Millstreet Community Council
the best of luck on Sunday.
It is a great honour
a Millstreet man
on the Cork team.
Please put out your flags in support
Result: Cork 1-11 Tyrone 2-6 🙂
Match updates will be on the Cork LGFA twitter page. [read more …] “Good luck Chloé in the All-Ireland Semi Today”
Result: Millstreet 2-16(22) Kanturk 1-9(12). Congrats all, and well played, especially in the second half when the Sráid took control of the game.
Duhallow Junior A Hurling Championship
MILLSTREET v KANTURK
in Castlemagner, this Friday evening July 14th at 7:45pm
PLEASE GIVE THE LADS YOUR SUPPORT
Not many hurling medals make their way to this part of Cork, so when there’s two on one day, it is something to special, as Conor O’Callaghan won a Minor medal, and Mark Ellis a Senior medal. On top of that Jack O’Riordan threw over a point in the primary game 🙂 Below are some photos from the day:
All roads lead to Thurles today for the Munster Hurling Finals where three local lads are playing for Cork. First up is Conor O’Callaghan at corner back (#2) for the Cork Minors (2pm). Then it’s the turn of Jack O’Riordan in the Primary Game. Finally Mark Ellis lines up at centre back (#6) for the Seniors against Clare (4pm). The best of luck to them all, and have a great day everyone that’s lucky enough to have tickets.
It follows on from a day when four local lads were representing Cork footballers underage: Francis Cronin, captain of the U16s; Darragh Cashman & Luke Murphy, U15s; and Eoin Sheahan, U14.
[read more …] “Our Thurles Trio”
Humphrey Kelleher was undoubtedly one of the most under-rated full backs to play for Cork. He did not play inter-county minor or under-21, but once he broke into the Cork senior football team, he made the full back position his own. Although Humphrey was renowned for his great strength and fearless tackling he was also an excellent footballer. He was the perfect foil for any slick moving attack and he only had to look west from his home in Millstreet and the whole of Kerry shook with fright – Diarmuid O’Donovan
INTER-COUNTY: By the late 1960’s Kelleher had joined the Cork senior team, however, the team was forced to play second fiddle to Kerry. In 1971 Cork were back. A 0–25 to 0–14 trouncing of back-to-back All-Ireland champions Kerry gave Kelleher a coveted Munster winners’ medal. Cork, however, were later defeated by eventual champions Offaly in the All-Ireland semi-final.
Two years later Kelleher secured his second Munster winners’ medal. The 5–12 to 1–15 defeat of arch-rivals Kerry showed the traditional football powers that Cork were coming. The subsequent All-Ireland final pitted Cork against Galway. Teenager Jimmy Barry-Murphy scored the first of his two goals after just two minutes before scored a third for Cork after switching to left wing-forward. At full-time Cork were the champions by 3–17 to 2–13. This victory gave Kelleher a coveted All-Ireland winners’ medal. [read more …] “Humphrey Kelleher the Footballer”
Cork’s nine year wait for a Munster Minor Hurling Championship final appearance is over as they produced a hugely impressive performance to down the reigning champions Tipperary in this evening’s semi-final replay on a scoreline of 2-22 to 2-19. Starring at corner back (#2) was Conor O’Callaghan from Kilcorney, who plays his hurling with Keale Gaels (Dromtarriffe & Millstreet).
In the first game Conor came in for special mention for an excellent display at corner back, and similarly in the replay: “Conor O’Callaghan again impressive”. The final is on next Sunday in Thurles at 2pm and precedes the Senior final in which Mark Ellis will most likely be playing also.
Cork show steel to finally battle past Tipperary – “…When Tipp trimmed the margin to just a point in injury time extra time was looming, but Conor O’Callaghan and the Roches twins, Eoin and Brian, ensured Cork cleared their lines…” [read more …] “Munster Minor Hurling Final Becons for Conor”
The best of luck to Kevin Crowley who has been picked at win back (#7) on the Cork team to play Kerry in the Munster Senior Football Championship Final tomorrow Sunday 2nd July in Fitzgerald Stadium, Killarney @ 2pm has been announced as follows. Don’t expect him to stay there though. Most see him moving to the full back line.
