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.
Kanturk Co-op Marts Duhallow Junior A Hurling Championship
Millstreet v Tullylease
in Rathcoole this evening at 8pm
Please come out and support the lads
Result: Millstreet 2-11 Tullylease 3-11. Three goals in the last quarter sealed the game for Tullylease. [read more …] “Junior Hurling Championship Tonight”
O’KEEFFE (Castleknock, Dublin, and formerly of Mill Lane, Millstreet) June 2nd., 2017 (peacefully) in the loving care of the staff at Our Lady’s Hospice, Harold’s Cross, Jeremiah (Jerry), beloved husband of Bernadette and dear father of Catriona, Des, Evelyn and Ann Marie. Deeply regretted by his loving family, brother John, his cherished grandchildren, sons-in-law, daughter-in-law, nieces, nephews, extended family and friends. May he rest in peace.
Reposing at Our Lady’s Hospice, Harold’s Cross on Monday evening (5th. June) between 4 o’c and 6 o’c. Removal on Tuesday morning (6th. June) to The Church of Our Lady Mother of the Church, Castleknock, arriving for Requiem Mass at 11 o’c followed by private cremation in Mount Jerome Crematorium. Family flowers only, please. Donations if desired, to Our Lady’s Hospice, Harold’s Cross.
[read more …] “Death Notice: Jerry O’Keeffe, Dublin & Mill Lane”
Commiserations to Shane Hickey (Millstreet) and Evan Murphy (Dromtarriffe) who played with the Cork Minors who lost the Munster Minor semi-final last night to Kerry, but it’s great vindication for the local clubs to see more of our lads making the grade and playing in the Cork geansaí. Evan goaled after ten seconds, and added another two points during the game, while Shane came on after half time, but Kerry weren’t for stopping at that stage. [read more …] “Shane and Evan played with the Cork Minors last night”
The very best of luck to Shane Hickey (Millstreet) and Evan Murphy (Dromtarriffe) who take part in this evening’s Electric Ireland Munster Minor Football Championship Quarter-Final for Cork against Tipperary this evening in Thurles.
Evan is picked at centre forward while Shane is listed amongst the subs.
Cork v Tipperary, Wednesday 12th April, 2017 @ 7pm, at Semple Stadium, Thurles, extra time if necessary.
Result: Cork 3-21 Tipperary 1-8 🙂
The Cork football team for tonight’s Munster Minor Championship v Tipperary in Semple Stadium, Thurles @ 7pm has been announced and can be seen on the Cork GAA website
U21 FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP
MILLSTREET -v- BOHERBUE
2.00p.m. on Saturday, 11th March 2017
PLEASE NOTE CHANGE OF VENUE
We thank Sharon Lane for this important notice. (S.R.)
MILLSTREET GAA CLUB
ALL ADULT MEMBERS, OFFICERS. SUPPORTERS & PLAYERS ARE REMINDED OF OUR
ANNUAL REGISTRATION NIGHT
NEXT FRIDAY NIGHT 24th FEBRUARY
BETWEEN 7.30 & 8.30pm
in Millstreet GAA Community Hall
MEMBERSHIP NUMBERS WILL BE ISSUED ON THE NIGHT
AND YOU WILL THEN BE ABLE TO REGISTER FOR
THE GAA REWARD SCHEME – GMRA
FULL DETAILS ON THE NIGHT.
We thank Sharon Lane for the notice. (S.R.)
ADULT MEMBERS: €60
STUDENT MEMBERS: €40
Congratulations to John Coleman and his family on his selection for the Hall of Fame Award at the 96/C103FM Cork GAA Sports Stars Awards last night at the Rochestown Park Hotel – photos below from John Tarrant
— John Tarrant (@jgtarrant) January 28, 2017
— millstreetgaa (@MillstreetGaa) January 27, 2017
The Final Results of the Millstreet GAA Predictor are in and it came down to the wire with the final event proving the difference! Declan Crowley’s choice of Glen Rovers lifted him to the summit and the €500 first place prize.
Second place was shared by Eileen Roche and Eoin O’Sullivan tied on 57 points with both receiving €125. Con Cotter also had 57 points but missed out on a prize as Eileen and Eoin had more “Other” selections to get to 57 points.
