Famous CUS Past Pupils

David Malone, swam in 4 Paralympic Games, seen here in Beijing 2008. He won a silver medal in Atlanta 1996, Gold in Sydney 2000, and Bronze in Athens 2004. He is one of the highest-achieving Irish Sports stars with a career spanning 15 years.          2008 Beijing Paralympic Games - Swimming Wednesday 10th 2008 Beijing Paralympic Games Preview - Paralympic Athletes Village

Ronnie Delaney, 1956, Gold Medal in 1500 metres in the Melbourne Olympic Games.

Bhuaigh Ronnie Delaney i Melbourne 1956

Sebastian Barry, award winning author. Winner of the 2008 Costa Book of the Year and he has been shortlisted twice for the Man Booker Prize for Fiction.

Eoin Morgan, played cricket for Ireland in the 2008 World Cup, has a professional contract with Middlesex Cricket club and has played for the English cricket team recently.

Ireland v Netherlands - Quadrangular Series Ireland v Pakistan - ICC Cricket World Cup 2007

Graham Linehan, co-wrote the very popular comedy  ‘ Fr Ted ‘ .

Dean Rock, is a member of the current Dublin, Senior Gaelic football squad. He played Minor and in 2010 won an All-Ireland Under 21 medal.

Dean Rock 2010

Tadhg Purcell, seen here while with Shamrock Rovers,  played in England then with Darlington FC, managed by Steve Staunton. Currently with Northhampton FC.

Tadhg Purcell – Shamrock Rovers

Glen Killane, Head of Sport in R.T.E

David McAllister – Sheffield United

David McAllister,  St Patrick’s Athletic playing midfield,  formerly of Shelbourne FC and since Jan 2011, David has been signed by Sheffield United.

Mick McGrath (CUS 2009)Mick McGrath
Mick McGrath left CUS in 2009, already a very talented Rugby player. He is now playing with Leinster.