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.
National Clubs Draw
Over the coming weeks the club will be selling tickets for the National Clubs Draw. Once again the top prize this year is a car with many other great prizes to be won. Tickets cost €10 and are available through the senior, camogie and juvenile clubs. All support for this draw is greatly appreciated.
There was no winner of this week’s lotto jackpot. The numbers drawn were 5, 19, 23 & 25
The 3 X €50 lucky dip winners this week are:
- Pat Walsh, 23 Clonaslee
- John Guest, Cudville Green
- Niall O’Kennedy, Church Rd
Congrats to our winners.
Next week’s lotto Jackpot will be €5,400.
As the lotto starts again in 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 a spring clean this week.
We are asking for any donations of Hurleys and Helmets that may be lying around at home. These items can be brought to the Complex any evening this week between 7pm and 9pm – there will be a box at the door of the complex where they can be dropped.
All Hurleys will be modified and cleaned up and distributed to the schools in town.
Every Step Counts Challenge/Ireland Lights Up Walks
The Every Step Counts challenge and Ireland Lights Up Walks will continue to run over the coming weeks. You can take part in the Every Step Counts challenge by downloading the MyLife App and register under Nenagh Éire Óg. This challenge will run until 15th February so there’s still plenty of time to join and help us reach the target.
The club’s Ireland Lights Up walks are continuing with the walk on again this Thurs evening at 7pm from the Complex, please wear a Hi Vis. So join in both challenges and let’s get walking for 2023.
Bord na nÓg Medal Presentation
North Tipp Bórd na nÓg medal presentation took place last Friday night in MacDonagh Park Complex. Nenagh Éire Óg was represented on the night by James Heffernan and Éanna Tucker who were both on the Peadar Cummins winning group, Aodhán Tucker who was on the Rodger Ryan group and Sam O’Farrell, captain of our U17 North winners. Well done to all.
Peadar Cummins and Rodger Ryan groups after receiving their medals last Fri evening.
Sam O’Farrell captain of the U17 North winning team pictured with Jerome Cahill at the North Bord na nÓg medal presentation.
Nenagh CBS – All Ireland Basketball Champions
Code of Ethics, Conduct and Practice and Respect Documents
As training will recommence over the coming weeks for all groups, it is timely to remind all associated with the club of the two very important club documents which were re-launched in early December – the Code of Ethics, Conduct and Practice Document and the Respect Document – both of these documents are now available on our club website at the link below:
CBS Open Night
Well done to juvenile player Cian Ryan who won the competition organised by the Nenagh CBS Harty Cup panel at the CBS Open Night on Thursday night last. Cian won a competition to see how many times a player could roll lift a sliotar in 30 seconds and is pictured below being presented with his prize by Kieran Grace and Nenagh Éire Óg player Filip McIntyre.