11th November

posted 16 Dec 2012, 12:01 by Moyle Rovers
GEAR - CHRISTMAS ORDERS

With Christmas just around the corner,  If you need ideas for present
just check out the Club Gear,  we have jerseys, shorts, sock, gear
bags, hoodies, T-shirts, etc.  you can check out our website -
www.moyle-rovers.tipperary.gaa.ie for all prices and order forms.  Or
just contact Marie on 086-2959505


ANNUAL CLUB MASS

Our Annual Club mass is due to take place in the Monroe Sports Centre
on Thursday 29th November at 7-30pm.  All Are welcome to attend.

UNDER 8 

On Tues.30th Oct. Daire Luttrell & Gerard McGrath represented their club in the

Co.Club Football & Hurling Skills (respectively) @ Dr Morris  Park,Thurles.

Both boys put on a great display and did themselves & the club Proud.

 

U8  LEAGUE

Last week saw the start of the U8 Football & Hurling league.

It got off to a great and fun start.

There was a large number in attendence on both evenings.

The Leagues will run until the end of November.

FOOTBALL LEAGUE-TUES. 7-8PM

HURLING LEAGUE. 6.30-7.30PM.


Ladies football.
Well done to Leah McGarry,Sophie Delaney,and Louise Norris who played with Tipperary under 11 teams in Kilrush,Co.Clare last Saturday.Girls Football nursery for four to seven year old begins next  Saturday  (17th) morning at 11.30 to 1.00pm in Monroe.  Three U12 Tipperary squads travelled to Lisdoonvarna on Saturday November 3rd to play opposition teams Kerry,Limerick,Clare,Galway.
Moyle Rovers were proudly represented by Kelly Ryan, Amy Norris, Emma Cronin and  Cathy O'Dwyer. Frances Ryan was one of the mentors. On behalf of the girls thanks to all mentors in involved in the development squad over the last few weeks.Our minors endure the long wait for a fixture for their county semi final. We would hope for a fixture week end of November 24th

Camogie. All quiet on the playing fields and attention turns towards the AGM. The club AGM is scheduled for Wednesday December 5th in Monroe. We encourage as many parents as possible to attend. Camogie is a wonderful game for any young girls. The early development of hand to eye co-ordination, or motor skills, is now beginning to be fully appreciated.Increased health benefits from physical activity,Social interaction and integration from a young age and a fun supportive environment for girls to make friends and play  are some pf the benfits of participating in Camogie..We would be delighted to hear from you if are considering sending your child to Camogie . Training for under 8 s and under 10 s every Friday evening at 5.30 pm .All to bring €1. Well done to our club girls who took part in the Cul skills competition in Semple Staduim recently. They were Grainne O'Donnell, Nicole Delaney, Caitriona Phelan and Leah Mc Garry.A great day was had by all and some new ideas for training were gleaned.




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