Shane to get his First Start for Cork Footballers

Congrats to Shane Hickey who is scheduled to get his first start for the Cork Senior Footballers tomorrow evening, Thursday January 2nd 2020 at 7:30pm in Mallow. Last year he was part of the Cork under 21’s who claimed the All-Ireland title, so hopefully this will be the first of many. [GAA Cork]

Result: Cork 3-19 Tipperary 0-14
Match Report: Hurley bags hat-trick as Cork defeat Tipperary to reach McGrath Cup final [Sportsfile] [inPhoto]

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Notification of Incorrect Date Published for upcoming Millstreet Vintage Club Event

Millstreet Vintage Club would like to clarify that a Charity Pub Quiz to be held in McCarthys Bar Millstreet has been recently advertised on a couple of Media Platforms for next Sunday Night Dec 29th,this is actually incorrect,the Quiz will actually take place in February instead,the Club would like to apologise for any inconvenience this may cause.

For anybody that might have been intending to attend the Quiz you could drop by and support St Johns Football Club who are holding a Charity Quiz on next Sunday Evening Dec 29th at 5pm in the Bush Bar in Millstreet,All proceeds to Millstreet Playground,Table of 4 €40
Music by Joe Guerin from 9pm
Your Support is greatly appreciated.

An Interview with Con Hartnett

An Interview with Con Hartnett
10th May 2004, By Danny O Neill

Four Millstreet men were on duty during that famous September day in 1973. Starring in the half~back line was Connie Hartnett as the Sam Maguire Cup was reclaimed by the rebels.
Born in 1951 Connie Hartnett was always destined to be a footballer as his mothers first cousin was Din Connors a member of the All~Ireland winning Cork team of 1945.
Ironically, Din Connors played at left~half back against Cavan in that final, the next time Cork would win an All Ireland another Millstreet man Connie Hartnett would be playing in the same position.
Growing up and playing with Millstreet, who were strong at underage level at that time, Con was picked for the Cork Minor team.”I was very lucky to be picked on such a talented team that won back to back All~Irelands in 1968 and 69.  [read more …] “An Interview with Con Hartnett”

Darragh Shares All-Ireland Cup with Neighbours & Friends

To show his sincere appreciation to his Neighbours and Friends who have been so hugely supportive to his sporting career over the past year – even the printing of a wonderfully impressive road sign in the Liscahane and Cloghoula areas – Darragh Cashman, his Parents and Family arranged to share the All-Ireland Cup with All during a photo opportunity session in Millstreet GAA Community Hall on Wednesday, 4th Dec. 2019 at 8pm.  Also on display was Darragh’s All-Star Award.  Here we share two of the group images from the uplifting event.  (S.R.)

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

Darragh Cashman with Cork Minor Cup in GAA Hall Wednesday 8pm

The Cashman Family wish to thank everyone who supported Darragh and the Cork Minor Football Team during the year.
On this Wednesday night, 4th Dec. 2019 between 8 and 9pm Darragh will have the Cork Minor Cup in Millstreet GAA Community Hall and everyone is welcome to come and have their picture taken with the Cup.  We thank Sharon Lane for the notice.  (S.R.)

Knocknagree Ladies Football Annual Family Bingo in Cullen

Knocknagree Ladies Football Annual Family Bingo will be held in Cullen Community Centre on Sunday November 3rd at 3pm. Books are €15, €10, and €5. Shop and raffle on the day. Everyone welcome and all support is appreciated. For any further information or to sponsor a line or full house or to donate a raffle prize please call Catherine on (083) 3498778.

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Darragh’s Minor All-Star

Darragh Cashman and his Family would like to take this chance to thank everyone, too many to mention, for all their good wishes and support throughout the year, which cumulated in an All-Ireland Minor Football Medal, and an All-Star selection.

Darragh on receiving his GAA Minor All-Star Award.

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Homecoming Celebrations

On Saturday evening. our victorious U20 & Minor All-Ireland winners brought to Millstreet and Cullen the Tommy Markam Cup and the Clarke Cup, and were celebrated with a parade through town from the Macroom Road to the GAA Hall, followed by a reception in the GAA Hall.
Here are some of the photos form that great evening:

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All Ireland Scór Finals 1993

The largest crowd ever at a Scór Final was on May 22nd 1993, where close on 3000 people packed the Green Glens Complex in Millstreet, Co. Cork. Fear a’ Tí for the evening was G.A.A. legend Micheál Ó Muircheartaigh. Ballinamore born, Fr. Dan Gallogly was Cathaoirleach of the Coiste Cultúir. Below are photographs of all the competitors that took to the stage. [f][f2]

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