The hall – before Cuala ‘threw its hat into the ring’

Cartlann Digiteach Cualahist_Boxing_thumb likes attics. And if there’s one thing we like even more – it’s people who rummage in attics and bring newly discovered material to our attention. So we were delighted to hear from James Brady when he drew our attention to a 1970’s Souvenir Programme for Dalkey Boxing Club, or to give it its correct title – Dalkey Physical Recreation and Boxing Club. It was discovered in an attic in St Begnets Villas. “What’s this to do with Cuala?” we hear you ask. Well, it might not fit neatly with the history of our club but it sure does give a useful insight into the history of our premises and the people and business that supported it in times past.

The handover of the Hall to Cuala was the subject of a previous posting.

 

See also  Cuala History


Cartlann Digiteach Cuala was established to assemble an on-line archive of images, stories and memorabilia relating to Cuala and its ‘ancestoral’ clubs.  If you have any information or material from the past to share with us, please contact –
Michael Goodwin, 087 2266140,   history@cualagaa.ie
Contributors can be assured that all material will be kept safe, treated with care and returned promptly.