Moyvane Notes – 12th March, 2006


Congratulations to Padraig and Shay Leahy church road who won over 6000 in the blotto


Parish mission our parish mission open this sat night at 8pm the last time a mission was held in the parish was in 1993.

 Best wishes to Pat Sullivan Aughrim Moyvane who will be competing on winning streak on this sat night.

Birometrics which is in passports in many countries now which include the figure print idea. In some countries staff open the door with their finger print.

 With in 3 to 4 years it will replace the pin numbers atm machines will be accessed with finger prints and also mobile phones which will eliminate the theft of them.


Moyvane I. C. A . will be selling daffodils in aid of the Cancer Society on the weekend of 18th and 19th March.

Moyvane / Knockanure Comhaltas Adult Set Dancing takes place on Monday night at 8.00pm at the Marian Hall.

A New Group for people parenting alone in North Kerry is meeting every Monday from 6.30pm – 8.00pm. Childcare provided, at the Presentation Family Centre, Listowel. Contact Ray Fahy at 068 23584 / 086 1681402.

Kerry Diocesan Pilgrimage to Lourdes led by Bishop Bill Murphy. September 2nd – 7th 2006. Flights ex Kerry Airport. Basic Cost €685.00. For more information contact Torc Travel on 064 58219.

Trocaire Boxes are available in both Churches. Please help yourself to a Trocaire Box.

Burren Cheernoybyl Project (Marie Behan)

A special thanks to everyone who sponsored and supported me with the above fundraising. Your kindness and generosity was very much appreciated

Success came fast and furious this past week. on wed. night in the library
in Castleisland The Div. 4 Ladies took on Kenmare in the league final.
Moyvane won 4-0, team was Catriona Ambrose, Mary Lynch, Lisa Purcell, and
Carolanne Warrilow, and Mgt. A. Flaherty and Olive Keane who played in
earlier matches.
On the same night at
home the Div. 5 Ladies defeated Kingdom 6-0 this team was Brid Fitzgerald,
Noirin Buckley, Deirdre McElligott, and Eileen Roche.
Thurs. saw a number of players compete in the o40 comp. played in Listowel.
Nora Conyard was on the winning team, and

Betty Lane
was finalist in the
On to Sun. and the Div. 4 doubles championships in the Sports Complex in
Tralee. The div. 4 Ladies final was an all Moyvane affair in which Catriona
Ambrose and Mary Lynch defeated Mgt. A. Flaherty and Lisa Purcell. Congrats
to all.


CLUB DRAW    The      Moyvane G.A.A. club draw is now in full swing and tickets sales are going very well.  We ask all tickets sellers to try and get their areas finished and bring back receipts and money.  We need to get a big push on and reach our target in order to complete the development on the field.


SENIORS     Moyvane were defeated by Emmets in the North Kerry league on Sat. last.  Despite the heavy rain that fell all through we were served up a very entertaining game.   A goal by Brian Cunningham early in the game kept us in touch but the stronger Emmets pulled away in the second half and ran out good winners by 1 – 12 to 1 – 4.  Next weekend we are playing Na Gaeil in Tralee.   Check local poster for definite fixture.


MINORS  Moyvane start their County league on Fri March 24th  with a home game against Scartaglin.  More details later on.