Moyvane Notes – 6th November, 2005

Enjoy a stress-free day out on our annual shopping trip to Cork on Wednesday 30th November. Leaving Moyvane at 7.30am. No driving worries, no parking expense. Just sit back and enjoy. On arrival you are free to do as you please until we depart Cork at 6.00pm. approx. Cost is 17euro payable when booking with Eileen Roche or Marie Walsh.

The Kerry Hunt wish to thank all the farmers of the parish Brosnans bar and all those who helped in any way during their successful hunt during The Moyvane Festival.


The Village Festival was a marvellous success and the Committee Members wish to acknowledge all those who helped make the week-end a very memorable one. Those who organised the Ceili; For the Boro Buffet Our Chef, Noreen Kennelly, Members of the I.C.A., The Junior Committee, F S Scheme Members; For The Vintage Those who did the Catering; For The Queen of the Boro M.C. Joe Enright, the 10 Contestants and Escorts, the Judges, Marie Walsh who donated the Sashes, Our Sound & Lighting Technicians. All those who Participated in the Show. All those who donated Spot Prizes and our Many Sponsors.


LOTTO The G.A.A. Lotto is now running a few weeks and going very well and again we thank everybody for their help and support. The option of paying for a year in advance is open to everybody at 100 Euro. Contact any committee member.

SENIORS Moyvane play Emmets in Tarbert on Sat. 12th at 1.45pm. in the North Kerry championship quarter-final. This eagerly awaited clash should provide a good game of football so the very best of good luck to the lads. The game is followed by the Finuge/Ballylongford clash.

JUNIORS Moyvane are fixed to play Asdee on Sun. 13th Nov. in Ballybunion at 1pm. This game should have been played a while ago as we will lose quite a few players to the senior championship campaign. However our lads can rise to the challenge and move into the final so the very best of luck to them.

MINORS Moyvane lost to St Senans in the semi-final of the minor championship on Sun. last. In a high scoring we were leading entering the final few minutes but a late goal from a penalty edged us out on a score of Moyvane 3 – 9 St. Senans 4 – 8. Great credit is due to the lads for the tremendous effort they put in and to their trainer Joseph Curtin and selectors Gerry Mulvihill and Kieran Walsh.