Moyvane Notes – 17th April, 2004


An ICA meeting will be held in the Marian Hall next Tuesday, April 20 at 8.30pm. The ICA Guild was first formed in Moyvane 50 years ago this June and to celebrate this a function will be held in the Lanterns Hotel Tarbert on June 13. Past members who would like to attend should contact Olive Keane or any member.


Large crowds attended the Easter Ceremonies. The Mass of the Last Supper and the Passion of Our Lord on Good Friday were celebrated by Fr Lucid. The Easter Vigil on Saturday night was celebrated by Fr Lucid assisted by Fr O’Callaghan.


Children’s Dance Classes will resume in the Marian Hall on Monday, April 26 at 6.00pm.


Training continues every Tuesday evening from 6.00-7.00pm, in Moyvane Community Centre. All athletes who may have club singlets, please can you return them to Niamh Wall, Cathy Finucane or Breda Moriarty as soon as posssible.


The Hanrahan Family, Lenamore, Ballylongford mourns the death of their son Frank following an accident.


Moyvane Seniors play St.Senans in round three of the County league on Saturday night in Clounmacon at 7.00pm. There was no game last week because of a death in Cordal so it is vital for us to get points on the table as promotion is our target.

Moyvane Minors defeated Beale in a very exciting game in Asdee last week to stay on course to reach the semi-final of our division. This was a close encounter but in the end Moyvane had three points to spare. They have a bye next week as there is a odd number of teams in the group.

Moyvane under-16s lost to St.Senans in the North Kerry league on Wednesday night. The Senans lads were much too strong for our fellows but it was a good game. This Wednesday they play Ballylongford/Asdee in Knockanure at 7.00pm. Then next Wednesday they play Duagh in Duagh at 7.30pm. Moyvane under-14s play Kerins O’Rahillys ‘B’ in the County league at 7.30pm on Mon night 19th in Knockanure. All players are asked to be in the dressing room at 7.15sharp.