Cork Vocational Schools Senior Hurling Championship: Millstreet CS 7-14, Davis Col Mallow 1-5
Duhallow Junior B Hurling League Semi-Final: Millstreet 2-8 Freemount 0-17
Duhallow Cup: Newmarket 4-17 St John’s 0-3;
County Quarter Final: Mallow B V Boherbue, Saturday 23 October, Millstreet 1pm
County Semi Final: Mallow A V Bantry Blues, Saturday 23 October, Millstreet 2.30pm
FAI Umbro Junior Cup 2nd Round: Inter City Celtic 1 Millstreet Celtic 5; Rathcoole Rovers 3 Mayfield Utd (MSL)1
AUL 3A: Los Zarcos 0 Lakewood Ath 3
Cork Schoolboys League National Cup U16: Carrigaline Hibernians 1 – 5 Rathcoole Rovers
Munster Novice Cross-Country Championships: Tony Kelleher came in 9th, and was in the Cork team that won the Inter-County title in Carrigadrohid yesterday
[read more …] “Results and Fixtures”
DINNY LONG (Former Cork footballer)
Cork footballers won the Sam Maguire in 1973 and, three years later, Tralee’s Austin Stacks won the All-Ireland club championship. Dinny Long played on both of those teams and recalls that time with great pride.
“I was playing for Cork for years but moved clubs from Millstreet to Austin Stacks in the middle of my playing days. I was privileged to be part of those two teams, winning that senior All-Ireland was special but so was winning the club. It was a great time in my life.”
But Long was no stranger to success. Prior to winning a senior title, he had accumulated All-Ireland minor and U21 winner’s medals. Playing in Croke Park was a childhood dream for Long and one that he was determined to make a reality. [read more …] “Where are they now? – Dinny Long”
Sam’s Tour continued today (Tuesday) with Donncha O’Connor (Ballydesmond) and Paul O’Flynn (Ballyclough) starting off in Meelin this morning. Arriving in Millstreet just after midday it was firstly to Presentation N.S. for a very colourful and enthusiastic reception. Superbly colourful welcomes were accorded in various settings. It was then on to [read more …] “Sam’s Tour Continues – Visiting Millstreet on Tuesday”
Lucozade Sport Munster Junior Cup 1st Round: Millstreet Celtic 4 Grangevale 3; Rathcoole Rovers 1 Park Utd 4;
AUL 3A: Los Zarcos 1 Buttevant 4; Rathcoole Rovers 1 Ballincollig 5
U13 Div 5: Rathcoole Rovers 4 Richmond 3;
Camogie: Munster Colleges 7’s Results:
Sevens C @ Newtownshandrum. (Champs 2009 Rathkeale, 2010 Laurel Hill)
Millstreet 0-1 1-2 SMI Newcastlewest
Laurel Hill 2-1 0-2 Millstreet
Millstreet 0-4 5-2 Roscrea
(Millstreet knocked out in the first round)
[read more …] “Results and Fixtures – 12th Oct ’10”
Duhallow Junior B Football Championship Semi-Final: Kilbrin 1-12 Millstreet 2-6;
Cork U16 Premier Hurling Championship Final (County Section): Duhallow 1-12 Charleville 1-10 (Crowley brothers from Keale played with Duhallow)
Saxone Cup 2nd Round: Hibernians A 0 Millstreet Celtic 1
Presidents Cup 2nd Round: Kanturk B 1 Los Zarcos 2 (report below)
AUL 1A: Dunbar Celtic 2 Rathcoole Rovers 1
AUL 3A: Rathcoole Rovers 0 Newmarket 2
Junior B Championship Semi Final (Group 2): St.Johns v Boherbue Sun 10 Oct 1:45pm – curtain raiser to Duhallow Final in Cullen
Report: Kanturk B 1 Los Zarcos 2
Los Zarcos beat Kanturk B in cup today in Kanturk. Penalty by goalkeeper Mark Neville and David Curtin got 2nd. We are now in Quarter-Final of the cup. Best were Sean Lawlor and Mark Neville. Playing Buttervent next weekend in league. SB
1A: Richmond 1 Rathcoole Rovers 1
2A: Millstreet Celtic 1 Waterloo 0
3A: Los Zarcos 3 Grattan Utd 1
3A: Rathcoole Rovers B0 Buttevant 0
U16 Div 2: Rathcoole Rovers 4 Douglas Hall A 2 (18th Sept), Wilton United 3 Rathcoole Rovers 1 (4th Sept)
Due to the death of our former chairman Tadgh Moynihan, all GAA activity has been suspended until Tuesday 28th.
