U14 All Ireland Champions while Tipp Minors win Munster final

posted 7 Jul 2011, 16:25 by Moyle Rovers

RESULT

On Wednesday night last our Junior B were defeated Commercial in the second round of the championship on a scoreline of Commercial 18 Moyle Rovers 0-5.

Our Intermediate Footballers were defeated by Fr Sheehy on Saturday night last on a scoreline of Fr Sheehys 1-12 Moyle Rovers 2-6.

U14 ALL IRELAND FEILE PEIL CHAMPIONS

Our U14’s Travelled to their Host club Ballinhassig, Cork to participate in the All Ireland Feile Peil Competition as the Tipperary Representative. After Winning all their group matches comprehensively, they went on to play and very big and Strong South London side. In the end they again were victorious and heading to Pairc Ui Chaoimh to take on St Mary’s Sligo in the final. In what was a glorious day in Cork, it turned out to be a fantastic game of football between the sides, but in the end it was our brilliant group of Boys to win the First All Ireland Title for Moyle Rovers. Later in the Day this group of player came home to Moyle Park to a well deserved Hero’s Welcome. Well done must go to the full backroom team: John McGrath, Liam Cronin, Sean McKeown, Kevin O Connor, Ger Robert, Kevin Ryan, Eileen Boland, Mairead O Toole & Marie O Connor. Many Thanks to the Parents, Family & Supporters who travelled to Cork over the weekend.

COUNTY SCENE

The Quirke Family had a weekend in GAA that most families only Dream of. Stephen Quirke was part of the U14 Team that won the All Ireland Final on Saturday, Older Brother Philip was the only Moyle Rovers Representative on the Tipperary Minor team which defeated Cork in the Munster Final in Killarney on Sunday. Not Bad Boys Munster and All Ireland Medal within two day. Well done Stephen and Philip. Well done to the Full Minor Football Panel on winning the Munster Final and best of luck in the All Ireland Semi Final.

Best of luck to the Tipperary Senior Hurlers who take on Waterford in the Munster Final on Sunday.

COMMUNITY GAMES

With the Munster final of Community games on this Saturday in University of Limerick. We wish the best of luck to our U16 Boys Basketball team, Our U16 Girls hockey team and U11 boy mini Rugby in their competitions.

CAMOGIE


Our Under 12s played the last of the Go Games Blitzes last week in Cahir. Our opening game was against Carrick Swans and our girls got a well deserved draw. The last game was against Cahir and Moyle Rovers led at the break despite playing against the wind. Lady luck did not smile on us in the second half and we were beaten by one score. The Girls played extremely well showing great skill and determination. We had some girls playing for the first time and they acquitted themselves extremely well. Our young heroines on the night were Emma Tobin, Rowena Dowling, Rachael Browne, Sarah O'Dwyer, Emma Cronin, Jenny Everard, Eimer Ryan, Aine Fitzgearld, Sophie Delaney, Kelly Ryan, Amy Norris, Ellen Buckley, Karen Meehan. Our team was addressed by Mary Howard of Cahir Camogie after the games. Mary had great words of encouragement and praise for our players and Mentors. Moyle Rovers camogie club congratulates Cahir camogie club on winning the All Ireland Camogie Feile last week . They become only the second Tipperary club to achieve this great honour. Our under 14 game vs Knockavilla was cancelled and we are expecting the summer league to run Thursday's nights for the next few weeks. As the primary schools close for Holidays we thank the Principals and Teachers in our local schools for the Promotion of camogie among young girls. Camogie is one of the great games for early hand to eye coordination development in young people. Our club congratulates Kristy Crotty Ryan who played in goal for Tipperary primary games Camogie before the Munster semi final in Limerick recently. Well done Kristy. Training every Friday evening 6.00pm in Monroe. new members always welcome.

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