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.
Club Lotto: The Nenagh Éire Óg Club Lotto represents the club’s key fundraising initiative. Please consider supporting the Blues by playing our club lotto online: click here!
Congratulations to Sinéad Long on her scór county final victory! A huge well done also goes out to Nenagh Éire Óg’s Gavin O’Connor, Jake Morris and Adam Healy who all featured in Nenagh CBS’ win over Thurles CBS in last Wednesday afternoon’s Dr Harty Cup clash played at Templemore. And, don’t forget that the senior and juvenile club AGMs are almost upon us. Please read on for all the latest news, photos, reports and fixtures!
Please read on for all the latest news, photos, reports and fixtures!
Under-21A: Greg Browne’s under-21A hurling team made an encouraging start to their championship campaign recently when beating Roscrea by sixteen points. The team is now awaiting a semi-final fixture. This year the under-21A hurling team is managed by Greg Browne (manager), Con Morris and Michael McNamara.
Congratulations: Well done to Nenagh Éire Óg’s Tommy and Barry Heffernan who were presented with University of Limerick GAA High Performance Scholarships at a ceremony in the Castletroy Park Hotel recently – on the evening both players received Bank of Ireland High Performance Scholarships and Munster Bursaries.
Cúil Iomána na Bliana 2015: Michael Heffernan’s goal against Thurles Sarsfields in the recent county senior hurling final at Semple Stadium, Thurles is in the running for the prestigious TG4 GAA Beo Cúil Iomána na Bliana 2015 award. Mikey’s brilliant strike is up against goals from Séamus Callanan (Tipperary), Aaron Cunningham (Clare), Joe Canning (Galway), Maurice Shanahan (Waterford), David O’Callaghan (Dublin), TJ Reid (Kilkenny), John O’Dwyer (Tipperary) and Shane Bennett (Waterford). The competition will be decided by a public vote. To watch Mikey’s goal please click here. You can show your support for Mikey by clicking on the ‘Votáil don cúl seo/Vote for this goal’ button directly under the video. Your support is always appreciated.
Newsletter: The October edition of the Nenagh Éire Óg monthly newsletter is now available to download. This latest edition celebrates the achievements of the senior hurling team and the junior A Camogie team while also highlighting the recent Dermot Early Leadership Initiative hosted by the club. This edition also takes a look back at the 2008 county minor A hurling final success. Our thanks go to the club communications sub-committee, in particular to Catherine McTiernan and Enda O’Sullivan, for pulling all of this publication together. To download your copy of the October edition of the monthly newsletter please see the club website.
Night at the Dogs: A huge thank you goes out to everyone who contributed in any way to the combined juvenile and Camogie club ‘Night at the Dogs’ club fundraiser on Saturday night at the Thurles Greyhound Stadium. The event was deemed a huge success.
AGM: The Nenagh Éire Óg Annual General Meeting (AGM) will be held on Wednesday, December 16th at 8pm in the MacDonagh Park Complex. Nomination forms and forms for notices of motion are available from the club secretary Anne Kennedy – email email@example.com. Nomination forms and notices of motion should be returned no later than 9pm on Friday, December 4th.
Last week’s lotto jackpot of €1,200 was not won. The €50 lucky dip winners were: David Ryan (c/o Nenagh Guardian), Paudie O’Kennedy (Church Road), Shane Brophy (c/o Nenagh Guardian), Pauline Delaney (Knockanpierce) & Roisín Whelan (Ormond Keep). Please support the Blues and play our club lotto.
The Nenagh Éire Óg Club Lotto represents the club’s key fundraising initiative.
Please consider supporting the Blues by playing our club lotto online: click here!
Just watch how far we can stretch your €2!
Alternatively you can also support Nenagh Éire Óg by paying your club membership. Membership for 2014 is now due and can be paid to any club officer or online. The cost of membership is priced at €25.
“We all identify with our own place. My place is Nenagh and I respect every man who is from every parish in Ireland who is identifying with his home. That’s the breeding since the world was made. I see the club as nothing only a way of giving our locality an airing on the public stage. It gives the youth of our town an opportunity to play our games. That’s what I see our club as” – Jimmy Minogue
AGM: The Camogie club AGM is due to take place on Thursday, November 26th in the clubhouse at 7pm – if you are interested in getting involved in the club in any way or if you have any motions or nominations please contact any committee member or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Strength & Conditioning: Our strength and conditioning training continues on Tuesday nights when we train in the running track at Ballygreigue. Under-10s and under-12s train from 7.30pm to 8pm while all players from under-14 upwards train from 8pm to 8.30pm. On Friday evenings we are training in the complex in MacDonagh Park from 7pm to 7.30pm for under-10s and under-12s while everyone from under-14 up trains from 8pm to 8.30pm. It costs €2 per evening and is run in conjunction with the juvenile club.
Night at the Dogs: In conjunction with the adult and juvenile club we held a very successful ‘Night at the Dogs’ event on Saturday evening last in Thurles. We wish to thank all our ticket sellers, those who helped organise the event and those who showed up to support the event.
A huge thank you to everybody who contributed to the success of the club’s ‘Night at the Dogs’. Your contribution to the club is very much appreciated and we hope that you had a great night out!
Strength and conditioning continues at the usual times.
NENAGH HANDBALL CLUB
Nenagh Handball Club will host an open night on Friday, November 27th at 7pm in the Éire Óg complex. We would especially like to see boys and girls born 2003/04/05, but all are welcome to come along, have a go and see what it’s all about. Refreshments will be served on the night.
Hard luck to Sinéad Meagher who lost out in a very close Munster semi-final representing St. Mary’s Convent Secondary.
The Nenagh Éire Óg website has now been developed to host each and every edition of the monthly newsletter – please see here for more.
If you have any photographs, news or other information that you would like to see included please email email@example.com.
Thanks again to the club communications sub-committee and in particular to Catherine McTiernan and Enda O’Sullivan for pulling all of this information together.
Commiserations to the Nenagh Éire Óg minor A Camogie team which exited at the semi-final stage of the championship following a defeat suffered at the hands of Newport-Ballinahinch on Sunday afternoon. There has been more encouraging news, however, with a goal by Michael Heffernan nominated for the Cúil Iomána na Bliana 2015 award. Please read on for all the latest news, photos, reports and fixtures!
The under-21A hurling team made an encouraging start to their championship campaign on Saturday while the Blues’ minor A Camogie team are preparing this week to take on Newport-Ballinahinch in a county semi-final. In other news the club was delighted to learn this week that Ger Gavin will be presented with a Sean Ghael award at The Dome on Sunday, November 15th. Please read on for all the latest news, photos, reports and fixtures!
Greg Browne’s under-21A hurling team made an encouraging start to their championship campaign on Saturday afternoon in Moneygall when beating Roscrea by sixteen points.
Although our senior hurlers suffered county final heartache at Semple Stadium, Thurles on Sunday afternoon the Nenagh Éire Óg junior a Camogie team capped off a wonderful season on Saturday when the Blues beat Toomevara by a single point after a titanic struggle in a county final played at The Ragg. Please read on for all the latest news, photos, reports and fixtures!
Despite falling nine points behind in the opening half Éire Óg fought back manfully and pushed Thurles Sarsfields to the very limit – unfortunately the defending champions edged this dramatic contest with a late, late surge of scores.