Saturday, 15th Sept. 2018 truly was a very busy and exciting day in Millstreet which included the official welcome of our Breton Visitors from Pommerit le Vicomte who will be on holiday for the next week – While Tubrid Holy Well and Millstreet GAA Community Hall were the venues for the inspirational Faith and Light Group from all over Munster. Lots and lots of superbly colourful Cork Flags and window displays salute the splendidly talented Chloe Collins in advance of the All-Ireland in Croke Park on Sunday. Here we share images from the many happenings in Millstreet this Saturday. Click on the images to enlarge. (S.R.)
The Community Council would also encourage businesses and householders in the town to put on a display of flags for Chloe on Sunday and for Cultural Night on Friday, 21st September.
We thank Noel Buckley for this uplifting notice. (S.R.)
Best of luck to Chloé Collins and the Cork Ladies Footballers who take on Westmeath this afternoon. It’s her first season with the Cork Seniors, and she is due to start at corner back.
Watch the game live on TG4, throw in is at 4.45pm at the Gaelic Grounds in Limerick.
Result: Cork 8-18 Westmeath 1-6
The best of luck to Chloé Collins and Mark Ellis who represent Cork in the Ladies Football and Hurling All-Ireland Championships this weekend. Chloé is starting again at corner back, while Mark takes a seat on the bench after being out for six weeks with a groin injury.
All-Ireland Ladies Football Championship: Group 2 – Round 3
Cork 1-19 Armagh 1-7 ( 🙂 result )
Saturday July 28th @ 3.45pm
Duggan Park, Ballinasloe, Galway
All Ireland Hurling Semi-Final
Cork v Limerick
Sunday 29th July @3.30pm in Croke Park
[Cork team] [ preview]
Millstreet Community Council congratulates Sports Woman Supreme Chloe Collins on receiving her prestigious Munster Medal following Cork’s Victory in the Munster Final last Saturday. We thank MCC Chairman Noel Buckley for sharing such a deserving greeting with which we all wish to be associated. (S.R.)
Congratulations to Chloé Collins who helped Cork to a fine victory over Kerry in yesterday’s Munster Senior Ladies Football Final in CIT. She is pictured below with her niece Mia.
Final score Cork 5-13 Kerry 2-10 🏆 🏆 🏆
There are lots of more photos below:
Millstreet Community Council wishes the very best of luck to Chloe Collins and Kevin Crowley who will be participating in the Senior Munster Finals versus Kerry in Cork this coming Saturday, 23rd June 2018. We thank Chairman MCC, Noel Buckley for this special greeting to both outstanding sports people on such a prestigious occasion. (S.R.)
Ladies Football Final: Cork 5:13 Kerry 2:10 (result)
Men’s Football Final (7pm): Cork v Kerry (Live on RTE 1)
The very best of luck to Chloé Collins who has been named to start at corner back for Cork in the Munster Senior Ladies Championship Semi Final, tomorrow Saturday June 2nd against Tipperary in Ardfinnan @ 2pm. It’s her first championship start for Cork Seniors !
TG4 Munster Ladies SFC semi-final
Result: Tipperary 1-10 Cork 2-12
in Ardfinnan, Co. Tipperary
Saturday June 2nd 2018, at 2pm
Chloé Collins pictured with her niece Saoirse Kiely after Cork lost by two points to Mayo in the LIDL All Ireland Division 1 League Semi-Final today in St. Brendan’s Park, Birr, Co. Offaly. Chloé started at wing forward and had a very solid performance.
Lidl Ladies NFL Division 1 – Round 5: Donegal v Cork, 6.00pm, O’Donnell Park, Letterkenny, (G. McMahon, Mayo) – … Holders Cork and All-Ireland champions Dublin are safely through to the last four, Donegal, beaten Division 1 finalists last year, must beat champions Cork in Letterkenny on Saturday evening and hope that Galway slip up against Westmeath on Sunday in order to qualify … (RTÉ)
The Cork teamsheet is on CorkLadiesFootball.com
A big congrats to Chloe Collins who was togged out for the first time for Cork Senior Ladies Footballers as they eased past Kerry 2-17 to 0-9 in Knocknagoshel on Sunday.
Chloé plays her football with Dromtarriffe Ladies, and is no stranger to the Cork geansaí, having played football and camogie with the Cork underage teams all the way up. The very best to her as she continues to break into the Cork setup. [read more …] “Chloé Called up to Cork Seniors”
Result: Cork 1-11 Tyrone 2-6 🙂
Match updates will be on the Cork LGFA twitter page. [read more …] “Good luck Chloé in the All-Ireland Semi Today”
Millstreet Camogie Club would like to congratulate Clare O’keeffe & the Cork U16B team on a fantastic Munster Final win at the weekend v Limerick! Well done Clare! Great to see you on the scoreboard too!
Also, commiserations to Chloé Collins who played a Munster Final with the Cork U16A team at the weekend & were narrowly defeated by Clare (photo & match report). Best of luck for the rest of the season girls!
Chloé was playing at #10, but on the day Cork where outclassed by Clare and lost on a scoreline of 1-9 to 1-4.
Match report and photo are on the Clare Herald
…but congratulations to Clare O’Keeffe who won a Munster U16B title with Cork when they beay Limerick in the final over the weekend.
A huge congratulations to Chloé Collins and the Cork Ladies U16 ‘A’ Footballers who were crowned All Ireland Champions today in Templemore, Co. Tpperary after they beat Dublin on a scoreline of:
Cork 4-7 Dublin 2-7
Chloé is a really fantastic player, and played with the Cork Camogie team this year also, but she was unfortunately injured for the final.
Cork U16s. All-Ireland Champions 2014. Congratulations to all the players and management. pic.twitter.com/gh5bH0MXBk
— Cork LGFA (@CorkLGFA) August 31, 2014
RTE have posted video of “Up for the Match” that was shown last night on RTE1 and included a segment from the Town Park, and the Presentation Convent School.
Follow this link to get to the video: http://www.rte.ie/player/#v=1055791
Move the video forward to 41:30 and the part from Millstreet is shown, featuring the poem “Plastic Kerryman” written by Jerry Lehane and read by Chloe Collins. The segment ends at 43:45.
The video is only available until October 10th.
Owing to the huge interest in the pictures from a few days ago, her are lots of more photos:
Magnificent Cork colours in evidence at Presentation N.S., Millstreet on Friday, 11th September for the excitng visit of the RTÉ crew filming for “Up for the Match” scheduled to be broadcast on RTÉ 1 television after the 9pm News this Saturday night The focus for the sequence was on Chloé Collins who superbly recited Jerry Lehane’s Cork/Kerry poem in front of the many enthusiastic pupils in the school playground …