Operation Transformation is a massive success, the juvenile AGM takes place while the camogie club gear up for their Get Fit Challenge. All this and more in this week’s news on the blues
Thanks to everyone who came out for our Operation Transformation walk on Saturday morning in association with the fabulous crew at Tipperary Sports Partnership! Well done to Bartley Ryan and the Healthy Club Project team for their excellent organisation and friendly welcome for all. Thanks also to our Mayor Joe Hannigan, D.J. Mickey Mac for the great tunes and all who helped in any way and a special thank you goes to Geraldine and Áine from Tipperary Sports Partnership. You can continue the walks now on Tuesdays and Thursdays as part of the club walking group. Contact Bartley on 086 735 8359 for more information.
Light Up Your Club
If you enjoyed Operation Transformation and wish to continue the good habits midweek, the Light Up Your Club walk continues every Tuesday and Thursday evenings at 7pm from MacDonagh Park. Absolutely everyone is welcome to participate regardless of fitness levels.
Andrew Corden Cup
Congratulations to Callan Scully and the Tipperary under-20 footballers who captured the Andrew Corden Cup on Saturday, defeating Carlow in the final.
Management Team announced for Seniors
Get Fit for 2020 Challenge with Nenagh Éire Óg
Nenagh Éire Óg Camogie Club would like to welcome any players from under-12s upwards, parents of players and any members of the Nenagh Éire Óg GAA & Camogie Club are welcome to take part. Under-18s will be free of charge. The idea and timing of the sessions is based on allowing parents and members to drop their children to after-school activities and attend the fitness session for an hour to make the most of their time.
There is no need to register in advance, please just show up wearing suitable clothing and bring some water and join the Get Fit for 2020 Challenge.
Juvenile Flag Day
The juvenile club’s flag day takes place next Saturday, January 25th. Please give one hour of your time to help out with this important fundraiser for our youngest members. Please call or text Mel at 087 244 0855 if you can volunteer.
The club has an upcoming vacancy on their Community Employment Scheme
This is a developmental opportunity, no experience necessary. Accredited training will be provided to support your career.
Please contact your local DEASP Employment Services/Intreo Office to check your eligibility and to apply for this vacancy. Vacancy Reference Number will be required. Eligibility to participate on CE is generally linked to those who are 21 years or over and applicants must also be in receipt of a qualifying Irish social welfare payment for 1 year or more.
This role will involve a wide range of duties, including the internal and external management and maintenance of the Éire Óg complex. The job will include responsibility for opening and locking up the complex, and the upkeep of the building and the surrounding area. Examples of work will include: cutting & lining of pitches, strimming & pitch maintenance, general upkeep and cleaning of the premises, painting & decorating, and miscellaneous repairs as required. You will also have responsibility for ordering and purchasing all materials and equipment associated with the above jobs. For further information or to apply for this position please contact DSP Office, 79 Connolly Street, Nenagh, Co. Tipperary – 067 31879.
All of us here in Nenagh Éire Óg wish to commiserate with Borris-Ileigh who were defeated by Ballyhale Shamrocks in the All-Ireland club final in Croke Park today. Borris-Ileigh have been fantastic representatives of the Premier county since they captured the Dan Breen Cup, sweeping all before them in their run to the final. Watching the game it was obvious that every player died with their boots on and left every ounce of energy they had on the Croke Park surface.
This weeks lotto jackpot was not won.
The 5 X €50 lucky dip winners were…..
Mike Reddan, Ardcroney
Martina Slattery, Ballygraigue Est
Mary Duggan, Cluain Chaoin – Online winner
Larry Byrne, Ormond Street
Tony Skehan, Clare