A reminder to please complete the health questionnaire each morning of the camp. A number of people still haven’t added “Cúl Camp” to their Foireann profile and will not be allowed to enter if they don’t. It will speed up admission hugely if people can complete it before 9.00 each morning as completed names are recorded on the roll rather than delaying checking the phone.
Each day the roll call will be taken at the entry to the inside field. There is a fence set up for people to queue in an orderly and socially distant fashion. Any adults, please wear a face covering at drop off and collection times. Collections will take place at the same place. We will ask older siblings to bring younger ones out with them. The youngest groups will be last out and handed over to parents. Please be extremely vigilant in the car park. Parking on the road may be necessary also due to the large numbers.
The camp starts at 10.00 each day and finishes at 14.00. There are two short breaks for the children to have a healthy pack lunch and plenty of water. Please encourage the children to use the bins provided.
Please ensure the children have raincoats or change of top. Usual equipment for hurling, football – helmet, hurl, shin guards, gumshield, etc.
Any parent that can volunteer to help out please text Niall, anyone with availability for Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday would be very welcome.
Éire Óg Juvenile Club will be running a Swap Shop for Éire Óg gear in July. All funds raised will go to The Children’s Ark Paediatric Unit at University Hospital, Limerick. Families and players are asked to pull out & wash any club gear that is no longer being used but still in good condition.
Please contact Sinead with any gear you may have for the Swap Shop on 087 636 0532. Please attach a label stating the age group/size on each item. No boots or socks please. Alternatively, gear can be left in the designated tub at the Éire Óg Cúl Camp by Thursday morning. Gear should be in good condition & washed!
The Swap Shop will take place from 13:00-14:00 on Thursday 15th July at McDonagh Park. Items will go fast! All interested in taking gear are asked to donate to The Children’s Ark Paediatric Unit at University Hospital, Limerick. All contributions to our fundraising efforts are welcome on the day – there is no obligation to take gear!
All attending the Swap Shop are reminded that Covid guidelines must be strictly adhered to.
Training continues every Saturday morning from 10 – 11am. Anyone else interested in joining Under 5 training please contact Erica on 0868774496. Please make contact as soon as you can as an online health questionnaire needs to be completed before taking part.
Training continues on Tuesday evening, 6-7 pm and Saturday mornings from 10-11am.
No Under 9 hurling training for mid week sessions this week due to the number of children participating in Cúl camp. Training continues
We continue to have over 30 at each training. Please keep up the good attendance, matches are now underway and bring a great dynamic to
developing these great youngsters. Great to see new boys joining who are always more than welcome.
The Under 11 hurling Championship commenced with gusto as our three Under 11 teams went into action at the weekend with their first round
games. Our Nenagh Blues team played and defeated Roscrea in Roscrea in what was a very exciting and skillful match. The Éire Óg team
followed directly afterwards also against Roscrea in Roscrea however, the result didn’t go Nenagh’s way on this occasion despite it being a
hugely competitive game. The third team – Nenagh Navy played Kilruane in Cloughjordan on Sunday evening where Kilruane came out on top in a tight game.
No Under 11 mid week training this week due to the majority of children already attending Cúl camp for the week.
Next weekend all three teams will be out in round two matches against Kilruane and Portroe. Keep an eye on the WhatsApp group for further
details. New players are always welcome for either code. Great to see new faces joining over the last few weeks and we look forward to seeing
more new boys.
Under 13D footballers were defeated by Toomevara in the North final last Tuesday evening in a very competitive game, well done to the boys on a great run and great performances throughout the championship.
The Under 13 hurling championship commenced last week where we played Kilruane in both A and D recording a win and a draw.
The U13D group were due to play Portroe in Portroe on Mon evening while both groups were due to play Newport on Tuesday evening in Nenagh.
Training continues as normal this week, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday evenings.
The Under 15s will play Silvermines on Thursday evening at 7.30 in Dolla while training continues for hurling and football on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
The Under 17s played their first hurling championship game of the year against Roscrea Monday evening in Nenagh where they lost out on a scoreline of 2-16 to 1-12. Training continues for this group every Monday, Wednesday and Friday.