Millstreet GAA Club Regristration Night 24th Feb. 2017






BETWEEN 7.30 & 8.30pm

in Millstreet GAA Community Hall





We thank Sharon Lane for the notice.  (S.R.)



Clothes Collection – Fundraiser for St. John’s

St. John’s Football Club


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:

  • St John’s Gaa Pitch Station Rd.: Sat 4th & 11th March 10.30am-12.30pm
  • Kilcorney: After Mass Sun 5th March 11am -12pm
  • Aubane School: Tue 7th March 8-9pm

For more information or to organise a pick up outside times contact jerry on 087 9103891. [St.John’s on facebook]

Millstreet / Duarigle Gaels Juvenile GAA Victory Social at Wallis Arms – Part 1

Recently at the Wallis Arms Hotel on two separate nights Millstreet / Duarigle Gaels Juvenile GAA celebrated with a superb Victory Social – on the Friday night with the younger members and on the Saturday night with the more senior players.  Here we share images from the first occasion where Sportsman Supreme, Kevin Crowley was the Guest of Honour who presented the wonderfully successful players with their medals.  The Disco which followed the meal, presentation and speeches – with very popular D.J. Kieran – was hugely enjoyed by the young players.  Great credit is due to the many dedicated Coaches and Coordinators.  Click on the images to enlarge.  (S.R.) And we share a further selection of pictures from the splendid annual occasion. continue reading the full article “Millstreet / Duarigle Gaels Juvenile GAA Victory Social at Wallis Arms – Part 1”

In Other News – 30th January 2017

  • Munster SHL final: Limerick 1-20 Cork 1-21 – Congrats to  Mark Ellis at #5 and the Cork Hurlers who beat limerick to win the first title of the year. [Hogan Stand] [Player Ratings]
  • Inis Oírr, in Inis Oírr, ní raibh eolas agam ar fhaitíos,Ná ar an dólás a stopfadh gáirí,Go dtí an lá duairc úd nuair a sheol mo ghrá uaim. Tháinig scamall ar an ngrian, is é dorcha ina dhiaidh. The Funeral. [Lonely Girl 18]
  • What lovely fields some pals of mine witnessed in Sráid a’ Mhuillinn, Millstreet today. Fine fields, beautiful fields, lovely lovely fields. And plenty of them. Shur where would ya be going with no bell on your bike! [Rossaí Rossaí] [Barbara Boros]
  • Soccer: Corinthians Cup 2nd Round: Rathcoole Rovers 4 Watergrasshill Utd 2 (aet); Buttevant v Los Zarcos (Off);
  • Millstreet Camogie Club had their very enjoyable Social Night in the Wallis Arms on Saturday. Here’s some photos from Millstreet Camogie Club, 2
  • One of Dr. Richard Radley Leader’s granddaughters (a daughter of Elizabeth Maud Leader) will be 87 this week. RR was a doctor in Millstreet from about 1893 to 1924. Originally from Keale House, he lived in Westbourne House on the Clara Rd.[Imelda Robinson]
  • Well done to Millstreet AC athletes who represented Millstreet Community School at the South Munster School Cross Country held at Tramore Valley Park on Friday, especially Caoimhe O’Leary who qualified for the Munsters. [Millstreet Athletic Club, 2]

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Delight for John Coleman on Hall of Fame Award

Congratulations to John Coleman and his family on his selection for the Hall of Fame Award at the 96/C103FM Cork GAA Sports Stars Awards last night at the Rochestown Park Hotel – photos below from John Tarrant

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Vote for Eric’s Ballydesmond photo

Result: Eric’s photo won with 36% of the vote 🙂

SportsJOE have a competition as to who had the best amateur GAA images of 2016. From the middle-aged dad contemplating one more time round the GAA sun, to the fan asleep in the ditch, the umpire taking snaps in a blizzard or the TV-watching lamb.

Our own Eric Hickey is one of the final twelve with his photo that was “Taken April in Ballydesmond while I was umpire”.

He needs your votes to win the prize, so go to SportsJOE and vote for the “Ballydesmond Blizzard”. (He’s not doing too bad at the moment with 40% of the vote already).

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Millstreet GAA Predictor – Final Result

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The Final Results of the Millstreet GAA Predictor are in and it came down to the wire with the final event proving the difference! Declan Crowley’s choice of Glen Rovers lifted him to the summit and the €500 first place prize.

Second place was shared by Eileen Roche and Eoin O’Sullivan tied on 57 points with both receiving €125. Con Cotter also had 57 points but missed out on a prize as Eileen and Eoin had more “Other” selections to get to 57 points.

