Enthusiastically Supporting Darragh in the Final

On Wednesday, 15th Feb. 2023 at 4pm a Coach left Millstreet for Waterford in support of Darragh Cashman who is a member of the UL (University of Limerick) Team which had reached the Final against UCC in the prestigious 24th Sigerson Cup Match at the WIT Sports Campus.   Among the enthusiastic group who travelled to Waterford were Darragh’s parents and family.   Weather conditions were hugely challenging as witnessed in the TG4 Live Television coverage and as described in newspapers such as “The Irish Times” which mentioned the driving rain and howling wind and extra time where Darragh played a pivotal role as described: “A topsy-turvy encounter swung back in UCC’s favour as they regained the lead late on before Darragh Cashman’s 65th-minute equaliser for UL which forced extra-time, 0-15 to 1-12.  Cashman wore number 35 on his back and thwarted UCC’s number 35, Michael O’Gara, who suspected he may have won it for the Cork side a couple of minutes earlier.”  See full “Irish Times” Report HERE.

We thank Gillian O’Sullivan-Linehan for very kindly making available the following superb images which truly illustrate how the enthusiastic Supporters braved the challenging weather conditions to witness Darragh’s magnificent game.   Although UCC were victorious with a three point margin in the end, Darragh and his Team Members must take a huge bow for such a remarkable performance and for almost winning the Sigerson Cup.   Tap on the images to enlarge.  (S.R.) [read more …] “Enthusiastically Supporting Darragh in the Final”

Victory Parade Celebrating Under-17 Hurling Champions

Just one of the many images which we shall soon be sharing recording the wonderfully uplifting Victory Parade through Millstreet Town on Saturday, 15th Oct. 2022 at 8pm.   Full feature later.   Sincere congratulations to All.  Tap on the image to enlarge.   (S.R.)

Millstreet Adult & Juvenile Club Extends Best Wishes

Millstreet Adult & Juvenile Club want to wish this group of your lads all the best today in the u17 County final in Cloughduv at 2pm.
And we would also like wish Millstreet Junior Camogie Girls all the best in their semi county final also in Cloughduv at 4pm. 

Please come out and support the u17s and Junior Camogie Girls ….

Maria Smyth 

Secretary of Millstreet Juvenile Club

Tap on the images to enlarge. (S.R.)

Milllstreet Pitch & Putt Club’s Christmas Competition

Milllstreet Pitch & Putt Club

Tommy Tucker and Shane Browne helping to maintain Millstreet Pitch & Putt Course in great condition while Christopher Twomey and his Grandson, Liam also help to further enhance the excellent facility.

Christmas Competition begins Saturday 8th October at 2pm and continues every Saturday and Sunday at 2pm. 5 cards must be played (€3 per card) over the course of the weeks to qualify with the best 2 cards to count.
The competition is open to both adults and juveniles. First prize is a gas bbq sponsored by Calor Kosangas with many more runner up prizes.

Fruitful Nature and Exciting Sport at Cloghoula N.S.

Having grown potatoes, carrots, parsnips, tomatoes, onions, cabbage, lettuce, mangetout, brussel sprouts and strawberries the pupils of Cloghoula National School are now harvesting the fruits of their labours.   Tap on the 18 images to enlarge.  (S.R.)

Back to school fun enjoying new sports equipment at Cloghoula N.S.. We wish the Pupils and Staff a very Happy School Year.

[read more …] “Fruitful Nature and Exciting Sport at Cloghoula N.S.”

Presentation of Awards at Millstreet Pitch & Putt Club

On Thursday, 25th August 2022 a very impressive Awards Ceremony took place at Millstreet Pitch & Putt Club course in Millstreet Town Park.  Many splendid awards were presented while one of the main Awards – the Aidan Burke Memorial Trophy – was won by Oran Kiely, Station Road, Millstreet.   Liam, Gillian and Saoirse Rose representing the Burke Family presented a delighted Oran with the magnificent Trophy.   Denis Kiely (Oran’s father) expressed his thanks and appreciation to the Burke Family and indicated that he had great memories of the late Aidan.  Gillian responded and expressed her sincere thanks that Aidan is remembered annually at this special event.   The Burke Family provided lots of delicious refreshments for all present…and Joan Casey distributed superb home baking.   Shane Browne had arranged the acquiring of the splendid Award Trophies.  Barry Fraser addressed all present expressing thanks to the Committee, the Players and the Parents and indicated how successful the past year had been with lots of new Players.   Here we share some 19 images from the marvellous occasion.   Sincere congratulations to All.   Tap on the images to enlarge.  (S.R.) [read more …] “Presentation of Awards at Millstreet Pitch & Putt Club”

Millstreet Pitch & Putt Club’s Next Competition

Millstreet Pitch & Putt Club

The next competition is the Alan O’Connor
Foursomes Matchplay Competition open to all adult and juvenile members.

