Moyvane Notes – 2nd May, 2005


MINORS: Moyvane defeated Knocknagoshel/ Brosna in the County league last week and qualify for the semi-final. At the time of writing no definite fixture has yet been sorted out. We will have more news next week. They have been going great guns lately and lets hope they can go all the way.

Training continues for the U8 and U10 players next Tuesday at 7pm.

Moyvane GAA tee shirts are on sale from the secretary Teddy Keane at €15.

U14s play Ballydonoghue in Moyvane on Monday May 9 at 7.30pm.

U16s have reached the semi-final of the North Kerry league where they will meet either Tarbert or Beale. That fixture should be played the weekend. Players should check with trainers for clarification.


The Recent Church Gate Collection for Our Lady’s Hospital for Sick Children in Crumlin raised €750. Thanks to all who supported and to the collectors.


The weather continues to create great hardship with little or no turf cut and still a lot of cattle being winter fed in farmyards.


The Lartigue Monorail, located on the John B. Keane Road, Listowel reopened last Sunday and remains open daily, 2-5pm, until the end of September. Take a trip back in time on this unique railway, winner of the 2004 National Heritage Award.


The Labour Party’s annual church gate collection will be taken up this weekend.


The Meet The World appeal takes place in Siamsa Tira, Tralee on this Friday at 8pm, featuring music, fashion and dance from all over the globe. Tickets €15. Booking essential. Contact 066-7123055. All proceeds direct to the affected area in Indonesia. If you would like to donate, please call 086-4009916 to arrange your donation.


The death took place recently of Paul McEvoy (suddenly) Knockanure and late of Dublin. He was 38 years of age. He was buried in Ahavoher Cemetery following Requiem Mass on Saturday last. He is survived by his wife, children, relatives and friends.

The death took place recently of Nora Kelly (nee Kennelly), Nenagh, and late of Gortdromagowna. She was buried in the Old Cemetery Knockanure following Requiem Mass in Nenagh on friday last. She is survived by her husband, children, brothers, sisters, brothers-in-law, sisters-in-law, nephews, nieces, relatives and friends.

The death took place recently of Jim Joe O’Sullivan, Slough, England and late of Moyvane.

Sympathy is extended to the bereaved families.