Junior B Football
Best of luck to our Junior B Footballers who play mid champions,Clonakenny, in the Co semi-final next weekend. This game is fixed for next Sunday at 12.30 in the Ragg. Tickets are available online for this game at the link below:
The North U21 championship is due to start the weekend of Nov 20th/21st. There are seven teams in the U21A championship and the draw for this will take place next Friday evening – the draw will be live on North Tipp GAA Twitter at 8.15pm approx. This Championship will be straight knock out.
Congratulations to John Moylan, Rathnaleen who won €1,000 in the Tipperary Draw which took place last Friday night. The next draw will be held on Fri 3rd Dec.
There was no winner of tonight’s lotto jackpot. The numbers drawn were 19, 24, 28 & 29. This week’s 3 x €50 lucky dip winners are:
- John Quirke
- Louise O’Halloran, c/o Rohans
- Tanya Beattie
Next week’s lotto jackpot will be €7,700. To be in with a chance to win please play our lotto online on the club website.
We are now into the second year of our relaunched lotto where the Jackpot has risen from €2,100 to €7,700. All those who opted in for the 52 week option when our lotto was relaunched last year should note that this ticket has now expired unless you chose the auto renew option. If the auto renew was not chosen at the time you can now rejoin through the link below:
We extend our sympathies to the family of Kathleen O’Brien who passed away last week. Kathleen’s grandchildren, the Flynns and the O’Gormans have all played or still playing with Nenagh Éire Óg. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a hanam.
Well done to Nenagh Handball Club’s Sinéad Meagher and her UL doubles partner Niamh Heffernan who became All Ireland Ladies Open Doubles Intervarcity champions at the weekend.
Hard luck to Nenagh CBS who were narrowly beaten by Árd Scoil Rís in round one of the Harty Cup today. They now play Gaelcholáiste Mhuire an Mhainister Thuaidh on 24th November.
Nenagh Éire Óg were well represented with Dermot McTiernan and Mason Cawley starting and Charlie Cavanagh, Aodhan O’Connor, Keelan Rice and Zac Keller on the panel.
Our Under 9 boys wrapped up their 2021 hurling and football season last Saturday with a fun filled morning in Adventure World Nenagh. Sincere thanks to all the coaches and mentors who looked after the boys all year. Thank you also to the Covid Officers without whom ensuring a safe environment for training and matches would not have been possible. Best wishes to the boys moving up to U11, we’re looking forward to the new boys progressing up from Under 7. Remember to keep the hurley in hand boys over the off season – no doubt we will see most of you over at the Hurling-Wall from time to time over the winter.
Under 9 Boys at their end of season party at Adventure World, Nenagh.
Our under 11s travelled to Na Piarsaigh in Limerick to play in the Conal O’Cahalane tournament. Na Piarsaigh, Clooney Quin, Clonlara and Nenagh Éire Óg took part on the day. Thanks to all the families for coming along to support the boys. A great day was had by all the boys who were treated brilliantly by the host club. Two teams took part and both played 4 games each. Na Piarsaigh were the winners on the day.