Mark Ellis had another really good game at #6 for Cork hurlers yesterday against All Ireland Champions Clare in the Munster Semi-Final.
He didn’t seen as much on the ball as last week, but the amount of tracking he did of Clare runners through the middle of the defence was great to see, and it snuffed out one of Clare’s most dangerous tactics (which is how Clare took Cork apart last year). In fact he seemed to spend as much time behind his own full back line as out in his centre back position.
But two minutes from the end he was injured in a collision with Aidan Walsh as he was catching a ball. Thankfully the injury’s not too bad … in a press release this evening the County Board have said:
“Following assessment by the medical team, Mark Ellis has been diagnosed with [read more …] “Injury Curtails Another Good Performance by Mark”
Daly (nee O’Connell)(Mallow) on June 16th 2014 peacefully at Mallow General Hospital. Joan, Quartertown, Mallow and late of Dooneen, Millstreet, beloved wife of the late Denis, loving mother and best friend to Margaret (Holland) and Sheila (O’Gorman). Sadly missed by her daughters, sister Teresa, sons-in-law Neil and Brendan, grandchildren Karen, Brian and Alan, great-grandchildren Daniel and Caoimhe, brother-in-law, sister-in-law, nephews, nieces, relatives and kind neighbours in Quartertown over the years. May she rest in peace
Rosary on Monday evening at 9pm in O’Connell’s Funeral Home, St. James’ Avenue, Mallow. Lying in repose on Tuesday evening from 6.30pm to 8pm followed by removal to the Church of the Resurrection. Requiem Mass on Wednesday at 12 noon. Funeral afterwards to St. Gobnait’s Cemetery. [read more …] “Death Notice: Joan Daly (formerly of Dooneen)”
Millstreet Minor Footballers take on Donoughmore in the semi-final of the non exam league this evening Monday 16th @ 7.30pm in Donoughmore.
Support is appreciated.
Millstreet Cúl Camp runs from the 14th-18th July. Its a fun packed week catering for children between the ages of 6-13. Registration takes place Monday 16th from 7.30pm-8.30pm in the GAA Hall. Please have form completed before attending. Final date for registration is June 20th. Alternatively registration can be completed online at kelloggsculcamps.gaa.ie
Kellogg’s GAA Cúl Camps provide boys and girls – between the ages of 6 and 13 – with an action-packed and fun-filled week of activity during the summer holidays which revolves around maximising enjoyment and sustaining participant involvement in Gaelic Games
Activities are GAME – BASED – a strong emphasis is placed on [read more …] “Millstreet Cúl Camp – Registration”
One of the largest ambushes of the War of Independence took place at Rathcoole, North Cork, situated between Millstreet and Banteer, on 16th. June 1921.
The railway line between Banteer and Millstreet had been cut in several places so the Auxiliary forces based at Millstreet had to travel to Banteer by road for their supplies a couple of times every week. Therefore, a combined force of 130 men were mobilised to attack the Auxiliaries as they returned from Banteer. The volunteers were from the Millstreet, Kanturk, Newmarket, Charleville and Mallow battalion columns in the second division area and were under the command of Paddy O’Brien from Liscarroll.
On the night before the ambush the I.R.A. volunteers slept at Rathcoole Wood, which overlooked the planned ambush position. Shortly after sunrise the following morning, Captain Dan Vaughan laid six landmines on the [read more …] “The Rathcoole Ambush”
Millstreet Streetscape Colour Scheme 2014 is an organised co-ordinated paint scheme for Millstreet Town. The wall of St. Mary’s Graveyard was power washed yesterday and is ready to be painted. Tonight (Monday 16th) they will be power washing Church Street and Corkery’s Wall, Station Road. Starting at 6.30pm meeting in both places. Equipment will be supplied. Bring a change of cloths as showers and wash rooms will be provided in the recycling center after. All help would be greatly appreciated. Spread the word. They have 25 days to complete this project and make Millstreet look well.
see more on the new Millstreet Streetscape facebook page
Congratulations to Brendan O’Sullivan who won medals at the Special Olympics Ireland Games which were held in Limerick over the weekend. Brendan won gold in the 1500m, and silver in the 3000m (more photos below)
[read more …] “SOIreland medals for Brendan”
A huge congrats to Tony Kelleher who yesterday broke the national over 45 record for 800m, with a time of 2:00.03, taking nearly two seconds off the old record, at the Munster Senior & Masters Track and Field Championships at the CIT track. Tony is originally from Minor Row, and is now an active member of Togher AC in Cork.
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