Millstreet Celtic still battling for Division 2A title

Millstreet Celtic were made work extra hard for their league 2-1 home win over Crescent tonight, but who would you now put your money on. Here is the table with two games to go after tonight’s results.

Murphy’s Irish Stout League 2A
. Pld W D L GF GA Pts
. Springfield A 16 14 1 1 57 16 43
. Waterloo 16 14 0 2 45 20 42
. Millstreet Cel 16 13 2 1 51 19 41

As if that was not enough – they must all play each other yet. Lets hope they’re not celebrating too much after their cup win last weekend and can go on to win their remaining games and win the title, or at lease gain promotion by finishing second.

from the Cork AUL website

Carpe Noctem

A Millstreet student was a winner at the DARE2BDRINKAWARE film awards ceremony in Dublin last week. The young Corkman demonstrated his acting chops in the film, which was called ‘Carpe Noctem’ or ‘seize the night’. Now in its third year, DARE2BDRINKAWARE is a film competition for third-level students, aimed at highlighting young people’s attitudes to alcohol.

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The City Mass

On a very busy weekend we recorded quite a few events to share on our website. We had the visit to Millstreet on Saturday by participants from the Rally of the Lakes (with an excellent and much praised service centre at Green Glens). On Monday we had the very successful Cloghoula N.S. Sports Day. But we begin our sharing with an annual event at Shrone near Rathmore in the sacred setting known as “The City”. Seán Murphy, Brendan Murphy and I arranged to record and to transmit (almost live) the celebration of Mass which took place at 2.00 p.m. on Sunday and by 5.03 p.m. Seán Murphy had the completed recording ready for Dan Joe Kelleher in Carriganima for broadcast to thousands of appreciative viewers. Mass was celebrated by Fr. Larry Kelly who ministers in Rathmore. The historic oil truck we noted in Rathmore village on our way home. Later in the week we shall have pics. of the Rally and Cloghoula Sports.
See all the photos below (by Seán Radley for and LTV2 Millstreet)
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