The best of luck to Ciarán O’Sullivan from Cullen who plays with Cork City Football Club U15’s, who has been called up to play with the Irish U16 football team in the Victory Shield Tournament which is being held in Wrexham in North Wales from October 28th to November 1st. They will play Northern Ireland, Wales, and Scotland. Ciarán was capped last year with the U15’s when he played in Spain and Cyprus. This will be his first cap at the U16 level.
Watch Seán Óg (#6) and Cork City live in Georgia, streamed on the (EAFF page)
Cork City through to the semifinal tomorrow (Sunday) morning at 8:30am Irish time, where they will play Ortotek Gaziler SK of Turkey. 
3rd Place playoff: : Legia Amp Futbol 3 Cork City FC 2, 11:30am
SemiFinal: Ortotek Gaziler SK 8 Cork City FC 0
2nd Match: Cork City 0 AFC Tbilisi 0, 2pm-3pm
The match is from 09:00 to 1:10:00 in the video above.
Best of Luck to Seán Óg Murphy who will be playing with Cork City in Tblisi, Georgia, this coming weekend, the first EAFF (European Amputee Football Federation) Champions League. City qualified after winning the Irish League last year, and will be up against home side AFC Tbilisi (Georgia) and Dinamo Altai (Russia) in the Group stage.
Millstreet Community Student Third Year student, Ciarán O’Sullivan from Mologhroe, Cullen has been called up to the Republic of Ireland Under-15 Squad. They travel to Spain next week for three matches against Spain, the Netherlands and Hungary. Ciarán, who plays with Mallow United, is the sole Cork, and indeed Munster, representative to have been selected for this prestigious tournament and he is expected to earn his first cap for Ireland during the week. On Friday morning (25th Jan. 2019) School Principal Pól Ó Síodhcháin in the presence of the Student Assembly and Staff presented Ciarán with a special certificate on behalf of the school. He had his Ireland jersey with him and some of the School’s own soccer team kitted out for the occasion. Ciarán’s mother, Marie, was also present for the uplifting occasion. We extend sincere congratulations to the wonderfully talented Ciarán on such a magnificent sporting achievement. We thank Principal Pól for alerting us to the presentation and for providing the background information. Here we share a selection of some twelve images from the special event. Even a splendid rainbow appeared over the School following the occasion! Click on the images to enlarge. (S.R.) [read more …] “MCS Presentation to Soccer Player Supreme Ciarán O’Sullivan of Cullen”
Kanturk AFC are currently recruiting players for their U17 soccer team. If anyone has any interest in joining or would know of anyone interested please don’t hesitate to Contact Neilus Higgins (087) 669 9639
Training is currently taking place in Newmarket on Wednesday evenings from 7:30-9:00pm, if anyone wants to call and have a look. ⚽⚽⚽⚽
The Community School Under 16 soccer outfit under new coach Mr O’Síodhcháin hit the ground running and began the Munster with an emphatic win at the Town park on Monday, October 22nd. Eoin Guiney had a hat-trick before the break, and scored again in the second half in a game that was never in doubt. Opponents Newcastlewest got one back at 3-0, but Guiney’s fourth meant their second was only a consolation . Millstreet now eagerly await their next game, the Munster quarter final. 
The Millstreet Celtic and Rathcoole Rovers teams from November 1999 – from the Soccer in Cork blog
Back: John Buckley, Jeremiah Keating, Denis Hickey, Jerry O’Brien, Martin Kelleher, Kevin McCarthy, Danny Sheehan. Front: Fergal Collins, Richard Burke, James Burke, Thomas Murphy, John Noel O’Leary, Tim Kiely 
Well done to Seán Óg Murphy, Cullen (pictured in the middle below), who captained Cork City F.C. in their first match against Bohemians in the newly established League of Ireland for Amputees, last Saturday in Midleton. A huge achievement for an exceptional local man! Lots more photos and videos below:
Millstreet Community School senior soccer team bounced back from a heavy loss in their first group match in Castleisland to beat St. Fanahan’s, in Mitchelstown, 5-4 in the John Murphy Cup. The win means they progress to the knockout stages of the competition and now face another tough away assignment against Schull Community College.