Duhallow U14 Hurling Championship Final: Millstreet v Kanturk (Banteer, Tues 28th 6pm)
Duhallow U12 Hurling Championship Final: Millstreet beat Boherbue (8pm Friday 1st Oct in Ballydesmond)
… a very popular figure in the squad, is also a key man and has been in the backroom team the last couple of years and his role, like Frank, is to ensure that the team is ready for battle.
John O’ Sullivan from Gortavhey was last week the lucky winner of two free tickets to the All Ireland Football Final in a competition run by the Corkman newspaper. John goes to a lot of the football matches so it was fitting that he won and didn’t have to be scouting around for tickets. The winning ticket was drawn out by Cork Selector Gerry O’Sullivan who would know John as he was for years a manager in Dairygold Millstreet.
Cork captain Graham Canty ends a 20-year wait for Rebels everywhere, by lifting the Sam Maguire Cup at Croke Park after a one point win over Down in the 2010 All-Ireland final.
The result (0-16 to 0-15) was a huge relief after the game seemed to be going away from us in the first half, but a wonderful display in the second sealed the result.
There was a big crowd from Millstreet at the match. Hope they all get home in one piece. It looks like being a few good days and nights ahead!
In Gaelic Football for Cork and Millstreet Toots Kelleher did play
One of Ireland’s best forwards when in his prime day
One never found to be wanting when put to the test
For Club and for County he always performed at his best
That he never played a bad game a remarkable feat
One jubilant in victory and gracious in defeat
In Croke Park and Killarney, Cork, Coachford and Macroom
He made a big name for himself in the prime of his life’s bloom
The spirit of the true gael the great man personified
For his ability and sportsmanship in his chosen sport he became known far and wide
In Gaelic Football circles Toots Kelleher from Millstreet Town became a household name
In the length and breadth of Ireland he knew of widespread fame
Fond memories of the man he was to this day I retain
And often in my flights of fancy I watch him play again.
… a few hardy Down souls are determined to fly their county’s flag in Cork.
Millstreet Community School’s John Magee is intensely proud of his Mourne Mountains roots and will be cheering on Down despite his admission that he loves living in north Cork.
“They are quietly confident of a Cork victory, but I think Down will hold a surprise up their sleeve,” he said.
And despite the fact that Millstreet, Charleville, Kanturk and Newmarket are a sea of Cork flags, he has proudly adorned his car and home in the Down colours.
“It’s all in good nature,” he said…
from the Irish Independent
Co Prem 2 MFL Grp 1: Grp 2: Sam Maguires 4-6 Millstreet 2-9.
JBHL: Millstreet 3-9 Kilbrin 3-8 (7th Sept)
JBHL: Freemount 1-10 Milstreet 1-1 (11th Sept)
JBHL: Millstreet 1-9 Lismire 1-8 (15th Sept Millstreet)
U16 Challenge: Millstreet 4-11 Eire Óg 1-11 (17th Sept)
JBF Chalenge: St.Johns 2-8 Kilnamatra 1-9 (17th Sept)
AOH Cup 1st Round:Rathcoole Rovers A 3 Postal Celtic 1;Los Zarcos 4 Inter City Celtic 4 (Inter City won 5-4 on pens aet); Blackpool Celtic 1 Rathcoole Rovers B 2;
Saxone Cup 2nd Round: Hibernians A v Millstreet Celtic (18th Sept)
Presidents Cup 2nd Round: Kanturk B v Los Zarcos (18th Sept)
Bowling – Kilcorney
26/09/10 vin kiely d.cooney v n.murphy t.mallon b
03/10/10 pat kelleher v johnny donoghue c
[read more …] “Results & Fixtures”
We are delighted to share the wonderful news, just phoned in by Seán Moylan, that his Band’s superb Cork supporting song “A Rebel’s Cry” has just won the competition making it now Cork’s Official Song for the 2010 Season – perfect timing for Sunday’s All Ireland Football Final in Croke Park – Cork v. Down. Sincere congratulations to Seán & all the splendidly enthusiastic members of “Loose Connection”. One can listen to the song and view the video on: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fHszrnhKhtk . Undoubtedly the excellent song will be played on many radio stations and television channels during the coming week….and, who knows, perhaps an appearance on “Up for the Match” might well become reality. What a mighty achievement for the superbly talented song writers, musicians and musical arrangers! Every success to All the members of “Loose Connection” – Cian Daly, Denis Meade, Neil Moylan, Mick Tobin and Seán Moylan. (Seán Radley for www.millstreet.ie )
[read more …] “Breaking News! – Cork’s 2010 Official Song Chosen – “A Rebel’s Cry””
The superby talented Duhallow based “Loose Connection” Band have just released a truly fantastic song entitled “A Rebel’s Cry” in honour of Cork’s All-Ireland Football Championship Match with Down at Croke Park on Sunday, 19th September 2010. This is a splendidly lively and hugely appropriate song with Seán Moylan as main vocalist. It is performed with mighty enthusiasm by the very popular Band. Hopefully it could very well feature on RTE’s “Up for the Match”. Judge for yourself as you can now view the excellent video and hear the brilliant song. Now available on YouTube on http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fHszrnhKhtk (Google YouTube Music and search for A Rebel’s Cry by Loose Connection.) “A Rebel’s Cry” is written by Seán Moylan, produced by Neil Moylan at EQUINOX STUDIOS and performed by “Loose Connection”. Members of the Band: Cian Daly, Denis Meade, Neil Moylan, Mick Tobin and Seán Moylan. Having viewed the video and heard the song it’s surely a case of “Up Cork!” … and… “Every Success on 19th September”. (Seán)
Best of luck to Mark Ellis who will play left half back in the Cork Intermediate Hurling team to play Kilkenny in the All-Ireland Final on Saturday (28th August 2010) at 7pm in Thurles.
