Senior Club Notes
Our Senior Hurlers overcame Killenaule in the League on Sunday morning down in Killenaule, on a scoreline of 3-17 to 0-22 points. Our next fixture will be available on the club website or Twitter, once it’s been confirmed.
Congratulations to Jake Morris, Conor McCarthy and all of the Tipperary Minor Team that overcame Limerick last Wednesday.
Juvenile Club Notes
Under 12: Both U12s had good games V Newport on Friday & both had good wins. Well done to all. Training as usual this week.
Under 14: Our U14 footballers lost out to an impressive Ballina side in round 3 of the football championship. Our next football championship game is away to Inane Rovers at 6.30pm on Wednesday, April 12th.
Camogie Club Notes
U8: Training is on Thursdays 5.30 to 6.30 with Ciarán Morris. We would like to thank the senior players for helping out over the last few weeks but as it is such a large group of players we need more help if they are to get the most out of their time in the field. We would encourage the parents to set up a rota to help out. Contact chairperson Caitriona Morris 087-7776135.
U10’s and U12’s training on Thursdays 5.30 to 6.30 . Well done to the u12s who played outstandingly well in the Camán to Munster blitz in Mallow last Saturday just missing out in the ultimate prize of playing in Croke Park.
U14: Training on Tuesdays 5.30 to 6.30. They are due to play against Cashel this week. You will be notified by WhatsApp message. Best of luck to Meaghan Morris, Hazel Cawley and Michelle Barry and their Tipperary u 14 colleagues in the Limerick blitz this weekend.
U16: The Nenagh/ Kildangan team played Ballina in what can only be described as an outstandingly skilful game of Camogie in MacDonagh park on Monday night in horrific conditions. It didn’t deter either team as they went at each other hammer and tongs. The newly amalgamated team are gelling well together but it was Ballina who raced into a 2.2 to 3 point lead at half time. Nenagh/Kildangan came out a different team in the second half after a robust half time team talk by Manager Martin Morris and also the introduction of Meaghan Morris and Hazel Cawley into the Nenagh/ Kildangan forward line was beginning to unsettle the Ballina backs. This was to be a ding dong game full of skill and determination as the lead changed hands a few times in the second half with Sarah Hallinan scoring 2 goals for Nenagh . Ballina looked to have clinched the game but an injury time goal from Meaghan Grace who was set up by Meaghan Morris ensured that the game ended a draw 3.4 apiece. They now play Newport away on Monday night and a win is a must for this team.
Team Ella Carey , Siobhán Collins , Sarah Seymour , Katie Morris , Abbie Sheedy , Maeve Ryan , Naoise McCloone , Ellie Spain , Maeve Hassett , Aishlin Moran , Lucy Spain (0.1pt) Meaghan Grace(1.1) Sarah Hallinan (2.0) Lilly O Brien, Emma Gavin, Meaghan Morris (0.2) Eva McKeogh ,Hazel Cawley , Caoimhe Clancy ,Orla Flannery ,Leah McLoughney .
Hard luck to Ella Carey ,Lucy Spain , Katie Morris and Maeve Hassett and their Tipperary u 16 team who lost out to Cork in the Munster final last weekend.
The senior team continue to train hard as they prepare themselves for the Senior championship later in the year.
The club will have a celebration of our hard won elevation to senior status in the Scouts Hall May 13th. It will celebrate all the players and management of the club that were involved since the foundation of the club. It will also be an opportunity to thank our sponsors and allow our sponsors and opportunity to showcase their businesses in the entrance to the hall.
Our annual clothes collection is on Saturday April 22nd, and is a great way for your spring clean to make money for our club.
A picture of our U12 team in action.
The Nenagh Eire Og Juvenile Section is holding a fundraising table quiz in The Dapp Inn on Thursday 16th March 2017. Commencing at 9pm, all are welcome to this social event which guarantees a good time, some brainteasing and a perfect way to start the long weekend. Please come along, bring some friends and get to know other parents/members in a friendly and enjoyable atmosphere.
Our Senior Hurlers began their League Campaign with a 1-21 to 2-12 victory over Thurles Sarsfields. Please note our next match against Portroe has been moved forward, and will now take place this Friday at 11:00 a.m.
Training continues for U6’s from 10-11am indoors.We hope to see lots of the U6’s and parents out marching in the Patrick’s Day parade in their new Eire Ogre jerseys or club colours.
Under 12s:U12s got off to a good start with a win and a draw. Training as usual this week.
U16 footballers had a good win over Ballinahinch/Templederry in Nenagh with a scoreline of 5-11 to 0-6. Next game away to Kilruane this Saturday, March 18th, at 3pm.
The draw for the 2017 Tipperary Senior Hurling Championship takes place on Monday next, January 23rd between 7:00 and 8:00 p.m, and will be broadcast live on Tipp FM’s Extra Time show with Ronan Quirke. The Senior Championship, as in previous years, is divided in to Roinn I and Roinn II. Nenagh Éire Óg will this year be entered in to the Roinn I section of the draw, as a third seed.
In Roinn I the 16 participating teams are divided into four seeded groups with each club playing all other group members. Following three rounds of games, each group winner qualifies for the county quarter-finals while each group runner-up battles it out with the divisional champions (if not already qualified) in the preliminary quarter-finals. The last placed teams in each group play-off in two games with the individual game losers demoted to Roinn II for 2018.
Thirteen teams in all will compete in Roinn II in 2017. There is, however, a significant change to the format of Roinn II for the coming season. The teams, similarly to Roinn I, will be divided into four groups with the group winners and runners-up progressing to the quarter-finals of the Ó Riain Cup. The winner of that round of games qualifies for the semi-finals of the Ó Riain Cup, while both finalists are promoted to Roinn I for 2018.
