Club News

November 8, 2018



Despite a shaky start, Kingscourt secured top spot in Division Two with another comfortable win (eventually) in O’Raghallaigh Park on Saturday afternoon. An early deficit was slowly overcame and a 20mth minute Ryan McCormack penalty set the side on their way.  For a more detailed reports and pictures from the match please check out


Kingscourt’s final league match is away to Cootehill on Sunday 25th October at 2pm with the league play-offs to follow in November




The Juniors faced Belturbet in Stradone on Saturday at 4pm in the Division 4 League Semi-Final. Having already secured promotion to Division 3, the side will be looking to claim some silverware to round of the season.




Mobile phone company, Vodafone have teamed up with the GAA to over  a unique way for you to support your favourite GAA club.  Once you sign up, the club will receive 5% of your monthly bill, whether you are bill or prepay.  To sign up costs you or the club nothing and you do not even need to be a member of the club to participate.


You can sign up directly on the website and register directly. You only need to leave your name, number & the club name and it takes 30 seconds.  Alternatively you can leave your details on the designated sheets in the dressing room or pop into M&F or Pat or indeed any committee member.

Way pack in March the Senior panel ran a fundraising competition where you had to predict the winners of the four provincial football champions and also the outright All-Ireland winners.  Tricia Brady, John Twamley, Anthony Cronin, JP O’Reilly & Brendan Farrelly all found it too easy and win €200 each.  Congratulations to the winners and many thanks to all who both bought and sold tickets.
This week sees the same two matches that were meant to be on last week re-scheduled in the park and they may well still be of interest.  On Friday night, Bailieboro and Killinkere replay their Junior C Championship Final at 8.15pm.  Tonight (Monday), the Cavan Masters take on their Kildare counterparts at 8pm. 
Both matches should be very enjoyable although like most games are again liable to be called off at any moment, so keep an eye on for the floodlights as an indication as to whether there’s any action taking place.