Powerstown Lisronagh



Winners of the Progressive 25 held at Rathkeevin Hall on Thursday, May 15.

Winners on 12 games: John Donovan and Michael Ormond.

2nd on 11 games: Kate Hallinan and Nora Lee.

3rd on 10 games: Helen Aherne and B Egan; John Buckley and Mick Keane.

Table Prizes

On the 19 the game: John Buckley and Mick Keane.

On the 20th game: Dick Lonergan and Denis O’Donnell

Progressive 25 again on Thursday, May 24, at 8.30 pm (sharp)


Results of the game on May 15:

38 players, 1st. on 11 games, divided, Vincent Commins and Alice Quinn, William Burke and Tom Acheson. Table Prise Kathleen Hallinan and Peggy O Connell. Game every Tues. night at 8.30pm, all welcome.


We extend our sympathy to the relatives of Paddy Stokes, Marian Court and Kilmore. Funeral mass on Friday at 12 Noon in Powerstown.


Congratulations to the 10 boys and girls from Lisronagh School who received their first communion in Lisronagh church on Saturday last. It was a very well prepared ceremony, the highlight being the dramatisation of the Gospel with the story of the Market Place.

The children did themselves, their families and their school proud by the way they participated in the ceremony.

The gratitude of all goes to their teacher Margaret O’Shea for all the work and effort she put into the ceremony and its preparation.

A special word of thanks to the School Choir for enriching the ceremony and to their teachers Carmel Condon and Michael O’Ryan for training them so well. We thank also Anne Fennessy for playing for this special mass for the children. The ceremony ended with beautiful certificates being presented to each child as a memento of their special day.

To all involved we say ‘Well done’.

The children who received their communion were: Dean English, Joseph Golden, Hannah Green, Maureen Hayes, Anthony Kane, Harry Lane, Peter McGarry, Aoife Morrissey, Riain O’Halloran and Louis Power.


Sacristans collection takes place next weekend. We ask you not to forget our sacristans but show our appreciation for all their work.


A bus from Clonmel for young people between the ages of 16 to 26 for the Eucharistic Congress will take place on June 12. Anyone interested should contact ones own parish.




Our Intermediate footballers took on Commercial in the south championship. With goals a-plenty we managed to come out on top. Final score Moyle Rovers 4-19 Commercials 4-3.

All fixtures and results can be view on the website, Facebook or twitter

County Scene

Congratulation to Tipperary Minor Football team who defeated Cork in the Munster Semi-Final. Well done to our clubman Philip Quirke who scored the only goal of the game, and also added two further points. They now face Kerry in the Munster Final.

Best of luck to Tipperary Senior Football team who take on Kerry, and Tipperary Hurling team who take on Limerick, in a double bill next Sunday in Semple Stadium.

Draw the Joker, win the Jackpot

The draw took place on Sunday, May14, the jackpot was not won, the winners on the night were Niamh Foley €50, Gavin Mulcahy, Brian Fitzgerald and Anthony Shaw €20


Name: Paddy Whyte. Age: 7. Favourite player: Eoin Kelly. Favourite position: Goal. Favourite movie: Tom and Jerry. Favourite programme: Simpsons. Favourite food: shepherds pie. Favourite colour: blue and red. Favourite moment: first training session with Moyle Rovers.


Moyle Rovers U8s took part in County Hurling blitz at Dr.Morris park on Saturday, May 19.

They played well with wins over St.Marys, Upperchurch and Rosegreeen.

U8 Hurling Training

Tuesday 7pm to 8pm. Friday 6.30pm to 7.30pm.


U 10 Camogie

We hosted an U10 Go Games Camogie blitz on Saturday, May 19. Cahir, Cashel and Fethard were welcome visitors and each team had three games.

Our under 16s were disappointed again this week with a further cancellation. No further games until after the Junior certificate exams are over.

Ladies Football.

U14 Girls’ Football. We are fortunate to be able to field two teams in the under 14 competition. Having played against Ardfinnan, Arravale Rovers and Brian Borus we then qualified for the county quarter final which took place on Thursday, May 17. We were treated to a wonderful game of football by Team 2. The girls never gave up and were unlucky to come out on the wrong side of a scoreline of 7-5 to 5-7. For a team to score 5-7 is testament to their determination and tenacity and we look forward to seeing these girls play again in the plate competition.

Get Well Soon

We wish Cora Maher, Caroline Cotter and Kayleigh Tobin- Cullinan a speedy recovery and hope that they are back fit and well as soon as possible.