County Cup 2nd Round: Millstreet Celtic 2 Newmarket 1.
Corinthians Cup 2nd Round: Rathcoole Rovers A 3 Macroom B 1
AUL 3A: Los Zarcos v Strand Utd (off);
CSL U13: Rathcoole Rovers 1 – 2 Douglas Hall A (2011-02-12)
CSL U16: Douglas Hall A 4 – 2 Rathcoole Rovers (2011-02-20)
NHL: Kilkenny 0-14 Cork 1-10. Mark Ellis didn’t start the game because of an injury.
[read more …] “Results & Fixtures: 21st Feb 2011”
We ourselves feel that what we are doing is just a drop in the ocean, but the ocean would be less because of that missing drop. We can do no great things, only small things with great love.’ ~Mother Teresa
It was my privilege to be part of a community celebration on Saturday night in Green Glens, Millstreet. The celebration marked many years of contribution by Sean Radley to his local community and beyond. He is a man who has done endless small things with great love and will continue to do so for many more years. Sean’s contribution to his local community is beyond measure. No money could buy his contribution to education, local television, local radio and his unique ability to make every person feel special. We so often take many people for granted in our lives but on Saturday night over 600 people gathered to say thanks and well done. Such was the enthusiasm [read more …] “Seán Radley’s Night”
The death has on Sunday, February 20, 2011 occurred of Abina McCARTHY E de M, (née Creedon) of Fortgrady, Banteer, Cork. In her 98th year, beloved wife of the late Denis (Fortgrady) and mother-in-law of the late Rory, dear mother of Kathleen (O’Connor), Denis, Michael, Mary (Grace), Jerry, Dan, Andy and Margaret; sadly missed by her loving family, grandchildren, great- grandchildren, son-in-law Gerard, daughters-in-law Margaret, Eilish, Breeda and Frances, nephews, nieces, relatives, neighbours and friends. Reposing at McCarthy’s Funeral Home, Banteer on this (Monday) evening from 6 pm. followed by Removal at 8 pm to St. John’s Church, Dromagh. Requiem Mass tomorrow (Tuesday), at 12 noon. Funeral afterwards to St. Mary’s Cemetery, Millstreet. May she Rest in Peace.
In the Methodist Church February is the month we especially focus on what used to be called Overseas Mission but is now much more accurately described as the World Church. While Methodists are small in number here in Ireland there are about 70 million Methodists across the world. In fact now in Ireland we rejoice to welcome sisters and brothers from Churches from all around the world who have come to live amongst us here. Indeed our little community that gathers in Millstreet is a multi-cultural group and we really enjoy learning more about each other and encouraging each other in our Christian faith which unites us across all potential barriers of culture, race etc. Our next meeting for prayer, praise and Bible study in Millstreet is on Sunday 27th February, as usual at 7.00 p. m. in the Canon O’Donovan Centre on Clara Road. Everyone is always welcome to our meetings.
For further information contact Rev. Laurence Graham at 064 6631613 or <email>