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.
On Friday night last 17th November 2017 Millstreet GAA Players held a fundraising Race Night in conjunction with the Bush Bar. This was a very successful event and enjoyed by all. This function was well supported, and it was great to see so many players in attendance.
The organising committee would like to thank everyone that sponsored this event and helped in anyway in making it a successful night. A special thank you to Connie Hickey, Kelly Cronin, and Sheila Barrett for all their help and support.
U13 B2 County Hurling League Final
Result:KEALE GAELS 1-12WHITECHURCH 2-12 Today Saturday November 10th 3pm at Clyda Rovers pitch in Mourneabby 3pm in Whitechurch (change of venue) Please come and support the team [read more …] “U13 County Hurling League Final”
Congratulations to Millstreet Juvenile GAA who won the U12 North Cork Hurling Championship this evening. Bualadh bos mór to players, management, supporters, and all that helped the team. It was great to hear the car horns hooting in the Drishane Road on their return to town. Thanks to Aidan McCaul’s for the photos [read more …] “U12 North Cork Hurling Champions”
Well done Darragh Cashman, who was #11 for Cork U15A hurlers over the weekend as they won their intercounty tournament in Brinny, beating Limerick, Tipperary, and Galway to take the trophy. Darragh is on both the football and hurling U15 development squads! … And also to his Keale Gaels teammate Brandon Murphy (Dromtarriffe) who was playing with the Cork U15B team in Clare, who beat Kerry, Limerick, and Galway, on their way to also winning their tournament. [read more …] “Darragh and Brandon in Cork U15 Action”
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”
Best of luck to Darragh Cashman and the Cork u15 footballers who are playing in the Humphrey Kelleher memorial this weekend, and to Luke Murphy, Cullen (Duarigle Gaels) who will also line out with one of the Cork U15 teams. See the fixtures below:
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.
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.