Results & Fixtures – 5th April

Millstreet Celtic player-manager Tim Kiely controls matters in the Cork AUL Division 2A contest against Coachford

Camogie U14 BL: Cloughduv 4-0 Millstreet 0-0; Na Piarsaigh 4-6 millstret 4-1;
Bord na nÓg Feile Iomaint A Round 3: Youghal 2-9 Millstreet 1-3
JAHL Tullylease 2-14 Millstreet 0-7

Co Premier 2 Minor Football Championship: Millstreet v Eire Og at Carrigadrohid, Wed 7th 6.30 pm

1A: Bohemians 1 Rathcoole Rovers 2
2A: Millstreet Cel 3 Coachford 2; Millstreet Cel 4 Glanworth Utd 1;
3A: Los Zarcos 0 CFC Banteer 1; CFC Banteer 1 Rathcoole Rovers 0

Death Notice: Denis O’Sullivan

The death has occurred on 24th March 2010 in Scunthorpe, North Lincolnshire, of our father Denis O’Sullivan aged 84 years.
Denis was born in Ballydaly Upper on 20th October 1925.
He lived the most part of his life in Conna (County Cork), and England but returned for a short while with his wife to Kippagh in 1982.
Denis leaves his widow Kathleen, Margaret and Kevin his daughter and son. A much loved husband, father, father in law and grandfather.

The funeral will be at Holy Souls Church in Scunthorpe, tomorrow 6th April at 12:30.

with thanks to Kevin

Easter Sunday 2010

Easter Sunday 2010 in Millstreet was a very busy day indeed. With Easter Mass, a Collenction for the Irish Lifeboat Association, the Annual Easter Parade led by Millstreet Pipe Band, the Proclamation read by Nóirín Ní Ealaithe, the Tricolour raised by Con Foley, the wreath laid by Tadhg Crowley, the oration given by Tom Meaney and Jerry Lehane as Master of Ceremonies. (Lots of photos below by Sean Radley)

Also on Easter Sunday was the Vintage Family Fun Day at Green Glens, and there are loads of photos from this which will appear over the next few days.
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