Cuala Weekly News

U10 Footballers had a great win over Crokes last Saturday in two tighly contested matches – our boys emerging victors on aggregate score of 84 points to 79. Best of luck to Jake Malone, Con O’Callaghan and Daithi O Murchú in the annual Dublin South vs Dublin North Easter Tournament. Our boys are representing the southside in the all-day blitz in Naomh Mearnog on Saturday.
Good Féile win for Cuala U14s last weekend against Whitehall Colmcilles – a great start to proceedings. Next up is Na Fianna – keep it up lads!
Senior Hurlers play Kinnity from Offaly in first match of Leinster League, Bank Holiday Monday 2pm, Hyde Park.
The new girls juvenile committee is now up and running and is responsible for the following teams entered in this years camogie and football leagues: U12 Camogie (1996), U12 Football A (1996), U12 Football B (1996 & 1997), U11 Camogie (1997), U10 Football (1998), U10 Camogie (1998) and U9 Camogie (1999). As there are five new teams entered this year, equipment is at a premium so if anyone out there has any unused equipment e.g. jerseys, footballs, sliotars, etc please contact Fintan Quill 086-8197352. More importantly, although the girls section is going from strength to strength, we are particularly in need of U11’s (1997s) this year. If you have any sisters, daughters or nieces of this age why not find out if they and their friends would be interested in coming to training some evening. Beginners particularly welcome. Please contact Eileen Quill 087-2241032 for details.
Annual Awards night scheduled for 26th April in Killiney Castle – get your tickets early as last year we ran out of tickets!
The first ever Cuala Juvenile Night at the Dogs at Shelbourne Park has been confirmed for Thursday evening May 15th. ‘Coiste na Madra’ has been formed and tickets will be going on sale during the first week of April through each of the Juvenile age groups.
“Phanton Goalpost Painter”(Garrett McDermott) has struck again – painting the upper posts in Thomastown this time. If you spot someone with tins of paint, a long ladder be sure to say thanks – true volunteer – saw a job that needed to be done and just went and did it.
The St. Patrick’s Céile was a great success – nearly 400 club member and friends enjoyed a great night. Thanks to all the organising committe and many helpers for a fantastic event.
An Domhnach seo chughainn, beidh Áth Cliath agus Corcaigh ag imirt sa Sraith Náisiúnta Camógaíocht, Roinn 1 i Glenalbyn ag 2pm. Fáilte roimh luch tacaíochta mór do na fóirne seo.
Dublin vs Monaghan match was cancelled last weekend, replay is Sunday 23rd MArch at 2.30pm in Parnell Park. Tickets for postponed game will be accepted at the turnstiles. Stand tickets are all allocated – additional terrace tickets will be available from the County Board.

20.03.08