Congratulations to St. Mary’s Nenagh and best wishes to four Nenagh Éire Óg players involved in colleges’ finals tomorrow
Congratulations go to St. Mary’s Nenagh who have qualified for the All-Ireland senior-B final following a great 1-8 to 1-6 win over Dominican College, Dublin in Na Fianna’s grounds this afternoon. Nenagh Éire Óg are represented on the panel by Niamh Sheridan, Ciara Sherlock, Megan Grace, Lucy Spain, Caroline Browne and Rachel O’Connor.
If you would like to download the match programme from today’s game please click here.
Tomorrow a number of our players are involved in third-level camogie finals.
Aislinn O’Brien will represent Trinity College Dublin in the Fr. Meagher Cup final against IT Tralee at 12 noon while Ruth Hassett is part of the NUI Maynooth side that will play in the Purcell Cup final at 2pm against NUI Galway.
The prestigious Ashbourne Cup will leave a lot of Nenagh Éire Óg supporters confused as to who to shout for as Grace O’Brien (UL) and Hazel McAuliffe (UCC) will be on opposite sides as University of Limerick play University College Cork in the final at 4pm. These two sides have met in the last three Ashbourne Cup finals while in the 2017 final Grace created her own piece of history by becoming the first Nenagh Éire Óg player to win this competition. She won her second last year.
We had another connection to the Ashbourne Cup competition this weekend as Mike Ryan was the man in the middle in the semi-final between Waterford Institute of Technology and University College Cork.
All games take place in Mallow tomorrow.