Midleton Renshukan Karate Club Sensei, Neil Sargent is Talbot Collection Cork Community, Business and...
Just after a surprise party and reunion with former members of Midleton Renshukan Karate Club
Last weekend, Denis O’Sullivan from Ballynoe brought his massive collection of GAA memorabilia to MyPlace Midleton.
The Killeagh 4 Mile Road Race will take place on Sunday, March 10th, with its HQ at Killeagh GAA Complex.
All roads lead to Pairc Ui Rinn on this Saturday, February 16th, as Midleton CBS meet Christian Brothers College in the Final of the Dr Harty Cup Munster Senior Colleges Hurling Final, writes John Cashman.
Before an appreciative and packed attendance Cork Camogie star Orla Cotter was named the overall winner of the 96FM/C103 GAA Sports Star of the Year at the Gala Banquet in the Rochestown Park Hotel. The St Catherine’s player received a standing ovation as she made her way to the stage a clear indication of the popularity of this most unassuming but very talented player. Orla was the September winner on the back of Cork retaining their All-Ireland senior Camogie title defeating old rivals Kilkenny, in dramatic fashion. The sides were level, time almost up, Cork awarded a free under the Hogan Stand, and despite the pressure Orla nailed it and the O’Duffy Cup was Leeside bound. On accepting the accolade, she said, “I am in shock given the depth of talent here in the room this evening, and I am delighted to be chosen and it reflects where Cork Camogie stands right now.” As for the 3 in a row, “well we are back in training and it would be brilliant to achieve it and we will certainly give it our best shot.” Read the full story inside this week’s Midleton & District News.
Cork made two changes to the team for the visit of Kildare to Pairc Uí Chaoimh on Sunday in Round 2 of the Allianz Football League with Michael Hurley and Mark Collins coming into the attack for Brian Hurley and Damien Gore.
Cork welcomed Wexford to Pairc Uí Chaoimh on last Sunday in their first home game of the Allianz hurling league. Both sides had lost their opener to Kilkenny and Limerick, so a win was of vital importance to both teams.
Midleton CBS are back in the Harty Cup Final, but not before they were given a searching examination by a De La Salle team that looked to be heading for victory as they led by a point 0-12 to 0-11 with 62 of the allotted 64 minutes played.