Also, it will be ‘extra special‘ for the Millstreet Pipe Band who will lead out the teams in the pre match parade at Fitzgerald Stadium for the first time in many years.
COUNTY JUNIOR C FOOTBALL FINAL
ST. JOHN’S v LOUGH ROVERS
This Friday, June 23rd @7.45pm in Carrigadrohid
Come support Jimmy & the team in the county final.
BEST OF LUCK LADS. BRING IT HOME
Congratulations to our Duarigle Gaels Minor team and management who won the Non-Exam League Final last night in Cill na Matra with a 2-10 to 1-9 victory over Agninagh (ht: 1-4 to 0-4). All the sweeter as Aghinagh had beaten us a week earlier in the league. (photo Duarigle Gaels Keale Gaels)
[read more …] “Non Exam League Champions”
Kanturk Co-op Marts Duhallow Junior A Hurling Championship
Millstreet v Tullylease
in Rathcoole this evening at 8pm
Please come out and support the lads
Result: Millstreet 2-11 Tullylease 3-11. Three goals in the last quarter sealed the game for Tullylease. [read more …] “Junior Hurling Championship Tonight”
“A commanding defensive display from Ellis was instrumental in Cork’s victory today – catching many of the opposing puck-outs in a wonderful show of aerial ability. Although Pauric Mahony did enjoy the odd score, there is no denying that Ellis won the battle with his marker for the most part.
There was simply no getting past the Millstreet man today, and he complemented a fine individual performance with a superb score in what was arguably one of his best displays in a Rebels jersey.” – Pundit Arena
Mark was interview after the game by Mark Dinan of Red FM. Listen to it here from the Big Red Bench podcast (41:35-44:15)
There will be live coverage of the game on RTE Sports, C103, Radio na Gaeltachta with updates on Cork’s 96FM, Red FM, Cork GAA website and Twitter page, but nothing beats being there!!
Result: Cork 1-10 Tipperary 1-9 (HT: 0-1 to 0-4)
Kevin had a fine game, especially in the second half. see match reports, photos, etc below.
O’KEEFFE (Castleknock, Dublin, and formerly of Mill Lane, Millstreet) June 2nd., 2017 (peacefully) in the loving care of the staff at Our Lady’s Hospice, Harold’s Cross, Jeremiah (Jerry), beloved husband of Bernadette and dear father of Catriona, Des, Evelyn and Ann Marie. Deeply regretted by his loving family, brother John, his cherished grandchildren, sons-in-law, daughter-in-law, nieces, nephews, extended family and friends. May he rest in peace.
Reposing at Our Lady’s Hospice, Harold’s Cross on Monday evening (5th. June) between 4 o’c and 6 o’c. Removal on Tuesday morning (6th. June) to The Church of Our Lady Mother of the Church, Castleknock, arriving for Requiem Mass at 11 o’c followed by private cremation in Mount Jerome Crematorium. Family flowers only, please. Donations if desired, to Our Lady’s Hospice, Harold’s Cross.
[read more …] “Death Notice: Jerry O’Keeffe, Dublin & Mill Lane”
The best of luck to Kevin Crowley who has been named at wing back for the Cork Footballers as they take on Waterford in this evening’s (Saturday 27th May) Munster Senior Football Championship quarter-final in Fraher Field, Dungarvan @ 7pm.
Having played with Cork in the league for a few seasons, he has thankfully avoided injury this season and has his first Championship start.
Result: Waterford 1-11 Cork 1-12 – See photos and match reports below:
A few short years ago we were thrilled when Mark Ellis became the first Millstreet hurler on the Cork Senior Hurling team. Now in command of the centre back spot he is one of the senior players on the team, much is expected of him and others as Cork take on Tipperary today with a host of new players.
Cork beat Tipp in the league earlier in the year, but Tipp are smarting a big defeat in the league final. Expect Mark to drop back in front of his full back to help prevent goals, but it won’t be easy for Cork today against the All Ireland champions.