Foursomes is a team competition format in which a side is made up of two players and those two players take every second shot hitting the same golf ball.

Please send entries for to 086 8510423 before 8 pm Monday 15th August to be included in the draw.

Sincere Thanks to All Following a Wonderfully Successful Cúl Camp 2022

Millstreet Juvenile GAA Committee would like to thank all of the Coaches for giving up their time to help out, all the Parents that helped out with lunch time duty . Thanks to Denis, Jim and all the men that helped with keeping the park and dressing rooms tidy after each day of camp . Thanks to Daniel O’Connell for coming over….the kids really enjoyed it . Thanks to Seanie Radley and John Tarrant for taking some wonderful pictures. To the ice cream truck and to Ronan O’Leary who provided some great music everyday.   And a very special thanks also to Joe Fitzgerald and O’Keeffe’s Supervalu for the splendid treats provided during the Cúl Camp.  And to the kids, we hope each and everyone of ye had a great week. We hope to see ye all back next year.

Recent very successful Cúl Camp 2022 at Millstreet Town Park recorded on the day that Cork Senior Footballer supreme from Kanturk, Daniel O’Connell visited the Camp. (A full feature will later follow.)  Tap on the image to enlarge.  (S.R.)

Millstreet Pitch & Putt Club Membership 2022

Millstreet Pitch & Putt Club

2022 Membership fees unchanged

Family €20
Adult €15
Juvenile (under 18) €10
Senior Citizen €10

Please pay subscriptions to the Club AIB Bank Account 
IBAN: IE77 AIBK 9361 5421 723266

After paying please TEXT  086 8790777 with your NAME and amount of SUBSCRIPTION paid. Otherwise Club will have no record of your membership.

Millstreet Pitch & Putt Course. Tap on the image to enlarge. (S.R.)

Great Enthusiasm at Millstreet Juvenile GAA Sunday Event

On a day (Sunday, 17th Oct. 2021) when we got to hear the magnificent sound of Millstreet Pipe Band for the very first time since COVID-19 Lockdown we witnessed inspiring enthusiasm from the many young Players participating in the various games.   Great credit is due to the dedicated Coordinators.  Here we share images from the wonderfully happy sporting occasion when we recalled the memory of Connie Kelleher, Tommy and Alan O’Connor,  Connie Hickey & other late marvellous GAA Stalwarts.   Tap on the images to enlarge.  (S.R.)

Inspiring concentration of the very talented young Players!

[read more …] “Great Enthusiasm at Millstreet Juvenile GAA Sunday Event”

Supporting Flags for Our Millstreet Hurling Team

Millstreet Community Council is encouraging all Local Business Premises to display the Millstreet Flag this week in support of the Millstreet Hurling Team that will be playing Dromtariffe on Sunday, 24th Oct. 2021 in Banteer in the Duhallow Junior Hurling Final.   It was in 1963 that success for Millstreet in such a GAA Competition was last achieved.  (S.R.)

Wonderfully Successful Millstreet Juvenile GAA Event on Sunday

We thank Karen Stanley (one of the dedicated Organisers) for sharing images of the prizegiving at Sunday’s very successful sporting event (17th Oct. 2021) in Millstreet Town Park.   Tomorrow we shall publish a feature on the various participating Teams and the first appearance of Millstreet Pipe Band since before COVID-19 Lockdown.   Tap on the images to enlarge.  (S.R.) [read more …] “Wonderfully Successful Millstreet Juvenile GAA Event on Sunday”

Millstreet v. Uíbh Laoire in Ballyvourney on this Sunday at 4pm










Cannonball Road Trip Sept. 2021 Featuring Truly Magnificent Cars

We thank Jimmy Murphy and son, Sammy of Carriganima (pictured below in Millstreet) for sharing some twenty superb images from yesterday’s magnificent Cannonball Road Trip 2021 which visited Cork and Kerry …. Tap on the images to enlarge.  (S.R.)

