Club News

November 8, 2018


After the longest winter break in memory, training starts up this week with the boots having to be dusted off for 8pm on Friday.  As always, any new or old players looking for one more comeback, are more than welcome to join the fold and will be gladly accepted if they hit the Park on Friday night.

After training, there will be a club social night in Murtagh’s Bar  where last year’s Seniors & Juniors will both be presented with their league medals following last year’s table-topping promotion successes.  This should be a great night with food & entertainment all provided on the night.  There is no cover charge for the night but there will be a donations box at the door with all proceeds going to Concern’s Haiti Appeal.


The club held it’s first ever juvenile registration day in the Club Pavillion on Saturday morning and it proved a huge success with nearly 150 children of all ages, races and backgrounds involved.  With refreshments available and old matches, pictures and articles on show it was great to see young and old staying around enjoying themselves.

A big thanks to all those who volunteered and good luck to all the players and management in the season ahead.
For existing adult and underage members who have not yet paid up, tick, tock, tick tock!!! Registrations can be made to team management, committee members or dropped into Pat Faulkner or M&F.

To make it even easier for ye, this year you have got the added option of going online.  Just go to and follow the simple instructions and we will send out our new membership card to you and you will avail of all the perks of being a member of Kingscourt Stars GAA…..


The Minors got their first victory of the season at the weekend with a hard-fought 1-9 to 1-7 victory over Castlerahan down the Park.  An early Cian McArdle penalty setting them on the right road.  A small report and pictures from the match are now on the website.  Next up is an away match v Shercock on Sunday (28th) @ 2pm.


Training for the U-14’s starts on Sunday at 11.30am down the park.  Dave Burke & Pat Faulkner will take charge this year and as usual new members are most welcome, even if you didn’t make the registration day at the weekend.


You have one week left to vote for your choice for the next broadcast on Stars TV.  Just go to  and vote for one of the following three classics:  the 1990 Senior Ulster Semi v St Galls, 1999 Junior B Final v Ramor and the 1997 Minor Final v Erne Gaels. 

With the popularity of the site, we have plans a foot to expand things, so watch this space!  Also, don’t forget you can sign up to our weekly newsletter, online lotto and club membership all with the click of a button on the website.


The nominees have been revealed for the 11th Cavan GAA Media Awards, sponsored by The Anglo-Celt, ahead of the awards night which will take place in the Hotel Kilmore on Friday, March 5 at 8.30pm. 

There are nine different categories and the club have nominees in two of them with Barry Reilly and Raymond Cunningham nominated for Minor Footballer and Club Handballer of the Year respectively.  To vote for Barry and Ray, or any of the other categories, you can return the voting form that appears in the Celt or send an e-mail to

This week’s draw took place in Malones. There was no jackpot but the four Match 3 winners won €100 each.  The winning numbers were 01, 06, 11 & 18 (Bonus 24).  The next draw will take place in Clarkes on Sunday 28th February and the jackpot will be €6,800.

The club will be taking part in the County Heats in Ballyconnell on Saturday night with representatives in the Recitation and Question time. Best of luck to all involved.