Well done to Aaron Kelly a member of the Tipperary junior side who defeated Kerry in Killarney on Sunday last.
Commiserations to Peter Acheson, Alan Campbell and Brian Mulvihill and all Tipperary senior footballers on their loss to Kerry in Fitzgerald Stadium on Sunday.
Junior footballers win:
Our junior footballers took on Ballyporeen in their first outing in the South ‘B’ championship on Friday night last and recorded a great win on the night on a scoreline of 1-14 to 1-4. Our goal was scored by wing-back Michael Mulcahy.
Wishing Eoin O’Connor a speedy recovery from his injury during the first half.
On Saturday night last we played our semi-final of the Division 1 County Football League against Fr Sheehy.
We got off to a bad start with Fr Sheehy’s opening the scoring with a goal but we battled back and with some great passages of play to level after 16 minutes. However, Fr. Sheehy’s got a second goal in the final minutes of the half. to lead 2-5 to 0-6 at the break.
We restarted well with substitute Luke Boland making a big difference. Two great balls into the goalmouth saw the in-form Craig Condon punching both to the back of net and then Shane Lonergan quickly added a third goal. Four minutes in and we were 3-6 to 2-5 ahead. The Clogheen side then scored two points but we edged back in front with a point from John Shanahan and a fourth goal from Kevin Morrissey. With a minute left on the clock Fr Sheehy’s goaled to level matters. And with the watch at 31 minutes Fr Sheehy’s got the winning point.
Final score Moyle Rovers 4-7 Fr Sheehys 3-11.
The seniors played the county league final on Friday night in Clogheen against Cahir. The main talking points from the first half were a fantastic point blank save in goal by Ciara O’Donoghue and our large tally of wides from scorable chances the half time score was 0-4 Moyle Rovers 0-3 Cahir. Cahir came back in the second half to win by 1-7 to 0-8.
Team and Panel: Ciara O’Donoghue, Claire Clancy, Tina Mulcahy, Hazel Shanahan (0-1), Rosin McGrath (0-1), Katie Lynne, Aoife Power, Shauna O’Brien, Orla Ryan, Sarah Everard, Gillian O’Brien (0-4),Danni Di Ruzza, Niamh Lonergan (0-1),Barbara Ryan, Anne Marie mc Grath (0-1) Megan Shanahan, Niamh Foley, Gemma O’Dwyer, Caroline Quirke, Leanne Ryan, Gillian Hickey,Aoife Cosgrave, Sinead Heffernan, Monica Griffin.
Well done to Manager Anthony Burke and his management team of Cheryl Moore, Sean Brosnan and Edmond Burke.
While they will be understandably disappointed with the result they can look forward to the championship with hope and confidence as this team has great fighting spirit and loads of talent.
Well done to Hazel Shanahan and Sarah Everard who got the opportunity to play for Tipperary Intermediate team in a challenge against Clare last week.
The under 14s had a busy week. On Tuesday evening in Monroe they played Cahir in the final round of championship winning easily by 6-8 to 0-3. The game qualified them for a county semi final and again the opposition was Cahir.
This game was played in Monroe on Sunday afternoon and again we ran out easy winners 3-12 to 1-0. This great bunch of girls has qualified for the county final
Team: Claire Moore, Sarah Garrett ,Sarah O’Dwyer, Amy Norris, Rosin Breen, Chloe Boland, Jenny Everard,Orla Burke (0-3),Cora Maher, Rowena Dowling, Rachael Browne, Aine Fitzgerald (0-1), Emma Cronin, Kristy Crotty Ryan (1-7, 2f) Rachael Timlin (2-1),Kathy O’Dwyer, Amy Broderick, Aileen Ryan, Aoife McIntaggart, Emma Moore Kelly, Lizzie Ryan, Kellie Ryan, Louise Norris.
Our under 16s have been invited to a tournament in Waterford for July 6th.
Training this Wednesday night at 7.30pm.
The under 12s travelled to The Ragg on Thursday evening for a county semi-final against Cahir. Our girls were a credit to themselves, their families and the club as they were extremely unlucky to be beaten by a single point. The final score Cahir 1-1 Moyle Rovers 1-0. There will be better days ahead.
The under 12 team were Claire O’Dwyer, Louise Norris, Erin Mitten, Makayala O’Donnell, Sorcha O’Brien, Yasmin Quirke, Karen Meehan, Catriona Phelan, Sarah O’Connor, Alana Dowling, Grainne O’Donnell, Ellen Buckley and Aoibhe Browne.
The U8s took part in a hurling blitz on Saturday last in Durlas Og. Moyle Rovers fielded three teams, each playing three games against Roscrea, Durlas Og and Ballina. Well done to all the boys and their coaches. A special thanks to all the parents who travelled.
Last week our U10 team played a challenge match against Ardfinnan and a championship match again Grangemockler U12 team. Well done to all that played in those games.
This was followed by a game against Cashel in Monroe in the Community Games (Hurling U10). We were unlucky not to progress to the next stage.
On Saturday we played in the South U10 Football Blitz against the host club, Clonmel Commercials, Carrick Swan and Mullinahone. The boys played very well, securing wins against Commercials and Carrick Swan.
This week we will play Community Games Football final against Fethard in Fethard.
Panel: Gerard McGrath, Dean English, Jake Forristal, David Kileen, Noah Kiely, Paddy O’Keeffe, Joseph Golden, Sean McEntagert, Peter McGarry, Daire Luttrell, Joseph Commins, Riain O’Halloran, Killian Butler, Harry Lane, Shane Ryan, JP Phelan, Triona Ryan, Katie Moore, Grace O’Dwyer, Lauren Duggan.
Ballylooby was the venue on Thursday evening 23rd May for the South U 14 A Championship semi-final against Cahir.
Moyle Rovers off to a good start with well taken point from Jack Harney inside two minutes. Jack went on to score a further two points from placed balls in the first half. Our first goal came from the boot of Conor McGrath, followed closely by another goal from Ben Owens who doubled on a block down from the Cahir goalie. Luke Delahunty had a tally of two points in the first half, leaving the half time score in favour of Moyle Rovers 2-6 to 1-0.
In the first period Cahir upped their game and the Moyle defence battled strongly with Sam Power, Gavin Byrne and Diarmuid Mulcahy in fine form. Brian Quirke, in goals covered his lines well, Alan Boland and Luke Fogarty were also solid in defence. As the half progressed, Moyle Rovers dominated all over the pitch. In the middle of the park, Darragh Bolger covered a huge amount of ground. Cathal McKeown and Cillian Crowe made penetrating runs through the Cahir defence, laying off some lovely passes to the forwards. Rowan Wagner stood out in the forward line scoring an excellent goal. We finished strongly with two further goals from Cathal McKeown and Luke Delahunty.