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John Tarrant takes a look back on the hurling year that was in Duhallow GAA
THE second part of the Millstreet GAA review focuses on hurling where a number of teams came up short in both league and championships.
Dwelling on the JAHC, a powerful surge in extra time allowed Kilbrin pull away from a gritty Millstreet to secure a 422 to 5-15 win in a dramatic first round played in Banteer. From a hotly competitive and a pulsating encounter, the pace and the tempo of the game was frantic from the outset and with 46 scores in total registered confirmed those in attendance received value for money.
Thereafter, Millstreet flattered to deceive where a sharper Freemount possessed too much firepower for Millstreet on recording a 3-12 to 2-12 triumph in the 2nd round qualifier played in Kanturk. At the end of the hour, Millstreet yielded to the greater stickwork and greater combined play of Freemount.
Read the full article on the Corkman website
The snow that was falling on the Millstreet.ie site has been turned off. Hurray some may be heard some saying!. It has been on since just before Christmas, and real life snow has imitated it somewhat. Many will be hoping that they don’t see snow and ice for a good few years again! ….. Now if only we could change the weather so easily in real life.
Anyway, a small gallery is being compiled of snow photos taken locally in the last few weeks, and they will go on the site in the next few days, but if you (or someone you know) have one two good ones, then email them please to (**) and the will be added to the gallery.
**Sorry this email address was not showing up earlier
23rd Jan ….. it’s coming … and so is next Christmas 😉
With all the problems because of burst water mains after the big freeze, Cork County Council have published a list of all the contact numbers for those in charge of the water plants around the county. For those that need it, the number for Millstreet is (029) 7 05 10.
The full list of Water Supply contact numbers can be read on the Cork County Council website.