Match Reports

U21 A Football

posted 17 Feb 2014, 15:40 by Moyle Rovers

U21A football V Ballyporeen in Clonmel Og on Sunday 16th February 2014.

U12s Report

posted 10 Jun 2013, 13:40 by Moyle Rovers   [ updated 10 Jun 2013, 13:40 ]

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.

U10 Report

posted 10 Jun 2013, 13:39 by Moyle Rovers   [ updated 10 Jun 2013, 13:39 ]

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 that was full of tension  and excitement.
Final score... Moyle Rovers (Powerstown/Lisronagh)  2-04 to Fethard 1-07.
 
On Friday 31st May we had the replay in Fethard and we secured a  win.
Moyle Rovers (Powerstown/Lisronagh) 1-01 to Fethard 0-00.
Well done to all involved, especially Fethard for providing us with great games on both nights.
 
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.
Powerstown/Lisronagh (Moyle Rovers) 1-02 to Ballina 0-02.
What a great achievement and experience for them all to be involved in.


Lauren Duggan, Triona Ryan, Kate MooreDavid Kileen, Killian Butler, Noah Kiely, Harry Lane, Joseph Commins, Gerard McGrath, Lauren Duggan, Dean English, Sean McEntagert.Jake Forristal, Joseph Golden, Paddy O Keefe, Shane Ryan, Riain O Halloran, Peter McGarry,J.P. Phelan.

Peter McGarry & JP Phelan  were co captains


U12A Football, County Championship Semi Final

posted 13 May 2013, 13:42 by Moyle Rovers   [ updated 13 May 2013, 13:42 ]

On Friday 10th April, our U12A team played the County Football Semi Final against Durlas og in Clerihan.

Moyle Rovers were struck a blow before the throw in when two of our stalwarts, Harry Phelan and Ciaran Casey were ruled out due to illness and injury. However, this presented opportunities for others to come to the fore. Moyle Rovers played into a very strong breeze in the first half and after a shaky start, played themselves into the match with a goal and a point by Josh Power and Cian Walsh. However the Durlas Og team were physically strong and used the conditions to their advantage opening a 7 point lead at half time. Aidan Lonergan in goal kept Moyle Rovers in the match with some terrific saves and gave us hope for the second half. 

Moyle Rovers started the second half strongly and when Conor Og Ryan blasted a ball to the net half way thru the half, only a single score separated the teams. However a couple of easy misses and unnecessary fouls allowed Durlas Og lift the siege. The match could have gone either way with Moyle Rovers showing their fighting spirit right to the end. Unfortunately it wasn’t to be and a  goal for Durlas Og right at the final whistle decided the tie.  The Moyle Rovers team could be very proud of the effort they put in and we all know this team will contest many more finals in the future.

Team was : Aidan Lonergan, Anthony Phelan, Rian Kiely, Mike McGrath, Seamus O’Brien, Brian McKeown, Daniel Quigley, Brian O’Sullivan, Ross Gavin, Cian Maher, Conor Ryan, Josh Power and Brian O’Dea.

Final score Moyle Rovers 2-05 Durlas Og 3-09

U12b Football County Championship.

posted 13 May 2013, 13:38 by Moyle Rovers   [ updated 13 May 2013, 13:38 ]

On Monday 30th April, our U12b team played St Pats in the County Championship in Munroe.

This was our second time to play St Pats and after having suffered a defeat in the previous game, the Moyle Rovers team went all out to reverse that result.

The game was very competitive and both sides moved the ball quickly to their forwards.

St Pats began strongly and raced into a 2 goal lead but late in the half, goals by Hugh O’Sullivan and Adam Maher had the sides level at 2-01 each at half time.

A great point by Conor Og Ryan opened the scoring for Moyle Rovers in the second half.

Moyle Rovers defended extremely well with some great saves by Oisin Crowe with Luke Manning, Aidan Hickey and Aidan Lonergan keeping scores to a minimum.

Sarah O’Connor, Lucy Holihan and Louise Morris won valuable ball in midfield and worked well together to provide great scoring opportunities to our forwards.

