This is for Bob Evans who retired today after many years of teaching at Millstreet Community School:
For years he’s lived and worked in Millstreet the man who shattered Millstreet’s dream
The day he kicked the equalizer for the Carbery football team
Fifteen thousand watched in Macroom some quite stunned by what they’d seen
When Millstreet were forced to a replay ‘thanks to Bob from Skibbereen’.
The replay was another fine game Millstreet matched them score for score
But when the ref blew the final whistle Carbery were to the fore
Millstreet fans were disappointed Carbery had won the day
But in that first game of missed chances Bobby Evans made them pay.
[read more …] “The Man Who Shattered Millstreet’s Dream”
Articles of interest in this weeks Corkman:
… of course there’s lots more in the paper which is not online.
In one weeks time, someone somewhere will be winning a restored MK2 Escort, and Crumlin Childrens Hospital will be getting a cheque, somewhere in the ballpark of 11 grand – have you got your ticket? Contact Declan Casey on Facebook, or by email.
Tickets now available at JOHN MOYNIHAN RALLYING, West End and at WORDSWORTH in the square. Only 1 week to go.
[read more …] “Win a MK2 Escort”
Dear friends in Millstreet, I wanted to share with you the news of my father Ross McCarthy’s passing at age 88 here in New York. His grandfather (Eugene) and grandmother (Mary Moynahan) were born in the Millstreet area. Although he never made it to visit, my brother, husband, son and I have been back and enjoyed your hospitality. All the best, Christine McCarthy McMorris
Below is his Funeral Notice
Ross Edwin McCarthy, 88, passed away in the early morning of Monday, September 12, 2011 in Geneva General Hospital. There will be no prior calling hours. A Memorial Service will be held [read more …] “Death Notice: Ross McCarthy, New York”