There was no winner of tonight’s lotto jackpot. The numbers drawn were 6, 14, 15 & 29. This week’s 3 x €50 lucky dip winners are:
1. Pat A Ryan, Newtown
2. Sean Mc Tiernan, Belmont
3. John Kennedy, Albany Home Decor
Next week’s lotto Jackpot will be €8,500. As we restart our lotto again for 2022 we thank everyone for your continued support of the lotto. If you have not yet joined our lotto or if your ticket has recently expired, please consider signing up again for our lotto – it is our main fundraiser and contributes enormously to the day to day running of the club. The link to join is below:
Membership rates remain the same as last year and are as follows:
Full Membership – €50
Student/OAP/Unemployed/Juvenile – €30
Family options are also available as follows:
Option 1 – One adult + multiple U18s – €80
Option 2 – Two adults + multiple U18s – €100
Healthy Club Walks
There was a great turnout for our first of the ‘Ireland Lights Up’ walk which took place last Thursday night. These walks will continue over the next number of weeks on Tuesday and Thursday nights at 7pm from MacDonagh Park.
Reminder that the Irish Life ‘Every Step Counts’ challenge starts this Wednesday, 19th January. To participate simply download the Irish Life MyLife app, go to ‘My Challenges’ and click on Munster GAA. Be sure to then scroll to Nenagh Eire Og and join up here. Sign up today and join the challenge to collectively walk 4,000km in six weeks. Please contact Bartley Ryan 086 735 8359 for further information.
Official Opening postponed
Due to the current Covid situation it was decided to postpone the Official opening of the new Hurling Wall and Astroturf pitch which was due to take place next Sunday, 23rd January. This will now be held in late April/early May which will allow our Festival Committee to organise a weekend of events with the President’s visit, maybe as the closing ceremony. The new date for this event will be confirmed ASAP.
There was no winner of tonight’s lotto jackpot. The numbers drawn were 2, 8, 22 & 24. The 3 X €50 lucky dip winners this week are:
- Paddy Cooney, Palmerstown, Dublin
- Geraldine Hilmi, Beechwood
- Theresa Connolly, Clonaslee
Next weeks lotto jackpot is €8,400. As we restart our lotto again for 2022 we thank everyone for your continued support of the lotto. If you have not yet joined our lotto or if your ticket has recently expired, please consider signing up again for our lotto – it is our main fundraiser and contributes enormously to the day to day running of the club. The link to join is below:
The deferred AGM took place tonight via Zoom with the following officers returned for 2022:
Chairman – John Tooher
Vice Chairman – Jimmy Minogue
Secretary – Catherine McTiernan
Treasurer – Josephine Mackey
PRO – Anne Kennedy
Registrar – Enda Long
Congratulations to our winners in the January Tipperary Draw which was held last Friday night. The Cairde na Gormacha syndicate came away with 3 prizes – €3,000 in the lotto draw and two further prizes of €500 while Ger Hassett won €200 in the confined draw. The next draw takes place on Friday 4th Feb.
Healthy Club Walking Challenges
Nenagh Éire Óg have joined the GAA Healthy Club initiatives to encourage people to get active in the New Year.
The Ireland Lights Up campaign, where GAA Clubs organise walks in their facilities or in the area, starts this Thursday night at 7pm from MacDonagh Park.
Premierview Junior A Team of the year.
Well done to Sean Geaney, Josh Keller and Donnacha Quinn who were named on the 2021 Premierview Podcast Junior Team of the Year. You can see the full team in the link below:
We extend our sympathies to juvenile secretary Tom Gleeson and his family on the recent passing of his uncle and cousin. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anamacha.
New Year Greetings
Wishing all our members, supporters and everyone associated with Nenagh Éire Óg a Happy and Healthy New Year.
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The North U21 hurling semi final V Kiladangan was postponed last weekend as a mark of respect to the late Kieran Delaney. The game is now due to be played next Sunday, 19th Dec, at 2pm in Borrisokane.