Aaron Kiely as always was a tower of strength up front and kept Moyle Rovers in the game until the last minutes.

Unfortunately the bounce of the ball went against Moyle Rovers and 2 late goals from St Pats settled this tie.

However, if there was ever honour in defeat, this was it.

Final score Moyle Rovers 3-05 – St Pats 6-02

U12A football county championship south final

posted 21 Apr 2013, 15:47 by Moyle Rovers   [ updated 21 Apr 2013, 15:47 ]

Moyle Rovers 2-8 Clonmel Commercials 1-5

 

On Saturday last, our U12 A team played the South County Football Final against Clonmel Commercials in Clerihan.

Moyle Rovers played into the breeze in the first half and knew they had to start strongly to keep Commercials at bay.

Every member of the team put in a huge effort in the opening period.

Harry Phelan and Rian Kiely in defense showed the way with Ross Gavin, Brian McKeown and Anthony Phelan in midfield also putting in a huge effort.

Late in the opening half Ciaran Casey goaled with a great left footed strike and shortly after, a long range attempt by Brian McKeown evaded the keeper to give Moyle Rovers a half time lead of 2-3 to 0-2.

The second half started with a strong fight back by Commercials.

Moyle Rovers were ready and fought tooth and nail to maintain control at this vital time in the match.

Conor Og Ryan, Josh Power and Daniel Quigley worked well together and scored vital points when they were badly needed.

Anthony Phelan added a long range point to seal a great Moyle Rovers victory.

Final score Moyle Rovers 2-08 Clonmel Commercials 1-05


Under 14 match report w/e 13th April 2013

posted 21 Apr 2013, 15:45 by Moyle Rovers   [ updated 21 Apr 2013, 15:45 ]

Under 14 Match Reports  w/e 13th April 2014.

 

South Championship ‘C’ Quarter Final.

Our under 14 team played St Patrick’s in the quarter final of the South Championship in a wet and windy Cloneen on Thursday 11th April.Despite the poor conditions we played some very good football all over the pitch. Kieran Quirke made some fine saves in goals and David Bourke and Jake Fahey were solid in defence.

In the half back line, Sean Hackett, Jack Holohan 0-1 & Michael Cleary were in fine form. Brian Quirke & Gavin Byrne played well at midfield, moving the ball at pace into the forwards. Brian scored 1-1, with Gavin scoring an excellent point following a penetrating run through the St Pat’s defence.

In the forwards, Sean Cotter had excellent tally of 1-1 and Darragh Murphy and Jack Phelan both scored well taken goals. Aidan O’ Sullivan, James O’Donnell and Joey Devoy gave good displays of football.

However, we didn’t have it all our own way as St Patrick’s, who have a number of fine footballers  made a strong come-back in the second half, having trailed 3-1 to 1-2 at the interval. St Pat’s got two goals in this period, so we had to dig deep throughout  but our defence stood up very well overall with Michael Cleary, in particular, giving a ‘man of the match’ performance.

This was an excellent display of football by both teams, and at the final whistle Moyle Rovers were deserving winners on a score line of 4-4 to 3-3.

Under 14 Feile na nOg Hurling (South Quarter Final)

We travelled to Carrick on Suir on Saturday 12th to play Carrick Swans in the quarter final of the South Feile na nOg.

We played against a strong breeze in the first half but held our own in this period against the physically stronger Swans players. Following a goalmouth scramble Luke Delahunty struck the sliothar to the back of the net. Ben Ownes followed on with a point from a free and Darragh Bolger, having caught a high ball, took an excellent long range point.

In the second half, Carrick Swan upped their game with good displays of individual hurling and took their scores well. Cillian Crowe, Ben Ownes and Conor McGrath, put in a big effort around the middle of the park. Conor also shipped a heavy challenge late in the game but bounced back quickly. Sam Power worked manfully at centre back scoring two points; one from a free and one ‘65’.

We were still in with a shout with five minutes to go, but Carrick finished strongly to win by 3 points.

Final score Moyle Rovers 1-4 Carrick Swan 1-7.