[read more …] “Cannonball Road Trip Sept. 2021 Featuring Truly Magnificent Cars”

Millstreet v Kinsale in Macroom on Sunday at 4pm






at 4.00p.m

DUE TO LIMITED NUMBERS  TICKETS MUST BE PRE-PURCHASED ON THIS LINK:  https://www.universe.com/events/millstreet-v-kinsale-bon-secours-football-championship-tickets-4KB62F

Wonderfully Successful Cúl Camp 2021 at Millstreet Town Park

The wonderfully successful Millstreet Cúl Camp 2021 concludes this Friday, 13th August 2021.   On Thursday Cork Footballer Supreme, Seán Meehan (from Kiskeam) paid a greatly appreciated visit to the week long Cúl Camp where he was a true source of inspiration to the many young participants – signing jerseys, hurleys and helmets as well as sharing some of his magnificent football skills.   Great credit is also due to the excellent Coordinators  and Coaches during a week of mixed weather and having to adhere to the many rules during this COVID-19 era.   Here we share a large selection of images from our visit to the outstanding Cúl Camp on Thursday, 12th August.  Tap on the images to enlarge.  (S.R.)See some 21 more images below: [read more …] “Wonderfully Successful Cúl Camp 2021 at Millstreet Town Park”

Millstreet Pitch & Putt Club’s Next Competition

The next competition will be the “Credit Union 3 Ball Scramble” open to all adult and juvenile members. If interested please send your name to 086 8510423 before 6 pm on Monday 2 August. Teams of 3 players of mixed ability will be drawn. Competitors can play anytime during the following week up to 8pm on Sunday 15th August 2021.

Millstreet Sanctuary Runners Saturdays 11am Millstreet Town Park

Millstreet Sanctuary Runners 

  • Would you like to run, walk or jog with us
  • We meet Saturdays at 11am at the main entrance to Millstreet Town Park
  • Sanctuary Runners is Solidarity-Through-Sport movement bringing together citizens, migrants & asylum seekers in solidarity, friendship & respect.
  • For queries or more information please email us: info @sanctuaryrunners.ie.
  • Please note: We will gather in small pods to ensure compliance with Covid 19 guidelines.
Millstreet Sanctuary Runners who assemble on Saturday mornings at 11.00 in Millstreet Town Park. Full details about their Project and Contacts we  share above.   Tap on the images to enlarge.  (S.R.)

Liam Healy Wins Friday’s Pitch & Putt Competition

Shane Browne (on right) – Runner Up – congratulates Liam Healy on winning the prestigious AIB Perpetual Cup Competition at Millstreet Pitch & Putt Course on Friday, 9th July 2021. Tap on the images to enlarge. (S.R.)
Well done to all who participated in the Final of the Competition which also included Paula Healy and Pat Breen – despite the inclement weather which clearly made Green conditions challenging.

[read more …] “Liam Healy Wins Friday’s Pitch & Putt Competition”

Upcoming Events at Millstreet Pitch & Putt Club

Millstreet Pitch & Putt Club

will organise a Singles Matchplay Competition for juvenile members only plus

Foursomes Matchplay Competition open to adult members only.
Foursomes is a team competition format in which a side is made up of two players, and those two players take every second shot hitting the same golf ball.

Please send entries for both competitions to 086 8510423 before 6 pm on Sunday 11 July to be included in the draws.

Millstreet Pitch & Putt Course Reopens on Monday 26th April 2021

Millstreet Pitch & Putt course reopens on Monday 26th April  in accordance with Government Guidelines under the following conditions:

1. Current members only* may play.
2. Social distancing of two metres must be maintained at all times.
3. A maximum of four may play together limited to two households.
Club will monitor compliance.
Full details on display at Clubhouse.

*Rates of subscription
Family €20
Adult €15
Juvenile (under 16)  €10
Senior Citizen €10
Please pay subscriptions to the Club AIB Bank Account 
IBAN: IE77 AIBK 9361 5421 723266

After paying please TEXT  086 879 0777 with your NAME and amount of SUBSCRIPTION paid. Otherwise Club will have no record of your membership.

We thank Pat Breen for this important Pitch & Putt Notice.  (S.R.)