Having taken a two goal lead courtesy of the brace from Lael Tambwe, St. Fanahan’s battled back to take a 4-2 lead. However, with ten minutes to go the Millstreet students began their remarkable fightback. The third goal was scored by captain Colm O’Leary. Then it was the turn of two of the substitutes to play their part. Daniel Dennehy and Mateusz Ozaist both found the net, the last goal coming with virtually the final kick of the game.
It was a really spirited team performance and all the panel should be proud of their efforts.
We are looking for more ladies for indoor soccer. Come and join in with the giggles and laughter and great exercise.
It will be on Tuesday nights 8-9 in Banteer Astro turf.
For any further information please contact Hilary Lyons 0879341258
⚽️ Everyone welcome ⚽️
Lots of great music, musings and on location interviews on tonight’s “Radio Treasures” from 9:30 to 11:00. To access the programme please tune into www.corkmusicstation.com
And we share further images below of the joyful victorious occasion on 7th Nov. 2016. [read more …] ““Radio Treasures” on CMS Tonight from 9:30 Featuring Cork City FAI Cup Winners 2016 Returning to Cork”
Watch them as they take on Youghal United at these times:
Eir Sport 1
Sun 20 Nov – 1:30pm
Mon 21 Nov – 3:30pm
Mon 21 Nov – 7:30pm
Sat 19 Nov – 8pm
Fri 25 Nov – 8:30pm [read more …] “Rathcoole Rovers – FAI Junior Cup Highlights on TV”
The Millstreet Community School Senior Soccer Team’s terrific run in the John Murphy Cup sadly came to an end on Monday 11th January. The team lost 2-1 after extra time to Nagle Community College in their semi-final. Billy Cronin scored the team’s goal. Nothing was left on the pitch – all the boys gave everything for the cause and they should be proud of their efforts in this game and in the previous fixtures.
The senior soccer team from Millstreet Community School reached the semi-finals of the John Murphy Cup with an emphatic win over St. Ailbe’s, Tipperary Town. The match was played on the state of the art full-sized astro turf pitch in Charleville. The Millstreet team went into the half time break with a 2-0 lead. The second half proved to be more one-sided affair with Millstreet running out winners with scoreline of 7-0. Goal scorers were James Linehan (2), Billy Cronin (2), Thomas Walsh, Danny Buckley and Darren Kiely. The boys now meet Nagle Community College, Mahon, in the semi-final with home advantage. It is bound to be a stern test but one which the team are ready for. [read more …] “Millstreet Community School Senior Soccer Team reach Semi-Final of John Murphy Cup”
The Millstreet Community School Senior Soccer team won their third game in the John Murphy Senior Cup competition for under 19 boys. They played their latest game away against Castleisland Community College and won 6-1. Playing conditions were very difficult but this didn’t prevent the team putting on a fine controlled display. Goals scorers were Billy Cronin (a hat trick), Padraig Moynihan, Thomas Walsh and Dylan O’Leary, but it was another great team effort all round.
Congratulations to Millstreet Community School Senior Soccer Team on their win against St. Patrick’s, Castleisland in the John Murphy Cup on Friday 23rd October in the Town Park. The final score was 4-0, with goals from Thomas Walsh, Billy Cronin, Patrick Dineen and Mark Dennehy. It was a great team performance in difficult conditions. Next match after mid-term is away to Castleisland Community College.
Kenny Cremin was at the Petrovsky Stadium last weekend to see his local side Zenit St.Petersburg clinch the Russian League for the fourth time.
He was was interviewed by Zenit TV where he was asked about the football, the food, the drink, and the language.