1st Place – Declan Crowley (60 Points) €500
2nd Place – Eileen Roche (57 Points) €125
2nd Place – Eoin O’Sullivan (57 Points) €125
Millstreet GAA would like to thank all
participants for supporting the club in 2016!
Full Individual Results are below: [read more …] “Millstreet GAA Predictor – Final Result”
The Millstream GAA Sports Predictor Competition 2016 is in it’s final stages, and after the All Ireland Hurling Final, only 4 of 20 competitions are to be completed. First prize is €500 and it’s neck and neck at the top, with any one of a number of competitors able to overtake the leaders, so it will be exciting until the finish.
Below is the current leaderboard, but click here to see the full breakdown of marks for all entries (pdf)
The Duhallow Senior Football Team 1990-1991 which won consecutive Cork Senior Football Titles. The photo is taken in Millstreet Town Park, and included are Millstreet players:
Back row: Niall Kelleher, Gerry O’Sullivan (trainer, Dairygold Millstreet)
Middle Row: Liam Dennehy, John Twomey, Anthony Barry, Jerry Pat O’Leary, Matthew Dennehy
Front Row: Diarmuid Driscoll
1990 Duhallow Senior Football Team
Captained by Danny Cullotty.
November 4th 1990 was a red letter day for gaelic games here in Duhallow as our divisional senior footballers annexed the cork county senior championship title, and thus bridging a gap of 54,years with a two point victory in a dour struggle over st Finbarr at Pairc Uí Chaoimh.
The 1988 finalists opened their successful campaign with a comprehensive victory 2-18/2-6 over Carrigdhoun, followed up with a 2-11/1-5, triumph over O’Donovan Rossa.
Mighty Nemo Rangers threw down the gauntlet to the barony in the semi final, but Duhallow qualified for the decider with a 4-5/1-9 triumph, goals coming from Anthony Barry, Jimmy Dennehy, Timmy Healy& Richard Dennehy.
The decider against St.Finbarr on a cool November afternoon 30 years ago brought a attendance of 10,979 to Cork GAA headquarters.
And it proved a pretty close affair St Finbarr sailing into a three point lead inside ten minutes but it took a super save from goalie and man of the match Jerry Pat O’Leary midway through the opening half to thwart the city boys. Duhallow had the edge at midfield in the first half through its captain Danny Cullotty and Jerome Walsh, they led 0-4/0-3 at the interval.
Paddy Hayes came well into the game in the second half at midfield for St Finbarr but Duhallow never floundered and with Jerry Pat pulling off a tremendous save, one sensed then was Duhallow day of destiny and when referee Joe O’Leary blew the final whistle scenes of joy and emotion greeted the new county champions on a 0-8/0-6 triumph.
What a moment it was as victorious captain Danny Cullotty held aloft the Andy Scannell trophy.
This most coveted championship was now wresting in Duhallow.
A huge crowd turned out to greet the team in Newmarket on its arrival home after the game and the celebrations continued through out the week with big receptions in Kiskeam, Kanturk, Millstreet & Knocknagree.
This historic victory also saw Danny Culloty become cork s new captain the first Duhallow player to achieve this since Millstreet’s John O’Keeffe in 1949.
And John is still hale and hearty and now resides at Teach Altra nursing home in Newmarket.
Duhallow line out in 1990 county final:
Jerry P O Leary(Millstreet)
Maurice Angland (Kiskeam) Sean Cullotty(Newmarket) Niall Kelleher (Millstreet)
Liam Dennehy( Millstreet) Denis O Connor (Knocknagree) Brendan O Connor (Knocknagree)
Danny Cullotty(Newmarket) (Capt) Jerome Walsh (Kanturk)
Jimmy Dennehy (Kiskeam) (0-2) Richard Dennehy(Kiskeam) Timmy Healy(Kanturk) (0-1)
Donal O Connor(Knocknagree) (0-1) Niall O Connor (Knocknagree) (0-1) Anthony Barry (Millstreet) (0-3)
Noel Moynihan( Ballydesmond) For T Healy.
Martin Dennehy, John Twomey, Diarmuid O Driscoll, (Millstreet), Cormac Linehan, Seamus O Sullivan, (Boharbue), Pat O Connor, Donie Fitzerald, Gerard O Connor(Knocknagree), Liam O Connor(Glenlara), John O Keeffe(Ballydesmond), Seamus Hickey ( Dromtarriffe).
