Moyvane Notes – 24th November, 2001

BLOTTO, there was no winner of the Jackpot in the last two weeks. The winning numbers on Thursday, November 8 were 3, 10, 25, 28. There were two match three’s and they won £50 each. Josie Kennelly, Kiltean, Lisselton and Cathal Gormley, Leitrim West. Lucky dips: £10 each Garry Harnett, ESB, Tarbert; Stephen Brennan, Tarbert; Hannah Enright, Main Street, Moyvane; Michael Lynch, Tarmons West and Maureen Fitzmaurice, Gurtdromosillihy. Free tickets for next draw: Brendan Stack, Church Road, Moyvane; Hartnett family, Woodfield, Dromcollogher; Seamus Kelly, 18 Market Street, Listowel; Celine Kennelly, Leitrim Middle and Sheila Keane, O’Connell’s Avenue, Listowel. Last Thursday night’s Jackpot was £3,100. The numbers were 7, 9, 10, 20 and nobody got it right again. Eight people matched three numbers and they were John O’Keeffe, Jacinta MacNamara, c/o Christina Mulvihill, Limerick; Margaret Hayes, Marconi, Ballybunion; Mary Kate Lynch, Glin Road, Moyvane; Pat and Helen O’Sullivan, Moyvane Village; Sean Finucane, ESB, Tarbert; Brian Kearney, c/o Joe’s Bar and Valerie Pickett, Beale, Asdee. Lucky Dips: £10 each: John O’Connor, Inchamore, Betty Ahern, Athea; Michael Julian, 2 Doon Road, Ballybunion; Margaret Sheehy, Glenalappa and Molli, Darragh, Dylan and Donna. Free tickets for next draw: Jack Stack, Trieneragh, Duagh; Noreen Lynch, Moyvane; Mary Walsh, Leitrim East; Aisling Fitzmaurice, Leitrim Middle and Linda Molly and Paul Slemon, 69 Feale Drive, Listowel. This Thursday night’s draw will be held at Bingo in The Marian Hall and the Jackpot will be £3,200.

Thursday night is Bingo as usual and this week’s Golden Line is £580 in ten calls. We are now into the Christmas season and if you would like to win your Christmas dinner there are turkeys, hams and bottles of whiskey on offer every night.

At the AGM of the Labour party the following were selected, presidents: M.J. O’Flaherty and Michael Kiely, chairwoman Ita Buckley, vice chairman Tom Fitzgerald, treasurer Michael O’Sullivan, secretary Pat Leahy, Cllr. Pat Leahy and Deputy Dick Spring addressed the meeting.

Moyvane juniors are playing Emmets in the replay of the North Kerry Intermediate championship on Sunday, December 2. Even though we lost a lot of players to the senior campaign we will still field a strong side and hopefully finish our year on a high note. We hope to get together on Wednesday, night at 8 p.m., in the field. We will have the full details of venue and times next week.

Louise Behan, Dermot Keane, Patrick Curtin, John Fitzmaurice and James Duggan qualified for the County final of the Munster Youths Community programme. This involved a project of a visual history of our club and a written assessment of what football meant to themselves. The County final will take place on Sunday next in the Earl of Desmond.