A reminder to all our players, mentors and supporters that membership for 2021 is now due and can be paid online via the link above. Membership can also be paid by contacting Club Registrar Enda Long at 087 2213954 or any Club Officer. The rates remain the same for 2021 with Full membership at €50 and €30 for Student/OAP/Unemployed. Juvenile membership is also €30 and Family options are available.
We are appealing to our players in particular to pay their membership over the coming weeks before the return to training which hopefully will take place in the near future.
Well done to everyone who has signed up for the Every Step Counts challenge – while we have surpassed the target of 4,000km, the challenge continues until 3rd March. It’s not too late to join in the challenge, just simply download the app, sign up to the Nenagh Eire Og team and join in the walking for the next month.
Thanks to all our volunteers who are helping out with our Level 5 Community response and thanks to Bartley Ryan for coordinating this. A reminder that if any member of our community requires support during these difficult times please contact our Community Covid Officer, Bartley Ryan, on 086 735 8359 and a member of our club will be only too delighted to come to your assistance.
Similarly, if any member of our club wants to volunteer to help out please contact Bartley and your name will be added to our response team.
Bartley Ryan pictured at Finnerty’s Pharmacy while volunteering during the restrictions last summer.
Deirdre O’Connor, a Leitrim native living in Nenagh and member of Nenagh Éire Óg Camogie Club & Committee is supporting Leitrim’s GAA Fundraiser this January. Leitrim supporters all around the world are running, walking or soloing 50 miles in January to get fitter but also raise funds.
Deirdre’s brother, Donncha Lynch, (Clan na Gael Club, Sydney) is one of the leaders in the Challenge. Donncha’s nieces, Róise (13) and Sailí O’Connor (10) along with their friends Grace (11) and Lucy-Anne Cleary (9), all Camogie players with Nenagh Éire Óg have been running three times a week to complete the 50 miles.
Isabel (15) and Niamh O’Connor (10), cousins of Róise and Sailí, who have recently moved to Nenagh from Panama, have also finished the 50 miles and seen and trained in frost and snow for the first time in their lives! They hope to join up with Nenagh Éire Óg Camogie Club for the upcoming season.