GAA: Waterford Crystal Cup (hurling): Cork 2-21 Clare 0-18, Jan 24th in Mallow. Mark Ellis made his first appearance of the season as a late sub. [report]
Singerson Cup (football): UCC 3-15 Cork IT 1-6 – Michael Vaughan came on at half time for CIT and scored a point, but UCC won the game easily, Jan 27th at the Mardyke [report]
Fitzgibbon Cup: CIT 0-17 DCU 0-6, Jan 29th. Mark Ellis came on in the 40th minute to score a point and push CIT on to victory. [report]
Waterford Crystal Cup Final: Cork 1:16 Limerick, Sat 31st Jan, Mark Ellis (#19) came at half time, played well and gave good strength and structure to Cork, at a time when they were well behind [report]
U21AFC Millstreet v Boherbue, in Millstreet on Wed 18th at 8pm.
RPH-Under 14C Hurling: DLS Macroom v Millstreet CS, Wed 28th Jan
RPH-Under 14C Hurling: MICC Dunmanway v Millstreet CS, Tues 27th Jan [results]
Millstreet GAA are starting their second Last Man Standing Competition. Contact club officials or players for details.
Soccer: AUL 3B: Tower FC 1 Los Zarcos 0, Jan 25th [ results]
Daly Industrial Supplies U18 League 1: Rathcoole Rovers 3 Coachford 4.
AUL3: Los Zarcos v Innishvilla, 1st Feb 10:45am (called off)
Motor Sport: Congrats to Pat Sheehan of the Loft who was awarded Kerry Rally Driver for 2014 at The Kerry Spot Star Awards in the Malton Hotel (30th Jan) [video]
Ballydaly Choice won race 3 in Cork on Jan 30th, 525 / 29.32 [result]
Millridge Brae won race 9 in Youghal on Jan 26th, 325 /17.83 [results]
Millridge Matt was beaten by 2 lengths in race 5 in Clonmel on Jan 25th, 525 / 29.02 [result]
Millridge Crash was beaten by 5 lengths in race 8 at Cork on Jan 24th, 525 / 29.07 [result]
Athletics: Gneeveguilla 5k (in Killarney): 2nd Donal Coffey 16:17, Donal Burke 21:56, Dan Burke 21:56, Caoimhe O’Leary 22:49, Orlaith Buckley 24:46, Dara O’Shea 27:14, Ian Buckley 29:57 [results]
Just two Millstreet runners in the Ballycotton ’10’ on March 8th [entries]
[read more …] “Results & Fixtures: 28th January 2015”
GAA: Nevin Cup Q/F: Millstreet 7-11 Castlemagner 3-4, Fri sept 26th at 8.15pm
Junior A Football League Grp. 1: Castlehaven vs Millstreet, 27th Sept [fixtures]
Junior A Hurling League, Doheneys v Millstreet, 5pm 28th Sept in Dunmanway (w/o to Doheneys)
Duhallow Junior B SemiFinal: St.John’s v Boherbue, 6th Oct abandoned due to an injury to a Boher player
Rallying: The Cork ’20’ took place last Saturday and Sunday on the roads around Millstreet, and was based in the Green Glens. It was won for the fourth time in a row by Darragh O’Riordan. [Full results] [all articles / photos / videos]
Athletics: Well done to all the Millstreet ladies that did the Cork Mini Marathon. At the front of the race were two ladies with Millstreet connections – Michelle Finn (2nd in 21:50) & Martina Kiely (4th in 22:56) [results]
Minor C Championship: Barryroe 3-8 Millstreet 3-9 [report & photos] into the semis
Juvenile GAA: Rebel Óg County Minor ‘B’ Hurling Championship Semi Final: Millstreet 3-9 Kilbree 2-14, Sat 27th in Kilmichael @ 2.30pm
U12 Hurling League Semi: Newmarket 5-9 Millstreet 2-8, 28th September
