Eily's News Report # 971

Dia is mhuire diobh go leir a cairde and welcome to news report 971 from Millstreet.

Fondest greetings dear listeners and I wish you all the very best on this balmy, mild, Tuesday morning with the sun doing its best to come out.

Here are the results of this weeks parish lotto draw which was held at the Mal Passo bar on Sunday night. Numbers drawn were, 9, 15, 25, 29 and the Jackpot was not won. €100 went to Mary Lane. Priests Cross, the seller was Denny and he got €50 sellers Prize. €50 went to the two Mikes c/o Dennehys Bar. €20 each to Marian O Donovan, Dromina, Shane and Jackie, USA. Tony Healy, Curacahil, Jerry O Brien c/o Corkerys Bar, Joe & Donie again c/o Corkerys Bar, Donal Kelleher, Keim, & Timmy O Callaghan, Banteer. Jackpot for next €12,200 th draw at McCarthys Bar on Sunday night.

And many congratulations to Kevin O Connor, Rathrue on winning the Dromtarriffe GAA lotto Jackpot of €5,700 .

A note here from Mark Leader to say that a Black/white sheepdog has strayed into his place in Kilcorney. contact him at 086 384 82 68 if you think its yours.

The weather was very kind for all the activities that were held around here over the weekend, The Annual Thrashing Afternoon by the Cullen Special Needs Association, and they asked me to thank all those who helped and supported their venture. Our lovely Country park played host to a very special Vintage display ,plus all park services up ‘n running.

In Banteer there was fun for all the family with their annual Show. Well done to all the people who keep all of these important events going through thick’n thin year after year.

Our Town Park hosted the Humphrey Kelleher U15 tournament which drew teams from all over the Province in brilliant sunshine. Again it called for a lot of commitment from the locals and they were not found wanting, to close the weekend , the Lotto Draw was held at the Mal Passo Bar again run completely on voluntary lines Where would we be with it.

Before going on I’d like to say a very fond Cead Mile Failte to all those who are home on holidays or visiting us at the moment. And may I say how gratifying it is when they tell us that they can keep in touch with us in any part of the world on a daily basis, through the magic of the Inetrnet. But our website is only as good as we will make it. So if you have an item of interest or a photograph etc. then let’s have it. Either to me or Hannelie at ORegans Mills and it will be sent to our extended family around the world

Millstreet Comhaltas Group was very well represented at the Finals of the Munster Fleagh Ceoil which were held in Roscrea at the weekend. All U15 they took part in Music & Setdancing and with great successes.The Senior Set -Dancing team Qualified with the Jnrs. narrowly failing to make the grade. In music Donal Linehan qualified both in accordion and Melodian, with Cian Dennehy narrowly missing out on Accompanament Guitar . In the U12 James Linehan was successful on Melodian.

Those taking part in the trio, were Billy Cronin, Darren Kiely and James Linehan. The winners now go foreward to the All Irl Finals which will be held at Tullamore in August. and we wish them the best of good luck.

The latest on Stephen O Riordans award winning film entitled “The Forgotten Maggies”is that it will be shown at the Glen Theatre on August 14/15/16. In Cork at a time not yet decided and he is invited by the New York Film Academy to bring it for showing in the US. Steve wants you to know that one of the four ladies who feature in his film will be present at each nights showing at the Glen Theatre.

All tickets for the Christy Moore Concert at the Briery Gap in August are completely booked out.

Banteer Bingo to-night at 8.30 with €3,650 to be won.

Bingo in Millstreet every Thurs Night.

45Drive at our Canon O Donovan Centre every Tuesday night and all are welcome.

Book your tickets right away for the Brendan Grace Concert at the Glen Theatre this Friday night July 24th , Ring 029 56239 for details.

I want to wish every success to our Veterinary Group on the recent opening of their state-of-the-art Cattery where you can drop in your family pet ,and it will get royal treatment while you’re away. Prices vary and there’s lots to choose from. Starting from as little as €7 per day ,going on to Luxury appartment, Spa room,play area, jungle play area, etc. for a few dollars more. They will also cater for other pets, rabbits birds, hamsters, reptiles, the list goes on. Give them a ring or call in to their lovely premises at the Macroom Rd.

Family Tree Mass will be said at our popular Tubrid Well to-morrow Wednesday night .Celebrated by Fr. Ml. FitzGerald it will begin at 7.30 and all are welcome.

Kerry Pilgrimmage to Poland September 13th to 20th Contact Maureen Harty 066 7131328.

Clonmacnois Youth 2000 Summer Fest August 13th to 16th for 16 to 35 year olds. For details contact 086 3025442

Kealys Coaches tour of the Bearra peninsula this Sunday July 24th Tickets €15.

IRD Duhallow Fetac Level 4 Pathways to Employment Programme .Training begins the end of August Contact them at 029 60633 for details.

AGM of IRD Duh .Wed July29th, starting at 8.

Down at our local Library on to-morrow Wed. there will be Comhra as Gaelige. From 11 to 12.agus beigh failte le gach einne.

Amanda continues with her art for all ages on Thurs from 3 to 4.

No story-telling for children on Saturday.

A note from Jack Lane and the Aubane Historical Society to remind us of the Launch ,of an English vertion of a book of Poems by Eoghan Rua O Suilleabhain, which will take place at the Malton Hotel in Killarney on Friday Aug. 7th .The honours will be carried out by Padraig O Fionnachta.

The warnings about the Swine Flu are really revving up now.Can’t shake hands at Mass ,etc. Human contact getting another bashing. Lets hope the day never comes when we cant shout I Love You,even from a safe distance. .

Agus sinn a bfuil a Cairde, for the New C 103 this is Eily Buckley saying many thanks for listening agus Slan is Beannacht De libh go leir.

Millstreet defeated Newmarket in the Duhallow Junior A Football
Championship in Boherbue last evening. On Saturday last, Millstreet hosted
the Humphrey Kelleher Memorial Football Tournament Final where two Cork
teams contested the final.
Upcoming on Sunday, Millstreet meet Freemount in the second round to the
Duhallow Junior A Hurling
Championship.

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Eily Buckley presents the Regional Report for Millstreet every Tuesday Morning on C103 FM radio at approx 10am. Listen live to C103 FM here: http://www3.c103.ie/103fm-North.asx

2 thoughts on “Eily's News Report # 971”

  1. Eily,
    It drives me “nuts” that neither you nor any of your sports & other reporters, ever put a DATE on any of your reports.
    PLEASE in addition to issuing your report as # 971 add a DATE. Whether one reads the reports every week or ocassionally, a date will provide some perspective.
    Same for those sports events coming up or results, one never knows whether you are reading about something that happened last week, a month ago or a year ago, without an identifying date.

    Thanks
    Stella
    NYC

  2. Hi Stella,
    I agree with your point that the lack of a date on the reports has been an annoyance for many. It was one of the things that needed addressing when the site was being changed. The date and time has been added in two places:
    1. On the left of every article heading you’ll see the date of that post, and
    2. Just above the comments for every article, you can see the date and time of the post.
    It would be good also if the dates were the articles, so we’ll have to chase after the authors to put them in.
    Hope this was helpful, and thanks for the feedback. I’ll forward this onto Eily regardless.
    Thanks

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