Moyvane Notes – 5th June, 2004


The Senior Citizens annual day out is on Sunday June 20 and involves a trip to Adare, lunch at the Woodlands Hotel, shopping at Crescent Centre (optional) and supper and entertainment at Kirby’s Lantern Hotel. Cost for the D

day is €25. Book with Mary O’Carroll 49331, Maureen Nolan 49365 or Eileen Fitzmaurice 49135 by June 11 to avoid disappointment. The Bus will depart after 11.00am Mass.


Ladies!you are all invited to help us celebrate our 50th Anniversary of Moyvane I.C.A. at Kirby’s Lanterns Hotel on Sunday June 13th. Drinks Reception at 7.30pm. Dinner at 8.00pm followed by dancing to Country Roads. Lots of treats in store. Tickets are €25 Contact – Noreen Roche on 49263, Marie Walsh at 49277, Noreen McEvoy at 49151 or any I.C.A. member.


The Listowel VTOS is hosting an open information day at Listowel Community College this Thursday June 3from 10.00am-1.00pm. The VTOS Programme is for adult learners wishing to return to full time education in a relaxed adult environment. A broad range of subjects are on offer. Travel/training allowances and creche support are available to eligible participants. For Further Information contact Rena Liston @ (068) 21023.


Moyvane Seniors lost their North Kerry league crown to Desmonds on Friday night after a very close and entertaining game. Our lads tried all they knew but the craftier Castleisland men took their scores better than our lads and held on to win by 1 – 12, to 1 – 6. Moyvane can be pleased with their performance and with a bit more direct football we might be even closer. Next week they play Laune Rangers B in the County league on Saturday night in Clounmacon at 7.30pm. A win here would be very useful and get us back into contention in the league. Moyvane Juniors are playing St. Pats in Blennerville at 7.30pm. They are going very well in this league so lets hope they can keep it going. The under-12s start their second phase of the County league next Sunday. Players are asked to check with their trainers about fixture. The under-14s play Ballylongford/Asdee this Wednesday in Ballylongford at 7.30pm sharp. Bus will leave village at 7pm.


The death has taken place of Elizabeth Doyle, Glin Street, Moyvane. She was 57 years of age. Her remains were removed to Moyvane Church last Friday and she was buried in Ahavoher Cemetery following Requiem Mass on Saturday last. She is survived by her sisters, brothers-in-law, nephews, nieces, relatives and friends.

The death has also taken place of Tim Shanahan Tullamore, Listowel and late of Moyvane Village, at Listowel District Hospital. His remains were removed to St Teresa’s Church, Ballydonoghue recently, Requiem Mass was celebrated by Fr. John Lawlor. Burial took place in Murhur Cemetery. He is survived by his Brother Con, Sister-in-law Sadie (London), nephews, niecews, cousins and friends. Tim was predeceased by his sisters Nodie (Moyvane), Mary (USA), Nancy (Listowel), Brother Jackie (London),.