We welcome into the christian community, Ryan Paul Lonergan and Aaron Coonan who were baptised in Powerstown church on Sunday. We congratulate their parents Thomas and Natalie and Steffen and Ann Marie.We also welcome into the christian community Jack Rhys Hannan who was baptised in Lisronagh churchon Sunday and congratulate his parents Niall and Louise.


Many thanks to the children of Powerstown N.S who held a raffle for Easter for Trocaire and raised €1040 and to the children of Lisronagh N.S who held a bring and buy sale and raised €720.


Confirmation will take place on Tuesday, April 24 for the boys and girls from Lisronagh and Rathkeevin

Schools in Lisronagh church. Confirmation will take place for the boys and girls from Powerstown school

on Thursday April 26.

Both ceremonies will take place at 11.00am


Coaching for juveniles takes place every Saturday morning at the following times:

U12s 10a.m to 11a.m, Over 12s 11a.m to 12 noon.


In division 1 county football league we defeated Newcastle 2-10 to 0-6.


The sympathies of the club goes to Owen Fogarty and family on the death of his father Dan. May he rest in peace.


Congratulations to Philip Quirke and Ross Mulcahy on the Tipp minor panel who defeated Kerry on Saturday night last. CAMOGIE

Moyle Rovers under 10s visited St Marys on Saturday, March 31. There was a very good turnout for our first match of the season, all players from backs, midfield to the forwards contributing to the win against a tough opposition in St Mary’s. In goal was Aoibhe Browne doing well, with Megan Looby solid in defence, Grainne O’Donnell and Shauna Mitten playing well together to keep the back line cleared. Midfield was Alana Dowling, Aveen Kennedy and Michaela O’Donnell giving great supply to Nicole Delaney, Emer Mckeown, Tara McGrath, Mia Dowling and Grace O’Dwyer, the forwards showing great teamwork which resulted in many successful attempts at goal.


Last Friday our girls entered the county Feile finals in Duneske, Cahir. As per Feile rules you can only field a panel of 23, a major headache for management as so many have been committed to training over the last few months. First up were Aherlow. Our girls put in a great performance particularly in the second half with great individual score by Roisin Breen. Little did we know that the scores amassed in this game would see us through to the final later on. Next up was Cahir, a tight tense encounter, we were beaten by a minimum margin. Great credit must go to our defence, who kept it a low scoring game. And so it was we went through to the final on a better scoring average over the two games. In the final we played Aherlow. A great start by the girls saw us go in at half time 5 points to one up, the worst possible start to the second half we conceded a goal, and it was now a titanic struggle to the whistle. Every girl on the pitch put in an extraordinary effort to win, Claire Moore pulled off some brilliant saves, Emma Cronin befitting her pedigree was outstanding in defence. That said everyone of the girls must be very proud of their performance on the day. So now it’s on to the Feile proper in June. Best of luck to all concerned, the management would like to thank Aherlow for two marvellous games, and the hosts on the day, Cahir for a well organised competition, also a big thank you Ronan, Aaron and Ian for their coaching input.



Favourite Player. Paudie Maher.

Favourite Position. Full Forward.

Favourite Movie. Home Alone 2.

Favourite Tv Programme. Simpsons.

Favourite Food. Potatoes.

Favourite Colour. Blue & Gold.

Best Moment. Winning The Paddy Boland Tournament in Carrick.