Result: Dromtarriffe: 2-12(18) Beaufort: 2-13(19) 🙁
The very best of luck to Dromtarriffe today as they aim for one of the highest achievements in the clubs history by representing Cork and Duhallow in the Munster Junior Football Final against Beaufort of Kerry.
Information required on the theft of a Red Yamaha Big Bear 4×4 quad similar to the attached photo below which was stolen from a Farm near the Sand Pit House Pub on the N72 Mallow/Killarney Road on Thursday Evening last at approximately around the 8pm to 9pm timeframe,also stolen was an Oleomatic strimmers and an orange coloured Husqvarna chainsaw.A word of warning to others in the area to keep Equipment secure. Any information to Macroom Gardai on 026 20590
The Millstreet Vintage Club Model Show held in Dromtarriffe will go down as being the biggest Model Show so far held by the Club,Event Organisers Donie Lucey and Johnny Flynn of Millstreet Vintage Club wish to thank all the Exhibitors who came from all over the Country from both near and far and supported what was a most enjoyable Show over in Dromtarriffe Hall yesterday,with over 70 Trade Stands on display there was something for Everybody to see and the Event was also blessed with fantastic Weather Conditions on the day,also a very big thanks must go out to all Millstreet Vintage Club Members and Friends who helped in anyway or supported the Model Show over the weekend,there was a lot of work to be done from setting up the Hall on Saturday,the moving of all the hardware to all the different locations,the Paperwork/Registration work that was carried out,the busy Catering Team who kept everybody fed and watered over the weekend,the Stewards who kept the the Event Running so smoothly throughout the day,and to all the people that took everything back down again once the Show had finished,we would like to thank each and everyone of ye for your invaluable help on what was a very busy weekend,also many thanks to the Photographers and Media who came along to record the days activities and also a very big thanks must go to the Ballinagree Vintage Club Members who came out in force to help us on the day which was very much appreciated,this was the BEST SHOW yet and without everyone’s help and support this could not have been achieved,we look forward to seeing you all again next year,thanks again from Donie Lucey and Johnny Flynn.
Photos of the Event can be found at the following links at https://www.facebook.com/Rnc-Rally-Pics-758072894309964/
and more at https://www.facebook.com/M2merallyphotos/
The Model Toy Show hosted by Millstreet Vintage Club in Dromtarriffe on this coming Sunday has attracted Enthusiasts from all over the Country from both near and far,over 70 Exhibitors are expected at the Event in what promises to be one of the biggest Shows ever,there is something for everyone both Young and Old including a wide display of Model Cars,Trucks,Tractors etc,Farm Setting Layouts,Remote Control Cars,Trucks,and Plant Hire,Dolls Houses and Furniture displays and much more.Admission is €5 and Children are Free.
For more information,contact Donie on 086- 8545873,or John on 087-9230332 for details.
With just a couple of Days left now to the Annual Model Toy Show hosted by Millstreet Vintage Club in Dromtarriffe Hall on next Sunday Oct 14th, Conor McGregor who was all set to go to Dromtarriffe on Sunday is now unfortunately not going to make the Event after all as he has to fly back to the USA at short notice but Mickey Mouse and Charlie Chaplin are attending and Model Show Fan Donald Trump has sent a message to the Organisers wishing the Show well but is unlikely to be there this year due to Business Commitments but one never knows with Trump,the Show is always a great day out and there is something there for everyone both Young and Old including a wide display of Model Cars,Trucks,Tractors etc,Farm Setting Layouts,Remote Control Cars,Trucks,and Plant Hire,Dolls Houses and Furniture displays and much more.Admission is €5 and Children are Free.
For more information,contact Donie on 086- 8545873,or John on 087-9230332 for details.
With only just a few days left now to the Millstreet Vintage Club Model Toy Show taking place next Sunday in Dromtarriffe Hall it looks like a couple of Characters may be in attendance at the Event,Conor McGregor is still reeling after his Defeat last Weekend but is now on his way to the Model Show next Sunday,McGregor is a big Fan of the Model Show scene and he is using the Dromtarriffe Event on Sunday as a way to relax and get away from the pressure and stress of Competition and was gutted he missed last years Event so is making amends for that,McGregor touched down at Dublin Airport yesterday Evening and is now thought to be staying at The Red Cow Moran Hotel for a couple of Nights before making his way down to Dromtarriffe on Sunday,its shaping up to be a great Event with something for Everybody both Young and Old,Doors Open at 10.30 am, looking forward to seeing ye all there.For more information,contact Donie on 086- 8545873,or John on 087-9230332 for details.
With less than a week to go now the countdown is well and truely on for the Annual Model Toy Show hosted by Millstreet Vintage Club in Dromtariffe Hall on next Sunday Oct 14th.The Show is always a great day out and has something for everyone both Young and Old. Admission is €5 and Children are Free.
