Week 2 of our #RebelsBounty Fundraising campaign takes us back to the 1980’s

Week 2 of our #Rebels Bounty Fundraising campaign takes us back to the 1980s. 


Photo one is The Millstreet u14 Team from 1981.  

Front row from left: Niall Buckley, Tommy Cooper, Dermot Twomey, Thomas Murphy, Mick Murphy, Paul Carroll, John Tarrant, Tim O’Connor.

Back row from left: John D.Kelleher, Jerry Kelleher. Donagh O’Sullivan, Francis Thornton, Donie O’Mahony, David O’Riordan, Jack Murphy

Photo two features the Millstreet Hurlers of 1983 who won the Duhallow Novice Championship on a score of 3-12 to 1-2 against Lismire with seven of the players being under the age of 19. On this day, Tommy Burke managed to score 2-4 from play in his 25th season in the Millstreet Jersey.

Front Row from left: Denis Hickey, Declan Crowley, Florrie O’Donoghue, Jerry O’Leary, Liam Dennehy, Con O’Connor, Tommy Burke, Jerry Pat O’Leary, Alan O’Connor, David Crowley.

Back Row: Denis Twomey, Denis Long, Sylvester Murphy, JJ Dineen, Anthony Barry, Denis Taylor, Matthew Dennehy, Liam Buckley, Noel Crowley, Donie Twomey.

Where our club is today, would not be so without our past. It is important to remember as a club and community where we have come from as we look to the future. To ensure the development of our club and players, please consider joining the Rebels Bounty draw. Being in this draw puts you in with a chance of winning thousands of euros in prize money each month. The first draw takes place in March and will draw for January and February too. All funds from tickets sold after we meet our quota are kept by the club to put toward its development. (Which we are very close to!!!)

A once off payment of €100 can be made to enter or €10 direct debit (must be signed up by Friday March 3rd).

Link to more info: https://gaacork.ie/rebelsbounty/

Thank you to everyone who has joined the draw so far.

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