Cork County Intermediate Football Championship Relegation Final
Millstreet 3-6 v Adrigole 1-7 🙂
in Dunmanway this Sunday October 25th at 2:30pm
U16 A County Championship Semi Final
Duarigle Gaels 3-6 Kilmurry 2-14
Monday October 26th at 3pm in Macroom
Please go and support our teams for these important games.
Come on the Sráid !!
[read more …] “Big games this Bank Holiday Weekend”
This afternoon (Saturday 24th October) Millstreet beat Carrigaline comprehensively in the County under 16 Football Championship. Playing into a stiff breeze in the first half Millstreet still dominated the first half yet the score was even at 1-7 to 2-4 at half time. The second half was totally one-sided with wave after wave of Millstreet attacks on the Carrigaline goal cumulating in four goals and numerous more points, while limiting Carrigaline to a solitary point at the other end.
Also during the week, the under 14 footballers defeated Boherbue in a replay of the the Duhallow semi final. The final is sue to be played next week.
Hard luck to the Millstreet U16 hurlers, who were defeated in the Duhallow U16 League Final where they were defeated by South Kerry 5-14 to 2-13, after extra time.
Match report below from Kerry Coiste na nÓg (The opposite side)
At the end of the first quarter, South Kerry was leading by two points thanks to some accurate shooting by Dave O’Connor and Kevin Sullivan. The teams then exchanged points and it remained level until Millstreet got a goal just before half-time, who then went ahead by 3 at half time 1-5 to 5 points.
In the second half the intensity remained but was trailing by 3 points in the last quarter until Anthony Keogh finally found the Millstreet net with five minutes remaining. Both teams exchanged further points and finished level which forced the game into extra time. At the end of normal time it finished 1-10 apiece.
[read more …] “U16 Hurlers defeated in Duhallow League Final”
MILLSTREET were forced to dig deep to overcome Dromtariffe in the Duhallow U16BHC Final played in Banteer.
Two well matched sides saw the closeness of the exchanges compensate and what the game lacked in quality, it made up for on intensity.
Dromtariffe had put their stamp on the game early on through the key contributions of Sean O’Callaghan, Danny Mullane, Darren O’Connor and Pa Murphy. Millstreet answered on stemming the tide with points to Paul Sheehan, Tony Cronin and Paul O’Connor.
[read more …] “U16 Hurlers win Duhallow Crown”