Good news for Millstreet Horse Show

There was good news for Millstreet Horse Show this week as Show Jumping Association of Ireland (SJI) members proposed and passed a motion to cancel all fines and suspensions arising from member who jumped at the horse show last August.

The SJI and Green Glens have been in a protracted dispute centering on the issue of insurance. This came to a head in August when the Corkman staged what he termed an ‘independent’ show, with many SJI members and officials defying the threat of sanction to participate. In turn, the SJI rescheduled its national championships to run opposite Millstreet, arguably the country’s most popular show, and the organisation is in … [read more …] “Good news for Millstreet Horse Show”

Results & Fixtures – 27th Sept 10

1A: Richmond 1 Rathcoole Rovers 1
2A: Millstreet Celtic 1 Waterloo 0
3A: Los Zarcos 3 Grattan Utd 1
3A: Rathcoole Rovers B0 Buttevant 0
U16 Div 2: Rathcoole Rovers 4 Douglas Hall A 2 (18th Sept), Wilton United 3 Rathcoole Rovers 1 (4th Sept)

Due to the death of our former chairman Tadgh Moynihan, all GAA activity has been suspended until Tuesday 28th.
Duhallow U14 Hurling Championship Final: Millstreet v Kanturk (Banteer, Tues 28th 6pm)
Duhallow U12 Hurling Championship Final: Millstreet beat  Boherbue (8pm Friday 1st Oct in Ballydesmond)