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This is a novel way to raise money for your GAA club

The Cuala Senior hurlers are based in Dalkey, County Dublin.

Some of the Cuala Senior hurling players.
Some of the Cuala Senior hurling players.

THE CUALA SENIOR hurling team will play Craobh Chiaráin on 7 October in Parnell Park in the Senior Club championship quarter-final, and they are desperately trying to raise funds to help take them over the championship line.

The club are attempting to raise €10,000 to help cover running costs, which would cover facilities rent (pitches/gym), coaching, equipment and transport.

And their novel idea to raise money involves a series of gifts in return for certain donations:

  • €10 – Become an Official Cuala Senior Hurling 2015 supporter.
  • €25 – Autographed Cula senior hurlers 2015 photo.
  • €70 – Win a sliotar autographed by Cuala’s Dublin senior hurlers.
  • €201 – Date Ros Tierney in the Corner Note Café, Dalkey (Ros enjoys long walks, listening, and burying lively corner-forwards!)
  • €202 – Date Conor Hayes in Benito’s restaurant, Dalkey (Conor has great hair, speaks fluent French and pulls hard!)
  • €203 – Date Luke Keough in the Tramyard Café, Dalkey (Luke benches 120kg, tackles anything that moves and knows all the lyrics to ‘A Whole New World!)
  • €204 – Date Jake Malone in the Victoria Asian Cuisine restaurant, Monkstown (Jake is the baby of the team, is a great stick-man and has the stamina of a young Springbok!)
  • €350 – Win a forwards and free-taking coaching session for your team.
  • €351 – Win a backs and defending coaching session for your team.
  • €400 – Win two nights bed & breakfast for two people in any Jury’s Hotel in Ireland or the UK.
  • €550 – Win autographed/framed Dublin Senior Football and hurling 2015 squad jerseys.

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If you fancy any of the above prizes you can donate here.

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