Moyvane Notes – 22nd March, 2003

THE Moyvane/Knockanure Senior Citizens AGM will be held at the Marian Hall next Monday March 24 at 9pm. New members welcome a chiropodist who will attend the Marian Hall this Saturday from 1.30pm to 5pm. For appointment contact Eileen Quinn, 49472.

Tara Mulvihill came first in both the U/14-18 English and Irish singing competition at the Munster final of Ceol na Gheimbridh held in Cappamore, Co. Limerick.

Relatives with family members interred in Knockanure and Ahavoher cemeteries are asked to come along on Saturday, March 22 at 1.30pm sharp to tidy their graves. Please bring plastic bags and necessary tools for the clean up.

Trainers for the various Bord na nOg teams this year are U/10: Brendan Keane, Tom O’Sullivan and Gerald Kennelly. U/12: Dan Flavin, John McEnery, Tim Joe Sheehan, Betty Lane and James Sheehy.

U/14 Paddy Leahy, Ger Greaney and Neilus Mulvihill. U/16: Tomas Keane, Jerry Mulvihill, Michael Walsh and Kevin Kiely. County Board Delegate Paddy Leahy. North Kerry Board delegate: Michael Walsh. U/10 training is on Wednesday night in the Community centre at 7pm. U/14 training is on Sunday morning in Knockanure at 12 noon.

Moyvane seniors took their first points in the County league when they defeated Cromacon last Sunday. Cromane who had two County players in their ranks really put it u to our lads. In fairness, had we taken better advantage of the scoring chances we had, the game would have been won with more ease. As it was, we were really hanging on in the end. The goals from Eddie Bowler early on and a cracker from Tom Sheehy just before half time set up this win so lets hope we can build on it and go on to make a big effort to get promotion. This was really a team victory with every player putting in big performance.

Next Sunday its back to North Kerry league action where we play Ballylongford in Ballylongford at 2.30pm.

Coffee evening – Moyvane ICA will host a coffee evening tonight Wednesday, march 19 at 8.30pm in the Marian Hall in aid of the Irish Cancer Society. Your support will be appreciated.