1st Place – Declan Crowley (60 Points) €500
2nd Place – Eileen Roche (57 Points) €125
2nd Place – Eoin O’Sullivan (57 Points) €125

Millstreet GAA would like to thank all
participants for supporting the club in 2016!

Full Individual Results are below: continue reading the full article “Millstreet GAA Predictor – Final Result”

U16 Hurlers win League Final

Congratulations to Keale Gaels (Millstreet + Dromtarriffe) who beat Banteer in the U16 Rebel Óg North Hurling League Final on a scoreline of 0-11 to 1-4.

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Millstreet GAA Predictor Latest

Predictor Poster-page-001-1000The Millstream GAA Sports Predictor Competition 2016 is in it’s final stages, and after the All Ireland Hurling Final, only 4 of 20 competitions are to be completed. First prize is €500 and it’s neck and neck at the top, with any one of a number of competitors able to overtake the leaders, so it will be exciting until the finish.

Below is the current leaderboard, but click here to see the full breakdown of marks for all entries (pdf)

Name Points
Eoin O’Sullivan 57
Eileen Roche 57
Bill O’Keffee 47
Declan Crowley 47
Con Cotter 47
Sean Tarrant 46
Michael Breen 46
Caroline Corkery 46

continue reading the full article “Millstreet GAA Predictor Latest”

Duarigle Gaels U12 League Winners

A very wet but happy Duarigle Gaels team after defeating Fermoy on Sunday evening in the Rebel Óg Towhig’s SuperValu Kanturk Under 12 2A football league final by 1-9 to 2-5 in a brilliant hard fought match. Congatulations to the team and management, and for all their hard work all year. (photos thanks to Michael)
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Juvenile GAA Fixtures

U16 Football C/ship Duarigle Gaels v Wolfe Tones (Kanturk) Tuesday 29th at 7pm in Knocknagree.

U12 Football: Duarigle Gaels v Newmarket Wednesday 30th in Millstreet @ 7pm

U14 Hurling COUNTY FINAL, Keale Gales (Millstreet/Dromtariffe) v Lisgoold in Cloughduv, Saturday 3rd at 3pm.

Rebel Óg North fé 18A football semi final: Fermoy v Duarigle Gaels, Monday 5th Sept at 8pm
continue reading the full article “Juvenile GAA Fixtures”



Congratulations to Darragh Cashman on winning an

All Ireland Under 14 Inter-County Hurling medal with Cork at the weekend (Tony Forrestal Cup)

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Knocknagree Ladies Football Club News

2015 Knocknagree Ladies Football Club - logoSUMMER CAMP: Our Club will host the Cork Ladies Football Summer Camp for girls from u8 up to and including U16, this camp will run from Tues Aug 2nd to Fri Aug 5th from 10am to 2pm ,Coaches are Senior and Minor Cork Ladies Footballers , girls welcome from all areas and all clubs, cost is 30 per person, 50 euro for 2nd family member and 70 for 3rd family member , each participant will recieve a Supervalu sponsored Cork Ladies Football Jersey , please call Catherine on 083 3498778 to book in or for any further info.

CHURCH GATE COLLECTION: Our annual Church Gate Collection will be held in Knocknagree and Cullen on the weekend Aug 6th/7th. We would really appreciate all support, thank you.

ROSE OF TRALEE: We would like to wish our Junior player, Denise Collins, who is the Cork Rose, the very best of luck in the upcoming Rose of Tralee.

GRAB YOUR WHISTLE: Knocknagree Ladies Football Club will host the Grab Your Whistle Referee Course on Tuesday Aug 16th at 7:30pm, probably in Cullen (will confirm the venue). The Cost is €20 per person to cover course fee and hall rental (if numbers are good then we will reduce the cost). Anyone age 15 and over can do this course and will be a great benefit to your Club for u8 and 10 games. Places are limited so please book as soon as possible. To book, please call Catherine on 083 3498778

Mark picked at #5 for Wexford Qualifier

Mark Ellis has been moved from full back to a more accustomed role as wing back for tomorrow’s Hurling Qualifier Round 2 against Wexford in Thurles tomorrow (Saturday) evening at 5pm.

The match is live on Sky Sports 1 TV, and, live on C103 radio, as well as updates on social media.

The Cork team for the game is here on

Preview: Donal O’Grady on tactics to stop Alan Cadogan Come on the Rebels !!!

Kevin Crowley has been ruled out of the footballers with a hamstring injury [*]

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