The AGM has been postponed until the New Year. Once a suitable date has been found members will be notified. With the Covid situation as it is, the meeting will more than likely take place via Zoom but a decision on this will be taken nearer the time.
There was no winner of tonight’s lotto jackpot. The numbers drawn were 10, 19, 21 & 27. The 3 X €50 winners this week are:
- Sean Bourke, Annbrook Heights
- Leonard Ryan, Ballygraigue Estate
- Jackie Hayes, 117 Carrig Rua
Next week’s lotto jackpot will be €8,200. As this will be the last draw before Christmas, there will be extra lucky dip prizes to be won to acknowledge the great support we have received all year for our lotto. So be in with a chance to win the big jackpot or a smaller prize of €50, please play our lotto online through the link below:
We extend our sympathies to the Delaney family and Toomevara GAA on the tragic passing of Kieran Delaney last week. We also extend sympathies to Paudie Malone and the Malone family, Portroe, on the death of Pat Malone last week. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a h-anamacha.
Laura Lynn Fundraiser
Well done to Enda O’Sullivan who completed the Ray Darcy Laura Lynn half marathon in the Phoenix Park last weekend. If you would like to donate to this worthy cause please click on the link below, donations can be made up to 11th Jan 2022.
Shop Local Promotion
We continue to encourage our members to shop local where possible this Christmas. Our local businesses have given us great support down through the years and so we ask that our members return this support and make every effort to keep your business local this Christmas. Keep an eye on our social media platforms for our daily showcasing of local businesses.
Our U21 North semi-final against Kiladangan was postponed last weekend – this game will now take place next Sunday at 2pm in Borrisokane. Best of luck to the players and management team.
This year’s AGM will take place this Thursday, 9th Dec, at 8pm in the Abbey Court Hotel. Mask wearing and Covid Certificate/Certificate of Recovery will be required as per GAA guidelines. All members are welcome to attend.
There was no winner of tonight’s Lotto Jackpot. The numbers drawn were 9, 10, 16 & 27. The 3 X €50 lucky dip winners this week are:
- Martin Walsh, 6 Clare St
- Denis Ley, 6 Cudville Green
- Danny Downey, Brosna, Co Kerry
Next week’s lotto jackpot will be €8,100 – to be in with a chance to win this please play online through the link on the club website.
Our next chosen charity as part of our Community Friendly Lotto will be Make Nenagh an Autism Friendly Town. This charity will now receive a donation of €500 from our lotto funds in the coming weeks.
Congrats to Patrick Dunne who won €200 in the Tipperary Draw last Fri night. The next draw will take place on 6th January 2022.
Shop Local Campaign
In the lead up to Christmas we once again ask our members to support our local businesses and shop local where possible. With this in mind, for the month of December, Nenagh Éire Óg will be showcasing local businesses on our social media platforms. Since the start of Dec we have been posting information re different businesses and will continue to do this for the weeks leading into Christmas. Please keep an eye out for these posts during December and support our local businesses if possible.
Laura Lynn Fundraiser
This Saturday Nenagh Éire Óg’s Enda O’Sullivan willl be running a half marathon to raise badly needed funds for the Laura Lynn Ireland’s Children’s Hospice. If you would like to support this great cause and Enda in his run you can donate through the link below:
Dust off the hurleys, grab your runners and get back on the playing field. You know you want to! Nenagh Éire Óg is extending an invitation to all Camogie players (over 16) to join their fitness and ball sessions at the fantastic new hurling wall facility in the club. Circuits, Camogie, Comradery, Come on!
Get back into the swing of things!
Wednesdays 7-8, All welcome!!
Congratulations to our Footballers who won the Co Junior B Football Final on Sunday with a 5 point win over Aherlow. This was a great performance from our lads who led from the start and were deserving winners on the day. Thanks to all the players and the management team who worked very hard for this over the last number of weeks.
