TOM CREEDON CUP
MILLSTREET 2-16 MACROOM 1-22 (a.e.t.)
on this SUNDAY
TOM CREEDON CUP
MILLSTREET 2-16 MACROOM 1-22 (a.e.t.)
on this SUNDAY
Dromtarriffe v Millstreet. We got our neighbours, newly promoted from the Junior ranks, in Round 1 of the Cork Intermediate Football Championship ⚽ 1 [read more …] “Just look who got paired together in the Draw for the Football Championship”
Millstreet U21 Hurling team
& Duarigle Gaels U21 Football team
won their respective Duhallow Championships.
On next Saturday night (12th January) a
presentation evening will take place in the
Wallis Arms Hotel to both teams.
To book tickets for this evening please contact either:
TONY MCCAUL (087) 9379269, or
SHARON LANE (086) 8304356
Tickets cost €22.50 each
Millstreet GAA would like to
thank everyone that supported
the Race Night Fundraiser. It
was a great success! The
support is greatly
On Sunday, 23rd September 2018 the annual GAA Hurling Games for the Connie Kelleher Memorial Trophy, the Tommy O’Connor and Alan O’Connor Memorial Trophies took place in splendid weather at Millstreet Town Park. This year a magnificent Trophy in memory of the late Connie Hickey (who was a dedicated Coach) was introduced and presented by the Hickey Family. The event was superbly organized with the inclusion of Millstreet Pipe Band, the flying of the National Flag and the presentations at the GAA Community Hall followed by excellent refreshments for everyone. A huge attendance was in evidence with many people travelling from afar for the special occasion. The dedicated Committee with such people as Mag O’Connor and John O’Riordan and many others ensured a most successful annual event. Here we share the first of our pictorial recordings from the uplifting occasion. Click on the images to enlarge. (S.R.) [read more …] “Wonderfully Successful Games at Millstreet Town Park on Sunday Blessed with Excellent Weather”
In 1991 Seánie Barrett was part of the excellent Cork Minor team that won the All-Ireland Football title, beating Mayo on a scoreline of Cork 1-9 Mayo 1-7 at Croke Park, on 15th Sept 1991. Seán is in the photo above with his hand in the air, and his goal in the final is in the video below.
A few months previously he and Eoin O’Sullivan had been part of the Cork Vocational Schools Football Team that also won the All-Ireland.
Seán of course went on to have a highly successful boxing career, winning the National Championships, and representing Ireland abroad.
The goalie for Cork that day Kevin O’Dwyer, is now based in Cullen and is one of the trainers for the Duarigle Gaels (Millstreet+Cullen) underage teams.
1991 Munster Final: Cork 0-10 Kerry 0-8
CORK: Kevin O’Dwyer, Donal O’Callaghan, Brian Corcoran, Brian Murphy, Jer McCullagh, Tadhg Og Lynch, Alan McCarthy (Captain), Fachtna Collins, Pat Hegarty, Sean Barrett, Joe Kavanagh, Pat O’Mahony, Paul O’Rourke, Kevin Harrington, Donal Hegarty
Subs: Jody Dillon, Dave Linehan
All Ireland Semi-Final: Cork 0-12 Donegal 1-6
Cork led by 0-5 to no score and 0-7 to 0-1 after 13 minutes, but Donegal held them scoreless for the next 27 minutes. Eamon McMenamin got Donegal’s rst point and a penalty won by Donegal’s best player on the day, Donal Buggy, was converted by Mark Boyle on 26 minutes to leave the sides level at the break, 1-4 to 0-7. Donegal twice took the lead in the second half and had a number of goal chances. Two of them came late on when Sean Boyce was denied by the Cork ‘keeper and Donal Buggy was denied a second penalty, although it was felt the referee was reluctant to award Donegal a second spot kick.
Donegal: Eunan Doherty; Paul Diver, Darragh Dolan, Peter McGinley; Damien Diver, Kevin McGettigan, Kevin Gallagher; Declan Boyle, Paul Callaghan; Mark Boyle (1-1), Donal Buggy (0-4), Ronan McLaughlin; Corny Brennan, James Ruane, Eamon McMenamin (0-1). Subs., Sean Boyce for McMenamin; Anthony McGrath for K Gallagher.
Cork: Kevin O’Dwyer; Donal O’Callaghan, Brian Corcoran, Brian Murphy; Gerard McCullagh, Tadhg Og Lynch (0-1), Alan McCarthy; Fachtna Collins, Pat Hegarty (0-1); Sean Barrett (0-2), Joe Kavanagh, Paudie O’Mahony (0-5); Kevin Harrington (0-2), Mark O’Sullivan (0-1), Paul O’Rourke. Subs., Donal O’Mahony for Kavanagh; Finbar O’Mahony for Donal O’Mahony.
Referee: Seamus Prior (Leitrim).
All Ireland Final: Cork 1-9 Mayo 1-7
K. O’Dwyer, D. O’Callaghan, B. Corcoran, B. Murphy, G. McCullagh, T. Óg Lynch, A. McCarthy, F. Collins, P. Hegarty, S. Barrett, M. O’Sullivan, P. O’Mahony, K. Harrington, J. Kavanagh, P. O’Rourke. subs: F. O’Mahony for P. O’Rourke, D. O’Neill for S. Barrett
MAYO: B Heffernan; T Burke, J McSharry, K Mortimer; P Cunney, D Leyden, F Costello; M Smith, P McNamara (0-2); TJ McHugh, K O’Neill (0-1), R Golding (1-1); D Burke (0-3), T Walkin, D McDonagh. Subs: S Brady for McDonagh, C Deasy for McHugh.
Ten of that team went on to play senior football for Cork including: Kevin O’Dwyer, Brian Corcoran, Podsie O’Mahony, Joe Kavanagh, Fachtna Collins, Pat Hegarty, Mark O’Sullivan, Tadhg Og Lynch, Kevin Harrington
I just had the best night. My head will hurt tomorrow but what harm. Threatened 2 hernias getting into attic to dig out this thing. @Millstreet_Juv John Riordan mentioned him tonight so I dare Seanie Barrett to find his one
#1991 #2019 pic.twitter.com/LUOxuC5xsv
— CullenJuvGaa (@cullenjuvgaa) September 22, 2019
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
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
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!
Delighted to share Kathy Anne Murphy’s superb photograph of Killian Murphy of Sydney – grandson of Kathy Anne and Patrick Murphy, Kilmeedy. Proudly wearing his greatly treasured Millstreet G.A.A. jersey – Killian is son of Coral and Barry Murphy (of Kilmeedy and Sydney). Great to have such a wonderful Millstreet G.A.A. fan in Australia flying the Irish flag for Millstreet. Click on the image to enlarge. (S.R.)
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.