Congratulations to Chloé Collins who helped Cork to a fine victory over Kerry in yesterday’s Munster Senior Ladies Football Final in CIT. She is pictured below with her niece Mia.
Final score Cork 5-13 Kerry 2-10 🏆 🏆 🏆
Millstreet Community Council wishes the very best of luck to Chloe Collins and Kevin Crowley who will be participating in the Senior Munster Finals versus Kerry in Cork this coming Saturday, 23rd June 2018. We thank Chairman MCC, Noel Buckley for this special greeting to both outstanding sports people on such a prestigious occasion. (S.R.)
Ladies Football Final: Cork 5:13 Kerry 2:10 (result) Men’s Football Final (7pm): Cork v Kerry (Live on RTE 1)
Best of luck to Mark Ellis and to the Cork Hurling team as they take on Limerick in this evening’s Munster Senior Hurling Championship. Mark is due to line out at #5. Stand tickets are mostly sold out. If you can’t make the match, it’s also on Sky Sports Arena.
Munster Senior Hurling Championship Result: Cork 1-25Limerick 0-28 Páirc Uí Caoimh 7pm Sat June 2nd
The very best of luck to Chloé Collins who has been named to start at corner back for Cork in the Munster Senior Ladies Championship Semi Final, tomorrow Saturday June 2nd against Tipperary in Ardfinnan @ 2pm. It’s her first championship start for Cork Seniors !
TG4 Munster Ladies SFC semi-final Result: Tipperary 1-10Cork 2-12 in Ardfinnan, Co. Tipperary Saturday June 2nd 2018, at 2pm
The best of luck to Kevin Crowley who has been named to start at corner back for Cork in the Munster Senior Football Championship this Saturday May 26th against Tipperary in Thurles at 7pm.
The game will not be shown live on TV but there will be highlights on The Sunday Game on RTÉ 2 at 9:30pm on Sunday and on the RTÉ Player. For football fans from Cork who also follow Liverpool, this is a bit of a ‘mare. Munster Council confirm Tipperary-Cork semi-final will clash with Champions League final.
Chloé Collins pictured with her niece Saoirse Kiely after Cork lost by two points to Mayo in the LIDL All Ireland Division 1 League Semi-Final today in St. Brendan’s Park, Birr, Co. Offaly. Chloé started at wing forward and had a very solid performance.
The very best of luck to Chloé Collins who is starts tomorrow for Cork Senior Ladies Footballers, for the first time. I’m sure she won’t mind the long trip to Letterkenny where she starts at #13.
Lidl Ladies NFL Division 1 – Round 5: Donegal v Cork, 6.00pm, O’Donnell Park, Letterkenny, (G. McMahon, Mayo) – … Holders Cork and All-Ireland champions Dublin are safely through to the last four, Donegal, beaten Division 1 finalists last year, must beat champions Cork in Letterkenny on Saturday evening and hope that Galway slip up against Westmeath on Sunday in order to qualify … (RTÉ)
Millstreet GAA Predictor 2018
He has won All-Ireland’s! He has won Strictly Come Dancing! But can he win Millstreet GAA’s Sports Predictor? Can you beat his score? See Aidan’s entries on below image!
New additional rounds system gives even more chances to win! Entries extended due to the recent weather. Closing date now Monday March 12th! Get your entry sheet from any club member this weekend and see if you can beat Aidan!
Many congrats to all those with local collections that were involved in the Scór na nÓg Finals in Sligo IT yesterday. Especially to Maggie Moynihan from Cullen who won the recitation, Aoife McSweeney of Carbery Rangers who won the Ballad Group and whose father Denis is from Tooreenbawn, Laois who won the Instrumental Music were trained by Siobhan Buckley of Rathcoole, to the Boherbue Quiz Team who finished third, and to Katie Lynch (Longford) in the Recitation, whose parents are from Ballydaly and Cullen
Orlagh O’Gorman, Rachel Hodnett, Cáit Ní Chríodáin, Aoife Nic Shuibhne and Joan O’Donovan from Carbery Rangers, @OfficialCorkGAA after winning the Ballad Groups category during the All-Ireland Scór na nÓg Final 2018 pic.twitter.com/phim8IwtOY
Conall Ó Cnáimhín from Borris/Kilcotton, @CLGLaois is presented with the cup by Uachtarán Chumann Lúthchleas Gael Aogán Ó Fearghail after winning the Instrumental Music category during the All-Ireland Scór na nÓg Final 2018 pic.twitter.com/VT23jFuKcv
A big congrats to Chloe Collins who was togged out for the first time for Cork Senior Ladies Footballers as they eased past Kerry 2-17 to 0-9 in Knocknagoshel on Sunday.
Chloé plays her football with Dromtarriffe Ladies, and is no stranger to the Cork geansaí, having played football and camogie with the Cork underage teams all the way up. The very best to her as she continues to break into the Cork setup. [read more …] “Chloé Called up to Cork Seniors”
Congratulations to Kevin Crowley who yesterday captained UCC to victory in the Higher Education GAA Senior Football League Division 1 final at the Mardyke, beating UL on a scoreline of 0-12 to 0-10.  [match report]
Millstreet GAA extends thanks to everyone who braved the inclement weather to support their annual walk on St. Stephens Day. Míle buíochas to everyone who assisted the club during the past year, and best wishes for the New Year to all members and friends.
Congratulations to St. John’s GAA Club, Duhallow’s newest and smallest club, who after seven years have won the Junior B Championship, after they beat Dromtarriffe last night in Millstreet on a scoreline of 0-8 to 0-3.
After loosing the county final earlier in the year, they stuck with it and earned their well deserved reward 
Connie Hickey of the Bush Bar, Millstreet presented €4,300 to the Millstreet GAA Players Fund on Thursday 23rd November 2017, the proceeds from the recent Race Night. Sincere thanks to all who supported the event.