Club News

November 8, 2018

31st January 2011


2011 club membership is due again and can be paid in Pat Faulkner’s or M&F’s shops, or indeed to any committee member.  Membership remains the same at €50 for players (€30 for Students/Unemployed) and €20 for Juvenile or Non-Players.

Players can also be paid to your various team managers or captains and can also be paid online. Just click here for those that are away from the town. 
The club membership is a vital part of the club’s finances and it is imperative that all club members pay same over the next month or so to ensure the club can continue to be properly run. 

The Club is also looking at arranging a number of discounts that will only be available to club members throughout the year, but more details will follow on that. Also, if you ain’t a paid up member, then don’t come looking for tickets when Cavan get to the All-Ireland……


With Seniors, Juniors and Minors already out working of the Xmas excess, the younger Stars are not to be outdone. The highly successful indoor training resumes on Sunday 6th from 11.30am to 1pm in the Community Centre and will continue each week until the outdoor training starts up in late March. Cost remains just €1.


The Club Dinner Dance is on Friday 11th February 2011 and will take place in The Bailie Hotel. Tickets are €35 and are available from Pat Faulkner, Kevin Sheils and all committee members! The 2010 Senior Championship medals will be presented on the night and music is by The Texas Wildcats.
This promises to be a great night to mark the Seniors’ championship success.  Remember though, this function is open to members and non-members alike.  The great atmosphere around the town last September & October, notably the day & night of the Championship victory was created by the whole community and we would encourage everyone who delighted in this success to try and make the night if at all possible.


After the success of the Community Development Workshop earlier this month, the club has progressed on our five year strategic plan  after great work from the various sub-committees. This plan will now be launched at the club dinner dance when Ulster Council President, Aogan Ó Fearghail, and County Board Chairman, Tom O’Reilly will be in attendance.

This plan will be the framework for how the club is run at all levels over the next five years and copies of the plan will be available from the committee and will also be available to view/download from the club website.


Kingscourt Stars GAA are running a GAA prediction competition over the course of the course of the seven weeks of the NFL, starting next weekend. You just complete the 16 matches with home wins, away wins or draw. It’s €3 per week and €100 1st prize.

If you want to enter, you can collect an entry form from Kevin Sheils or Niall Smith or e-mail for an entry form. We also have an online entry on the website, so just click here to try your luck.  

Closing date for weekly entries are Saturday at 1pm. Results will be posted on and appear on weekly club notes & online newsletter.


The Level One Training Course being ran by the club was been re-arranged.  It will now take place on the last two Fridays & Saturdays in February ( 18th, 19th, 25th & 26th) in the Community Centre. If anyone was any queries on it, you can contact James Brown on 086 8640380


Remember you can follow the club via Twitter and Facebook by logging on and checking out the updates.  Don’t worry, we still also allow people to actually come down and watch training or matches, if you prefer the old fashioned form of support….


The winning numbers in this week’s lotto were 13, 17, 25 & 28 (Bonus 03). There was no jackpot winner and just the one Match 3, with Margaret Farrelly winning €200. Next week’s draw takes place in Freemans on Sunday 7th February and the jackpot will be €2,200 (€7,200 including the bonus). To buy a ticket, just click here.