Delighted to receive from wonderfully dedicated Team Coach, Jimmy Murphy the uplifting news this evening. “A great win by St.John’s at Ovens today. A fantastic display of football and heart. They are an outstanding bunch of Players. The exciting score: St. John’s 1 – 9 to Kilmurry 1 – 8 ” shared by Jimmy on text shortly after the game. Sincere congratulations to Jimmy and the magnificent Team on being splendidly victorious in the final.
St. John’s GAA Club v Kilmurry GAA
Today – Saturday, Dec 1st. 2018 at 2:30pm in Ovens.
It’s the Co. Junior B League Final.
All Support is Very Welcome.
Very Best of good luck to Jimmy Murphy & the
dedicated Players in this important match. (S.R.)
Let’s view further images relating to the lead up of General Election 2016 in the Millstreet area. Our visit to Aubane Community Centre relates to the meeting organised to discuss the future of school transport. Rathcoole Playschool pictures highlights the mock election project celebrated in the school….Most of the events were recorded on Thursday, 25th Feb. 2016. (S.R.) [read more …] “General Election 2016 in Millstreet, Aubane, Rathcoole & Macroom”
And now for a further 83 colourful pictures from the very special annual [read more …] “Very Successful Fancy Dress 2014 Event at Wallis Arms Hotel”
The video shows Dennis van Winden in first position followed by Mark Cassidy and finally the main group. with thanks to Bernard Crowley
As we approached the category two climb at Musheramore at 133km, the dynamic of the race began to change irrevocably. Astana hit the front of the peloton and began to peg back the leading duo. The gap was reduced to 6 minutes 57 seconds.
Here van Winden made a dash for it, dropping Cassidy on the ascent. On the way down the other side of the hill, van Winden had a two minute lead. An Post Sean Kelly Team Niko Eeckhout abandoned here; the climb just too much for the veteran Belgian.
Cassidy did hold on to second going over the summit at Musheramore, with Matt Wilson, last year’s King of the Mountains taking third place, adding crucial points in his hunt to retain his jersey this year.
Jay Thomson was fourth adding more points to his impressive ride in the Tour overall.
Van Winden took maximum points at the sprint at Millstreet followed by Cassidy, Andrey Grivko of ISD – Neri and Jason McCartney of Team Saxo Bank.
More Pictures and videos of the Tour of Ireland in the next few days.