U16 Hurling League: Newmarket 3 11 Millstreet 2 09, 29th Sept
U15 ‘A’ Football C’ship FINAL: Miillstreet 4-5 Doon Rovers 3-7, Wed 8th Oct @ 8.15pm in Knocknagree [details]
U15 ‘A’ Football C’ship County Semi: MILLSTREET v CANOVEE, Sat 11th Oct @ 3.30pm in Millstreet
U16C Hurling:DLS Macroom v Boherbue CS, 13:30 10th Oct in Millstreet, ref Denis Hickey
U16C Hurling: MICC Dunmanway v Millstreet CS, 13:30 10th Oct in Kilmichael
U14C Football (2): Millstreet CS v Rossa College, 13:30 10th Oct in Millstreet CS
Senior C Hurling: 13:30 Millstreet CS v North Monastery CBS, 17th Oct
Senior C Football: North Monastery CBS v Millstreet CS, 13:30 24th Oct
Soccer: Aul 2: Blackpool Celtic 2 Rathcoole Rovers 3, 10.45am Sun 5th Oct
AUL 3B: Los Zarcos 3 Coachford 3, 10.45am Sun 5th Oct
AUL 1: AUL 2: Rathcoole Rovers 1 Ballincollig 3, Sat 27th Sept 3pm
GAA: County Junior A Football Quarter Final: Millstreet 2-5 Glenbower Rvs 0-7, Friday Sept 19th @ 6.15pm, at Pairc Ui Rinn [details & more]
JBFL1 semi-final: Kanturk 2-11 Millstreet 1-13, 21st Sept in Millstreet
Camogie: Cork County Junior Camogie Final: Millstreet 1-8 Banteer 7-14, Sun Sept 21st [details]
County U13 Semi Final: Inniscarra 7-6 Millstreet 0-0, 3:15pm Sat 27th Sept Sept in Ballinlough
Juvenile GAA: Rebel Óg County Minor ‘B’ Hurling Championship Quarter Final: Millstreet 4-13 Donoughmore 2-10, Sat 13th Sept @ 4.15 in Coachford [details] (Carraig na bhFear will play the winners of Millstreet/Kilbree in the Minor B HC final after beating Dromtariffe in the semi-final by 2-7 to 1-7)
U12 A Twohigs SuperValu Hurling League Grp2: Millstreet v Croke Rovers, 12pm 20th Sept
U15 Football Championship: Millstreet 5-13 Knocknagree 2-5, 8pm 22nd Sept in Millstreet, (kiskeam in the next round?)
Soccer: Rylane Celtic 2 Millstreet Celtic 0, Sat 20th Sept 3pm
AUL 3B: Innishvilla 1 Los Zarcos 3, Sat 20th Sept 3pm (Joe Horgan, Dave Curtin and Denny Twomey)
AUL 2: De Courcey Albion 0 Rathcoole Rovers 0, Sun 21st Sept 10.45am
Millstreet Celtic’s Last Man Standing – latest table ( after week 1, there’s only 13 left out of about 120 )
Tae Kwon Do: At the IUTF Cork Open Championships in Grenagh, Caraiosa Foley and Joshua O’Sullivan both won two medals [photos & details]
Greyhounds: Ballydaly Bid won Race 7 – The BioPharma Engineering 550 (Grade : A3) Flat 550 at Curraheen Park on Friday Sept 19th in a time of 30:40 and by two lengths
[read more …] “Results & Fixtures: 24th Sept 2014”
Camogie: County Junior Championship SF: Millstreet 3-18 Castlelyons 1-5, 2:30pm Sat Sept 6th Castle Rd (Mahon). The final probably w/e of 20th Sept
Soccer:AOH Cup 1st Round: CFC Banteer 4 Millstreet Celtic 1, Sat 6th Sept 3pm
AOH Cup 1st Round: Rathcoole Rovers 2 Macroom B 3, Sat 6th Sept 3pm
AOH Cup 1st Round: Los Zarcos 0 Blackstone Rovers 4, Sun 7th Sept 10.45am
St Michaels Cup 2nd Round: St John Boscos A v Millstreet Celtic, 3pm Sat 13th Sept (called off)
Saxone Cup 2nd Round: Knocknaheeny Celtic 2 Rathcoole Rovers 1, 3pm Sat 13th Sept
Presidents Cup 1st Round: Los Zarcos 4 Glen Celtic C 4 (Glen won 5-3 on pens), 10:45am Sun 14th Sept
