Well done to our Junior A hurlers who defeated Kilruane in the North semi final on Sunday last. The score in the game was 2-23 to 2-12 with Cian Crowley and Billy Moran getting the second half goals. Best of luck to the players and management who take on Borrisileigh in the North Final – this game is due to be played next Saturday at 4.45 in Dolla.
Mark O’Farrell in action against Kilruane last Sunday.
There was no winner of tonight’s lotto jackpot. The numbers drawn were 9, 14, 19 & 22. The 3 x €50 lucky dip winners this weeks are:
- Philip Hickey
- Eoin O’Callaghan, Tyone
- Aidan Healy, Belmont
Next Monday night’s lotto Jackpot will be €7,200. Please support our lotto and play online through the link on the club website.
Pictured below are club stars Donnacha Quinn and Grace O’Brien who took advantage of the extended opportunity to sign up for the new Tipperary Draw. The first draw will now take place on Friday next, October 8th. There are great prizes to be won each month including cars, holidays and cash prizes. And 70% of each ticket sold by the club will go back into the club. Please contact Bartley Ryan at 086 735 8359 to join the draw before next Friday. You can also join through the link below – don’t forget to nominate Nenagh Éire Óg as your club.
The club will be holding a timber and turf auction in the coming weeks. If anyone has timber available for this please contact Shane Hennessy at 087 1387410.
Under 7 boys finished off the year in style with a fun morning on Sunday last with the highlight being the boys beating the coaches in a fiercely contested Tug-of-War.
Well done to all the boys on their brilliant effort throughout the year. Sincere thanks to all the coaches and Covid Officers who made it all possible.
It was so enjoyable seeing all the boys improve throughout the year and the very best wishes to the boys going up to the Under 9 group next year.
U7 Boys in great form following their fun morning last weekend.
Under 9’s played their last football match on Saturday morning last v Ballina. Great performances all around, it was amazing to see how the children have come on so much this season. Thanks to the Under 7’s and Isobel who played on Saturday morning also.
Mid week training sessions for this group are finished for this season. We plan to continue Saturday morning training or matches until the end of the month at which point we will have some end of season fun to close out a superb year.
The plan of action for this group is to concentrate on gaelic football only for the next two weeks in preparation for an upcoming tournament.
We look forward to using the new hurling wall and astro turf over the next few months. New members welcome, if anybody wishes to start they can contact us on 0874086439 or through the club social media pages.
Our Under 13D team qualified for the county final after a very strong performance against Fr. Sheehy’s last Saturday in Clogheen on a score line of 3-6 to 2-1. Well done to all the panel and thanks to the many supporters for making the long journey as it was great to see such a turnout so far from home. We now play Holycross next Sunday in Clonoulty at 1:30. Please come and support the boys on their big day.
Our minors put in a very difficult shift against Carrick Swans last Sunday afternoon in Nenagh. The conditions were really challenging and Carrick were very much up for the tie. Commiserations to this group and their management team. The club are very proud of all this group have achieved this year and for all the enthralling matches they have provided. There are brighter days ahead for this squad and their management team.
Two action shots from the U17 game at the weekend. Thanks to Kevin Liston for providing these great photos.
The Tipperary draw 2021/22 is still open for subscriptions with the first draw now taking place on Friday October 8th so this is the last week to join up and be in with a chance to win some fantastic prizes monthly for the next twelve months. Contact Bartley Ryan on 086 7358359 for any details and to subscribe. Great prizes every month including cars, cash and holidays. Even better news is that €70 from your draw subscription will remain with the club to cover day to day running costs. Your support is very much appreciated.
Work on the new hurling wall is almost complete and it looks amazing. Please remember to stay off the astro until the final works are completed. Everyone will be notified when the hurling wall and astro are available for use by club members.
Any remaining donations can be paid over to your fundraising representative. Any remaining tax forms associated with your donation should be given to your fundraising representative along with detail of the names you wish to have included on the club development jigsaw wall.
The lotto has always been one of our main fundraisers and with our current club developments it is of great importance to us now that everyone continues to row in behind our lotto and we continue to increase the Nenagh Éire Óg online club lotto subscriptions. We are asking our juvenile families and supporters to play our club lotto online. It costs just €2 per week to play safely online and there are different payment plans available. If your not in, you cant win! The Jackpot is now at an attractive €7,100.
Please choose the ‘auto-renew’ option and also help family members who may not have an online presence to join. The link to join is available on the clubs web page so please sign up now and you will be included in the next draw.
Eleanor Boland, Josie Mackey, Tanya Beattie, Gráinne Beattie, Deirdre Ní Loinsigh and Tom Boland during the presentation to the Children’s Ark at UHL. The money was raised at the swap shop held over the summer plus a donation from the weekly lotto.
The Children’s Ark, UHL to benefit from Club fundraiser
Éire Óg Camogie Committee were delighted to present the funds (€1500) raised for the Children’s Ark, UHL to Gráinne Beattie at the Club on Saturday last. €1000 was raised at the gear swap shop event at the end of the summer and CLG Éire Óg an Aonaigh kindly made a further contribution of €500 from Club lotto funds. This joint inititative from the camogie and hurling clubs was a great success. We’d like to thank Gráinne for getting behind the event. The team at the Children’s Ark are absolutely delighted with this boost to their fundraising efforts and are really grateful for Gráinne’s involement too. Treise leat, a Ghráinne!
Gráinne Beattie delighted to receive the fundraising cheque to donate to The Children’s Ark, UHL
The Seniors made the short trip to Kilcoleman on Saturday evening for their Championship match against Burgess-Duharra. The home team proved to be too strong for the Nenagh girls on this occasion. Alanna Morris, Grace O’Brien and Ruth Hassett put in strong performances for the seniors. Training Tuesdays and Thursdays at 6p.m. Check out our Facebook page to see some great action shots from the match taken by Enda O’Sullivan.
Éabha O’Brien and Alanna Morris in action against Burgess Duharra in the senior championship game last weekend.
The U15s first game v Thurles was postponed and the team are now due to play Portroe away next weekend, details to follow. Training Monday and Thursday at 6.30pm.
Training continues Mondays and Thursdays at 6:00pm
Under 10’s have finished training on pitch. The girls will be starting on hurling wall in next week or two. The Under 10’s had a great day at Festival of Camogie in Dr Morris Park on Sunday and really enjoyed the prematch parade and played very well in all of their games.
The Under 8s attended the Festival of Camogie on Sunday in Dr Morris Park. There was great colour from the Nenagh contingent with banners and flags for the parade. The girls played well in all of their matches against clubs from all around the County. It was the final day for our U7 girls -2014 and we look forward to welcoming them back next spring. Thanks to all the girls who came to training each week putting in a great effort. Thanks to Niall and Kieran for all the coaching and Áine, Claire and Pauric for their dedication all season as well as Siobhan, Eva and Melanie who helped throughout the year. We will be in touch with our 2013 girls later in the week with our plans for the next few weeks.
The Under 6s training will finish up this Thursday. Please bring the girls along for the final session of the season where we’ll present them with medals to mark a great season of camogie with Nenagh Éire Óg.
Some of the Flag Day volunteers from last Saturday for the Camogie Club.