This week at Nenagh Éire Óg..
Club membership for 2024 is now open for new and existing members. Membership can be given to any committee member or team manager.
All memberships can now also be paid online through the Foireann System https://www.foireann.ie/
For all membership FAQ’s check this link below:
There was no winner of this weeks lotto Jackpot. The numbers drawn were 2, 15, 27 and 32
The 3x €50 Lucky dip winners were:
1. Eamon Spillane, Richmond
2. Philip Kennedy, Crecora, Co Limerick
3. Jim Kennedy, Melrose
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 Monday the 12th of February. The jackpot will be €10,600, get your tickets before next Monday 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 8th 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 hurling team who overcame Dublin in the first round of the Allianz hurling league. Congratulations to Jake who was awarded Man of the Match for his performance. They take on Galway in the second round this Sunday.
Congratulations to Nenagh CBS on their historic win in the Harty Cup final. They overcame Ardscoil Rís in a thrilling game, with a last minute goal being the decider. Congratulations to the team, management and everyone involved. There was 7 Nenagh Éire Óg hurlers on the panel, Aodhán O’ Connor, Cian Connolly, Eoin Garrigan, Mason Cawley, Zack Keller, Billy O’ Brien and Emmet Jones. Well done to the lads on being apart of this achievement.
We extend our sympathies to our Club President Jimmy Morris and to all the Morris and Thompson family on the sad passing of Trish Morris Thompson. Although living abroad for a long number of years, Trish continued to be a loyal supporter to Nenagh Éire Óg. Ar dheis De go raibh a hanam.
Our new season will start on Wednesday Feb 7th with our first training session on the hurling wall. Training will be on Wednesday nights from 6-7pm. This group is for girls born in 2012 and 2013. If you know any girls that would like to give it a go they are very welcome to come along. Looking forward to getting started and having a great year’s Camogie for the girls. Kieran: 0876233660
GAA Healthy Club Project
Strength Class Series for women, hosted by Nenagh Éire Óg Camogie Club in association with the GAA Healthy Club Project will continue on Monday evenings 18:50-19:50. Due to popular demand, this initiative will be running for 6 weeks until the 12th February for females of all ages for €12 per session. Beginners and new participants are very welcome to join us in the coming weeks and all that is needed is an exercise mat to improve your physical health.
Ireland Lights Up Walking Series 2024
Another great GAA Healthy Club initiative continues this Thursday 08th February at 6:50pm.
These are community walks for all ages and levels of ability. The programme targets anyone interested in getting fitter; learning some new safe walking routes around Nenagh, making new friends, establishing some good healthy habits early in the new year and learning about what goes on at Nenagh Éire Óg! Hi-Vis/Reflective gear is required. We will meet at MacDonagh Park each Thursday with the final community walk taking place on the 15th Feb 24.
For any further details please see our social media or contact Deirdre O’Connor, Healthy Club Officer: firstname.lastname@example.org