Irish Mountain Runners Association Millstreet was the true focal point for numerous energetic Athletes from 6:00 am until Sat. Night when no less that three highly regarded Mountain Races took place. The first group of Athletes were transported to Kealkil in West Cork where at 8am they began their journey to Millstreet. Gavin Byrne of Dublin was the first to reach the finishing flag just before 3pm. A second group were transported to Ballyvourney from where they set off for Millstreet. Official tracking was provided where one could follow on a special phone app at what stage the various participants were. And at 1pm a group of almost one hundred climbed Clara Mountain. Here we share some 24 images from what was a wonderfully sporting occasion in Millstreet. Splendid refreshments were provided in Millstreet GAA Community Hall. Click on the images to enlarge. (S.R.)
INTERMEDIATE FOOTBALL LEAGUE
on THIS SUNDAY 10th Feb. 2019
We thank Sharon for the Notice. (S.R.)
Congratulations to Martina Kiely of Station Road, Millstreet on winning the All Ireland Masters Cross Country Championships in Louth on Sunday, and to Millstreet Community School pupils Caoimhe, Sarah, and Orla who were the third team at the South Munster Cross Country Championships on Friday. [read more …] “Millstreet Athletic Club”
Local girls Niamh, Katie and Isabelle were lucky enough to travel with Kanturk Rugby Club to watch the international rugby match last night in Energia stadium. The U12 girls got to play at half time and all the girls from the club got to do the guard of honour which was a huge privilege unfortunately luck was not on Ireland’s side but they had an amazing time at the match. Kanturk ladies rugby club is always looking for new members and everyone is welcome.
Correction: The poster below should read “Saturday 9th February”, and not “Sunday 9th February” [read more …] “Clara Mountain Run”
Couch to 5k is starting Monday 4th February and will be held every Monday and Wednesday night 8pm in Millstreet Town Park for 8 weeks €40.
Millstreet Community Student Third Year student, Ciarán O’Sullivan from Mologhroe, Cullen has been called up to the Republic of Ireland Under-15 Squad. They travel to Spain next week for three matches against Spain, the Netherlands and Hungary. Ciarán, who plays with Mallow United, is the sole Cork, and indeed Munster, representative to have been selected for this prestigious tournament and he is expected to earn his first cap for Ireland during the week. On Friday morning (25th Jan. 2019) School Principal Pól Ó Síodhcháin in the presence of the Student Assembly and Staff presented Ciarán with a special certificate on behalf of the school. He had his Ireland jersey with him and some of the School’s own soccer team kitted out for the occasion. Ciarán’s mother, Marie, was also present for the uplifting occasion. We extend sincere congratulations to the wonderfully talented Ciarán on such a magnificent sporting achievement. We thank Principal Pól for alerting us to the presentation and for providing the background information. Here we share a selection of some twelve images from the special event. Even a splendid rainbow appeared over the School following the occasion! Click on the images to enlarge. (S.R.) [read more …] “MCS Presentation to Soccer Player Supreme Ciarán O’Sullivan of Cullen”
Great club bonding day for U9 and U10 teams Camogie Girls who went Rollerjam last Saturday on the Guard Community bus driven by one of our local Guards Gary Kingston. We are very grateful to be allowed to use this bus for our club outing. The bus is available to any local voluntary groups in the Macroom District.
Millstreet added to their sequence of wins to collect the Co. Senior Scór Table Quiz Final hosted in the Eire Óg GAA Pavilion, Ovens. On doing so, Millstreet collected their 24th title since 1994. Team members on this occasion were Con and Mary Meade, Jerry Doody, and John Tarrant.
Interestingly, Millstreet natives figured on other competing teams, Michael Creedon, part of a Kinsale team placed third and Denis McSweeney was involved with Carbery Rangers.
Completing a great night for Duhallow was Boherbue retaining their Co. Scór na nÓg Table Quiz title. Boherbue and Millstreet progress to represent Cork in the All Ireland Scór Finals in Castlebar.
Today, the Munster Scór na nÓg Finals take place in Cappoquin, best of luck to Kate O’Sullivan and the Cullen Ballad Group, both representing Cork after terrific wins in the Co. Final. — with thanks to John Tarrant for this report Update: The Cullen Ballad Group won the Munsters, and will compete at the All Ireland Scór na nÓg Finals in Castlebar on Saturday, February 16. 
Millstreet Athletic Club AGM
will take place next Monday 21st January at 8.15pm
in the Millstreet Parish Centre.
St. John’s GAA Club AGM
will take place
next Sunday 20th January
at 5pm in Aubane School.
All members are requested to attend. All new members are also very welcome
Also, a limited number of tickets are available for our Social on Saturday 26th January in The Castle Hotel, Macroom. Please contact Don on 0877668669 or Jerry on 0879103891
Dromtarriffe v Millstreet. We got our neighbours, newly promoted from the Junior ranks, in Round 1 of the Cork Intermediate Football Championship ⚽ 1 [read more …] “Just look who got paired together in the Draw for the Football Championship”
Below are Dates for upcoming Events on the Schedule for 2019 to be held by Millstreet Vintage Club to keep a note of in your Diary
Millstreet Vintage Club Cars Coffee and Chat Morning in aid of Cork Simon Community Sunday Jan 20th at The Wallis Arms Hotel Millstreet all Vintage/Classic Cars Bikes Tractors etc Welcome on the Day from 11.00am to 3.00pm,Contact Donie Lucey on 086-8545873 for more details.
