Club News

November 8, 2018

The Seniors are currently awaiting the resumption of the Division Two league.  With three games remaining against Killeshandra (26th Sept – away), Crosserlough (3rd Oct – home) and Cootehill (TBA – away) the side need one victory to 100% guarantee Division One football for 2010.  It’s been four months since we last played a league match and everyone connected to the Senior squad are eager for a long overdue resumption to this campaign and finishing of the job they started back in March.


The Stars’ Junior side secured promotion to Division Three next year with a comprehensive victory over Mullahoran in a sun-baked Virginia on Saturday evening by 1-12 to 0-6.  Once Daryll Martin’s 20th minute goal but the side clear they seized control and the result was never in doubt.

Congratulations to both players and management on a super achievement in gaining promotion and they will now look to secure the Division Four league title in the play-off’s next month.


A full match report is available on

The Minors opened their championship campaign with a tricky tie away to Cavan Gaels last week.  A decent opening half saw them trail by just three points at halftime. However an early Gaels goal gave the current holders some breathing space and they held on for a comfortable 1-15 to 1-9 victory.  This defeat finishes the Minor season for 2009.

The U-14’s will look to take home the club’s first silverware this year when they face Drumlane in the Division Two Championship Final in Kingspan Breffni Park at 7pm on Thursday at 7pm.
A tough league campaign has been followed up with a hard-fought championship and victories over Cuchullains and Killygarry have saw them through to the big day.  We would encourage everyone who can to make their way to Breffni to cheer on the side.
The 13’s have made it through to the league semi finals by virtue of Cavan Gaels being unable to field a team in the final group match. The semi has not been announced yet but whoever it is, will be a very difficult match, but as long as the side continue to show the same level of determination and spirit as they have been doing, then they will continue to do themselves and the club proud.



The Juvenile Club’s annual draw took place last Friday in M&F’s.  There were loads of cash prizes on the night and we would like to thank everyone who both bought and sold the tickets for the draw.  The winner of the 1st prize of two tickets for the All-Ireland Football Final along with B&B and Evening Meal in Jury’s Croke Park Hotel and €200 spending money was Agnes Clarke, again!  Congratulations to Agnes.  So, anyone looking for some advice on how to win the lotto, don’t waste your time watching Derren Brown, just pop into The Corner Bar instead….