Piarsigh of Cork and teams from Wexford,Tipperary as well as Dublin on Sunday afternnon next.

Well done to the U12s who had a good victory against Ballyboden in Div2 football last Saturday. They now head the league and are itching to get back to Div1 football.

Well done also to the U13s footballers against Clontarf.

Best of luck to the U13 hurlers who play Kilmacud Crokes in the Div1 Championship final next weekend. Match fixed for 4pm and all support most welcome.

The U14As had a good win vs Whitehall while the U14B Footballers had a very close match vs Croi Ro Naofa last Saturday. This was a crucial game to keep in contention for the league title. However when Cuala keeper Conor Bass made a crucial save with a few minutes to go, the ref awarded a highly controversial penalty which was scored to leave a two point lead for Croi. Cuala bombarded the Croi net but were unable to break down their defence in the dying minues.
Well done to the Girls U13 team on reaching the Final Div 2 championship. The girls beat St. Anne’s by a 2 point margin in the semi-final in Meadowvale last Sunday in a very close game. The game was level with 5 minutes remaining but points by Amy Bell and Fiona Craddock secured victory. Fiona was the captain on the day and had an outstanding game.
Juvenile AGM will take place on Tuesday november 11th. Nominations for officer positions and motions for the AGM must be submitted to Rob Hartnett or Ken O’Sullivan by Monday Nov. 3rd.

Hard luck to the Minor footballers who were narrowly defeated in the Championship by Trinity Gaels.
Well done to the Senior hurlers who recorded a good victory over Naomh Mearnog on Saturday afternoon in the Championship play-offs.

Hard luck to the Junior C hurlers who were narrowly defeated by Erin’s Isle in the Championship final in O’ Toole Park last Sunday. Despite a gallant performance and not much luck, Isles ran out stronger in the end. The Cuala team was populated predominantly by Minors (some who had already played Minor championship in the morning) and U21s, and did very well against an experienced Isles outfit. Great performances – check out the photos on the website.

Training under lights has commenced in Loreto this week. Remember no boots – runners only and please respect the neighbours and hosts.

Find attached registration form for the upcoming Cuala Mid-term camp. All information is contained therein.
There are still places left on the Level one Football coaching course starting on Nov 3rd. Any one interested should let Caroline Kenny (Cuala GPO) know asap.