For more information,contact Donie on 086-8545873,or John on 087-9230332 for details.
The countdown is on to the Annual Model Toy Show hosted by Millstreet Vintage Club in Dromtariffe Hall on Sunday Oct 14th. The Show is always a great day out and has something for everyone both Young and Old. Admission is €5 and Children are Free.
For more information, contact Donie on 086- 8545873, or John on 087-9230332 for details.
U12B Ladies County Football Semi Final
DROMTARIFFE 2-5 DOUGLAS 3-6
In Rathcoole, Thursday 6th Sept at 6.45
Set dancing classes with SEVEN time All-Ireland champion, Patrick O’Callaghan. Patrick will teach multiple sets and steps for both fun and competition standard. Classes will begin in Dromtarriffe Hall on SATURDAY THE 8th OF SEPTEMBER at 10am for beginners and 11am for advanced. New members registration will also take place on Saturday the 8th of September before the classes begin in Dromtarriffe Hall. All new members welcome. For further info or pre-registration contact Patrick on 0873174561.
Last weekends Stonethrowers Rally in Tipperary produced some great results for the local crews that made the trip to Clonmel to compete in the one day Event which was the fourth Round of the very Competitive National Championship. T|he Event comprised of a 3×3 Stage format resulting in 9 very challenging Stages laid on by Tipperary Motor Club. There was success for Millstreet’s Sean Moynihan /MacKierans in their Ford Escort Mark 2 who came out on top of the Class 12 Results after leading the Class from the very first stage of the day,while another Local Crew in the form of Colin Philpott/Declan Casey competing in a Suzuki Swift emerged victorious in Class 23,while Derry Long swapped from the driving seat over to the Navigators Seat for this Event and guided Colin Roche in his Toyota Starlet to 1st in Class 11R, the Rally was won by Josh Moffett from Monaghan in a Ford Fiesta WRC who was in turn followed home by Donegal Man Declan Boyle in a similar Car with Moffett having a winning margin of just 7 Seconds after a hard days competition. Roy White was the top Tipperary competitor and he went on to finish 3rd overall also aboard a Fiesta WRC with Dromtarriffe Man James O`Brien as usual occupying the Co-Drivers Seat for White, so another good weekend was had for all the local Competitors who were competing in Clonmel. Round 5 of the National Championship will take place in Sligo on next Sunday August 19th.
Pictured below is Sean Moynihan in Action and Colin Philpott and Declan Casey being presented there Class 23 Award by John Ward of Tipperary Motor Club. there is also a Youtube link of Colin and Declan in action here at https://youtu.be/5yHefer95qs
I am coming to Ireland in April and am looking investigating some family history and visiting cemeteries.
I was looking for information on my grandfather’s family, the Leary/O’Leary family from the Dromtariffe Region. In particular, Cornelius Leary b.1831/1832, son of Cornelius Leary and Catherine O’Shea/Shea. Cornelius married Johanna Horgan and they came to Australia with Jeremiah and Catherine Leary in 1855.
I then came across a document titled From Dromagh to Sydney about the McMurtrie Family. My grandmother was a direct descendant of the family in this document. We never knew of a Irish connection.
I was hoping someone might be able to guide me in the direction of local cemeteries and records relating to theses two families?
On Monday 12th February, in Cork University Hospital, Julia Dunne (née Lucey), beloved wife of the late Sèan, loving mother of the late Julia Mary and Dermie. Sadly missed by her loving family, son William, daughter Margaret, grandchildren, great grandchildren Lexie and Ryan, sister Mary, son-in-law Vincent, daughter-in-law Mary, sister-in-law, nephews, nieces, relatives, neighbours and friends.
May She Rest in Peace
Reposing in Graces’s funeral home, Kanturk on Tuesday from 6pm followed by removal at 8pm to St John’s Church, Dromagh. Requiem Mass on Wednesday at 1pm followed by burial in Dromagh Cemetery. 
The death has occurred on Thursday 1st February 2018 of Con Horgan, Dysert, Dromagh, Cork. Peacefully and unexpectedly at his home beloved husband of Ann [née O’Connell] and loving and adored father of Conor, Lisa, and Sinead, and cherished son of the late Sean and Eilish [née Murphy] sadly missed by his loving family brothers Eddie and John, sisters Mary[O’Flynn], Kathleen [Cregan] and Siobhan [O’Connor], daughter in law Satomi, brothers in law and sisters in law Michael, Eamonn, Mike, Una, Kathleen, Noreen, Catherine, Bridie May, Maureen, and Jimmy, nieces and nephews grand-nephews god children Eamon and Harry, aunt Sheila, Fr. Andrew Reen, cousins relatives neighbours and friends . Suaimhneas síoraí dá anam dílis.
