Pictured at the launch of Millstreet GAA Club Golf Classic (left to right): Kevin Crowley (Club & County player), Michael Vaughan (Club & County player), Dan Buckley (Cloverhill Foods); Eamonn McCaul (Eamonn McCaul Mechanical Services); Fr. Paddy O’Byrne (Club President); Sharon Lane (Club secretary); Aidan O’Mahony (Football trainer);
Donagh Hickey (Donagh Hickey Motors); John Coleman (Colemans Millstreet); Michael Cleary (Club Chairperson); Mark Ellis (Club & County player). Sponsors Davy Tarrant (Tarrant’s Bar) and John O’Riordan (Claramore Construction) were unable to attend for picture.
Millstreet GAA Club will host its 5th Annual Golf Classic on Friday next 14th September in Mahoney Point, Killarney Golf & Fishing Club. This event has proved to be a very successful and enjoyable day and the funds raised are used for the development of our players. The organising committee of Anthony Dennehy, Declan Crowley, Donagh Hickey, Cian O’Mahony & Noel Crowley have ensured the success of the event and it gives former members and players of our Club an opportunity of meeting in a relaxed and social atmosphere.
The Golf Classic could not be held without the support of our generous sponsors and Millstreet Club wishes to acknowledge the 6 main sponsors of the day – Cloverhill Foods, Colemans Millstreet, Tarrant’s Bar, Eamonn McCaul Mechanical Services, Claramore Construction and Donagh Hickey Motors. We also wish to thank the business of Millstreet and surrounding areas who sponsor tee boxes and greens, the support of each of these businesses is appreciated by the club as we are fully aware of the financial demands that are made on businesses on a daily basis. To all the teams that are playing we look forward to meeting you on the Friday and we wish you the best of luck and thank you for your continued support.
INTERMEDIATE FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP
MILLSTREET 2-13 CILL NA MARTRA 3-20
7:30pm Friday night (Sept 7th)
U21 HURLING CHAMPIONSHIP
MILLSTREET v ST. MARK’S
on this Monday night
Eamonn Tarrant & Sons Duhallow Junior A Hurling Championship Quarter Final
Kilbrin v Millstreet
7pm Friday 17th August
Cork Hurling History today remembers: “on this day in 1903 Cork and Kerry met in the Munster Senior Hurling Championship Semifinal, was played at the Sports Field in Millstreet. This was the first meeting of the counties since the 1892 Championship. The newspaper reports of the day did not provide much details of the scorers, but Cork opened with 2 points before striking for their first major and then rattled off 6 unanswered points before Kerry got their first point of the game. The halftime score line was Cork 1-08 to 0-01 for Kerry. The second half saw Cork open the scoring with their second goal and went on to seal a comfortable victory on a final score of Cork 2-11 to 0-03 for Kerry. This match was played in conjunction with the delayed 1902 Munster Senior Hurling Championship and Cork advanced to a Munster Final meeting with Limerick.”
There was a great entry this year for the Millstream GAA Predictor Competition for 2018. Congratulations to Ronan Galvin on winning Round 1 and €100 (see the Round 1 leaderboard below)
With round 2 already underway the latest standings are included with Eric Hickey leading the way with a packed leaderboard behind him! Full details here: Millstreet GAA Predictor 2018 – Latest July 9th
Also, the full list of entrants and selections is here: Millstreet GAA Predictor 2018 – Entrants & Selections
It was a very busy weekend on the GAA front this week, with lots of underage teams playing, as well as Kevin and Mark who were playing for Cork in the Munster Senior Championships. Below are lots of the photos:
Result: Millstreet 1-17 Clonakilty 1-6
A good display – well done to all 🙂
Congratulations to the Duarigle Gaels lads on winning the Duhallow U21 football final this afternoon on a scoreline of Duarigle Gaels 3-12 Boherbue 2-9
Central Stores Kanturk Duhallow U21 Football Final
Duarigle Gaels 3-12 v Boherbue 2-9
3pm Saturday 7th April
— John Tarrant (@jgtarrant) April 7, 2018
Pictures and more below: [read more …] “U21 Football Final: Duarigle Gaels v Boherbue”
It was also a good start to the year for our Intermediate Footballers yesterday evening when they defeated Mayfield by 0-16 to 0-8 in the first competitive game of the year.
