Moyle Rovers host Juvenile Disco on Friday night



Our next Disco is on next Friday night August 30th. at 9pm. parents please note the earlier finishing time of 11.30pm. We ask all helpers to reply to the text to state if they are available.


The senior team were defeated by Cappawhite in the county semi-final last Saturday evening in Bansha. Before exiting the championship our girls gave a tremendous display of football and for long periods of the game looked like they were going to advance to the final. However it wasn’t to be and some late scores from Cappa’ sealed victory for them.

Hard luck to our girls who gave everything on the evening. They were well in the game until the last five minutes. Despite having lots of possession they only scored one point in the second half and herein was their undoing, not converting opportunity to scores.

Team: Katie O’Sullivan, Claire Clancy, Tina Mulcahy, Hazel Shanahan, Aoife Power, Barbara Ryan, Shania Dowling, Shauna O’Brien(0-1), Katie Lyne, Sarah Everard (0-4), Gillian O’Brien, Gemma O’Dwyer, AnnMarie McGrath (1-1), Niamh Lonergan, Rosin McGrath. Madeline Aherne and Megan Shanahan (introduced in second half). Aisling Molloy, Evrena Everard, Laura Grace, Orla Ryan, Gillian Hickey.

With the season ended for our senior team we wish our club representatives on the Tipperary intermediate team all the best as they face Fermanagh in the All-Ireland semi-final on September 7th.

The Under 14s played Brian Borus last Thursday evening in Monroe. This was a nice balanced game of football with plenty of running, good passages of play and well-taken scores. Brian Borus put up plenty of resistance and the sides were level at half-time 2-0 to 1-3, the two goals scored by Brian Borus. On the resumption the Moyle Rovers upped their game and ran out comfortable winners by 3-9 to 2-3. Both sides got plenty from this game, played in a good sporting manner on a fine summer’s evening.

As per usual Pat O’Connor had the pitch in magnificent condition and deserves great credit and thanks for this.

Team: Kellie Ryan, Lizzie Ryan, Sarah O’Dwyer, Cora Maher (0-1), Aine Fitzgearld (0-1), Jenny Everard, Rachael Timlin (0-1), Orla Bburke (0-1), Cathy O’Dwyer (0-1), Emma Moore Kelly (1-1), Rowena Dowling (0-2), Rachael Browne (1-0), Claire Moore (1-0), Chloe Boland (0-1).


Best of luck to our under 13 team who face Ballingarry in The Ragg, this Thursday evening, 29th August in the county semi-final.


Results for 25th August 2013.

Marisa Ryan c/o Halfway, €100; Paddy Franey, c/o Rathkeevan Hall, €50; Gerard McGrath, Donoughmore, €50; Mary Condon, Clerihan, €25.

This week’s Jackpot €9,000.


U10 News.

The 2013 CUL Camp in Moyle Rovers was a great success. Everyone thoroughly enjoyed themselves.

In the U10 category Rory Collins (hurling) and Peter McGarry (football) were chosen to represent Moyle Rovers in the “skills” competition in September.

Well done and congratulations to both boys.

Training continues each week.

Tuesday and Friday in Purcells Field, 7-8pm. Texts will be issued to inform all parents of training and match schedules.

On Saturday, 17th our U10s played a hurling challenge match against Killenaule in Monroe.

A great display of hurling was provided by both sides, Moyle Rovers showing skills beyond their maturity.

Solo runs, pick ups, run throughs, hand passes were of exceptional quality.

All players from both Moyle Rovers and Killenaule have to be commended on the great hurling match that was played.

The match gave great hope for the future of hurling in Tipperary.

We are looking forward to the return match already.

Team: Peter McGarry, Adam Looby, Danny Looby, Shane Ryan, Dean English, Gerard McGrath, Rory Collins, Daire Luttrell, Jake Forristall, Riain O’Halloran, Thomas O’Connor, Joseph Commins, Tom O’Dea, Conor Walsh and Joseph Golden.

A special ‘Thank You’ to all trainers and selectors for their dedication and commitment and a big thank you to all parents for bringing their children to training and matches every week.


Clonmel Sportsfield was the venue on Thursday last for the semi- final of the under 14 A South Hurling Championship between Moyle Rovers and Carrick Swan.

This match was eagerly awaited as both teams had already met in the Feile na nGael and the qualifying rounds of the championship.

Carrick, who had a number of strong players up the middle of the field, had a good start scoring some long range points. For Rovers, Brian Quirke was solid in goals, clearing his lines well. The full back line of Jack Holohan, Sam Power and Gavin Byrne battled bravely. Our half forward line of Kieran Quirke, Ben Owens and Luke Delahunty tried hard to break the Swans defence in this period. However, at the interval we trailed 1-6 to 0-1.

Rovers started the second half strongly, with Ronan Quigley and Michael Cleary at half back fighting hard for possession. Luke Fogarty scored our opening point in the half, followed by a screamer from David Bourke on his left side which was deflected over the bar by the Swan ‘keeper. Cillian Crowe, at centre back, gave a ‘man of the match performance’, linking up with Cathal McKeown, Darragh Bolger and Ben Owens around the middle of the park to move the sliothar at pace. Cillian laid off an inch perfect pass to Luke Delahunty who struck the back of the Swan net. We had further points in this period from Conor McGrath and Sam Power (65). David Bourke who had a very good game overall scored our second goal.

Subs, Brian Lacey and Sean Hackett, introduced in the second half also gave a good performance.

This was an excellent period of play for Moyle Rover and we showed great heart to come within four points of Swan with five or six minutes to go. However, Swan finished strongly and at the final whistle the score line read; Carrick Swan 1-16 Moyle Rovers 2-6.

Panel; Brian Quirke, Ronan Quigley, Gavin Byrne, Jack Holohan, Cillian Crowe, Sam Power, Michael Cleary, Darragh Bolger, Cathal McKeown, Ben Ownes, Luke Delahunty, Conor McGrath, Kieran Quirke, Luke Fogarty, Diarmuid Mulcahy, David Bourke, Sean Hackett, Sean Cotter, Danny O’Regan, Joey Devine, Aidan O’Sullivan, Brian Lacey, Jack Phelan, Louis Quirke.

Thanks to Manager Pat Power, Selectors Seamus Ryan and John McGrath, Secretary; Marie O’Connor, First Aid; Fionnula Hackett, and all the back room team for all their work throughout the season. A special word of thanks to all players on the panel, who gave their all, both at training and matches.


Congratulations to Aidan Foley and Sara Brennan who were married in San Fransisco, California recently. We wish them a lifetime of health and happiness.


Well done to all Leaving Cert. students who got their results, we wish them the best in their future careers.