Reposing at St John’s Church, Dromagh on Sunday from 3pm to 6 pm Requiem Mass on Monday at 11 am burial afterwards in Dromagh Cemetery.
The final presentation from Dromtarriffe Cope fundraisers. A group of local ladies has been fundraising for Cope foundation for the last 48 years and have finally called it a day, with no one to take over the mammoth task the ladies made their final presentation to Joanne Higgins fundraising director for the Cope foundation,well done ladies. – with thanks to John Mullane for this post
Teddies in Wellies – keeping bears warm in this cold weather – The Thrift Shop at Minor Row has a new Facebook page, and they have more than you’d expect. Give them a like.
December has arrived and the Christmas season is creeping up on us quickly. In our weekly roundup of pictures on social media, In Pictures this week has twenty plus photos with a more festive feel. See them below: [read more …] “In Pictures – 3rd December 2017”
Annual Dromtariffe Parish Bazaar
in aid of the schools of the parish
will be held on
Sunday the 26th of November
Any donations of Books, Home Baking, Spinner prizes, etc would be greatly appreciated
and can be dropped into Derinagree NS, Dromagh NS or Rathcoole NS
over the next couple of weeks or to the Parish Hall on the morning of the Bazaar.
Meetings to organise it are held in the Parish Hall
every Wednesday at 8.30pm
Your support is greatly appreciated.
Huge Thanks To Michelle and the girls and all at Dromtariffe Football Club and Millstreet Vintage Group for thinking of us at the Penny Dinners
The death has occurred on Wednesday 8th November 2017 of Mary Buckley, Dromahoe, Dromagh, Cork. Peacefully in Padre Pio Nursing Home, Churchtown. Survived by her sister Josephine, nieces Marie and Bernadette, nephews Joseph, Anthony, Oliver, Adrian and Richard, cousins, friends and neighbours. May She Rest In Peace.
Reposing at Tarrant’s Funeral Home, Millstreet on Sunday from 6.30pm to 7.30pm followed by removal to St John’s Church, Dromagh. Requiem Mass on Monday at 12 noon followed by burial in St Mary’s Cemetery, Millstreet. 
Well its been a long week with a Hurricane and a Storm just gone by which we hope everybody got through Safely and without any Difficulty,and as a Result it is only now that the Millstreet Vintage Club have got around to thanking Everybody who both attended,took part and helped in any way with our Third and most Successful Model Toy Show to date held in Dromtariffe Hall last Sunday,a Record Crowd came to see the Show on the day which was enjoyed by Everybody that attended,there were fantastic Displays on Show from Exhibitors who came from both near and far and once again Event Organisers Donie Lucey, Johnny Flynn and all at Millstreet Vintage Club would like to thank Everybody for there support and look forward to seeing ye all again Next Year.
You can check out some great Photos here https://www.facebook.com/media/set/… captured by Matthew Twomeyy and more Photos by Tom Corbett at https://www.facebook.com/521710134582660/photos/…
Dont miss the Annual Model Toy Show hosted by Millstreet Vintage Club in Dromtariffe Hall on Tommorrow Sunday Oct 15th,The Show is always a great day out and there is something there for everyone both Young and Old including a wide display of Model Cars,Trucks,Tractors etc,Farm Setting Layouts,Remote Control Cars,Trucks,and Plant Hire,Dolls Houses and Furniture displays and much more,Admission is 5 Euro and Children are Free,Doors Open at 10.30 AM,for more information Contact Donie on 086- 8545873 or John on 087-9230332.
As you can see below from the Pictures Our Star Celebrity has arrived today in Millstreet after spending a couple of days Touring around the Country and should be in Dromtariffe Tommorrow Morning all going well,he got a drive from Mitchelstown to Millstreet in a K and L Truck and wants to thank K and L for that,he then went to Marios for Grub but it was shut so went to the Wallis Arms instead where he was treated very well,he then went to the Garda Station but didn’t get arrested thankfully and from there he mingled with the Locals around Town for a while,he then went to Colemans purely because he loves Tractors and is a big New Holland Fan,and from there he went on to visit Drishane and Green Glens before finishing his Tour at Mill Oils to see how the Oil Buisness in Millstreet is doing, he is now resting for the Night close to the Hall in Dromtariffe,rumour has it that Donie Lucey has given him B and B at his place but this can’t be confirmed,but what we can say is that he is still very very fired up about the Model Show now as it is so close to the day itself and is looking forward to meeting everybody Tommorrow as are all the other Celebrities including Mickey Mouse and Charlie Chaplin who are all in the area at this stage,and if you happen to come across any of them do stop and say hello or you can meet them all in Dromtariffe Tommorrow as well from 10.30 AM.
