Great display from Moyle Rovers u-12 hurlers

Sunday, October 6th witnessed an exceptional hurling final when Moyle Rovers met Carrick Swan in the U12 Group 1, South Hurling Final.

Sunday, October 6th witnessed an exceptional hurling final when Moyle Rovers met Carrick Swan in the U12 Group 1, South Hurling Final.

From start to finish both sides battled hard and sportingly, with Moyle Rovers leading by five points to no score at half time. However, the second half threw up a thriller and saw both sides trading scores evenly.

All players gave it everything they had, with both goalkeepers making superb saves, creating a rollercoaster of emotions among the mentors and supporters.

While Moyle Rovers brought the game to a successful conclusion by a margin of two points, due credit must be given to the Swan players and mentors whose contribution to the game made this a memorable final.

Final score was 2-7 to Moyle Rovers and 3-2 to Carrick Swan.

Ladies Football

The minors earned a hard won victory over Aherlow last Saturday evening in Monroe. This was a very good team performance, especially in the second half, and was a just reward for hard graft.

Aherlow made us fight all the way to the last minute though.

Moyle Rovers elected to play with the advantage of the breeze. We started well but Aherlow took the initiative and we found ourselves 1-2 to 0-3 down at half-time.

Both teams upped the ante significantly in the second half. Points from Orla Ryan, Danni di Ruzza and Sarah Everard were followed by a Caroline Quirke goal to give us the lead.

Derbhile Fitzgearld was introduced at half-time and made her presence felt at centre-field.

Aherlow however stayed in touch to the very end with some well taken goals.

Final score Moyle Rovers 2-11 to Aherlow 4-3.

Team: Rachael Delahunty, Leanne Ryan, Hazel Shanahan, Sarah McDermott, Shania Dowling, Aoife Power, Abbie Kiely, Rosin McGrath (0-3,2f), Orla Ryan (0-1), Laura Grace (0-3),Sarah Everard (0-2), Aoife Cosgrove, Danni Di Ruzza (1-1), Caroline Quirke (1-1), Ruth O’Dwyer, Bronagh McGrath, Derbhile Fitzgearld, Sinead Cosgrove.

Well done to Irene Codd who represented Moyle Rovers Ladies Football last week end at the Tipperay GAA Boxing Gala in Clonmel Park Hotel.


Last Thursday was the final night of the six-week academy run for under 8 and under 10s. We had a great turnout of players over the six weeks during which saw great displays of determination and willingness to learn.

Under the training guidance of Michael White and Catriona McGrath, also assisting in the previous weeks were our An Gaisce team of Shania Dowling, Derbhile Fitzgerald, Megan Shanahan and Evrena Everard.

On the final night an inter-club blitz was held with all players participating with their new-found skills.

At the end of the blitz medals and certificates of participation were presented on what was a great night for players.

As the academy was so successful training will continue for another four weeks.

The captain and a number of the winning under 12 county final team came to the presentation to show the under 8s and under 10s the trophy and to speak of the confidence it has given them for the future.

‘Halloween Scary’ training on Friday night next at 5.30pm.

Under 10s and under 12s back training this week on Tuesday and Friday nights from 6-7 Tuesday and the earlier time of 5.30 pm.


Results for 27th October

Ger English, Rathronan, €100.

Lena and Brian O’Meara, Fethard, €50.

Denis Slattery, Lisronagh, €50. Barry O’Driscoll, Kilmacomma, €25.

This week’s Jackpot will be €11,250.

We thank all our lotto players for their continued support which is much appreciated. Tickets at €2 can be purchased from any committee member.

Harty Cup

Clonmel High School were beaten by Templemore in the Harty Cup.

Special ‘25 Game’ For L’Arche

Our special ‘25 game’ in aid of the L’Arche community was a great success. The night netted over €800 which went towards their building fund.

A big thanks to those who donated prizes for the raffle, those who made cakes, etc. and especially to all who played and took part in the raffle so generously.

64 players played, 1st on 13 games David O’Donnell and Eddie Grant, 2nd on 11 games Joan O’Gorman and William Burke.

Table Prize Chris Maher and Geoff Croke.

Game every Tuesday night at 8.30 all welcome.

county board draw

The November County Board Draw will be held in the Half Way House Rathronan on Friday 1st. November at 9.15. Presentation of car to Maud Moore will also take place.

The club sends its condolences to the Davern Family, wife Annmarie, sons Don and Mark, daughter Davina on the death of Noel. Noel was a great friend to our club and opened many doors for us during his time as public representitive.