Moyvane Notes – 16th April, 2006

Community I.T. Access is now taking bookings for Computer Courses in Basic, Intermediate, E.C.D.L., Sage Accounts and one to one tuition in your own home or in our Centres.  For further details phone or fax 068 36938

Old Sayings : Time is a great Healer.

Listowel Bereavement / Suicide Support Group will hold a meeting at the Listowel Arms Hotel on Friday and Saturday April 28th & 29th From 9am to 5pm each day.  Contact Fr. Donal O Connor, The Presbytery, Listowel on 21188 or Shane O Donoghue on 21279 for further information.

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Moyvane pitch is closed due to recent sanding.  All training will continue as usual for U8, U10, U12, U14 and U16 in Knockanure pitch, on the same evenings at the same times.

Moyvane/Knockanure Comhaltas wish to thank all who supported the recent Church Gate Collection.  Congratulations to all who competed at the Fleadh Cheoil in Milltown, especially those who go forward to the Munster Fleadh Cheoil in Lismore, Co. Waterford  in July.

Death : The death took place recently of Nora Brosnan (nee Joy), Barragougeen, Moyvane. She was 84 years of age. Her remains were removed to Moyvane Church on Monday last. She was buried in Ahavoher Cemetery following Requiem Mass on Tuesday last. She is survived by her her sons Michael, Stephen, John and Paudie, daughter Eileen, son-in-law, daughters-in-law, grandchildren, nephews, nieces, relatives and friends. Sympathy is extended to the bereaved family.

CLUB DRAW    We have rescheduled our club draw for Sat. night 13th May.  We ask all ticket sellers to make one final big effort as this is our last chance to clear our debts and finish the development.  We thank sincerely everybody who have supported us to-date and wish you all the very best of luck.  There are still of tickets available from any committee member so don’t miss out join up straight away.  

SENIORS     Moyvane had a hard earned win over Duagh in the County league on Sat. night last.  A stiff breeze made scoring difficult but in fairness both sides tried very hard.   Moyvane had first use of the wind and when Eddie Bowler punched a goal midway through it looked good for the Moyvane lads but Duagh responded and scored a goal and a point just before the break to lead by 1 – 4 to 1 – 3 at the interval.   Moyvane got stuck in after the break and gave very little away and held Duagh to just one point while they added three themselves to win on a score of 1 – 6 to 1 – 5.  Next Sat. Moyvane play Tousist in Tousist again in the County league at 7pm.  They will have to keep up the commitment if they are to maintain the momentum in our effort to stay in the promotion race.  The very best of luck to the lads and lets hope they can get the right result.     
MINORS    Moyvane defeated Keel in the County league last week and so improved their chances of reaching the semi-finals.  In what was a great and exciting game of football our lads finished very strongly to take full advantage.   This was a tremendous team effort with every player giving a hundred per cent and it was a tribute to them when they were down late in the game they never gave up and came with a strong finish to win on a score if 2 – 9 to 2 – 8.    Next Fri. night they play Fossa in Fossa at 7pm.

JUNIORS    Moyvane lost to St. Senans in the North Kerry league on Tues. night last.  They play Desmonds in Castleisland on Tues. night at 7pm.

UNDER 12    Moyvane are playing Scartaglin in Scartaglin in the County league on Sun. evening at 7pm.  Bus leaving Moyvane at 6pm so all players are asked to be in good time. 

Concert : At St John’s Heritage Centre, The Square, Listowel on Friday 28th of April at 8pm in aid of Concern.

Plebiscite : The Moyvane Plebiscite will be held after the Dingle Plebiscite. The Dingle Plebiscite is held up with legal problems so the Moyvane Plebiscite will now more than likely be held towards the end of the year or some time next year.