Link below to report of the game on Nenagh Live.ie
And below link to an Examiner report on the Nenagh Éire Óg/Aherlow Rematch from 1992!!
Nenagh Éire Óg captain, James Mackey receives the trophy from Mary Flaherty, FBD Insurance. Also in photo Fergal McDonnell.
Thanks to Enda O’Sullivan for supplying the photographs – you can view the full album on the Nenagh Éire Óg Facebook page through the link below:
Nenagh Éire Óg were drawn to play Kiladangan in the U21 North semi-final – this game will take place on Sunday next, Dec 5th, at 2pm in Borrisokane. Best of luck to the players and management.
Post Primary Schools Hurling
Well done to Nenagh College on their win over Newport College in the Munster Championship last week, to Nenagh CBS on their defeat of North Mon in the Harty Cup also last week and to the Nenagh Éire Óg players involved in both squads.
Nenagh Éire Óg AGM will take place on Thurs 9th Dec at 8pm in the Abbey Court Hotel. Depending on the Covid situation at the time this may change to a Zoom meeting – please keep a check on social media for updates. Mask wearing and Covid Certificate/Certificate of recovery are required as per GAA guidelines.
There was no winner of tonight’s lotto jackpot. The numbers drawn were 4, 22, 27 & 32. The 3 X €50 lucky dip winners this week are:
- Milena Trybala, 65 Coille Bheithe
- Richard O’Connell, 2 Ardan Rua
- Conor O’Donovan, Melrose
Next week’s lotto jackpot will be €8,000. To be in with a chance to win please play online through the link on the club website.
Gaelic Sport in Nenagh – Volume 3
Volume 3 of the history of Gaelic Sport in Nenagh is now in the shops. This volume covers the period from 1960s to date and can be bought in Easons and The Bookshop, Nenagh. This book will be of particular interest to anyone who played for Nenagh Éire Óg or with the schools in Nenagh in this time.
Nenagh Éire Óg Clothes Bank
We are delighted to now have on site at MacDonagh park our very own club clothing bank.
The New clothing bank is located on the right hand side as you enter the gates of MacDonagh park.
The clothing bank is exclusive to Nenagh Éire Óg so funds generated from clothing donations to this bank will come back into the club to cover running costs.
We would ask all club members to drop any unwanted clothes into the bank and support Éire Óg club fundraising at the same time. Mile buíochas.
Congratulations to our Under 7 lead coach Alan Kelly on a superb win on Sunday last in the Junior B football county final.
Alan in action during last Sunday’s game.
Junior B Football
Well done to our Junior B Footballers who qualified for the Co Final on Sunday last with a good win over Clonakenny in the Co semi final in the Ragg. Trailing 3 points to 2 half time, Philip Hickey got an early second half goal and the lads found their scoring boots from there, running out six point winners in the end. The final score was 1 – 8 to 5 points.
West and South champions will meet in the second semi final next weekend with the fixture for the final to be confirmed. Well done to all involved.
Junior B Footballers
The draw for the North U21 championships took place last Fri night where we received a bye in the quarter final. The three quarter finals will be played next weekend and we await the draw following these games to find out our semi final opponents. The semi finals are due to be played the weekend of 27th/28th Nov.
U21A Hurling Championship Draw.
There was no winner of tonight’s lotto jackpot. The numbers drawn were 12, 13, 21 & 31. The 3 X €50 lucky dip winners this week are:
- Katie Quinlisk, Southill
- Tom Walsh, Barbaha
- Pamela Hogan, Carney
We are now into the second year of our relaunched lotto where the Jackpot has risen from €2,100 to €7,800. All those who opted in for the 52 week option when our lotto was relaunched last year should note that this ticket has now expired unless you chose the auto renew option. If the auto renew was not chosen at the time you can now rejoin through the link below:
Next Monday night’s lotto jackpot will be €7,800. To be in with a chance to win please play our lotto online via the link above. If you’re not in, you can’t win!!
