From an article in the Irish Examiner:
Interest in this year’s Millstreet Horse Show is even greater than last year, according to Noel C Duggan.
“Entries are flying in and we have three girls on the phones. Also, we were the first to take entries on line and it has proved to be great for both the show and competitors.
“I can guarantee that this year’s show will be spectacular, with huge improvements in the lay-out of the place. Eight sand arenas will be in operation, all drained and refreshed, and we have undertaken landscaping. Along with the competitions that featured last year, we will be announcing new, exciting elements to [read more …] “Interest in Horse Show even greater”
The Irish Examiner today reports on the progress of Féile Peil na nÓg which is on this weekend all over Cork. Millstreet are in group C along with Longford Slashers who are staying in Millstreet for the weekend:
In Group C, host club Macroom, Longford Slashers, Millstreet and North London are tied two points each. Macroom and Longford Slashers have a game in hand, having played just one game each yesterday.
Macroom impressed in their 6-12 to 3-3 win over Kilmurry while Longford Slashers put 5-7 past Millstreet who could only reply with 2-0. Millstreet triumphed by a single point over North London in a 1-3 to 2-1 thriller while North London picked up a 1-7 to 2-7 victory over Kilmurry.
& remaining fixtures below: [read more …] “Féile Peil na nÓg”
Best Frontage Competition
Paddy & Helen Sheahan, Margaret Smyth, Reen’s Pharmacy and Clara Inn – all did our town proud in last year’s Best Frontage Competition – along with several others in Minor Row, Woodlands Drive, Murphy’s Terrace, Station Road and Killarney Road.
This year Clara Inn and Murphy’s Terrace are setting the pace so far.
Will your Frontage catch up and possibly overtake?!
The poor weather has been a factor in this year’s slow start.
But don’t give up!
Millstreet needs you.
Judging has now commenced.