Cuala CLG

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Cuala GAA Club
Cuala CLG
Founded: 1974
County: Dublin
Colours: Red and White
Grounds: Dalkey, Meadow Vale, Thomastown, Shankill
Coordinates: 53°17′14.50″N 6°11′58.93″W / 53.2873611°N 6.1997028°W / 53.2873611; -6.1997028Coordinates: 53°17′14.50″N 6°11′58.93″W / 53.2873611°N 6.1997028°W / 53.2873611; -6.1997028
Playing kits
Standard colours
Senior Club Championships
All Ireland Leinster
champions
Dublin
champions
Hurling: 1 1 5

Cuala Gaelic Athletic Association [ˈkuəl̪ˠə] is a Dublin GAA club based in a sports and social centre in Dalkey which is situated in the south of Dublin, Ireland. Cuala has playing facilities in Dalkey, Glenageary, Meadow Vale/Clonkeen Park, Shankill and Sallynoggin

The club name derives from Cualu or Cuala, an ancient kingdom of Ireland that stretched roughly from the Liffey to Arklow.[1]

Honours[edit]

Hurling[edit]

Ladies' Gaelic Football[edit]

  • 2004 - Dublin Junior D Champions
  • 2006 - Dublin Junior C Champions
  • 2007 - Dublin Div 2 Feile Champions [Under 14s]
  • 2010 - Dublin Div 4 League winners
  • 2010 - Dublin Group B Championship winners
  • 2014 - Dublin Football Div1 U13 Championship winners
  • 2015 - Dublin Football Div1 U14 Championship winners
  • 2016 - Dublin Football Div1 U15 Championship winners

Camogie[edit]

  • 2016 - Dublin Camogie Division 5 League Winners
  • 2016 - Dublin Camogie Division 7 League Winners
  • 2015 - Dublin Camogie Division 5 Championship winners
  • 2014 - Dublin Camogie Division 1 U13 Plate Finalist
  • 2015 - Dubline Camogie Division 1 Semi Finalist
  • 2015 - All Ireland Féile Divisional Finalist

Men's Gaelic Football[edit]

Notable players[edit]

  • Mick Holden, represented Dublin at all levels both hurling and football, 1983 Senior All-Ireland football winner
  • Michael Fitzsimons, member of the Dublin teams that won the All-Ireland Championship in 2011, 2013, 2015 & 2016.
  • Con O'Callaghan Dublin senior footballer
  • David Treacy Dublin senior hurler
  • Mark Schutte Dublin senior hurler
  • Cian O'Callaghan Dublin senior hurler
  • Paul Schutte or Sicknote. Ex Dublin Senior Hurler, better known for star role on controversial Sky1 reality show - There's something about Miriam (2003).
  • Oisin Gough,
  • John Sheanon Ex Dublin Dual Player
  • Martha Byrne Dublin U21 & Senior, UCD

References[edit]

  1. ^ [1]
  2. ^ "All-Ireland club SHC final: Ballyea no match for classy Cuala". Hogan Stand. 17 March 2017. Retrieved 17 March 2017. 
  3. ^ "History-making Cuala far too slick for sloppy Gaels". Irish Independent. 5 December 2016. Retrieved 6 December 2016. 
  4. ^ "Treacy and Cronin inspire Cuala to end 21-year wait for silverware". Irish Independent. 2 November 2015. Retrieved 2 November 2015. 
  5. ^ "Dublin SHC final: Cuala retain crown thanks to Cronin's goal". Hogan Stand. 29 October 2016. Retrieved 2 November 2016. 

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