Cullen Pipe Band

In 1998 the Band won the All-Ireland Pipe Band Championships in Grade 4 and in 2007 won the

World Pipe Band championshipsin Grade 4 and in 2007 won the World Pipe Band championships in Grade 3B.

 As well as fulfilling many engagements locally, the band competes in Grade 2 and the development band competes in Grade 5.

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New members always welcome!


Millstreet Parent and Toddler Group – Toddler’s Graduation

 On Tuesday June 19th the Parent and Toddler Group had their graduation for the toddlers who are leaving to commence playschool in September.

All the children looked splendid in their cap and gowns.   Thank you to everyone who attended and good luck to all the children who are

taking the next big step in their lives. We would also like to wish the new committee members the very best of luck when they reopen again in September.

(Carmel Walsh)

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Presentation N.S., Millstreet Wins Camogie Final

Presentation N.S., Millstreet – Winners of the Duhallow Camogie Final on Wednesday, 13th June 2012 – on their victory parade through Millstreet Town. (S.R.)

In the final of the 7-a-side competition, the wonderfully talented team were playing in Newmarket against Banteer.   Here we share a selection of images of the royal welcome which [read more …] “Presentation N.S., Millstreet Wins Camogie Final”

“Hot Country” on Sky 191 from 3rd July 2012

Hello everyone
Re Hot Country TV Show
Broadcast Monday 8 -9pm (new show) with repeats
Tuesday and Saturday 2 – 3 pm and again Sunday at 8 – 9 pm.
Please note that as and from the 3rd July 2012
Showcase TV 1 will change from SKY 201 to SKY 191.
Freesat 403 will remain the same as will all Free to view systems.
Should you like further details please call me at any time.
Hugh O’Brien
36 Silverheights Avenue, Silversprings, Cork, Ireland
Tel 00353 (0)21 4504841
Mobile 00353 (0)87 6859895

Match Report: Bantry Blues 1-8 Millstreet 0-11

A dogged Millstreet came from five points down to draw their U21 County Championship quarter-final tie at Inchigeela on Saturday night.
The drama didn’t end there though, as confusion reigned about whether extra-time would go ahead or not. However, it was confirmed the match would go to a replay and with daylight disappearing it was the right decision.
Bantry forged 1-5 to 0-3 ahead at the beginning of the second half and appeared to be in the driving seat. But Millstreet, with midfielder-cum-centre-forward Michael Vaughan spearheading their attack, refused to give in. Vaughan finished with seven superb points and along with Brian G Murphy, Kevin Crowley and Michael Murphy led the revival … read the full article in today’s Irish Examiner