Brilliant Conor O’Callaghan Captains Cork to Victory Today

What a night!  Kilcorney’s Conor O’Callaghan captains Cork to victory over Tipp in Under 20 Munster Hurling Final this Wednesday evening, 23rd Dec. 2020.  The exciting event was broadcast live on TG4.   Sincere congratulations to Conor and the entire Cork Team on such a magnificent sporting achievement.  

Tap on the images to enlarge. (S.R.)

Tipperary’s Colin O’Riordan Shares Millstreet, Boherbue and Banteer Connections

We are most grateful to Joan Galwey of Kilkenny (née Corkery of Ballydaly, Millstreet) for alerting us to the fact that Tipperary Footballer supreme, Colin O’Riordan has direct connections with Millstreet, Boherbue and Banteer.  (S.R.)     Joan writes as follows:
“While the hopes of Cork football were dashed in Páirc Uí Chaoimh on Sunday, one Tipperary native who was crucial to Tipperary’s success has strong ancestral connections with Boherbue, Banteer and Millstreet. 
Colin O’ Riordan  played a key role in helping Tipperary win the Munster Championship for the first time in 85 years, and earned the respect of the nation in his post match interview (which we share below). As the surname O’ Riordan might suggest, some of his ancestors originated in  Co. Cork. Colin’s grandfather, Tim O’ Riordan, left Farrendoyle, Boherbue, as a young man and settled in Fethard. Both Tim O’ Riordan and his brother Michael O’ Riordan made Tipperary their home, but never forgot their Cork roots. He would have been a very proud grandfather on Sunday, had he lived to see his grandson return from playing AFL in Sydney, to play his part in this historic win for his adopted county.

Colin O’ Riordan’s g-g-grandmother was born in Coomlogane, Millstreet, about 1853. She was Julia Corkery, sister of Big Jerh, and she marrried James Twohig of Banteer in 1884. Their daughter, Ellen Twohig married Thomas O’ Riordan of Farrendoyle in 1918. Ellen and Thomas O’ Riordan had 11 children, and are both buried in St. Patrick’s Cemetery, Millstreet.Colin’s gran-aunt, Julia, became a nun and was known as Sr. Agnes in Drishane Convent. Sr. Denise (Noreen) O’Riordan, was another gran-aunt of Colin O’ Riordan. Sr. Denise was a member of the Sisters of the Incarnate Word, Ohio, for 72 years and her passing earlier this year aged 87, marked the end of an era for that generation of the O’ Riordan family.  Congratulations and continued success to Colin, his parents Michael and Imelda, and the extended O’ Riordan family in Farrendoyle and Tipperary.”

Colin’s wonderfully inspiring words following the historic win by Tipperary on Sunday, 22nd Nov. 2020:

“I can’t put it into words. It’s an emotional day for me. A few weeks ago I didn’t think I’d be here and just to be out there with the lads giving it your all for the sake of Tipperary, I can’t put it into words.

It’s the best feeling I’ve had in many years. It just fills me with pride so much, I get emotional even thinking about it. To me, it’s one of the best days of my life…

We’ve put in stepping stones with Tipp for a long time. Obviously I wasn’t there for the last few years, playing with Sydney or whatever. To come back to the stepping stones that these boys have out in for the last five years since I’ve been away.

This isn’t about me. It isn’t about Colin O’Riordan coming out to give interviews, it’s about the boys out here. To me, it means so much to be able to put on the Tipp jersey. It’s something I will never take for granted, it’s something I’ll respect to the day I die, that I had the opportunity to wear the jersey.

It’s a massive opportunity for me. I just want to say that I’m extremely thankful to Sydney for giving me the opportunity to play this game.

They were 100 per cent within their rights to say no to me and refuse me permission to play. They had no problem. John Longmire and all these lads over there with the Sydney Swans are an incredible organisation.”  

[read more …] “Tipperary’s Colin O’Riordan Shares Millstreet, Boherbue and Banteer Connections”

Millstreet Team Superb Success at Macroom on Saturday

We thank Pádraig O’Driscoll for sharing this image of the very successful Millstreet Team  on Saturday,  15th Aug. 2020 when in the Bon Secours Cork Intermediate Football Championship they played Ballinora at Macroom Castle Grounds pitch.  Tap on the picture to enlarge.  (S.R.)   Pádraig comments“Hard fought win this Saturday evening v Ballinora 8 pts to 5 ….. Come on the Sráid!