Moyvane Notes

BLOTTO Results for Thursday, January 11. Numbers drawn: 1   5   18   30. Lucky Dips: €100: Teresa Casey, Moyvane. €50: Carolne O’Connor, Listowel. €20 each Valerie Quirke, Abbeyfeale. Breda & Alan Broderick, Ennismore, Listowel. Aisling O’Connor, Aughrim, Moyvane. Margaret O’Regan, Bedford, Listowel. Shane Hanrahan, The Hill, Moyvane. Free Tickets: Anne Fitzgerald, Sallowglen, Tarbert. Jackie Kissane, Tarbert. Florrie Mullin, Moyvane. Tom O’Connor, Bus Driver. Eileen Windle, Glin. This Thursday night’s Jackpot is €11,500 and the draw will be held at Bingo in The Marian Hall this Thursday night (January 18, 2024) Congratulations to Anne Lenihan, Abbeyfeale who won €300 on Spin the Wheel.
SPLIT THE BUCKET:  €340 was won by Joan Manaher, Athea in the first draw of the new year. This Thursday night the draw will be held at Bingo as usual. If you’re not in, you can’t win. Envelopes are available in all the usual outlets locally, Holly’s Gala, Mike Kennelly’s HomeValue Hardware, Noel Stack Butchers, Enright’s Bar, The Village Grill, Speedy’s Bar, Moyvane. Newtownsandes Co-op Curl up and Dye (Anna Enright Fogarty) and at Bingo in the Marian Hall.  €2.00 per entry or 3 for €5.00.  Thank you all for supporting this very important fundraiser for your local school.
GAA LOTTO There was no winner on Sunday, January 14. Numbers drawn were: 13   28   29   31. Lucky Dips: €40 each: Norma Stack, The Hill, Moyvane. Padraig Kearney, Kilbaha. Kieran Kennelly, Kilbaha, Moyvane. Francis Galvin, Barragougeen, Moyvane. Johnny McEvoy, Aughrim, Moyvane. Next Sunday night’s Jackpot is €3,800. The draw will be held in Speedy’s Bar at 8.30pm. Tickets are available online by following the link on Moyvane GAA Facebook Page. All online entries must be registered by 6.00pm on the day of the draw. Entries after 6.00pm will be entered in the next draw. Tickets are also available at Kennelly’s Homevalue Hardware, Holly’s Gala, Stack’s Butchers, Corridan’s Garage, Newtownsandes Co-op, A New U and Curl Up & Dye. You can also contact any Committee member.

2023 was not very kind to Moyvane. We said goodbye to too many people who should be with us for many years to come but unfortunately life is not like that. October saw John Lynch leave this world following a motor cycle accident. John was a hard working young man, very popular with all age groups and is sadly missed by his parents, Noreen & Joseph, his brother, Jody and sisters Siobhan & Marie. In November Mai Carr joined her husband Mick who had predeceased her by something like forty years. Mai was a great lady who loved to play cards and is survived by her daughter, Breda and son Michael and their families. John Sheehy of Clounmacon, Listowel died suddenly on November 16. He may have had a Listowel address but he was Moyvane through and through. He is a huge loss to the farming community. He was one of the few available to do tractor work, silage, bales, slurry, you name it John did it. He will be missed by his sisters Mary, Helen, Kathleen & Bernie, brothers Bobby, Pat, Dick, Joe & Mike and extended family. Martha (Mangan) Enright opted to come back to Moyvane to join her late husband, Jackie in Ahavoher. She spent most of her adult life in Leeds but enjoyed the best of both worlds. She spent her Summers in her family home down the “new road”, she bought a car and learned to drive after Jackie passed away. She was independent, very sociable and good friends with her neighbours. She was a regular at the Irish Centre in Leeds, loved dancing and playing cards. Martha is survived by her daughters, Margaret & Yvonne, son John and their families. Just before Christmas the parish was more than shocked at the passing of Teddy Keane. Teddy was an active and trusted member of the local community being involved with several organisations over many years. He played football as a young man and later was an officer with Moyvane GAA club holding many different positions. He was always available to help at Moyvane Bingo and was well liked by the people who played Bingo every week. He is missed and talked about every Thursday night. It is hard to believe that he is no longer with us but his family will miss him more than anyone. He was a wonderful husband to Olive, Dad to Yvonne, Jennifer, Brian, Suzanne & Dermot and their families. Micky Flaherty of Keylod was last to leave this world in 2023. He had been unwell for quite some time but had been well enough to attend a football the day before he died. He is survived by his partner Helen, father Mickey, sisters Mary, Helen, Kate, Angela and Liz, brother Tadhg and extended family. That finishes 2023. Hopefully 2024 will be better. Good health to all of you and your families.      
        Thursday, January 18 Anniversary Mass at 10.00am for Ned Moore, Glenalappa. 
         Saturday, January 20 7.30pm  Third Anniversary Mass for John Moloney & his parents, Mick & Mary Moloney, Claar.
         Sunday, January 21 Special Intention Mass at 11.00am
Friday, January 19 10.00am Private Intention 
Sunday, January 21 9.30am Anniversary Mass for Irene O’Keeffe.  


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