Moyvane Notes 10th February 2021

MOYVANE GAA CLUB LOTTO:   There was no winner of the €9,700 Jackpot.  Numbers drawn were  17  19  24  30. Lucky Dips: €40.00 each: Ciaran O’Connor, Online. Maureen O’Connor, Upper Aughrim. Elaine Foley, Online. Nikita Palmier, Online. Betty Moody, Woodgrove. Thank you to Patricia Lynch, Sports Rehabilitator and Sports Performance Analyst for helping with the draw. Tickets are available online by following the link on Moyvane GAA Facebook Page along with Kennelly’s Homevalue Hardware, Holly’s Gala, Stack’s Butchers, Corridan’s Garage and Newtownsandes Co-op. You can also contact any Committee Member. Current Jackpot is €9,800 and the draw will be held on Sunday, February 14 at 8.00pm, outdoors, at Con Brosnan Park. As always thank you for your continued support.
CLUB MEMBERSHIP is now open for 2021, €40 for players and €20 for students and non players. Membership can be paid to any committee member.

NATIONAL CLUB DRAW: Once again Moyvane GAA are selling tickets for the National Club Draw.  Tickets are €10 and all proceeds will go to the players fund. More details will be on Moyvane GAA Facebook page in the coming days. Tickets can be purchased from the players or by ringing Club Chairman Micheal Walsh on 0879817883.

CHURCH OF THE ASSUMPTION, MOYVANE. MASSES FOR THE WEEK: Wednesday, February, 10 Anniversary Mass at 7.30pm for Pat Foran, Bedford, Listowel. Thursday, February 11 Anniversary Mass for Catherine Culhane, Ballyguiltenane, Glin & deceased members of the Sheahan & Culhane families. Friday, February 12 Month’s Mind Mass for Denis O’Flaherty, Tubbertoureen. Saturday, February 13 Anniversary Mass at 7.30pm for Denis Murphy, Ballyphehane, Cork. Sunday, February 14 Anniversary Mass at 7.30pm for Donal Cunningham, Kilbaha, his sister, Breda, her husband,  Andy Thomas and Dick Cunningham, (Month’s Mind).  .
CHURCH OF CORPUS CHRISTI, KNOCKANURE: Sunday, February 14  Mass at 9.30am for Nora Gould, Pilgrim Hill, recently deceased.
JOHN MOLONEY lost his fight for life on Sunday, January 31 after a short illness. John was the proverbial gentleman, a devoted husband, wonderful father and grandfather. He had a passion for football and wore the green and gold of Moyvane for many years in the 60’s and 70’s. In 1967 he won a medal with the Kerry minors. He played with Feale Rangers and Clounmacon  and he was known as a teak tough defender. He trained both Moyvane & Clounmacon and trained Clounmacon to win three North Kerry Championships. In 2007 he organised a Feale Rangers trip to New York and it was one of his proudest achievements. John ate, slept and dreamed football until he met Marian, the love of his life. They were a team with their family, of whom John was rightly proud. He adored his girls, Ciara, Niamh and Deirdre and later his grandchildren. Sincere sympathy to everybody in the  family and a special word for his brother James. Rest in Peace John.

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