The medal presentation for the victorious teams of 2022 was held last Friday night in the Hi B where the North senior hurling champions and U19 footballers received their medals.
A presentation was also made to the senior management group on the night. Thanks to Martin Morris and all in the Hi B for facilitating this great night.
U19 Footballers and Senior Hurlers with their management teams
Above – Senior management group Johnny Kelly, Timmy Dalton, Noel Maloney and Seamus Cleary. Below – Noel Maloney (manager), Barry Heffernan (captain) and Conor Ryan (vice-Captain) with Club President Jimmy Morris.
Above – Filip and Adrian McIntyre with the senior and U19 winning cups and below – Maloney & Heffernan brothers with Jake and Jimmy Morris.
Co Senior League
The seniors have their first competitive game of the year next weekend with the start of the Co senior hurling league. Our first game is against JK Brackens – this game will take place on Friday morning next, 17th March, at 10.30am in MacDonagh Park.
Well done to Jake Morris on his Man of the Match performance in Tipp’s win over Waterford last weekend.
Jake scored a hat trick with his goals coming at crucial times in the game and he received the TG4 Man of the Match award for his fine performance. On the night when tributes were paid to the late Mick Burns and a minute’s silence was observed in his memory, it was fitting that Jake came away with this award.
A link to the Man of the Match presentation below and interviews with Jake and Noel McGrath.
Jake Morris, hat-trick hero, and Noel McGrath ó Thiobraid Árann tar éis an bhua ar Phort Láirge.@TipperaryGAA @GAA_BEO @AllianzIreland
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All in Nenagh Éire Óg send best wishes to Nenagh Ormond in their Munster Senior Challenge Cup Final on Thursday next against Young Munster in Thomond Park.
The Junior A Football Championship is now due to start on Sunday 26th March – we are due to play Kilruane MacDonaghs in Round 1 with Roscrea the other team in our group. Fixture details to follow next week.
North Leagues and Championships
The North Board have outlined the start dates for their hurling leagues and championships as follows:
- North Junior A League – 19th May
- North Junior A Championship – 7th July
- North Junior B League – 6th May
- North Junior B Championship – 17th June
The U19 Championships will provisionally start at the end of June – this date will depend on Tipperary’s progression in the Minor Championship.
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
Thanks to all those who availed of our membership offers last year, your payment/membership details will now be updated on Foireann.
Club Members Whatsapp Groups
If you are not already on our club members whatsapp group and would like to be added, please contact 086 085 5165 or 087 1336024 with your details and you will be included. All club activities, fixtures etc are communicated to club members through this Whatsapp group.
There was no winner of this week’s lotto jackpot. The numbers drawn were 8, 15, 21 & 26.
The 3 X €50 lucky dip winners this week are:
- Kevin Tucker, Richmond
- Aodhan Geaney, Yewston
- Shane Connolly, Five Alley
Congrats to our winners.
Next week’s lotto Jackpot will be €6,100 and the draw will take place on Monday 20th March.
As the lotto continues into 2023, we thank everyone for continuing to support our lotto. If you have not yet joined the lotto or if your ticket has recently expired (check recent emails from Clubforce to check status of your ticket), please consider signing up again – it is our main fundraiser and contributes enormously to the day to day running of the club.
And the lotto can now be played in the following businesses in the town:
THE 44 BAR
So look out for our new lotto boxes in these places where you can buy your lotto tickets each week and they will be included in the next lotto draw.
Nenagh Éire Óg are running an Easter Gaelic Games Camp, this is open to boys and girls up to 12 years and takes place on April 4th, 5th & 6th from 10am to 1pm. Cost is €40 per child, please contact Niall at 087 4086439 for further information or to book.
Éire Ógres are back on Saturday April 22nd, please spread the word in schools, after school, creches, to neighbours, friends and family. Looking to get our biggest number of Little Ógres Stars enrolled & having loads of fun over the 4 weeks.
Nenagh Éire Óg Gaelic Games Youth Academy
The 2023 Nenagh Éire Óg Gaelic Games Youth Academy proudly sponsored by Albany Home Decor Nenagh & A Sportsmans Dream is underway and we welcome new boys to join in and give hurling and football a try.
Contact club social media with any queries.
Under 13 Football
The u13 A & D panels got their 2023 football league underway last weekend when the boys played Ballina at home in both grades, the A’s had a win and the D’s lost narrowly. The A, C & D teams are out in action in Saturday March 18th v Newport in Newport at 2.30 and 3.30, all support welcome.
The U13 boys went over to Thurles on Saturday night last to support Jake and the Tipperary team, it was a terrific occasion for the boys, thanks to the coaches for organising.
Nenagh Éire Óg U13 group with Man of the Match, Jake Morris in Semple Stadium last Sat evening.
Congratulations to the Nenagh Eire Og U13 boys who were involved in the U13 rugby league final win v Shannon RFC at the weekend – Anluan, Harry, Robbie & Marcus.
Training is back on the Club Astro at 6pm each Monday, new members are always welcome.
Both of our under 14 teams began their respective championships with losses.
Our first team travelled to Boherlahan on Saturday where we came up against a very strong and skilful home side. Our girls battled all the way through but came away with a heavy defeat.
Team 2 made a very long trip to Ballylooby to play Brian Borus on Saturday evening. This is a young team who were facing much bigger opposition, but they didn’t take a backward step, blocking and tackling like demons. Borus were the stronger team however and took their scores well to run out easy winners.
Under 14 – Team 2 – Brian Boru Ballylooby
Both teams play next Sunday 19th. Team 2 are away to Holycross at 2pm, while Team 1 are at home to Slieve Felim at 5pm.
Training continues on Monday and Thursday 7-8pm.
Nenagh Éire Óg Gaelic Games Youth Academy for Girls and Boys
Our U16 girls begin their county league campaign with a home game vs Newport on Saturday 18th at 11am. Training continues on Wednesday 7-8pm.
Our first match of the year is next Friday morning St Patrick’s day at home to Knockavilla in the league. Training next Wednesday.
Camogie membership is due to be paid by 17th March – details below of how to pay this through Foireann.
Contact Camogie Club Registrar, Caitriona Cleary at 086 815 5256 for any questions on membership.