Women on the Move Millstreet with Cork Sports Partnership

Women on the Move Millstreet with Cork Sports Partnership

Women on the Move (WOTM) is a physical activity programme that is aimed at adult women to get more active, have fun, and improve fitness levels. It involves:

  • Regular physical activity sessions over 8-weeks that are led by a qualified instructor to meet your needs.
  • Structured physical activity sessions so that you can find a level and pace that suits you.

Program Details

This is the perfect program for a woman that wants to improve their personal fitness in a fun and engaging way in a group setting and lead by a fitness professional.

Millstreet Community Gym – Important Notice

This post has been a while coming, but I have been left with no choice but to make it now. This is a reminder to all our student members, that if you do not conduct yourselves appropriately, you will be left with 1 of 3 options:

1 – You will have to be supervised by an adult for the entirety of your visit to the gym
2 – You will be barred indefinitely from using the gym
3 – You will be allocated time slots to use the gym

The gym is not a playground, nor should it be treated as such.
There are racks for the dumbbells and plates for a reason, use them.
Benches, bars, cable attachments and bands MUST be returned to their original and designated areas.
Plates MUST NOT be left on the floor or resting against the walls and/or mirrors.
If you break something (it happens) alert a member of staff so they can fix or replace the piece.
You cannot run or chase each other in or around the grounds of the gym.
You cannot use the spray bottles as water pistols, use them as intended and clean the equipment.
Thoroughly wipe your shoes before entering the gym as to not drag dirt and grass all over the gym.

The condition the gym was left this afternoon and on many other countless occasions is unacceptable and it can no longer be tolerated. The lack of respect and appreciation for the gym, it’s staff and most importantly other members is appalling.

Of course there are student members who conduct themselves accordingly, follow the gyms guidelines and we thank you for that. But unfortunately you will now have to hold each other accountable. If the issue is not resolved immediately, this matter will be taken further.

Everybody has their own personal reasons for attending and using the gym and we should appreciate and respect that. But childish behaviour will no longer be tolerated.

Thank you


Sliabh Luachra Cycling Club


✅Preparation done ✅Bikes serviced ✅Bus loaded ✅RIDERS ARE ALL SET

For what will be an exciting full filled weekend of racing. The club is been fully represented by 19 young racers all heading up to Armagh for this year’s National Youth Championships with their parents for the weekend. We wish everyone of them the best of luck. 🚴

U11s Girls : Rose Lenihan, Lily Larkin, Caoilfhionn Foley. 🤪

U11 Boys : Dan Dennehy-0′ Sullivan, Ethan Real, Dillion O Sullivan. Ryan O Sullivan. 😍

U12 Girls : Abaigh Dennehy. Muirium Fenton 🥳 U12 Boys : Patrick O Sullivan, Conor Lynch, Kieran Mulvaney, Jack Fleming. 😋

U13 Boy : Cianan Dennehy. 🤩 U14 Girl : Hannah Dennehy-0′ Sullivan

😎 U14 Boy : Nicholas James Buckley. 🤗 U15 Girl. Kate Murphy.

😁 U16 : Donagh O Conor, Darragh Dennehy. 👏

We’d like to give credit where credit is due to all the coaches & parents over the last 12mths for all their support, time & patience.💞

Mounted Games – World Pairs Championships

The 30th Annual International Mounted Games Association  World Pairs Championships are to be held at the Green Glens Arena, Millstreet, from tomorrow Thursday July 28th to Saturday July 30th.

The competition will involve approximately two hundred of the  worlds most elite riders. There will be World Pairs Titles achieved in four categories: U12, U15, U18, and Open. The championships finish with a Gala event on Saturday night.

For those that can’t be there, the Championships will also be live-streamed on youTube. Full information is on the Irish Mounted Games Association.

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Intermediate Football Championship

Millstreet play Mitchelstown in the Intermediate Football Championship next Sunday (July 24th) at 7pm in Ballyclough. 
Tickets available now to purchase from the Cork GAA website.https://gaacork.ie/tickets/

Please note: Juvenile/U16 tickets will not be required for Club Championship games in any venues.
As in other years, Juvenile/U16s can gain entry free of charge at the gate.
There will be no tickets available to purchase at the gates, only available online.

Sliabh Luachra Cycling Club

Sliabh Luachra Cycling Club youths, parents & trainers had a fantastic weekend at the JJ Keneally Newcastle West Cycling Club youth 2 day cycling event where 4 tough stages were held in extremely warm conditions on very hilly roads, fast descents & some serious climbs, a few mechanicals & a bit of fatigue didn’t hold back our 13 riders from performing to the best of their ability, all starting & finishing each stage very strong showing great strength & determination. There was a great buzz & atmosphere around with plenty ice-cream. It was a great weekend of racing all round for the club & youths. Lessons were learnt & skills development for future events.
We had a full field of riders in each age category & each did the club, their parents & coaches very proud.
U12s girls were 1st to kick off the event on Saturday morning with Abaigh Dennehy, Caolfhionn Foley & Rose Linehan.
Followed by U12s boys Dan Dennehy O Sullivan, Conor Lynch, Patrick O Sullivan & Ethan Reel.
U16 girls next up was Kate Murphy, followed on by U16 boys Donagh O Connor & Darragh Dennehy.
Then off 5mins after them were the U14 girls with Hannah Dennehy O Sullivan, followed by U14 boys Nicholas James Buckley & Cianan Dennehy.
All putting in fantastic effort in not so easy conditions.
There was a prize giving in the hall on Sunday evening where we congratulate Rose Linehan who won overall 1st unplaced U11. U12s Conor Lynch wins 3rd overall & Ethan Reel 4th overall. Kate Murphy wins 2nd over all in U16 girls.
We’d like to congratulate & thank Francie Collins & Peter Finn on running a very well organised event & Dany Blondeel for entertaining us with his music & keeping us informed.
More photos on their Facebook page 

Antrim to Allihies

Antrim to Allihies _
It was a very hot mid afternoon on Saturday when Geraldine Lynch and her fellow walkers arrived at the Boeing river crossing in Dromsicane on her way to Millstreet. Greeted by her Mother Joan ( a native of Minor Row Millstreet) her sister Moira and many of her local O Connor cousins.
She was interviewed by our very own Seanie
Who took time out to meet this wonderful Macroom woman, who has walked 34 days from Antrim on her way to Allihies a total of 1000km when completed next Saturday. One week to go to complete this journey for a wonderful cause, close to her heart Breakthrough Cancer Research .
To support Geraldine click on this link 

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