If you’re not at the game, you can follow the live updates during the match on Twitter at http://twitter.com/OfficialCorkGAA, or you will probably be able to hear it on C103FM (not 100% about that though).
update: Kilkenny won a hard fought battle on the day, pulling away in the last 10 minutes after Cork’s centre back was sent off. final score: Kilkenny 2-17 Cork 1-13
Highlights of the game from TG4 is available on the TG4 website (go to round) 6mins and 30 secs:
Junior B Hurling Championship: Millstreet 1-1 Lismire 0-11, 7pm Fri 27th Aug in Lismire
Junior B Hurling League: Newmarket 2-4 Millstreet 2-9, 23rd August 7pm in Newmarket (3 wins out of 3 in the league)
Weekend of 21st/22nd Aug
AUL 1A: Grangevale 1 Rathcoole Rovers 4
2A: Crescent Ath 2 Millstreet Celtic 0
3A: Hillington 3 Los Zarcos 2, Bweeng 3 Rathcoole Rovers 1
Tues 24th August:
3A: Los Zarcos 2 Kanturk 3
3A: Rathcoole Rovers 3 Grattan Utd 5
Thurs 26th August:
1A: Rathcoole Rovers 4 Greenmount Rangers 1
2A: Millstreet Celtic 4 Killowen 0
The banter has been good ahead of the All-Ireland semi-final in Croke Park today. We’ve a few Jackeens in our midst, and the Dublin flag in the picture above has been lucky to stay in flying for the last few days. There’s a big crowd gone up to Croker for the day, the anticipation is building and the action gets under way in the next few hours time. May the best team win, and may that team be Cork!!
Final score Dublin 1-14 Cork 1-15. Victory for Cork, TBTG ;). The final is on September 19th.
* U16 Hurling: Newmarket 3-11 to Millstreet 0-5
Millstreet Junior Footballers were beaten by Dromtarriffe in the Duhallow Junior A Football Championship tonight in Cullen. Drom’ will hardly ever have a better scoring day, as nearly everything they kicked went over the bar, while most of the Millstreet Kicks ended up either wide or in the goalies arms, in what was a very frustrating evening of football for the Millstreet supporters.
Tadgh Collins got Millstreet off to a great start with a goal in the first few minutes, [read more …] “Beaten by Dromtarriffe”
The Humphrey Kelleher Cup for juvenile gaelic footballers is to honour the name
Of the legendary gaelic footballer who scaled the heights of fame
The Iron Man of Millstreet as Michael O Hehir used to say
One who was quite fearless on the field of play. [read more …] “The Great Humphrey Kelleher”
* U14 Duhallow football league final: Millstreet V Kanturk. Tues 10th Aug in Boherbue 7:30pm
* Third Round Duhallow Junior Football Championship: Millstreet -v- Dromtariffe in Cullen on Friday 13th Aug 7:15pm
* Cork Minor Football League Group 2: Millstreet 1-9 Mallow 1-6. Wed 4th August
According to the Cork County Minor Board:
Section 2 has Mallow, Clonakilty, Donoughmore and Millstreet all on eight points. Kinsale are next two points adrift and with Glanmire, Sam Maguires and Bantry Blues still in contention its look likes it is going to go down to the wire before the outcome is finalised.
It’s been a good weekend for Cork football fans in Croke Park. The seniors pulled away in the second half to beat Roscommon by 1-16 to 0-10, and now face Dublin in the All-Ireland semi-final in three weeks time. While earlier in the day, the minors scored a goal in the last kick of the game to beat Armagh by 3-11 to 0-19.
Millstreet were represented in Croke Park by the Comhaltas Group who provided the musical entertainment at half time in the Cork game (see the pic on the right), just as they did for the National League Final back in April.
But us Cork fans will be very happy that Kerry were dethroned yesterday by Down, and that we won’t have to try to beat them in Croker … that and the face that we won’t have to listen to the Kerry boys and girls for the Summer either