Annette is Nominated for Kerry Receptionist of the Year

Congratulations to Annette O’Leary from Cullen who has been nominated for Kerry Receptionist of the Year,  but she needs a little help with the online voting:

Hello, I’ve been nominated for Receptionist of the Year through Kerry Connect Hospitality Awards. I feel so proud to be representing Scott’s Hotel, Killarney. I’m originally a local girl from Killarney Town but now married in Cullen, Co Cork. I’m with the company since February 2008, love my job, and work for a wonderful Hotel with great management and staff. I would appreciate if you could vote for me and if you have done so already, thank you very much. Just go to the voting page for the Kerry Connect Hospitality Awards section and vote for me please.
Thanks for taking the time to read this. x

It only takes a minute, so click here to vote and help Annette.

Update 10th October: Annette Won 🙂

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Parish Newsletter – 23rd September, 2018

PARISH NEWSLETTER
BALLYDALY-CULLEN-MILLSTREET
25th SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME– 23rd September, 2018
Canon John Fitzgerald P.P.
Tel Nos. Millstreet 029-70043/Mobile 087-7752948
Email: <email> dioceseofkerry.ie
PARISH OFFICE OPENING HOURS:
MONDAY-TUESDAY- WEDNESDAY-FRIDAY
10.00a.m.-1.00p.m. & 2.00p.m.-5.00p.m.

Your prayers are requested for the repose of the souls of the following and for those whose anniversaries occur around this time, and for those for whom masses will be offered during the week:

MASS INTENTIONS THIS WEEK-END:
Millstreet Vigil 6.30 p.m. Alan & Tommy O’Connor, Minor Row
Ballydaly 9.00 a.m. Denis & Nora O’Sullivan, Inches
Cullen 10.15 a.m. Kathleen, JJ & James O’Mahony, Clonakilty
Millstreet 11.30 a.m. Kathleen Murphy, Drishane Road.

ANNIVERSARIES: Mary O’Keeffe, Glountane, Peggy O’Keeffe, Knockduff, Mary Twomey, Rathduane, Hannah Murphy, Lisnaboy, Tom Murphy, Main Street, Tadhg O’Driscoll, The Square, John & Ciss O’Mahony, Glountane, Dan McNulty, Laccabawn, Michael Murphy, Pound Hill, Dannie & Peggy O’Sullivan, Two Gneeves, Catherine & Denis Kelleher, Tullig, Diarmuid Kelleher, Tullig, Dan & Nora O’Mahony, Cloghoulabeg, Joan & James Daly, The Bridge, Catherine & Emma Dineen, Carrigaline, Mary Collins, Fedamore  [read more …] “Parish Newsletter – 23rd September, 2018”

Seanie Barrett’s 1991 All Ireland Minor Football Title

In 1991 Seánie Barrett was part of the excellent Cork Minor team that won the All-Ireland Football title, beating Mayo on a scoreline of  Cork 1-9 Mayo 1-7 at Croke Park, on 15th Sept 1991. Seán is in the photo above with his hand in the air, and his goal in the final is in the video below.

A few months previously he and Eoin O’Sullivan had been part of the Cork Vocational Schools Football Team that also won the All-Ireland.

Seán of course went on to have a highly successful boxing career, winning the National Championships, and representing Ireland abroad.

The goalie for Cork that day Kevin O’Dwyer, is now based in Cullen and is one of the trainers for the Duarigle Gaels (Millstreet+Cullen) underage teams.

Final:

Semi-Final:

1991 Munster Final: Cork 0-10 Kerry 0-8
CORK: Kevin O’Dwyer, Donal O’Callaghan, Brian Corcoran, Brian Murphy, Jer McCullagh, Tadhg Og Lynch, Alan McCarthy (Captain), Fachtna Collins, Pat Hegarty, Sean Barrett, Joe Kavanagh, Pat O’Mahony, Paul O’Rourke, Kevin Harrington, Donal Hegarty
Subs: Jody Dillon, Dave Linehan

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All Ireland Semi-Final: Cork 0-12 Donegal 1-6

Cork led by 0-5 to no score and 0-7 to 0-1 after 13 minutes, but Donegal held them scoreless for the next 27 minutes. Eamon McMenamin got Donegal’s rst point and a penalty won by Donegal’s best player on the day, Donal Buggy, was converted by Mark Boyle on 26 minutes to leave the sides level at the break, 1-4 to 0-7. Donegal twice took the lead in the second half and had a number of goal chances. Two of them came late on when Sean Boyce was denied by the Cork ‘keeper and Donal Buggy was denied a second penalty, although it was felt the referee was reluctant to award Donegal a second spot kick.

Donegal: Eunan Doherty; Paul Diver, Darragh Dolan, Peter McGinley; Damien Diver, Kevin McGettigan, Kevin Gallagher; Declan Boyle, Paul Callaghan; Mark Boyle (1-1), Donal Buggy (0-4), Ronan McLaughlin; Corny Brennan, James Ruane, Eamon McMenamin (0-1). Subs., Sean Boyce for McMenamin; Anthony McGrath for K Gallagher.

Cork: Kevin O’Dwyer; Donal O’Callaghan, Brian Corcoran, Brian Murphy; Gerard McCullagh, Tadhg Og Lynch (0-1), Alan McCarthy; Fachtna Collins, Pat Hegarty (0-1); Sean Barrett (0-2), Joe Kavanagh, Paudie O’Mahony (0-5); Kevin Harrington (0-2), Mark O’Sullivan (0-1), Paul O’Rourke. Subs., Donal O’Mahony for Kavanagh; Finbar O’Mahony for Donal O’Mahony.
Referee: Seamus Prior (Leitrim).

 

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All Ireland Final: Cork 1-9 Mayo 1-7
K. O’Dwyer, D. O’Callaghan, B. Corcoran, B. Murphy, G. McCullagh, T. Óg Lynch, A. McCarthy, F. Collins, P. Hegarty, S. Barrett, M. O’Sullivan, P. O’Mahony, K. Harrington, J. Kavanagh, P. O’Rourke. subs: F. O’Mahony for P. O’Rourke, D. O’Neill for S. Barrett

MAYO: B Heffernan; T Burke, J McSharry, K Mortimer; P Cunney, D Leyden, F Costello; M Smith, P McNamara (0-2); TJ McHugh, K O’Neill (0-1), R Golding (1-1); D Burke (0-3), T Walkin, D McDonagh. Subs: S Brady for McDonagh, C Deasy for McHugh.

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Ten of that team went on to play senior football for Cork including:  Kevin O’Dwyer, Brian Corcoran, Podsie O’Mahony, Joe Kavanagh, Fachtna Collins, Pat Hegarty, Mark O’Sullivan,  Tadhg Og Lynch, Kevin Harrington

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New Air Ambulance to be based in Rathcoole Airfield

RTÉ news yesterday featured the new Community Air Ambulance which touched down in Kerry Airport, but it never said that it will be based out Rathcoole Airfield.

“We had initially looked at Cork Airport but felt that north Cork would be a better location as it would give us more land coverage. The weather also tends to be a lot better in north Cork than at the airport  as it is farther away from the sea, a consideration we felt was vitally important in maintaining a 24/7, around-the-clock service. There was also the issue of securing suitable hangar space at Cork Airport. For many different considerations, Rathcoole is the perfect location for the service, which we hope to have operational within the next six weeks This will be a real asset for the north Cork region,”

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