We extend our sympathies to the Naughton family and to all involved in Nenagh athletics on the recent passing of Seán Naughton. Seán was one of the town’s truly great sports people and worked tirelessly for athletics both in Nenagh and throughout the country over the years. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam.
Co Final Programme
The photograph below of Nenagh Éire Óg U17 player Taurai Shayanewako featured in last weekends Co Finals programme. It shows Taurai playing with Tipperary in last year’s Munster Minor Championship game against Kerry. A great picture of Taurai in action by Bridget Delaney, it was included in the programme as Bridget’s ‘Photograph of the Year’.
Junior B Football
Best of luck to our Junior B Footballers who play mid champions,Clonakenny, in the Co semi-final next weekend. This game is fixed for next Sunday at 12.30 in the Ragg. Tickets are available online for this game at the link below:
The North U21 championship is due to start the weekend of Nov 20th/21st. There are seven teams in the U21A championship and the draw for this will take place next Friday evening – the draw will be live on North Tipp GAA Twitter at 8.15pm approx. This Championship will be straight knock out.
Congratulations to John Moylan, Rathnaleen who won €1,000 in the Tipperary Draw which took place last Friday night. The next draw will be held on Fri 3rd Dec.
There was no winner of tonight’s lotto jackpot. The numbers drawn were 19, 24, 28 & 29. This week’s 3 x €50 lucky dip winners are:
- John Quirke
- Louise O’Halloran, c/o Rohans
- Tanya Beattie
Next week’s lotto jackpot will be €7,700. To be in with a chance to win please play our lotto online on the club website.
We are now into the second year of our relaunched lotto where the Jackpot has risen from €2,100 to €7,700. All those who opted in for the 52 week option when our lotto was relaunched last year should note that this ticket has now expired unless you chose the auto renew option. If the auto renew was not chosen at the time you can now rejoin through the link below:
We extend our sympathies to the family of Kathleen O’Brien who passed away last week. Kathleen’s grandchildren, the Flynns and the O’Gormans have all played or still playing with Nenagh Éire Óg. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a hanam.
Well done to Nenagh Handball Club’s Sinéad Meagher and her UL doubles partner Niamh Heffernan who became All Ireland Ladies Open Doubles Intervarcity champions at the weekend.
Hard luck to Nenagh CBS who were narrowly beaten by Árd Scoil Rís in round one of the Harty Cup today. They now play Gaelcholáiste Mhuire an Mhainister Thuaidh on 24th November.
Nenagh Éire Óg were well represented with Dermot McTiernan and Mason Cawley starting and Charlie Cavanagh, Aodhan O’Connor, Keelan Rice and Zac Keller on the panel.
Our Under 9 boys wrapped up their 2021 hurling and football season last Saturday with a fun filled morning in Adventure World Nenagh. Sincere thanks to all the coaches and mentors who looked after the boys all year. Thank you also to the Covid Officers without whom ensuring a safe environment for training and matches would not have been possible. Best wishes to the boys moving up to U11, we’re looking forward to the new boys progressing up from Under 7. Remember to keep the hurley in hand boys over the off season – no doubt we will see most of you over at the Hurling-Wall from time to time over the winter.
Under 9 Boys at their end of season party at Adventure World, Nenagh.
Our under 11s travelled to Na Piarsaigh in Limerick to play in the Conal O’Cahalane tournament. Na Piarsaigh, Clooney Quin, Clonlara and Nenagh Éire Óg took part on the day. Thanks to all the families for coming along to support the boys. A great day was had by all the boys who were treated brilliantly by the host club. Two teams took part and both played 4 games each. Na Piarsaigh were the winners on the day.
Junior B Football panel and mentors following their North Final win at the weekend.
