Although the junior A team narrowly missed out on the league semi-finals the Éire Óg junior B and senior teams are in action this week while the countdown is well and truly on to the Blues 10K & Fun Run/Walk which returns to the streets of Nenagh on Sunday, June 14th.
Senior: On Sunday, May 31st in Dolla at 7.30pm Nenagh Éire Óg will face Templederry Kenyons in the second round of the Hibernian Inn North Tipperary Senior Hurling Championship. The lads are working hard in preparation for this contest and would appreciate your support.
Junior A: Despite winning with ten points to spare (1-22 to 1-12) against Knockshegowna in Ballingarry on Sunday afternoon the Nenagh Éire Óg junior A team narrowly missed out on a place in the league semi-finals. The Blues were presented with a walkover from Borris-Ileigh and thereby finished third in their group on four points and missed out on a league semi-final place while Roscrea (five points) and Toomevara (five points) progressed to the last four. The first round of the junior A hurling championship is scheduled to take place on the week-ending June 21st. This year the team is managed by Greg Browne (manager), Con Morris, Michael Ryan and Conor Ryan. To read a report on the ten-point win over Knockshegowna please see the club website.
Junior B: The Blues have just one group game to play against Shannon Rovers in the Watch Centre North Tipperary Junior B Hurling League – that game is scheduled to take place on Friday, May 29th in Ballinderry at 8pm. The lads would appreciate your support for this contest.
Minor A: The first round of games is expected to be played on Wednesday, July 1st or Thursday, July 2nd. John Manley’s Nenagh Éire Óg team have been drawn in group one alongside Roscrea, Newport Gaels, Borris-Ileigh and Portroe.
The Blues 10K: The Blues 10K & Fun Run/Walk will return to the streets of Nenagh on Sunday, June 14th (10.30am). The event will be hosted this year in aid of the North Tipperary Hospice. Entry to the 10K run is priced at €15 (€12 pre-registered online), entry to the 5K run is priced at €10 and entry to the 5K for walkers is priced at €5 per family. Prizes: €100 for the first-placed male and female competitor in the 10K, €50 for the second-placed male and female and €25 for the third-placed male and female competitors. There will also be a series of spot prizes for runners and walkers. Please contact Shane Connolly 087 637 3830 for further information. A facility to pre-register online has now been added to the club website. Please check out the club website for more information. You can register for the 10K by clicking here.
Check out all the photos from last year’s event – click here!
Healthy Club Project: The Nenagh Éire Óg Healthy Club Project team are asking members of the club and the community to complete a simple online questionnaire. The aim of the questionnaire is to gather the views of the community in order to ascertain what impact the Healthy Club Project has had on them. To complete the anonymous questionnaire please click here.
Fantasy Football: The Nenagh Éire Óg Fantasy Football League concluded on Sunday afternoon with Paul Burke taking the honours on 2,221 points – second Kevin Flannery (2,133), third Lenny Ryan (2,095), fourth Niall Madden (2,085), fifth Conor Kirwan (2,064), sixth Barry Heffernan (2,063), seventh Alan Kelly (2,050), eighth Dean Ray (2,045), ninth David Hackett (2,042), 10th Paddy Flynn (2,026), 11th Noel Maloney (1,990), 12th Conor Delaney (1,972), 13th Liam Ryan (1,969), 14th Brian McDonnell (1,967), 15th David Burke (1,957), 16th Kevin Flynn (1,930), 17th Paddy Shoer (1,928), 18th Conor Malone (1,914), 19th Stevie Ryan (1,905) & 20th Willie Bolger (1,875).
Fixtures: Please keep a close eye on the club website and on the club’s various social media channels for all the latest updates on fixtures and results.
Last week’s lotto jackpot was not won. €50 lucky dip winners were: Marese Kelly (c/o the HiB), Teresa O’Reilly (Ardcroney), Sally Mounsey (Clashnevin), Shannon Nevin & Mairéad Byrnes (St Joseph’s Park). Next Lotto draw on May 25th for €1,900. Please support the Blues and play our club lotto online!
The Nenagh Éire Óg Club Lotto represents the club’s key fundraising initiative.
Please consider supporting the Blues by playing our club lotto online: click here!
Just watch how far we can stretch your €2!
Alternatively you can also support Nenagh Éire Óg by paying your club membership. Membership for 2014 is now due and can be paid to any club officer or online. The cost of membership is priced at €25.
Under-6 & 8 training continues at the usual times. Keep up the good work.
Under-10 footballers enjoyed a great challenge match against Monaleen during the week. Thank you to the visitors for making the trip.
Congratulations to our victorious Street League champions! The boys and girls played under county names on the evening with Kilkenny beating Tipp in the A final (we are giving them this one and only this one!). Clare took the spoils in the B final. Both were presented with cups by juvenile chairman Michael Geaney and Camogie chairperson Denise Morris. Many thanks to the Geaney family for sponsoring the trophies. The efforts of the under-12 Camogie and hurling teams mentors made all of this possible so a big thank you to you all. It was a hugely enjoyable month for the families and friends of all involved.
Our under-14 footballers interest in the championship ended on Friday last with a defeat to Inane Rovers in the north semi-final. The lads put in a gallant performance, however, and can be proud of themselves. Attention now turns to the hurling championship which starts on Wednesday, June 3rd away to Borrisokane.
Hard luck to Rory O’Donovan, Seán Phelan, Barry Coffey, Cian Griffin, Gavin Dooley, Liam Heffernan and Brendan Long who were all part of the Nenagh CBS team defeated by Thurles CBS in the Rice Cup final on Wednesday last.
Well done to our under-16 players and mentors who won the Shield at the Holycross seven-a-side tournament today. They beat Silvermines 6-8 to 1-6 in the final. Congratulations lads!
The juvenile club will be holding a bag-packing fundraiser on Saturday, May 30th. If you can give an hour please call Gerry on 087 207 7782.
Under-12: Our under-12 team play Burgess on Tuesday.
Tipperary GAA Draw: The North Tipperary launch of the Tipperary GAA Draw took place in the Nenagh Éire Óg complex at MacDonagh Park on Wednesday, April 22nd. For the past twenty-seven years the Tipperary GAA Draw has served the clubs and the people of Tipperary well. A unique Nenagh Éire Óg branded brochure has been produced to promote this year’s draw. The Tipperary GAA Draw features an extraordinary €500,000 prize fund. And, don’t forget that your club, Nenagh Éire Óg, benefits significantly from contributions to the Tipperary GAA Draw. Indeed, the draw committee has introduced major increases in commission for the coming year. Should you wish to join the draw or renew your subscription to the Tipperary GAA Draw please contact any club officer or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Blues 10K: The Blues 10K & Fun Run/Walk will return to the streets of Nenagh on Sunday, June 14th (10.30am). The event will be hosted this year in aid of the North Tipperary Hospice. Entry to the 10K run is priced at €15 (€12 pre-registered online), entry to the 5K run is priced at €10 and entry to the 5K for walkers is priced at €5 per family. Prizes: €100 for the first-placed male and female competitor in the 10K, €50 for the second-placed male and female and €25 for the third-placed male and female competitors. There will also be a series of spot prizes for runners and walkers. Please contact Shane Connolly 087 637 3830 for further information. A facility to pre-register online has now been added to the club website. Please check out the club website for more information.
The Nenagh Éire Óg website has now been developed to host each and every edition of the monthly newsletter – please see here for more.
If you have any photographs, news or other information that you would like to see included please email email@example.com
Thanks again to the club communications sub-committee and in particular to Catherine McTiernan and Enda O’Sullivan for pulling all this information together.