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Membership Forms - 2019
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The Club's A.G.M took place on Tuesday. After detailed reports on the season by secretary Majella, treasurer Emma and chairperson Martin the following committee was elected for the coming season: Honorary Presidents: Fr. Michael Seery, Louis O'Neill, Peter Mulgrew, Donal Corr, Joe Wylie

Chairperson: Martin Campbell
Vice Chairperson: Paul Lowe
Secretary: Majella Quinn
Assistant Secretary: Damien McConville
Treasurer/Finance Officer: Emma Park
Assistant Treasurer/Finance Officer: Roisin O'Neill
PRO: Niall Donnelly & Kevin Coyle
Registrar: Kevin Coyle
Youth Officers: Aiden McIlhatton, Paul Lowe, Aaron Hughes
County Commitee Representative: Sean Gallagher
Ladies Officer: Emma Park
Players Representative: TBC
Children's Officer: Anne Campbell
Designated Officer: Roisin O'Neill
Development Officer: Paddy Park
Equality Officer: Feargal Logan
Culture Officer: Cathal Coyle
Grounds Officer: Rory O'Neill
General Committee: Declan Laverty, John Devlin, Steven Campbell, Ryan O'Neill.

Adobe PDF Secretary's Report 2018 can be viewed here (Size: 93 KB)

Adobe PDF Ladies AGM Report 2018 can be viewed here (Size: 63 KB)


Gaelic Sunday

An article on Gaelic Sunday written by Cathal Coyle can be downloaded here

The letter directive from GAA central council to club representatives in 1918 advising them of 'Gaelic Sunday':

Gaelic Sunday

Stewartstown Harps set to have "Stars in their Eyes".
Stewartstown Harps present 'Stars in their Eyes', an evening of cracking entertainment that will take place on Saturday 12th November at Coalisland's Parochial Hall at 8.30pm.
Players, club members and local personalities will take to the stage on the night, emerging through the smoke dressed as famous musical acts from every genre and decade.
Nine acts in total will vie for votes from the judges and the audience, each performing a well-known number in an attempt to capture the audience's heart.

The show will be hosted by the talented local entertainer and production director, Brian Morgan, and judged by our very own Kevin Lowe, Sean Og Coyle and Janet Park.
Harps chairman, Martin Campbell, said: "I am very much looking forward to an enjoyable evening at Stewartstown Harps presents 'Stars in their Eyes', a night that will showcase the variety of talent in our local area.

"This promises to be an exciting event which will be sure to entertain, and also raise funds for our club's future development."
Competing on the night will be individual acts Owen Coyle, Eleanor Kelly, Cealan O'Neill, Declan Corr, Martin Campbell and Malachy Quinn. They will be joined by three groups; senior footballers James Lowe, Tiernan Rush, Macauley Quinn and Sean Rush; girls youth players Courtney O'Hagan, Fiona Devlin, Kelly Dillon and Hayley Devlin; and last but not least, the Harps 'legends' group consisting of Ronan Park, Feargal Logan, Paddy Park, Sean Gallagher and Anthony 'Beano' Quinn.

What only remains to revealed is who exactly that vast array of talent will be performing as! A fully licensed bar will be there on the night, and tickets are £12 each and are available from Daly's Shop, committee member and performers.

Stars In Their Eyes   Stars In Their Eyes
Harps win Tyrone U-21 Championship.
(From Following on from the Kildress/Greencastle game Stewartstown and Coalisland served up a real thriller before the Harps snatched it right at the death.

Incessant rain and strong winds made life difficult for both teams and with defences on top scores were hard to come by. Shea Burke, Dan Lowe, James Lowe and Macauley Quinn found the target to put Stewartstown 0-4 to 0-2 in front midway through the first half.

However with Cormac O'Hagan in fine form and Eoghan Hampsey solid in defence the Fianna drew level with scores from O'Hagan and Peter Herron. There was little between the sides as both teams gave it everything in this keenly contested derby tussle.

Stewartstown led 0-5 to 0-4 at the break following a fine score from Shea O'Neill but they knew they were going to have to work even harder in the second half if they were to maintain the lead.

As it was a converted free kick from the boot of Cormac O'Hagan eight minutes into the half tied the game for the third time. Coalisland were very much on top at this stage, enjoying lots of possession and creating numerous chances but failed to convert them. The Stewartstown defence was having to work over-time with Tiernan Rush, Dylan Mc Elhatton, James Lowe and Gerard O'Neill putting in a real shift for their team.

The Harps maintained their high level of intensity and following some strong defensive work Macauley Quinn put them back in front fifteen minutes into the second half. Coalisland responded with two fine points from the boot of Cormac O'Hagan to take the lead once again as the game entered the closing five minutes.

The Harps maintained their pace and work-rate and Callan Burke drew the sides level once again with less than two minutes of normal time remaining. It seemed the game was destined to go to a replay but up stepped Dan Lowe to convert a very difficult free kick and win the title for his team.
Final score: Stewartstown 0-8, Coalisland 0-7.
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