Moyvane Notes – 26th March, 2005


CEREMONIES: Holy Thursday 7pm Knockanure, 8pm Moyvane, Procession of the Blessed Sacrament to the Altar of Repose. Good Friday: Solemn Liturgy of the Passion at 3pm in Moyvane; Stations of the Cross at 7pm in Knockanure and 8pm in Moyvane. Holy Saturday, Easter Vigil and Mass at 9pm in Moyvane.


Seniors:Moyvane made a good start to their County League campaign with a well earned draw against Churchill last Sunday. Both sides battled hard and a draw was indeed a fair result. Moyvane play Firies in Moyvane on Saturday at 5pm in round 2. A win here would put us in a great position.

Minors: Moyvane start their County league with a game against Tarbert in Moyvane at 5pm this Friday. This is our first game so we ask for a good turn-out and try to get off to a good start. Check local posters for clarification of fixture.

Stand: Work is progressing on our new stand and at this stage we are ready to get the roof on. It is a very fine structure and should be a credit to the supporters and members of our club. We again ask everybody to co-operate with us while the construction is going on and stay clear and obey the warning signs.

Membership for Moyvane GAA club is open at €10 ) for ordinary and €30 for players to cover players Injury Scheme. This will close on March 31. Only people joined at that date will be eligible for big match draws for tickets and votes at our next AGM.

The U14s start their County league next Monday against St Senans in Moyvane at 7pm.

The U16s get their North Kerry league programme going next Wednesday against Tarbert in Tarbert at 6.45pm. Bus will leave the corner at 6.15pm.


A trip will take place from May 1-8 from Kerry Airport. Contact Peter O’Donoghue 068 23733. Price is €547.


The death took place recently of John Flaherty Gortdromagouna, Knockanure. He was 84 years of age. His remains were removed to Knockanure Church on sunday, he was buried in Ahavoher Cemetery following requiem Mass on Monday. He is survived by his brothers, sisters, nephews, nieces, relatives and friends.

The death took place recently of Margaret O’Connor, Keylod. Her remains were removed to Knockanure Church on Monday, she was buried in the Old Cemetery knockanure following requiem Mass on Tuesday. She is predeceased by her husband Patrick. She is survived by her sons, daughter, grandchildren, relatives and friends. Sympathy is extended to the bereaved families.