Moyvane Notes – 2nd April, 2005


LARGE crowds attended the Ceremonies. Mass of the Last Supper was celebrated last Thursday night by Fr John Lucid; the Passion of Our Lord on Good Friday by Fr Lucid and Fr Brendan O’Callaghan; and the Easter Vigil on Saturday by Fr Lucid.


The Development Association has planted 350 trees in the woods. It is very important to keep the village tidy over the summer months in preparation for the tidy towns competition.


Seniors: Moyvane lost ground in the County league last week when they lost 0-11 to 1-10 to Firies in a tight and tense game in Moyvane. Man of the match was Moyvane’s Conor Flynn. Moyvane GAA wishes James Casey of Firies a speedy recovery to full fitness after he received what looked like a serious injury in last weeks game.

Minors: Moyvane had a hard earned win over neighbours Tarbert at home last Friday. Final score Moyvane 0-13 Tarbert 0-11.

Stand: Work is progressing very well on our new stand and at this stage we are ready to get the roof on. We ask everybody to co-operate while the construction is ongoing and obey the warning signs.

Membership of Moyvane GAA, open at €10 for ordinary and €30 for players, closes on March 31. Please don’t be caught out! Join up now!

Moyvane U14s play Finuge in the County league on Monday April 4 in Finuge at 7pm. Bus leaves the corner at 6.15 sharp.

The U16s take on Beale in the North Kerry league on Wednesday April 6 in Moyvane at 6.45pm.


Moyvane teams won the Mens Div 3 and Ladies Div 4 leagues.

At the Paddy Sugrue Memorial Tournament John M Mulvihill won Div 2 and Carmel Hudson was runner up.

Div 4 winner was Mary Lynch and Ed McCarthy was runner up. Div 5 runner up was Eileen Roche.

Div 5 Ladies Challenge team defeated Listowel 4-2 to reach the final where they will play Kenmare.


The AGM of the Labour Party will take place this Friday, at 8.30pm in the Marian Hall. All are Welcome.


A Night At The Dogs will be held in Tralee Track on Saturday April 23, to raise funds for the completion of the old school in Knockanure. To give an advert or nominate a dog, contact committee members on 23905, 49438, 49250 or 49458.


Parents intending to send their children to Moyvane National School should collect application forms from April 4th.


The death took place recently of Willie (Billy) Moore Oughterard, and late of Kilmeaney, Kilmorna. He was 54 years of age. His remains were removed to Oughterard Church on Sunday. He was buried in Kilcummin Cemetery Co. Galway following requiem Mass on Monday. He is survived by his wife Evelyn, daughters fiona and Lisa, mother Nora, brothers Michael, Ned, Tom, and James, sisters Kathleen and Margaret, sisters-in-law, brothers-in-law, nephews, nieces, aunts, relatives and friends. Sympathy is extended to the bereaved family.