GAA: Hard Luck to Neil Corkery and the Dublin Civil Service football team who lost the Dublin Junior B Football Final to St.Sylvesters in Parnell Park (6th Sept)
Duhallow Junior Hurling Final: Kilbrin 1-17 Banteer 0-11, Sunday Sept 14th at 2:30pm, in Millstreet Town Park [see more]
Duhallow Junior B Football Championship Final: Knocknagree 0-10 Kanturk 0-9, Sun Sept 14th 12:45 in Millstreet Town Park
We now share some 31 further pictures taken by Colin Sheehan recalling the very successful event at [read more …] “Colin Sheehan’s Pictorial Coverage of Recent Los Zarcos Pitch Matches”
Ladies Football: Congrats to Chloé Collins who won an All Ireland U16 medal with Cork as they beat Dublin 4-7 to 2-7 in the Final in Tullamore on Saturday Aug 30th [see more]
GAA: Duhallow Junior Football Final: Millstreet 2-13 Knocknagree 1-11 🙂 [Timeline of the match] [photos from the match] [photos from the victory parade]
The quarter final of the county is scheduled for Saturday Sept 20th. Their opponents from Imokilly still haven’t played their quarter finals :/ (1st Sept) … now they’re down to 3: Glenboyer, Castlemayrtr, and Aghada (7th Sept)
Juvenille GAA: Fe16 A Peil Championship: Knocknagree 2-12 Millstreet 2-7, 18th Aug
U12 A League Grp2: Ballyhooley 8-4 Millstreet 3-6, 23rd Aug
Minor ‘B’ Hurling C’ship QF: Millstreet 3-13 V Clyda Rovers 2-8, Thur 21st Aug, in Castlemagner
Minor ‘B’ Hurling C’ship Semi: Millstreet 2-14 Kilara 4-7, Wed 27th @7pm in Killavullen [Kilworth match report]
TaeKwon-Do: Well done to Fergal O’Connor of Millstreet TKD Club won bronze in Full Contact and bronze in Continuous in the under 17s /65 kg section at the WKU Kickboxing Worlds in London on Aug 29th.
Athletics: Well done to the Millstreet AC athletes who ran the Gneeveguilla AC 1 mile race on Aug 26th: Donal Burke U12M 6:07,Orla Buckley U14F 6:20,Maeve Buckley U10F 8:01,Shannon Burke U10F 9:10, Brandon Burke U10M 11:09, Dan Burke M40 11:10 [results]
AUL 1: Millstreet Celtic 1 Blackstone Rovers 6, 31st Aug
AUL 2: Rathcoole Rovers 3 Leeview Ath 3, 30th Aug
AUL 3B: Los Zarcos 0 Tower FC 2, 31st Aug
Cycling: There was a big crowd for the second Tour of Sliabh Luachra was held last Saturday (30th Aug). [photos]
Rallying: The Centenary Cork ’20’ was launched at the Wallis Arms Hotel on Saturday August 30th [see the photos and details]
Bowling Kilcorney (31st Aug): Tadhg Creedon bt Shane Collins 2bwl €900: Tadhg Creedon bt Donal Cullinane 2bwl €300 [full results]
Says Conor: ‘‘FIFA is doing a great job taking the game away from the people.’’ Two years ago, Irish-born Conor had an epiphany. After finishing work as a business analyst at Westpac in Kent Street, Sydney, he needed to kill time before training with Balmain Old Boys, who play in the Canterbury league. He typed ‘‘round-the-world ticket’’ into Google and volunteering abroad came up. ‘‘Guys, I’m moving to Rio,’’ he told his teammates when he arrived at training that night.
Conor, 39, now partners with two organisations in Rio. IASESPE, with which he helps children aged between three and 14, and Carlao’s Football Project, which involves a hundred kids.
[read more …] “Conor Hartnett teaching Soccer in Rio de Janeiro”