Man available for chimney cleaning, hedge cutting, power washing, all garden care, removal of items to recycling centre, Contact Pat on (087) 9845890 / (087) 7936756
Irish Leaving Cert Honours Grinds available to eager students wanting to attain top grades. Held in teacher’s home near Rathmore, native Kerry Irish speaker and experienced Oral Irish Examiner. 2 hour grinds include: 1 hour covers Paper 1 (essays and debates) and Paper 2 covers poems, stories and the novel. 1 hour covers the Irish Oral Exam, excellent typed H1 notes given on all aspects of the course. Availability is limited so booking is essential, phone 087 9858133
The O’Regan Trophy ( kindly donated by Jerry O’Regan) will be played tomorrow evening Tuesday 3rd September at 6pm. This competition is for Juveniles only.
The winner of last Thursday’s competition was Shane Cremin,
2nd Willie O’Keeffe
3rd Shane Browne
Best Juvenile was Cian O’Connor.
Millstreet Athletic Club would like to thank everyone who supported our recent Willie Neenan Memorial 5 Mile Road Race held earlier this summer. The race is getting bigger and better each year.
Thank you for supporting your local athletic club.
Some lovely pictures below thanks to Geraldine.
Culture Night will be celebrated in Ireland on Friday September 20th. In Millstreet, the Museum will be open to the public from 6pm to 7pm. The Vintage Club will be present in the Square, exhibitions of photos, arts & crafts will be on display in the E Centre from 6pm & there will be a free night of entertainment in the Wallis Arms Hotel at 7pm. Your support would be greatly appreciated.
Millstreet Pipe Band were given the honour of leading the 60th Rose Parade at the Rose of Tralee on Saturday night. The band played at the first parade in 1959 & have continued that tradition down through the years.
The band were given a rousing reception as the parade passed the reviewing stages in Tralee & a special mention was given to current committee members Liam Coffey & Tim O’Shea who played at the first Rose Parade in 1959.
The Pipe Band then played at the annual Michael Collins commemoration in Beál na mBláth on Sunday where economist Jim Power gave the oration. Another longstanding event for the pipe band & they received a warm welcome as they played in glorious sunshine.
All Ireland Minor Football Final 2019
Cork 3-20 Galway 3-14
(after extra time)
Congratlations to Darragh Cashman and Luke Murphy who played superbly yesterday, helping Cork to win their first All-Ireland Minor Football title in nineteen years. Darragh had a fine game from wing back, scoring points either side of half time, while Luke came on after 51 minutes, and held his nerve to score a superb crucial point to draw Cork level when time in the second half was nearly up. Two brilliant lads, they’re the first locals to win a minor since Seanie Barrett won with Cork in 1991.
A ceremony took place in Rathcoole Aerodrome this morning where Minister for Foreign Affairs, Simon Coveney, officially launched the country’s first charity air ambulance service. Led by the Irish Community Rapid Response charity, it has already been tasked more than 50 times, since it went operational a month ago. The new service will significantly improve response times for medical emergencies. From Rathcoole, it has a response time for most of Munster of under 30 minutes.
The death has occurred of Nuala O’Riordan (née McCarthy), late of Dunmanway, Dromsicane, Millstreet. On 1st September 2019, passed away peacefully in the care of the staff at Cork University Hospital. Wife of the late Denis Jerome and mother of the late Jerome. Deeply regretted by her loving daughter Bláithín (Coolea), son in law Michéal, grandchildren Amy, Eric, Sammii, Dammii and Kimmii, nieces, nephew, relatives, neighbours and friends. May She Rest in Peace.
Lying in Repose at Tarrant’s Funeral Home, Millstreet, on Monday evening with rosary at 8pm. Reposing on Tuesday from 6pm to 8pm followed by removal to St Patrick’s Church, Millstreet. Requiem Mass on Wednesday at 11am, followed by burial to St Mary’s Cemetery. [rip]