Helen Breen epitomised all that is good and admirable

Moyle Rovers

Moyle Rovers


The Camogie and Ladies Football clubs express their deepest sympathies to The Breen and Kelly families on the very sad death of Helen Breen.

Helen was a willing volunteer always ready to help whenever and wherever things needed to be done. Helen was an active member of our camogie club and took responsibility for a number of roles, including vice-chairperson, to help the club get established and develop.

Helen epitomised all that is good and admirable about voluntary effort in helping a club along its way.

For those of us who worked alongside Helen it was our great privilege and inspiration to have had Helen as a part of our club team.

Ar dheis Dé go raibh a hanam dílis.

Sincere sympathy is also extended to Bridget Mulhall and family, Ballyvaughan, on the recent death of Matt.

May they rest in peace.


The U-14s play their County Final this Thursday evening against Lattin. We wish them well in their endeavours.

The last game in the first round of the U-12 championship took place last Thursday with Moyle Rovers playing at home against Templemore. On a gorgeous summer evening, the girls played with Great Spirit and really took off in the second half earning a well deserved draw on a scoreline of 3-3 each.

Our team was: Ellen Buckley, Shauna Fee, Hannah Mallkoote, Claire Moylan, Claire O’Dwyer, Karen Meehan, Michelle Cronin, Sophie Delaney, Eve Ryan, Ellie Devaney, Ciara Johnson, Robyn Tynan, Lucy Holohan, Sarah O’Connor, Emma Bates, Ella O’Keeffe, Alana Dowling, Sorcha O’Brien, Grainne McEntegart.

Our U-11’s played a challenge match on Sunday against Comeragh Rangers of Waterford and had a comprehensive win being the stronger team on the day.

Congratulations to Tipperary u-14 team who have qualified for the All-Ireland C Final following a fine win over Leitrim last Saturday. Score 5-11 to 2-5.

We wish our club representatives, Claire Moore, Orla Burke, Emma Cronin, Chloe Boland, joint captain Kristy Crotty Ryan and Manager Mark Ryan all the best as they prepare for the final against Wexford.

The seniors participated in a 7 a side competition in Mallow last Saturday and acquitted themselves very well reaching the plate semi-final. Gillian O’Brien, Danni Di Ruzza, Hazel Shanahan, Shania Dowling, Aoife Power, Sarah Everard, Irene O’Sullivan, Rosin McGrath, Claire Clancy, Ann Marie McGrath and Katie Lyne represented us on the day.

Draw The Joker:

Results for 9 June: Paddy McGrath, Chancellorstown, €100; Stephen Ryan c/o S Delahunty, €50; Skippy McCormack, c/o S Delahunty €50; Maura Lonergaan, c/o Rathkeevan Hall.

This week’s Jackpot €6,250.

Junior B football:

Our junior B footballers lost to Cahir in Cahir last Friday evening. Played in beatiful summer conditons, we gave a good performance in the first half we were ahead on a scoreline of 0-8 to 0-6 at the break. Cahir had a really good opening to the second half, scoring seven unanswered points. We rallied again and scored 1-1 in the final minute to leave just a point between the sides at the final whistle. Final score Moyle Rovers 1-9 Cahir 0-13.


On Saturday, 15th June, our intermediate hurlers play Clonakenny in a championship game. The game will take place in Boherlahan with a 6 o’clock throw-in.

On Sunday, 16th June, our junior B hurlers are in South Championship action. They take on Killenaule in Clonmel Sportsfield at 5.30 pm.

Go Racing:

Tickets for County Board Fundraiser at Powerstown Park are still available and are very good value at €10. You will also be supporting our county teams training fund. You can phone 0863475828 to book your tickets.


U8 Report

Two teams from our U8 Panel took part in a football blitz hosted by Carrick Swan last week.

Also taking part were Commercials, Grangemockler and Carrick Swan.

After some very exciting games the morning ended with Moyle Rovers Team 1 playing Team 2.

Many thanks to Carrick Swan who provided very welcome refreshments for everyone and thanks to all the parents who travelled.

U10 Report

On Tuesday 28th May saw us out against Fethard in Fethard in the U9 1/2 Community Games Football Final.

The match ended in a draw, a game and on Friday 31st May we had the replay in Fethard and we secured a win.

These games were followed up with the County Final against Ballina in Semple Stadium, Thurles.

After an epic battle we triumphed as Community Games County Champions.

Moyle Rovers (Powerstown/Lisronagh) 1-2 to Ballina 0-2.

What a great achievement and experience for them all to be involved in.

U12s Report

The U12’s have been working hard preparing for upcoming South Football Championship with challenge games against Ballyneale and Ballingarry. Both games were very competitive and should see the team well prepared for the games ahead.