17th March 2014

posted 16 Mar 2014, 09:17 by Moyle Rovers   [ updated 18 Mar 2014, 16:11 ]
DRAW THE JOKER RESULTS
Tracy O’Neill, Kilmore, €100. Gavin Mulcahy, Donoughmore, €50. Bernard Tobin, Monroe,€50. Caroline Boland, Clonmel, €25.
This week’s Jackpot €6,700.
BRAVE UNDER 21S BOW OUT
Our under 21 footballers were defeated by Clonmel Commercials after extra time in last Saturday’s South semi-final. The full time score was Moyle Rovers 1-7 Commercials 0-10; the score after at the end of extra-time was Moyle Rovers 1-7 Commercials 1-16. Injuries were our killer this year. 
Best wishes to Commercials in the rest of their campaign.
Thanks you to our management team of Robbie Boland, Brian Mulvihill and Edmund Burke. 
MINOR B OFF TO WINNING START
Our minors ‘B’ team got underway on St Patrick’s morning, despite a late start. The two teams were in Kilsheelan and the referee and gate checkers were in Ballylooby. A big thank you to Kilsheelan’s very own Tadgh Lonergan who came at the last minute to officiate. Thanks Tadgh.
The final score was Moyle Rovers 2-13 Clonmel Og/Clerihan 1-9.  We had great performances from Sean Murphy, Tadgh Fitzgerald, Tommy Morrissey and Keith Cronin. 
BEST OF LUCK TO ROSS AND PHILIP
Best of luck to Ross Mulcahy and Philip Quirke with the Tipperary U21 football team who are playing Clare this Wednesday night in Miltown Malbay in a Munster semi-final.
MONROE CARDS
Results of game on March 11th. 38 players, 1st. on 13 games Jimmy Quinn and Gerry Hennebry, 2nd., divided, on 11 games Dick Lonergan and Jim Phelan, Teresa McGarry and Margret Fallon. Table Prize William Burke and Tom Acheson.
Game every Tuesday night at 8.30, all welcome. We have a special card game on April 8thwhich will be in aid of Irish Pilgrimage Trust.
CONGRATULATIONS BOYS
Well done to Clonmel High School on beating Borrisokeane in the U-15B Munster Colleges cup, well done also to the South U-14 footballers who won the division.
ART EXHIBITION
Those people who paint every Monday night in the dressing room in Monroe are holding an art exhibition in Clonmel Library opening on Wednesday March 19th. and  running for two weeks, their group is called ‘Reflections’ and their exhibition is entitled ‘Free Spirits’
LADIES FOOTBALL
Last week was a quiet one on the club scene. There is plenty of action scheduled for this weekend. The Under 16s are due to play Cahir at home this weekend in the final group game to decide semi final pairings. The seniors kick off their league campaign with an away game against Brian Borus on Sunday at 3pm. Best of luck to both teams and managements. The Under 14s had a very useful workout in a challenge game against Rathgormack last Sunday. On the county scene the Tipperary under 14 team suffered a one point defeat to Clare in Cashel Saturday. The team now contest the All Ireland C competition.
CONGRATS ANDREW AND MAIREAD
Both the Ladies Football and Camogie club congratulate Andrew and Mairead Dowling on their marriage last Friday. Andrew and Mairead have always been great supporters of Moyle Rovers Ladies Football and Camogie teams over the years and we wish them all the best for long life and happiness.
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