Moyvane Notes – 16th October, 2004


AT the AGM of the senior badminton club the following were elected: chairperson, Nora Conyard; vice chair, Michael Corridan; joint sec, Eileen Roche and Olive Keane; joint treas, Carmel Hudson and Julie Fitzmaurice; PRO, Eileen Roche; delegates to Co. Board Ollie Conyard and Michelle Lynch; committee, Marguerite Lynch, Louise O’Connor, Siobhan Flynn, Brian Kiely, Niall Shine and Timmy Duggan. Badminton on Monday and Wednesday at 8pm. Newcomers welcome. Fees to paid by October 20.


Youth Club registration takes place this Friday 8-9pm in the Marian Hall. Registration fee is €10. A parent or guardian, not a brother or sister, must accompany each young person. Parents registering their children will be expected to provide dates they are available for supervision (two nights’ supervision is the most asked of any parent in the club year). If a parent is unable to attend, they must contact another parent to supervise. Failure to do this will cause serious safety risks for the club and its members. The Club re-opens in the Community Centre on November 5.


Tarbert Comprehensive Parents Association invite you to a talk by Martina Keane, Health Promotion Officer Southern Health Board on Wednesday October 20 at 8pm in the Assembly Hall. Title of the Lecture : Do We Have a Healthy School. It will be followed by the AGM of the Tarbert Comprehensive Parents Association. All are welcome.


Seniors: Moyvane play Brosna in the County Novice championship next Sunday October 17. in Brosna at 2.30pm. Moyvane are drawn against the winners of Desmonds and St. Senans in the North Kerry championship. More details later.

U-16: Moyvane lost to Finuge in the North Kerry championship last Sunday. Finuge ran out winners by five points. That finishes our under age football for this year and all in all we had a very enjoyable year and well done to all involved.

Minors: Moyvane play Ballyduff in the Div 2 final of the North Kerry league on Saturday October 23 at 3pm in Coolard.


Moyvane Knockanure Community Games AGM is on October 18 in the Marian Hall at 8pm. Help is needed from parents. If help is not forthcoming, the parish Community Games movement will cease to exist, to the detriment of local children.