Munster SHC quarter-final: Tipperary v Cork, Semple Stadium, 4pm. There will be live coverage of the game on RTÉ2 (TV), RTE Radio, C103, Radio na Gaeltachta with updates on Cork’s 96FM, Red FM, Cork GAA website and Twitter page, but nothing beats being there!
Result: Tipperary 1-16 Cork 2-27 🙂 A great game, and Mark played a blinder also. see more below: [read more …] “Cork v Tipp: Good luck Mark”
After an epic struggle and with goals galore, Derinagree National School emerged victorious with a goal to spare over a gallant St.Brendan’s Rathcoole National School, in the Rural Schools Football Finals, held today in Rathcoole. Well done to all the teams and organisers for an excellent competition.
Final score: Derinagree 5-8 Rathcoole 4-8
Far north of this countryside near Warrnambool
In the mid to late fifties in Millstreet Town i went to primary school
Years later one who would prove himself a man among men
Humphrey Kelleher was the strong boy of the schoolyard back then
Humphrey as a young teenager full of youthful elan
As a boy tall and sturdy and as strong as a man
Not gentle or shy but not a bully in any way
Yet any boy who tested his might had some price for to pay
[read more …] “The Strong Boy Of The Schoolyard”
The best of luck to all our local primary schools competing tomorrow 🙂
Special thanks to Kilcorney NS for sending the fixture list.
Commiserations to Shane Hickey (Millstreet) and Evan Murphy (Dromtarriffe) who played with the Cork Minors who lost the Munster Minor semi-final last night to Kerry, but it’s great vindication for the local clubs to see more of our lads making the grade and playing in the Cork geansaí. Evan goaled after ten seconds, and added another two points during the game, while Shane came on after half time, but Kerry weren’t for stopping at that stage. [read more …] “Shane and Evan played with the Cork Minors last night”
Result: MILLSTREET 1-15 -v- FREEMOUNT 1-13.
Well done to all involved 🙂
Duhallow Junior A Hurling Championship
MILLSTREET 1-15 -v- FREEMOUNT 1-13
This Sunday 23rd April
Result: Millstreet 1-15 Mayfield 1-10 (Half time: 1-9 to 1-4) 🙂
The very best of luck to Shane Hickey (Millstreet) and Evan Murphy (Dromtarriffe) who take part in this evening’s Electric Ireland Munster Minor Football Championship Quarter-Final for Cork against Tipperary this evening in Thurles.
Evan is picked at centre forward while Shane is listed amongst the subs.
Cork v Tipperary, Wednesday 12th April, 2017 @ 7pm, at Semple Stadium, Thurles, extra time if necessary.
Result: Cork 3-21 Tipperary 1-8 🙂
The Cork football team for tonight’s Munster Minor Championship v Tipperary in Semple Stadium, Thurles @ 7pm has been announced and can be seen on the Cork GAA website
(a last ditch goal by Robert Emmets stealing the win)
MILLSTREET GAA CLUB
ALL ADULT MEMBERS, OFFICERS. SUPPORTERS & PLAYERS ARE REMINDED OF OUR
ANNUAL REGISTRATION NIGHT
NEXT FRIDAY NIGHT 24th FEBRUARY
BETWEEN 7.30 & 8.30pm
in Millstreet GAA Community Hall
MEMBERSHIP NUMBERS WILL BE ISSUED ON THE NIGHT
AND YOU WILL THEN BE ABLE TO REGISTER FOR
THE GAA REWARD SCHEME – GMRA
FULL DETAILS ON THE NIGHT.
We thank Sharon Lane for the notice. (S.R.)
ADULT MEMBERS: €60
STUDENT MEMBERS: €40
FUNDRAISER- CLOTHES COLLECTION
We are collecting the following items to raise money for the club : Men’s/Women’s/Children’s clothing, shoes, belts, handbags, soft toys, household textiles incl curtains & towels, mobile phones (must be given separately).
The following drop off points are available:
For more information or to organise a pick up outside times contact jerry on 087 9103891. [St.John’s on facebook]