There was no winner of the Lotto Jackpot on Tuesday 6th April. The numbers drawn were 1, 3, 12 & 22.
The ten supplementary draw entrants are:
1. Aidan Ryan
2. Ger Crotty
3. Ann Kennedy (Tullaheady)
4. Pamela Ryan
5. Christopher Ryan
6. Noreen Flynn
7. Anthony Whyte
8. Joe Ryan (Dromineer)
9. Darren Hogan
10. Michelle Ryan
Next week’s lotto Jackpot is €4,600. We thank you for continuing to support our lotto and ask those that have not yet signed up or who may have cancelled their auto renew during the recent suspension of the lotto to please sign up today – the link to join is on the home page of the Club Website.
Membership for 2021 is now due and while the deadline has been extended past the 31st March we are asking that all our players and supporters please pay their membership now.
Foireann is the new GAA registration system and while membership should still be paid through Clubforce or to any Committee member, members must set up their own registration on Foireann.ie. Please follow the steps below to complete this registration process:
1. Go to foireann.ie. If you have previously used the Returntoplay system from last year, your existing username and password will work. If you have not used Returntoplay, you can register a new profile.
2. You will then be sent an email by Foireann to the email address you used to register your account. Click the link in this email to verify your account.
3. This link will bring you back to Foireann where you fill in the remaining details to your account.
This must be completed by all our members ASAP but in particular by our players who will not be covered for Injury support unless they have completed this.
Follow the link below for an instructional video on how to sign up.
We extend our sympathies to the family of Michael Nagle who passed away last week. Michael was a lifelong supporter of Nenagh Eire Og who, with his family, attended Club games regularly over the years. The Nagle family have been involved in all aspects of the Club, his son Jim is a former Chairman of the senior club while his other son Noel has been involved in coaching with the camogie club. His grandchildren also played both hurling and camogie with the club. To his wife Peggy, sons Jim and Noel, daughter Marie and the extended Nagle family we offer our sincere sympathies. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam.
Irish Life Healthy Club Donation
In recognition of our role in the GAA’s Community Response to Covid 19, we recently received a grant through the GAA’s Healthy Club Project in association with Irish Life and we acknowledge with thanks receipt of this. In the midst of the Covid 19 pandemic the club’s role as a community support system came to the fore, helping people when they needed it the most. The Healthy Club Project is supported by Healthy Ireland, the HSE, the National Office for Suicide Prevention and Irish Life. The award-winning project aims to transform clubs into hubs for health in their communities and Nenagh Eire Og are delighted to be part of this project.
Following a great response to our Easter Draw last week, we are delighted to announce that the winner of the €100 voucher for JKC Toymaster is Kevin Flynn. A large number signed up to be part of our mailing list and we will keep you all up to date on the progress of the developments in MacDonagh Park over the coming months.
We are delighted that our club lotto is back up and running. With restrictions still in place, we are asking our juvenile families and supporters to make every effort to play our lotto online. It costs just €2 per week to play safely online and there are different payment plans available. If you’re not in, you can’t win!
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.
The lotto has always been one of our main fundraisers and with work on the first phase of the proposed developments in MacDonagh Park due to begin over the coming weeks it is of vital importance to us now that everyone continues to row in behind our lotto and we continue to increase the online subscriptions to our club lotto.
Ní neart go cur le chéile.
Club membership is now due and can be paid either via Clubforce or to any committee member. All families are asked to complete registration with www.Foireann.ie as soon as possible and details of how to complete this process have been shared via the various juvenile WhatsApp groups. Your co operation in getting these registrations complete is greatly appreciated.
As we welcome the recent government announcements which will allow the return to play for underages from the 26th of April, we are putting plans in place to welcome all our underage teams back to our pitches.
In order to prepare for this we would like to remind you that membership is due and for insurance purposes all players need to be registered members. Membership can can be paid at the following link:
➡️ Nenagh Camogie
➡️ Membership option
We hope to bring the U6s back a couple of weeks after the U8s and upwards return first.
As we prepare to Return to Play we will require a number of COVID Officers for each team. Please let your Manager/mentor know of you are interested in supporting your childs team by performing this role.
Tipperary Sports Partnership TikTok Challenge
Tipperary Sports Partnership have launched a new challenge with help from Tipperary native and Dancing with stars contestant Dayl Cronin.
The challenge will be a dance routine and by participating there is a chance for prizes to be won by Tipperary based schools, sports clubs and youth groups (see attached).
The challenge dance video was launched last Friday the 26th March and entries can be submitted up until the 30th April 2021.
The challenge can be completed by anyone in any format and participants can chose to follow the video or put their own style to it. The challenge can be completed in small groups if desired but we ask that when completing the challenge that participants are adhering to Covid 19 and social distancing guidelines.
The main aim of the challenge is for participants to have a bit of fun, maybe learn a few new dance moves and to spread a positive message around Tipperary.
If you have any questions or require more information please follow Tipperary Sports Partnership social media where they will be releasing more info over the coming days or visit our website www.tipperarysports.ie