St.Michael’s Cup Quarter-final: Lakewood 2 Millstreet Celtic 3

We beat Lakewood 3-2 in Ovens today to advance to the semi final of the Michaels Cup. Lakewood started the game well but were unable to create any good chances. We gradually got a hold in the game and had the first good chance when Tadhg Collins shot just wide. We had a great chance to take the lead on 25 mins when Brian Murphy was hauled down in the box after a good run but Tim Kiely’s penalty was well saved. We didn’t let he heads drop though and took the lead 10 mins later. John o Mahony’s flicked through ball found Collins who slammed home at the near post. We were looking strong now and Collins went close again before we went two ahead just on the stroke of half time following [read more …] “St.Michael’s Cup Quarter-final: Lakewood 2 Millstreet Celtic 3”

Parish Newsletter – 11th November 2012


Thirty Second Sunday in Ordinary Time – 11th November, 2012

Canon John Fitzgerald P.P.   Tel Nos. Millstreet 029-70043 / Mobile 087-7752948

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10.00a.m.-1.00p.m. & 2.00p.m.-5.00p.m.

Your prayers are requested for the repose of the souls of the following and for those whose anniversaries occur around this time, and for those for whom masses will be offered during the week:

RECENT DEATHS:             Sr. Elizabeth Mannix, Presentation Sister        

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Death Notice: Daniel Vincent O’Sullivan

The death has occurred on Friday, November 09, 2012 of Daniel Vincent O’Sullivan of Rylane East, Cork. Late of Gortavehy, Millstreet. On 9th November 2012, peacefully in the presence of his family in the exceptional care of the staff of Bons Secours Hospital Cork. Daniel Vincent, beloved husband of Betty (nee Dineen), loving father of Julie, Liz, Marie, Patrick, Angela and the late James, brother of the late Cannon Eugene, Fr Pat Joe and Bob. Deeply regretted by his family,brother Frank, sons-in-law, his eight grandchildren, brothers-in-law, sisters-in-law, nieces, nephews, relatives, friends and kind neighbours. Reposing at his residence. Reception into Rylane Church tomorrow (Sunday) at 4 o’c. Funeral Monday after 12.30 o’c. Requiem Mass to St. John’s Cemetery, Coachford. Family flowers only. Donations in lieu to St. Vincent de Paul. May He Rest in Peace.

Patsy The Master

Memories of him bring me moments of joy
He was a young man when i was a young boy
When he left Claraghatlea for the U S of A
Where he is living and growing old today
Dark haired and handsome not hard to recall
Patsy the Master quite dashing and tall
Claraghatlea’s loss is America’s gain
But good memories of him in Millstreet do remain
with those who grew up with him and in Millstreet did stay
They have fond memories of Patsy today
One who could tell or laugh at a good joke
Patsy the Master a memorable bloke
The years would not have changed him he would be the same
He had a spirit that time could not tame.

Posted by Francis Duggan