Dia is mhuire diobh go leir a cairde and welcome to News Report 1151 from Millstreet. Fondest greetings dear listeners and I wish you all the very best on this cold, icy, snowy, wintery Tuesday Morning.
This morning we send our best wishes to the lovely Sheila O Riordan formerly of Ballydaly and now at Teach Altra, on celebrating her 100th birthday. Her family and friends have planned a gala party to mark her big event, and we wish her continued health and happiness in the future.
All are invited to the Official opening of our E Centre in the Town Square on to-morrow Wednesday at 3.30 pm.
The Annual Machinery Show which was held at the Green Glens Arena for two days last week drew great crowds, and exhibitors were very pleased with the results. Local businesses also benefited from the extra crowds that it brought into town.
Next up at the same venue will be the spectacular Bride and Groom Show on February 9/10th.
Soccer: County Cup 2nd Round: De Courcey Albion v Millstreet Celtic (OFF), Sun 20th Jan 10:45am
County Cup 1st Round: Innishvilla B v Los Zarcos (OFF), Sat 19th Jan 2pm
AUL 1A: Rathcoole Rovers 0 Greenmount Rangers 4, Sat 19th Jan 2pm
Greyhounds:Slanan Head On came third in race 1 – The Welcome To Curraheen Park 525 (Grade : A8/9) Flat 525, in Curraheen Park on Friday Jan 18th [result]
Slanan Misty came second in race 4 – The Upcoming Events 330 (Grade : S1/2) Flat 330, in Curraheen Park on Friday Jan 18th [result]
Bowling: Kilcorney: Willie Joe Leahy bt Mick Murphy 2bwl €1200; Donal Cullinane/Anthony Cullinane bt Dermot Twomey/ Danny Murphy l/s €680. 20th January [results]
While some of us were lucky to get into the stands for Munster’s demolition of Racing Metro last weekend which qualified them for the quarter finals of the ERC Heineken Cup, Millstreet man Timmy Keane who is a media student at Limerick Institute of Technology was lucky enough to be in the Munster dressing room afterwards and shot the above video.