Moyvane Notes – 26th June, 2004


THE local Graveyard Committee will be carrying out improvements to Ahavoher Cemetery such as the laying of concrete paths and kerbing.


Marie O’Callaghan retires from Murhur National School this Friday, June 25 and the community wishes her many years of health and happiness in her retirement.


Judges will be visiting the locality in the coming weeks, and it is most important to keep the place tidy and litter free and it is important also to have window boxes and hanging baskets looking their best.


The available water to the supplies is at its lowest level in many years due to the ongoing drought conditions. Shortages are inevitable if the current water usage and the dry weather continues. Customers are asked by Kerry County Council to please use water sparingly, to check for leaks or wastage in their supply systems, to avoid watering lawns, washing cars etc, and to expect curtailments on the supplies, particularly at night


The Moyvane I.C.A Guild says thank you to their friends who attended their Golden Jubilee Celebrations at Kirby’s Lanterns Hotel last Sunday and to their sponsors who gave so generously to make this a memorable occasion.


The Seniors are playing Fossa in the County Novice championship this Saturday night in Fossa at 7.30pm and there will be extra time if it is needed. A win here would go down very well so the best of luck to the lads.

The Juniors had a good win over Clounmacon in the Junior league last week. This win puts them into strong contention for a semi-final place. This Friday they play Ballyheigue in Ballyheigue at 8.00pm. The under-12s play Brosna in Moyvane on Sundat night at 7.00pm in the County league. The under-14s could be playing the semi-final of the North Kerry league on Wednesday. Players are asked to check with their trainers about the fixture.

The under-16s play Valentia in the County league on Monday night at a venue to be clarified.