in the Parkway Hotel in Dunmanway Saturday the 23rd
March at 8.00 pm.
All support would be appreciated!
from Millstreet Macra
Millstreet Macra won their first National title since reforming 4 years ago. Our Question Time team of David O’ sullivan, Kieran Murphy, Dan Creedon and Mick Walsh (L-R on photo without trophies) beat off stiff competition in Castlebar at the end of February to take an outright victory and National Macra title back to Millstreet.
On Friday night last (1st March). the Millstreet Macra set dancers comprised of Niamh O’ Mahony,Tracey Lehane, Maura Sheahan, Cathriona Cullinane, Laura Lynch, Ciara Hickey, Deirdre O’Mahony and Eileen O’ Sullivan won the regional round of the National Talent Contest in Ballyanly. Kieran Murphy also won Mastermind in the National Talent Contest. Both groups will be representing the region at the upcoming county final which will be taking place in Imokilly on Easter Saturday.
On Saturday last night our debating team consisting of Rebecca Enright, Anneka Dunne, Katie Guerin and James Kelleher (L-R in photo) beat an enthusiastic Kerry Macra team to progress to next round of the national senior debating competition. Rebecca also was awarded the ‘Best Debater’ accolade on the night of the four teams competing. They will compete again on the 23rd of March, opposition and venue TBC.
To top off the night, Rebecca also took part in the Muskerry Macra ‘Titles’ night and came away with the prize of Miss Blue Jeans Muskerry 2013 and continue reading…
A huge congratulations to the Millstreet Macra team which won the Kerrygold Club Question Time Quiz National Final at Breaffy House Hotel in Castlebar, Co. Mayo on Saturday night. The team pictured above are Dan Creedon, Michael Walsh, David O’Sullivan and Kieran Murphy.
We like to wish the lads, James, Rebecca And Gary the very best of luck as the represent Millstreet & Muskerry in the National Semi Finals of Impromptu Debating this Saturday night October 6th In Cork Marts Corin Fermoy at 7.30pm, Any support would be greatly appreciated. - from Millstreet Macra
Chairperson of Millstreet Macra James Kelleher presenting the proceeds from there very successful Race Night to Members of the Local St.Vincent de Paul, Monday night last, September 24th. Total raised for them on the night was €800. Once again the Members of Millstreet Macra would like to thank everyone who supported the night and helped make it the success that it was!
The Muskerry Macra round of Impromptu debating is taking place in the Church Meeting Rooms in Millstreet on this Friday the 14th of September at seven o’clock! Millstreet Macra will have a team and everyone is welcome!
from Millstreet Macra
Millstreet Macra would like to thank everyone who came to our race night on Saturday last in Corkery’s. We would like to thank each and every one of our very generous sponsors without their support the night would not have been possible or the success that it was.
We will host an open evening in the GAA hall this Friday evening August 24th between 7 and 10pm. Anyone aged between 17 & 35 can join Macra, so come along meet the members and see what Macra has on offer for you. We will be on hand to answer any questions ye may have. For further information contact us @ <email> / 087-3684138.
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The event will start at 8pm Sharp with a FREE BBQ provided on the night. You can place bets on all 12 races and to toast your success, we will also have DJ Nev banging out some classic disco tunes after the race night is complete. All money raised on the night will go towards helping both St Vincent De Paul & Millstreet Macra. There will also be prizes for best dressed male and female on the night.
Millstreet Macra has been established now for almost 40 years. It continues to provide an outlet for young people aged between 18-35. In the past few years like most voluntary organisation Millstreet Macra has been hit by the recession.
The Fundraising Race Night is seen as a way to help Millstreet Macra and St Vincent De Paul to continue the good work they do within their local community. We hope that each and everyone can support Millstreet Macra in this endeavour.
If you would like to speak to any of the Macra team and or continue reading…
Millstreet Macra’s May monthly meeting will take place tomorrow Friday night in the front room of Corkery’s Bar at 9.30 . It is our last meeting before our AGM and we will be discussing our club plans for the summer (Fundraising, days/nights out etc) as well as the upcoming regional Tag Rugby competition (for anyone who currently isn’t a member but would like to be involved in any of the above activities especially the Tag then please come along Friday night, message us on Facebook or contact us on 087 3684138 to let us know!) – from Millstreet Macra
Victorious at the Munster Scór Sinsir Finals in Tullamore were the Millstreet GAA Novelty Act of Niamh O’Mahony, James Kelleher, Eily Buckkley, Rebecca Enright and Stephen O’Riordan The All Ireland Scor Sinsir final is on in the INEC, Killarney at 3pm on Saturday 21st April. Photos by Geraldine Dennehy – more below continue reading…
Millstreet Macra‘s Mystery Tour tickets are nearly all gone. If you want some get onto the contacts above ASAP.
Congratulations to the Millstreet Macra team of Steven O’ Riordan, Eoin O’ Sullivan, Dan Creedon, Rebecca Enright and James Kelleher who finished second in the All-Ireland Macra Club Question Time final which was held last Saturday night at the Hamlet Hotel, Johnstownbridge, Enfield, Co. Meath (February 18th)
The Irish Farmers Association President John Bryan will visit Millstreet tomorrow night (Thursday 26th January), when he addresses a Duhallow IFA meeting in the Wallis Arms Hotel at 8:30pm. The meeting will discuss current farming issues, the Common Agriculture Policy 2014 negotiations, and land reclamation. All are welcome.
To understand why these topics are currently important, read the following articles:
* CAP 2014 – The Battle Begins (from the Farmers Journal)
* Land Reclamation – Proposals Meet Strong Resistance (from the Farmers Journal)
The Cork County Novice Debating final was held recently in Ballinagree, with Millstreet Macra representing the Muskerry Macra na Feirme region and Bantry Macra representing the Carbery Region. An entertaining debate was had with Millstreet emerging as overall victors on the night. Club members Rebecca Enright and James Kelleher won the ‘Best Chairperson’ and ‘Best Speaker’ awards respectively on the night – both have won the awards twice previously in the three rounds leading up to the Final which is an impressive feat in itself. We wish the team the best of luck in the Senior Debating in the New Year. Above L-R are: Kevin Walsh (Cork County Chairperson), James Kelleher, Rebecca Enright, Steven O’ Riordan.
They will now take part in the Final versus Bantry Macra na Feirme. The Final takes place in Ballinagree N.S. on Saturday, the 3rd December at 8.00 pm. All support would be greatly appreciated!
Millstreet Macra’s November club meeting will take place this Saturday, 12th November, in the Pub, Carriganimma at 8.00 p.m. It will be followed by a club night out in the same venue with drinks and food from 9.00 p.m. and we will be joined by members from our newest – and closest – Muskerry club, Aghinagh Macra.
Anyone interested in joining can contact us on 087 3684138 or just come along on the night.
Well done to the Millstreet Macra novice debating team, who have reached the semi-final stage in Cork County on Sunday last, where they defeated a very strong Glanmire team to reach the last four. Team consists of Rebecca Enright, Michael O’ Riordan and James Kelleher. James also received the best speaker award on the day. Best of luck in the next round lads.