In Other News – 4th February 2017

  • ​Results from the Gneeveguilla athlectic club 5k race today [Nora Mary]
  • Congratulations to past pupil of Dromagh National School Pete McCabe who started his first game for Munster against Edinburgh in the Pro12 last night. He’s a prop in the Munster Development Squad. Unfortunately he went off after 34 mins [Dromagh NS] [Photo 1] [Photo2] [Interview: Munster Rugby]
  • A Healthcare Assistant is required to care of elderly man in his own home in the North Cork Area of Kanturk/ Millstreet [Gumtree]
  • Congratulations to St.Brendan’s NS who won the Credit Union Schools Quiz in the Edel Quinn Hall this week [St.Brendan’s NS]
  • Kilcorney/Dromtariffe and Banteer News [The Corkman]
  • Kevin Crowley gets his first start for the Cork Footballers this year on Sunday. He’s at #4 for the first game of the National Football League in Galway on Sunday at 1pm [Paudie Palmer] [Blood and Bandage]
  • Photo: A Cosy Corner. This new born calf looks so nice and cosy in the bed of straw! We’re into February and lots of calves are being born all around us []
  • House to Let: No. 44 Murphy’s Terrace []
  • It was a good year for Millsreet Juvenile GAA who joined up with Cullen in Football (Duarigle Gaels) and Dromtarriffe in Hurling (Keale Gaels) to land ten trophies for 2016 [Photo: Millstreet Juvenile GAA]
  • Kevin Crowley was wing back for the UCC team which lost to UCC in the quarter finals of the Sigerson Cup at the Maradyke this week [photo 1] [photo 2] [Match Report: The 42]

Photos and more below: 



A Cosy Corner []
Kevin Crowley (#20), UCC, and Eoin Lowrey, UCD, challenge for the ball in the Sigerson Cup
Kevin Crowley goes highest to field the ball for UCC in the Sigerson Cup this week

3 February 2017; Peter McCabe of Munster breaks through the Edinburgh defence during the Guinness PRO12 Round 13 match between Edinburgh and Munster at Myreside in Edinburgh, Scotland.

After the big rain a week ago, it has rained most days this week, but not enough to raise the height of the Blackwater at Keale bridge too much, even though the ground is saturated.

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