Sam’s Tour Continues – Visiting Millstreet on Tuesday

A wonderful welcome for Sam Maguire Cup at Coleman's Centra & Garage today. John Coleman and Con Hartnett who are holding the Cup with Jerry O'Sullivan (Cork Selector) played in the 1973 victorious Cork All-Ireland winning Football team. Pictured from left: Paul O'Flynn, Fr. John Fitzgerald P.P., Tom Meaney, Con, John, Jerry, Donncha O'Connor and Fr. Paddy O'Byrne. (Seán)

Sam’s Tour continued today (Tuesday) with Donncha O’Connor (Ballydesmond) and Paul O’Flynn (Ballyclough) starting off in Meelin this morning.   Arriving in Millstreet just after midday it was firstly to Presentation N.S. for a very colourful and enthusiastic reception.    Superbly colourful welcomes were accorded in various settings.   It was then on to [read more …] “Sam’s Tour Continues – Visiting Millstreet on Tuesday”

Apple Day

Apple Day at the Secret Garden
Come and join in the celebrations of all things apple.
Sunday 17 October · 13:00 – 17:00.
A fun afternoon for all the family

-Apple foods to try and buy
-Apple specials in the Tea Room
-Ballyhoura Apple Farm try and buy fresh local grown apple juices.
-John McNamara Nurseryman and expert grafter on hand to give advice on choosing and growing trees.

The Secret Garden

Results and Fixtures – 12th Oct ’10

Junior B Football Championhsip semi-final: Boherbue 1-8 St John’s 0-5
Duhallow U16A Football Championship Final: Millstreet 1-14 Boherbue 1-9 (After Extra Time, 1-8 apiece after normal time)

Lucozade Sport Munster Junior Cup 1st Round: Millstreet Celtic 4 Grangevale 3; Rathcoole Rovers 1 Park Utd 4;
AUL 3A: Los Zarcos 1 Buttevant 4; Rathcoole Rovers 1 Ballincollig 5
U13 Div 5: Rathcoole Rovers 4 Richmond 3;

Camogie: Munster Colleges 7’s Results:
Sevens C @ Newtownshandrum. (Champs 2009 Rathkeale, 2010 Laurel Hill)
Millstreet 0-1 1-2 SMI Newcastlewest
Laurel Hill 2-1 0-2 Millstreet
Millstreet 0-4 5-2 Roscrea
(Millstreet knocked out in the first round)
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Áine for FG ticket?

Áine Collins

God only knows when the next General Election may happen, but the papers are saying that Áine Collins will be on the voting card for FG in the next election and looks like getting in at the expense of FF:

Newmarket-based Gerard Murphy, who contested the 2007 election for Fine Gael in the north of the constituency, has already withdrawn his name from the race. Áine Collins, who runs a financial services company in Millstreet, is the front-runner to win the party’s nomination for a candidate in the north of the constituency. A Fine Gael insider said that she would offer voters a fresh perspective.” – Evening Echo

With just under 50 per cent of the vote, the FG team of Michael Creed and Áine Collins are sure of two seats.” – Irish Independent