DK Cup 2018

Final list of raffle prizes

A ball hasn’t even been kicked yet and over £1k has been raised – thank you so much for your generous donations so far! So we can raise as much money as possible for Macmillan and The Cystic Fibrosis Trust, we’re also holding a raffle which will take place in the Gipsy Hill Tavern at 8pm. Tickets are £1.50 each, or £5 for a strip. Here’s a list of prizes, and as you read the list, I challenge you not to hear Bruce Forsyth reading out the conveyor belt from The Generation Game!:

Channel 4/Film4 Goody Bag
Lanson Champagne – Boxed
Lanson Champagne – Not Boxed
1 Litre Bottle Amundsen Vodka
2 x bags of Toblerone Tinys
2 x bags of Hershey Cookies’n’Creme
Azeti Interiors Fruitbowl
2 x Boxes Of Valrhona Chocolates
2 x Different Boxes of Valhora Chocolates (Brucey bonus!)
2 x Belle And Beau Bracelets
A Cuddly Toy! (x3)
3 x Diego Dalla Palma Compact Powder
3 x Diego Dalla Palma Mauve Lipstick
Filorga Paris Absolute Wrinkle Correction Cream
2 x Filorga Paris Anti Wrinkle Lightening Mask
100 Ml Gucci Bloom Green With Usb Stick
100 Ml Coco Chanel
100 Ml Gucci Bloom Red
50 Ml Calvin Klein Deep Euphoria
2X Calvin Klein Ck All
3 X Opi Set Of 6 Mini Nail Polishes
Amazon Echo Dot
£25 Lego Store Voucher
Round Of Golf For 4 People. Hertfordshire Golf And Country Club
Round Of Golf For 2 People. Hertfordshire Golf And Country Club
Virgin Experience day worth £250!
Cases of Cronx Beer
Wagamamas voucher worth £60
Eurostar trip for 2 to Paris, Brussels, Lille or Amsterdam
Dolce Gusto coffee machine
Facebook bag of goodies
Forza 7 game for XBOX One
Family ice skating voucher at Streatham for 2 adults and 2 kids
£50 ScrewFix Voucher
Portugal Football Shirt
Cocktail Embassy £50 bar tab

Well, didn’t you do well! Thank you for everyone who has donated and your massive support, we’re sure the raffle will raise a good portion of the days money. Special thanks to Mary Casey and Catherine in securing many of the prizes, and thanks to everyone else that has donated. If you’re a raffle ticket seller, please print this page and take it with you as a handy reminder of what could be won when you come to selling the tickets.

BREAKING NEWS: Mos Eisley FC & Ace Squad Announcement

So here we are, only 2 weeks before the big match between Mos Eisley FC and “Ace Squad”. The press conference has come and gone, and despite Jay’s best efforts in mediating, things are heating up between the two sides already. Shots have been fired, digs have been thrown. Banter on the Facebook feed is in full flow. We have a Denis Canty, denied football for the past few years chomping at the bit to get at Ace Squad’s backline. Will he hit a hat-trick on his first appearance on English soil? We also have an over-confident Chesh a.k.a House Chesh a.k.a PC35 laughing in the faces of his opponents. But if there’s one takeaway from the live press conference, apart from Matt “Unbelievable Jeff!” de Lima asking “What’s happening (man)?”, it has to be Darren Stewart with “Sean why are you praising up the opposition your meant to be our fearless leader?” and Liam Sullivan chipping in with simply “#SEANOUT”. The Ace Squad dressing room is lost already boys. Sort it out! 😉

If you missed the video or aren’t on Facebook, you can catch a recording of the press conference below. Special thanks to Sean’s Mum for the table cloth and Britta filter.

So, here are the squads:

Mos Eisley FC

Sam Coleman
John Powles
James Hutchfull
Jon Hanna
Ashley Williams
Enzo Innes
Paddy McKeown
Steve East
Denis Canty
Paul Kingston (c)
Nick Lindley
Daniel Hanna
Marcus Righton
Colin Friel
Gavin Pereira
Victor Oppong

Ace Squad

Sean Stewart (c)
Liam Sullivan
Ben Moore
Colin Innes
Michael Casey
Jamie Reilly
Dan Tasker
Michael Chaplin
Brandon Verschosen
Lance Dennard
Luke (Colin’s mate)
James “Cronin”
Darren Stewart
Paul Cheshire

Whatever happens, it’s guaranteed to be a great match, a great day and for a great cause. With a massive dose of competitiveness!

Directions and Entry Fee

The 6th July is creeping nearer, time to start planning your travel arrangements!