Team:-

1 Brian Quirke, 2 Jack Holohan, 3 Luke Fogarty, 4 Louis Quirke, 5 Brian Lacey, 6 Sam Power, 7 Cillian Crowe, 8 Ben Ownes,                                                               9 Darragh Bolger, 10 Kieran Quirke, 11 Luke Delahunty, 12 Sean Cotter, 13 Aidan O’Sullivan, 14 Conor McGrath, 15 David Bourke.                                               Subs; Sean Hackett, Jack Phelan, Michael Cleary, Joey Devoy, Jake Fahy.

 

U8 News

posted 21 Apr 2013, 15:43 by Moyle Rovers   [ updated 21 Apr 2013, 15:43 ]


The U8s hosted their first blitz of the year on Saturday morning last in Monroe.  Luckily it was a beautiful morning.  Teams from Clonmel OgFethardKilsheelan, Carrick Swan and two teams from Moyle Rovers took part.  Some very entertaining football was played by these young stars of the future and was enjoyed by themselves and their parents.  Many thanks to the young refs, to the coaches, to the parents who provided refreshments and to all who helped in any way.

Training

From this week training for U8s will be 7 to 8 pm on Tuesday and Friday and will be outdoors. Please note times.


U14 Feile Peil na nOg.

posted 1 Apr 2013, 12:38 by Moyle Rovers   [ updated 1 Apr 2013, 12:38 ]

Moyle Park was the venue on Friday 20th for the eagerly awaited meeting between Moyle Rovers and local rivals Clonmel Commercials in the first round of the Feile Peil.

This was our first competitive match on a full sized pitch and we found it difficult to deal with Commercials’ superior physical strength.

Ronan Quigley in goals made two good saves in the early stages of the match. Diarmuid Mulcahy, Louis Quirke & Jack Harney  played well in defence. In the forwards Luke Delahunty stood out and also converted two frees. Cathal McKeown battled bravely and following a well worked move from mid field delivered a fine pass to Cillian Crowe who struck the ball to the back of the net.

Despite the cold conditions, the game was played in a very sporting manner and at the final whistle the score line read:  Commercials 3-8 Moyle Rovers  1-2.

Starting  Fifteen; Ronan Quigley, Diarmuid Mulcahy, Sam Power, Louis Quirke, Alan Boland, Jack Harney, Luke Fogarty, Rowan Wagner, Darragh Bolger, Cathal McKeown, Daniel Foley, Ben Ownes, Luke Delahunty, Conor McGrath, Cillian Crowe.

Also on the panel;  Brian Lacey, Brian Quirke, Gavin Byrne, Aidan O’Sullivan, Jack Holohan, Sean Hackett, Darragh Murphy, James O’Donnell, Conor Burke, Kieran Quirke, Sean Cotter, Michael Cleary, Danny O’Regan, Jake Fahey, Joey Devoy.


U 12 County Championship South Division (Group C)

posted 19 Mar 2013, 15:51 by Moyle Rovers   [ updated 19 Mar 2013, 15:51 ]

U 12 County Championship South Division (Group C)

18th March 2013 in Newcastle

Moyle Rovers U12B v Newcastle U12

 

Moyle Rovers 5-06 to Newcastle 6-06.

Our second match was played in the picturesque village of Newcastle.

Moyle Rovers played into the breeze in the first half and started strongly with scores from Adam Maher, Aidan Lonergan and Aaron Kiely.

However Newcastle had some strong players and counter attacked well and made the most of their chances.

Half time score was level at 3-04 each.

Moyle Rovers brought on their subs at half time and continued to dominate possession. However scores were difficult to come by with passes going astray and some bad wides.

Newcastle scored every time they countered so a great end to end battle ensued.

Aidan Hickey, Zac Cahalan and Brian O’Dea fought bravely.

In the last minutes, Moyle Rovers laid siege to the Newcastle goal but an equalising goal was not to be.

Final Score was Moyle Rovers 5-06 to Newcastle 6-06.

Special thanks to the Moyle Rovers subs Sarah O’Connor, Lucy Houlihan and Louise Norris

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