The only way for Roinn II teams to compete for the Dan Breen Cup in 2017 is by winning their respective Divisional Championship, thereby qualifying for a preliminary quarter-final against a second-placed team from a Roinn I group.
Each club in Roinn I has been seeded based on their performances in the County Championship last year, the full seedings are as follows.
The draw for the North Championship will take place at a later date, usually in the Hibernian Inn, Nenagh.
Liam Cahill’s Tipperary Minor hurlers cruised to a second consecutive Munster Championship with a 17 point win over Limerick in the Gaelic Grounds, on a scoreline of 1-24 to 0-10 points. While several players for Tipperary put in fine scoring displays, best of all was our very own Jake Morris with an incredible 1-04 from play, which saw him named Man of the Match.
Pictured below is Jake with his man of the match award, alongside his grandfather and Nenagh Éire Óg Club President Jimmy Morris.
Senior Club Notes
The Nenagh Éire Óg Senior Hurlers play Kildangan this Saturday in the opening group game of the Senior Hurling County Championship. The game is fixed for 6:30 p.m. in Dolla. The club would encourage anyone who can to come out and support the team.
Our Junior A Hurlers play Borris-Ileigh in the League this Friday evening. The game is fixed for 6:00 p.m in MacDonagh Park, Nenagh.
The Junior B League game against Borris-Ileigh on Saturday last was called off due to the pitch being deemed unplayable. This rescheduled fixture will be posted to the club’s website as soon as a new date is set.
Our Minor Footballers play Newport this Wednesday at 6:00 p.m in MacDonagh Park, Nenagh.
County Board Draw: Can all County Board Draw Club promoters please contact Marion Ryan ASAP to bring their accounts up to date.
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Juvenile Club Notes
Under-8s: Great turnout for the Under 8s for the last month, keep up the great work! Training continues on Wednesday at 5.15pm.
Under-12s: We were beaten by Ballina in a fantastic game of football in tough conditions. Hard luck to the boys. Training as usual this Friday evening.
Well done to our 4 representatives, Conor Hennessy, Liam Heffernan, Cian Griffin and Gavin Dooley and also to their mentors Shane Connolly and Michael McNamara on their great run with the North Tipp in the Under 15 Roger Ryan County tournament on Saturday. They narrowly lost out to South Tipp on points difference.
Under-14s: The first round of the Under 14 football championship starts this Wednesday against Kilruane in Nenagh at 6.30pm. All support welcome.
Camogie Club Notes
Intermediate: We played Drom and Inch on Saturday last in the final group game of this years league and despite being defeated on a 0-7 to 0-4 scoreline we still qualified for the semi finals where we will face Silvermines this Saturday at 12 noon in The Camogie Grounds, The Ragg. Best of luck to the management and panel and they would really appreciate your support in this important game for our club. For a full match report on the Drom and Inch game please see our website: www.nenagheireog.com
Under-16: We played Newport on THURSDAY AT 6;45 in the opening game of the championship and were on the wrong end of a 2-11 to 1-3 scoreline which does not tell the true nature of this game. For a full match report please see our website.
Under-14: We played Éire Óg Annacarthy on Monday evening in the opening round of the championship. We did not have the result at the time of going to press. Please see our website for the result of this fixture.
Under-10 and under-12: Training continues for these teams on Monday and Thursday from 17:30-18:30. New players are always more than welcome.
Under-8: Training for this group is Thursday from 17:30 to 18:30. New players are welcome.
Clothes Collection: We are holding a clothes collection this Saturday April 9th between 10am and 12am in MacDonagh Park. Please bring along all your unwanted clothes, bed linen, curtains, shoes etc to help us raise some badly needed funds. If you cannot make it on the day please contact a committee member who will be delighted to collect your bags prior to the collection.
Registration: This is the final week for registration to be paid. Please pay the manager of your team or any committee member if you have not already done so.
Sponsored Walk: Our annual sponsored walk will be leaving MacDonagh Park on Sunday at 3pm. Best of luck to all involved.
Tipperary: Well done to the Tipperary minor side who had a great win over Offaly at the weekend and have now qualified for the All Ireland semi final against Cork on April 16. We have five girls on the panel, Ruth Hassett, Grace O’ Brien, Hazel McAuliffe, Maeve Coffey and Sarah Quigley and we wish them well against Cork. The Tipperary under-14s reached the final of the Limerick blitz at the weekend and the club were represented by Megan Morris, Abbie Sheedy and Ella Carey. Well done girls.
2016: Best wishes for 2016 to everyone involved with the Nenagh Eire Og club.
Under-21A: Best of luck to our U21A hurlers who meet Kildangan in the 2015 North final. It is anticipated that this match will be fixed for the weekend of 9th/10th January. Best of luck to team and mentors. All support is greatly appreciated. Watch social media for further updates throughout the week
Membership: Membership for 2016 is now due and can be paid to any club officer or online. The cost of membership is again very reasonably priced at €25 with a family membership option A priced at €60 and an option B priced at €85.
Volunteer Appeal: The evolution of the Club over the last number of year , in terms of its size and structures has led to an inequitable spread of the workload across the membership and placed a very heavy burden on certain individuals. In 2015 the Nenagh Éire Óg club catered for over 500 members and this continues to grow. This offers a huge opportunity to have many talented people currently associated with the Club to become more involved in the day to day running of club affairs so that fresh faces can bring fresh ideas forward. Whether you are currently involved with the club or on the periphery, we are actively seeking volunteers to come forward. People get involved in the club because they want to not because they have to, If you are interested in getting involved in any capacity call 0872850732, contact any club officer or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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