The Victorious Selection Committee Were
John Fintan Daly(Knocknagree(Coach), Joe Murphy(Ballydesmond) Gerard O Sullivan (Kiskeam)
Yes November 4 1990 Is A Day We Will Never Forget In The Annals Of Duhallow Gaa.
In 1991 Duhallow Retained The Title With Another Victory Over St Finbarrs 0-10/0-9
1991 County Final Line Out
J P O Leary
M Angland S Cullotty N Dennehy
L Dennehy (0-1), J Walsh B O Connor
D Cullotty Capt) Patrick Mahony (Knocknagree) (0-2)
Jerry Casey (Rockchapel) A Barry, J Dennehy(0-4)
N O Connor (0-3) John Murphy (Dromtarriffe) D O Connor(0-1)
Sub: R Dennehy for J Murphy.
Enjoy the day and we will see you Stephen’s morning
for our annual Turkey Walk.
Registration @ 11am at the GAA Hall.
– from Millstreet GAA
[read more …] “Annual Turkey Walk”
The Millstreet team which won the Cork County Senior Football Championship when defeating St. Vincent’s in 1948 on a scoreline of 1-2 to 0-3.
Front row, from left: Jerry O’Keeffe, John Joe Tagney, Denis “Toots” Kelleher, Seámie Kelleher, Mundy Singleton, Neily Dennehy and young supporters.
Back row, from left: Paddy Kelleher, Richard Barrett, Michael Byrne (father of Garda Commissioner Pat Byrne), Denis Twomey, Con Corcoran, Garrett Hickey, Denis O’Connor, Paddy Cremin, James Manley, Eddie Collins, Jerry O’Connor, Jerry Hickey, John O’Keeffe (Captain), Denis Hickey, Cormac Dineen, John Hickie, Seámus Murphy, Denis Manning, Teddy Kelleher, Dan O’Driscoll, Denis Kelleher, John Weir.
Question: D. Cummins from Millstreet was listed as a sub for the Cork Senior Football team in 1948 (v Sligo Sligo Champion – 6 June 1948). Was he not playing in the county final?
The Cup comes to Millstreet
Nineteen forty eight was the date of the year
Our young football team on the field did appear
They won from Dunmanway right down to Fermoy
And the city of Cork they went out to defy
On the banks of the Lee on an October day
For the County Cup we went for to play
Ten to one were the odds on that great City team
Our men were too soft and our boys were too green
With Den Connors midfield and the brave O’Keeffe brothers
Those brave city lads would soon sigh for their mothers
Still they put down the cash to humble our pride
And send us home beaten to the Blackwater side
Our team lost the wind to the toss of a coin
So St. Vincent’s they planned for to lick us in time
Then Munty tried hard for to stop the attack
But the first point they scored put our nerves on the rack
The play was resumed at the kick-out of the ball
When Kelleher Pound Hill got a very bad fall
John Joe Tangney, Dick Barrett, Byrne and Weir
Shouts ‘toughen the game while the wind is from there’
Then on to the field the sub Dennehy came
Sub or no sub he played a fine game
We went on defending till the half-whistle blew
Then of points we were nil, but St. Vincent’s had two
The restart of the play, oh what terrific speed
Jim Manley he proved a true friend indeed
Young Kelleher thought of sweet Minor Row
And he scores a fine goal with the tip of his toe
Then Cork’s ardent backers fell into despair
While Millstreet’s supporters flung their hats in the air
St. Vincent’s they rushed on their major attack
But Dineen and O’Driscoll knew how to hit back
Still they sent in the ball to the mouth of the goal
Denis Manning with honours put his name on the ball
With excitement the sidelines by now had gone mad
They were betting their shirts and what money they had
Five minutes to go with our team in the lead
Our opponents displayed all their old keen breed
They rushed and they fought in the air and the ground
‘Twas then Jerry Connor showed himself sound
When at last came the whistle with a cheer for full time
Old Millstreet were champions till 1949
Then home by Macroom over many a mile
All gay and light-hearted we wore a bright smile
The bonfires were blazing in our dear native town
And even old Claragh looked lovingly down
By our priests and our people the welcome was great
We have brought home the Cup for 1948
One of the medal from the 1948 final [twitter: Lawrence Hickey]
TODO: get a better quality photo of the team