Nearest train stations

West Dulwich is around a 12-14 minute walk
Forest Hill is around a 23 minute walk

(Click on the icon in the top-left of the first map below and select directions from either station).

Nearest bus stops

Dulwich Park Queen Mary’s Gate (Stop VM)
Southwark Sports Ground

Just a couple of minutes walk from each bus stop to the ground.

Nearest cash points & entry fee

Card payments won’t be available on the day, so its cash only please! We will be carrying some change, but it will be a massive help if you can come prepared with change. The nearest cash points are the Lloyds on Lordship Lane, the Sainsburys on Lordship Lane and Barclays in Dulwich Village, as per the map below.

As for entrance fee, we’re charging £2 for adults and children under 12 enter free.

Car parking

There is car parking available at the ground, however, it is limited. If you can’t find a space, your best bet is the Dulwich Park car park (College Road entrance) and it’s a 10 minute walk from there.

Alternatively, you will be able to on College Road all the way up to the end of Hunt Slip Road:

Directions to the Paxton

After the match at Peckham Town FC, we’ll be holding the raffle and a pub quiz at the Paxton, which is a 5 minute drive away. Directions below:

And for avoidance of doubt, here’s the entrance:

The First David Kingston Cup

The David Kingston cup and family fun day is the first annual charity football match in aid of The Cystic fibrosis trust and Macmillan cancer care.

David Kingston was cruelly taken away from us last year after a short, brave battle with cancer and a heroic lifelong battle with Cystic fibrosis. This day is for him, his family, his friends and anyone else affected by Cancer or Cystic fibrosis, to remember him and others and to raise as much money as we can to make sure that we stop losing people we love to these illnesses.

Cystic fibrosis (CF) is a life-limiting genetic condition affecting more than 10,000 people across the UK. It affects the lungs and digestive system and can cause chronic infections and reduced lung function. Currently, half of those with CF will not live past age 41.

The Cystic Fibrosis Trust is fighting for a brighter future for people with CF and their families by funding cutting-edge research, driving up standards of care and supporting people with the condition and their loved ones every step of the way.

Saturday the 6th of July will see the first annual David Kingston cup and family fun day. With all proceeds from the day going to the Cystic Fybrosis Trust and Macmillan cancer support. The day will be held at Pyners Close Playing Field:

Pyners Close Playing Field

West Dulwich


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For more detailed directions to the ground and to the Gipsy, please click here.

A 11 a-side football match take place on the day, two squads of 16 players, a Manager and a Assistant Manager will bid £40 minimum for a spot on either team and teams will be announced 6 weeks before the match.

If you are interested in playing please send a message to me with your bid amount and position and kit size. You will then have confirmation that your bid has been received. Places will go quick so don’t delay getting involved.

On the day, admission is £2 for adults and kids under 12 can entree free of charge. There will be BBQ food available, cake stalls , face painting, raffles and music and above all else great people coming together for a great cause.

Pub Quiz in the Gipsy

Don’t forget, after the presentation of awards and trophies, there will be a pub quiz in the Gipsy Hill Tavern hosted by Kieran and Ian.

  • £2 per person
  • Max of 5 people per team
  • £50 for the winning team
  • PLUS a special prize….


There will be a Countdown round, which, it goes without saying we’re all very much looking forward to! The Gipsy Hill Tavern is located opposite the Shell petrol garage on Gipsy Hill. The address is:

79 Gipsy Hill


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See you there!

Just Giving Page is now up!

Good evening all. Less than two months to go so here is the just giving page for all who want to play. Make your donations here, spaces are limited.

But you just don’t have to donate to play. All good will donations are greatly appreciated. More to follow


Bidding for your place in a team

Good evening everyone.

Thank you all for your kind donations so far, and everyone who has contacted us and asking if they can get involved on the day. It’s very much appreciated and we shall be in contact with you.

This update is mainly regarding the football match.

I’ve had many people contact me asking to play and making bids for spots on either team.

Please direct message me, with your bid (minimum £30) kit size and preferred position.
If successful I’ll let you know ASAP and when you have confirmation you make your donation to the just giving page below.

I do apologise if this is a little complicated but it’s the best way to get money in on time, and so we don’t become over subscribed on the day. There are two teams of 18. So there are 36 spots available, these shall go very quick so make sure you get involved as quick as you can.

Here is the link, once bid accepted.


That’s all for now, you can all expect more regular updates now as the event draws closer and things start falling into place.

All good will donations welcome! But please leave your name so we can thank you!

Any queries please contact myself or any of the below.

Don’t forget to share the event to friends and family.

Michael Casey Kieran Sullivan John Paul Kingston Jamie Reilly Ian Pereira Dan Burgess

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