Millstreet Vintage Club Cars Coffee and Chat Morning Sunday Feb 24th at Cafe Aroma Millstreet,all Vintage/Classic Cars Bikes Tractors etc Welcome on the Day from 11.00am to 3.00pm,Contact Donie Lucey on 086-8545873 for more details.
St Patricks Day Parade Millstreet Sunday March 17th
Millstreet Vintage Club Spring Car Run in Memory of Johnny Hickey Sunday March 24th,for more details Contact Denis on 087-2033350.
Sunday April 14th Millstreet Vintage Club Autojumble in Millstreet Town,For Details Contact Dan O`Riordan on 087-2452569.
Sunday May 12th Millstreet Vintage Club Tractor Run, for more details Contact Johnny Flynn on 087-9230332.
Saturday Evening June 22nd Millstreet Vintage Club Annual BBQ Run,Contact Dan on 087-2452569.
Sunday June 30th Circuit of Ireland Stages Run Revisited leaving Millstreet Town Contact Donie Lucey on 086 8545873 for more details.
Sunday July 28th Charity Truck Run leaving Millstreet Town Contact Dan on 087-2452569.
Millstreet Vintage Club Autumn Car Run Sunday September 8th for more details,Contact Luke Hurley on 086-8805437.
Millstreet Vintage Club CART Tractor Run Sunday September 15th for more details Contact Sean on 087-2600640 or Dan on 087-2452569.
Millstreet Vintage Club Model Toy Show Sunday Oct 13th 2018,Admission 5 EURO,Children FREE,Contact Donie Lucey on 086-8545873 for more details.
Millstreet Vintage Club Weekend Away/Car Run Sat/Sun Nov 23rd/24th for more details,Contact Luke Hurley on 086-8805437.
“Come join in from Thursday 17th January when we light up the town park gaa pitch in conjunction with operation transformation- starting 7pm.” 
Millstreet U21 Hurling team
& Duarigle Gaels U21 Football team
won their respective Duhallow Championships.
On next Saturday night (12th January) a
presentation evening will take place in the
Wallis Arms Hotel to both teams.
To book tickets for this evening please contact either:
TONY MCCAUL (087) 9379269, or
SHARON LANE (086) 8304356
Tickets cost €22.50 each
Report from Day 1 (Radio Kerry):
ORDER OF RUNNING @ MILLSTREET TOWN PARK
Friday the 4th, and Saturday the 5th of January
Judge: Brendan Purcell
Slipper: Sean McAuliffe
Start 11.30am both days.
FRIDAY: Twice through Derby Trial Stakes & Oaks Trial Stakes. Once through North Cork Cup (immediately after interval).
SATURDAY: Start with Tanyard Stakes, Game Protection Cup & complete card. [ICC]
Kanturk AFC are currently recruiting players for their U17 soccer team. If anyone has any interest in joining or would know of anyone interested please don’t hesitate to Contact Neilus Higgins (087) 669 9639
Training is currently taking place in Newmarket on Wednesday evenings from 7:30-9:00pm, if anyone wants to call and have a look. ⚽⚽⚽⚽
Millstreet GAA would like to
thank everyone that supported
the Race Night Fundraiser. It
was a great success! The
support is greatly
The Irish Cancer Society wishes to thank everyone who supported the Christmas jumper run last Saturday. It was great turnout with over €600 raised.
A special thanks to the Duggan family who allowed access to Drishane Estate, a beautiful place and to Milltech, Aroma Cafe, Tom Corbett – TMC photography, and all the stewards.
Thanks so much 🤗
A bicycle – Viking 2018 Westminster 20″ Gents Traditional 6 Speed bike – like the one pictured above was stolen yesterday evening in the Millstreet area. Used for commuting on a daily basis and is badly missed. If you see the bicycle anywhere or are offered it for sale please
contact 083 400 1801
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.
Delighted to receive from wonderfully dedicated Team Coach, Jimmy Murphy the uplifting news this evening. “A great win by St.John’s at Ovens today. A fantastic display of football and heart. They are an outstanding bunch of Players. The exciting score: St. John’s 1 – 9 to Kilmurry 1 – 8 ” shared by Jimmy on text shortly after the game. Sincere congratulations to Jimmy and the magnificent Team on being splendidly victorious in the final.
Having represented Dublin in the Final of Miss Ireland 2018 Maria created awareness for the Irish Cancer Society by running the Dublin Mini Marathon. After completing her Masters in UCC she joined Asset Management in Dublin. Thrilled to be selected as Miss Dublin she prepared to full capacity for the mini marathon:
“Being the current Miss Dublin in this years Miss Ireland was an amazing platform and being a finalist allowed me to be a major advocate of charities special to me. It gave me the wonderful opportunity to raise necessary funds for Irish Cancer Research . I am so grateful to all the wonderful people who donated so generously and as a result €5,623.00 was raised. A massive Thank You to all who did contribute and for helping me support such a deserving cause.”
Best of luck
to Beibhinn Moynihan, Eimer O’Leary and Caoimhe O’Leary
whom are running in the All Ireland Cross Country Championships
in Abbotstown, Dublin