This week at Nenagh Éire Óg..
There was no winner of this weeks lotto Jackpot. The numbers drawn were 3, 6, 11, 31.
The 3x €50 Lucky dip winners were:
1. John O’ Connell, Carey Glass
2. James Cullen, 40 Noel Tomlinson
3. Fionnuala Maher, Rathenny Cloughjordan
Check out the link below to be included in our next draw, not to be missed!!
Lotto tickets are now also available in Centra, JKCs, Andys, The HiB, Rohans and Cleary’s Daybreak. Tickets can also be bought from any Committee member, including the option to buy for multiple draws.
Next week our lotto draw will take place on Tuesday the 6th of February. The jackpot will be €10,500, get your tickets before next Tuesday, as it could be you!
Healthy Club Project
Well done to everyone for joining our Ireland Lights Up walks organised by Nenagh Éire Óg. It’s wonderful to see regular and new faces to our GAA club. Our next walk is Thursday the 1st of February for take-off at 7pm from the complex. There’s no charge but registration is required. Wrap up well, wear a Hi- Vis or reflective gear. Spread the word and bring someone else along next week.
Well done to Jake Morris and Barry Heffernan who were part of the Tipperary Senior squad who beat Limerick in the Dillon Quirke foundation challenge game. Well done to all involved in this occasion.
The Tipperary captains have also been named. Jake will join Ronan Maher as vice captain for the Tipperary Senior Hurling squad. Congratulations Jake on this great achievement.
We would like to wish Nenagh CBS the very best of luck as they take on Ardscoil Rís in the Dr. Harty Cup Final this Saturday in Cusack Park, Ennis.
Best of luck to Nenagh Éire Óg players, Aodhán O’ Connor, Cian Connolly, Eoin Garrigan, Mason Cawley, Zack Keller, Billy O’ Brien and Emmet Jones.
All the best to their panel members and their coaching group as they take to the field in search of Harty Cup Glory. All support welcomed.
Medals Presentation Night
Saturday evening, we held our Juvenile Club medal presentation night. Sincere thanks to our excellent MC on the night, Juvenile club secretary John Kennedy.
Thanks also to Kevin Coonan who was our Juvenile Club special guest on the night who presented the boys with their medals from the 2023 season where our U15s won a county feile title and our U13s won a North Tipp title. 25 years ago, last year Kevin captained Tipperary junior footballers to an All-Ireland title and it was very fitting that Kevin was on hand to distribute our football medals this evening.
Thank you to everyone who came together and rowed in from all aspects of the club to make this evening the resounding success it was, well done to everyone in the Nenagh GAA underage family, Éire Óg Abú!
Kevin Coonan presentation
Congratulations from the Nenagh Éire Óg Juvenile club to Kevin Coonan from Nenagh Éire Óg, who 25 years ago last year captained Tipperary to All Ireland Junior football title success. To mark this anniversary Kevin was presented with a plaque by Juvenile Club Secretary John Kennedy as part of Saturday evenings medals presentation night.
Congratulations to Kevin and his team mates on their magnificent achievement, hopefully this will inspire the children to dream big and recognise that great achievements are possible in football at Nenagh Éire Óg.
Our Camogie Club presentation was held Saturday evening. Thanks to James O’ Dwyer who gave an overview of the Camogie Clubs accomplishments in 2023. Special guests on the night were Nenagh Éire Óg & Tipperary stars Grace O’Brien and Rachel Maher. Thanks to both Grace and Rachel for coming along and making the evening even more special by presenting the girls with their medals.
The camogie teams presented with medals for their 2023 accomplishments were the Under 12 Plate winners, announced by Cyril Bailey, the Under 13 League Silver Cup Winners announced by David Peters, the Under 14A Plate winners also announced by David Peters and finally the Under 16B league runners up announced by Michael Cleary. Well done and congratulations to all the girls and their families.
GAA Healthy Club Project
Ireland Lights Up Walking Series 2024
Our deepest sympathies to Criona and Tom Boland on the passing of Criona’s mother Mrs Marie Tynan. May she Rest in Peace.