Well done to our Junior Footballers who won the North Junior B Football Final on Saturday last in Nenagh. They defeated Shannon Rovers on a score-line of 2-8 to 1-5 with Adam Healy scoring both our goals, one from the penalty spot. Captain James Mackey accepted the cup after the game from North Board secretary Philip Delaney. The footballers are now preparing for a Co Semi final against mid champions Clonakenny – this game is due to be played on Sunday 14th Nov.
James Mackey accepts the Junior B Football Cup from North Board secretary Philip Delaney.
**An interesting snippet following the Junior B football win at the weekend is that Lenny Ryan, who was on the panel on Saturday, has a unique collection of North Tipperary adult football medals having won Senior (1998), Intermediate (1997), Junior-A (2010) and Junior-B (2021) titles with the club. Surely Lenny is out on his own with this great achievement!!
Hard luck to our Junior A hurlers who lost out in the Co Semi Final to Holycross on Sunday last in Dolla. In tough conditions, in particular in the second half, the lads fought to the very end, grabbing two late goals to keep the game alive to the final whistle. The score in the game was 2-13 to 1-18 with Donnacha Quinn and Cian O’Farrell getting the goals. Thanks to this group of players for their commitment and for the enjoyment they gave us throughout the year. Thanks also to Ger McCarthy and his management team for all their work with the group.
Timber and Turf Auction
We held our first Timber & Turf Auction last weekend which proved to be a great success. Over 30 trailers of timber and turf were auctioned off on Saturday, thanks to all who donated the timber for this. Thanks also to everyone who helped out both in the lead in to Saturday and on the day itself. Finally a big thank you to our auctioneers William Talbot and Michael Gilmartin who did a great job on the day.
Both the timber auction and draw were a One Club initiative, with all three clubs, Senior, Juvenile and Camogie coming together to organise a very successful fundraiser where all clubs benefitted. Well done to everyone who contributed to it’s success.
There was no winner of tonight’s lotto jackpot. The numbers drawn were 3, 6, 7 & 15. This weeks 3 x €50 lucky dip winners are:
- Ger McCarthy, Hawthorns
- Breda Conroy, Rathnaleen
- Sinéad Dolan, Ballycommon
Next week’s lotto jackpot will be €7,600. Thanks to all who regularly support our lotto. If you would like to support our lotto and be in with a chance to win please play online on the link on the club website.
We are now into the second year of our relaunched lotto where the Jackpot has risen from €2,100 to €7,600.
We thank all those who have supported our lotto in this 12 months and we are delighted to see our sales growing, in particular our online sales. Those who opted for the 52 week option last year will have their ticket automatically renewed if the auto renew option was chosen at the time. If the auto renew was not chosen at the time you can now rejoin through the link below:
The 2001 North Final V Borrisileigh and the 2008 All Ireland sevens final V Portroe have recently been uploaded to You Tube and can be accessed through the YouTube link on the website – link below:
Under 9 hurlers had their end of year celebrations last Saturday morning.
Hurling training continues on Tuesday and Friday evenings on the new astro turf and hurling wall.
New members welcome, if anybody wishes to start they can contact us on 0874086439 or through the club social media pages.
Nenagh Éire Óg Timber & Turf Monster Draw and Auction 2021
Thank you to everyone who supported the auction fundraiser last Saturday it was very much appreciated.
The lotto has always been one of our main fundraisers and with our current club developments it is of great importance to us now that everyone continues to row in behind our lotto and we continue to increase the Nenagh Éire Óg online club lotto subscriptions. We are asking our juvenile families and supporters to play our club lotto online. It costs just €2 per week to play safely online and there are different payment plans available.
We are now into the second year of our relaunched lotto where the Jackpot has risen from €2,100 to €7,600. All those who opted in for the 52 week option when our lotto was relaunched last year should note that this ticket has now expired unless you chose the auto renew option. If the auto renew was not chosen at the time you can now rejoin through the link below:
Remember if you’re not in, you can’t win!!