Later in the evening the Millstreet GAA Scór Table Quiz team of John Tarrant, Pat Sheehan, Jerry Doody, and Liam Flynn retained their Co. Scór Table Quiz title.
Also don’t forget that Kevin Crowley will line out for Cork Footballers as they take on Meath at 3pm on Sunday in Navan, while the Dromtarriffe Ladies take on Watergrasshill on Sunday
more photos below:
[read more …] “A Busy GAA Evening”
Millstreet GAA Predictor 2018
He has won All-Ireland’s! He has won Strictly Come Dancing! But can he win Millstreet GAA’s Sports Predictor? Can you beat his score? See Aidan’s entries on below image!
New additional rounds system gives even more chances to win! Entries extended due to the recent weather. Closing date now Monday March 12th! Get your entry sheet from any club member this weekend and see if you can beat Aidan!
Millstreet GAA extends thanks to everyone who braved the inclement weather to support their annual walk on St. Stephens Day. Míle buíochas to everyone who assisted the club during the past year, and best wishes for the New Year to all members and friends.
Connie Hickey of the Bush Bar, Millstreet presented €4,300 to the Millstreet GAA Players Fund on Thursday 23rd November 2017, the proceeds from the recent Race Night. Sincere thanks to all who supported the event.
On Friday night last 17th November 2017 Millstreet GAA Players held a fundraising Race Night in conjunction with the Bush Bar. This was a very successful event and enjoyed by all. This function was well supported, and it was great to see so many players in attendance.
The organising committee would like to thank everyone that sponsored this event and helped in anyway in making it a successful night. A special thank you to Connie Hickey, Kelly Cronin, and Sheila Barrett for all their help and support.
Thanks to Millstreet GAA for sending us the latest standings for the Millstreet GAA Predictor 2017. With six events to go, it’s still all to play for!!! This is the top ten.
1. Tim Murphy – 54 pts
2. Brian Cremin – 49 pts
3. Jerry McCarthy – 45 pts
4. Mary Ellis – 45 pts
5. Donagh Murphy – 43 pts
6. Mark Ellis – 41 pts
7. Padraig Sweeney – 40 pts
8. Siobhan Kelleher – 40 pts
9. Martin Corcoran – 38 pts
10. Niall Buckley – 38 pts
The further 128 entries are below. For the full detailed table with scores for all the individual events, just click here to see/download it. [read more …] “Millstreet GAA Predictor 2017 – Latest Scores”
Millstreet Vintage Club and Cancer Connect would like to thank Everybody that came out to Support our Show on Sunday last. The Show which was thankfully Blessed with fine weather was an outstanding success with great support on the the day, over 150 vehicles were on display and to all the people that brought out there beautiful exhibits from both near and far. We thank each and every one of you for making the journey, to all the club members who helped out and worked very hard both on the lead up to the event and on the day itself many many thanks. To everybody that helped in anyway no matter how big or small we thank you all very much, to Millstreet GAA, the Town Park Committee, and Millstreet Soccer Club we are most grateful for the use of a top class venue and facilities, without your help and support the event would not have been the success that it was. A very big thank you to all our very generous sponsors who very kindly donated great prizes for our draw. To Sgt. Paul Lynch and his team, we thank them very much for keeping traffic flow and parking facilities running like clockwork, to the Millstreet Fire Brigade Crew for providing us with their time and for giving an insight into the skills and dedication of their challenging job, to the Broomhill Tractor Build Team for bringing their Championship Winning Tractor Build to the Show, to the Millstreet Pipe Band, and to Danny and Pat of Back on Track for providing great Music and Entertainment. To all the People who turned up with exhibits, food stalls, entertainment for the kids etc, to the media who did a great job in getting the word out there, including John Tarrant of The Corkman, C103 Mallow, Millstreet.ie Website, Corkmusicstation, Seán Radley, Willie Fitzgerald, LTV2, Eily Buckley, Andrew Pollock and Team of Irish Vintage Scene, Tom Corbett and Matthew Twomey. Also thanks to the following for there help: Jerry Lehane PC, Joan O`Mahony, Sharon Lane, Noel Buckley, Declan Casey, Dolly Ring, Mens Shed, and K+L Delivieries. We hope everyone enjoyed the Day and in due course we will be presenting a Cheque with the proceeds from the Day to a very worthy and well deserved Cause in Cancer Connect.