Due to unforeseen circumstances the “Come as you are” evening with Michael O’Muircheataigh in Derrinagree Church scheduled for tomorrow night (12th) has been cancelled. It will be rescheduled at a later date. Mass will be celebrated at 7.30p.m.
The programme continues Thursday the 19th of October with Joan Freeman of Pieta House attending the 7.30 Mass in Dromagh Church and speaking to those gathered. This will be followed by October the 26th with the special guest Ronán Mullen in Dromagh Chuch.  [read more …] “Dromtarriffe Parish Talk for Tomorrow Thursday Cancelled”
OUR CELEBRITY IS STILL ON THE MOVE
As we get yet another day closer to the Model Show in Dromtariffe the Famous Person we have been featuring on here over the last few days is still on route to Millstreet and on schedule to hopefully be in the area by Sunday just in time for the Model Show,this Morning he was sighted in Mother Hubbards Restuarant in Cashel having his Breakfast and was seen in the Town later,as you can see from the Picture below he still looks very happy as he always is,and is very excited about the Model Show,we will keep you updated on how he is getting on in his journey over the next couple of days.
The Famous Person we featured on here yesterday is still in the Country and was spotted near Portlaoise earlier today looking for a lift to Millstreet, he is still believed to be on target to hopefully be in Dromtariffe for the Model Show on Sunday next
The countdown is on to the Annual Model Toy Show hosted by Millstreet Vintage Club in Dromtariffe Hall on next Sunday Oct 15th,The Show is always a great day out and there is something there for everyone both Young and Old including a wide display of Model Cars,Trucks,Tractors etc,Farm Setting Layouts,Remote Control Cars,Trucks,and Plant Hire,Dolls Houses and Furniture displays and much more,also this Year one or two Celebrities are thinking of attending and might just turn up at the Show on the Day, as can be seen from the Photo below we already have one very famous person seen at Dublin Airport earlier with the Model Show being firmly on his mind so who knows he might be attending on Sunday, Admission is 5 Euro and Children are Free,for more information Contact Donie on 086- 8545873 or John on 087-9230332 for details.
The countdown is on to the Annual Model Toy Show hosted by Millstreet Vintage Club in Dromtariffe Hall on Sunday Oct 15th. The Show is always a great day out and has something for everyone both Young and Old. Watch this space over the coming days for news on one or two Celebrities that are thinking of attending and may appear at the Show on the Day. Admission is €5 and Children are Free. For more information, contact Donie on 086- 8545873, or John on 087-9230332 for details.
Millstreet Vintage Club recently made a presentation to Noel C. Duggan of an Aerial Photograph of his Shop and Yard which was taken on the Night of the Club’s BBQ Run held back in June. The presentation was made by the club to acknowledge the help that Noel C. and the Duggan Family have given in providing a Parking Facility for the Vintage Club BBQ Runs over the past 3 years and also for allowing the club the use of the Drishane grounds for the most recent BBQ Run held and for the Ford Tractor 100 Celebration Event held earlier this Year. The Aerial Photograph was taken and supplied by Munster Drone Services and you can check out there work and contact them at facebook.com/MunsterDroneServices
Pictured Below making the presentaton is Club Secretary Dan O`Riordan, Noel C. Duggan and John P. Kelleher who organized the recent BBQ Run.
The death has occurred on Thursday 6th July 2017 of Joan Fitzpatrick, Dromahoe, Dromagh, Cork.
Peacefully, in her 90th year, surrounded by the wonderful staff at Araglan Nursing Home, Boherbue. Deeply regretted by her nieces, relatives, neighbours, many friends, residents of the Cannon O’Donovan Centre and the nursing home. Rest in Peace.
Reposing in Tarrant’s Funeral Home, Millstreet, on Friday from 6.30pm followed by removal to St. Patrick’s Church, Millstreet, at 8pm. Requiem Mass on Saturday at 11am. Burial afterwards in St. Mary’s Cemetery.
Kelleher (Kanturk), on May 14th 2017, peacefully at Cork University Hospital, Hugh V., Woodview, Gurteen and formerly of Rosnalee Lodge, (late of Munster Cattle Breeding). Beloved husband of Nuala (nee O’Hanlon) and dear father of Kenneth and Adrian. Deeply regretted by his loving wife, sons, sisters Sr Anna Maria (Australia) and Rebecca (Desmond), brothers Henry and Denis, daughter-in-law Sara, sisters-in-law Carmel and Sheila, nieces, nephews, relatives and a large circle of friends.
Reposing at McCarthy’s Funeral Home, Banteer. Rosary on this Monday evening at 9pm. Reposing on tomorrow, Tuesday from 6.30pm followed by removal at 8pm to St John’s Church, Dromagh. Requiem Mass on Wednesday at 12 noon. Funeral afterwards to St John’s Cemetery, Glantane. May he Rest in Peace.