Our Senior Hurlers Have Qualified for the North Tipperary Quarter-Final While Volunteers are Sought for Darkness into Light
Darragh Ryan makes a stunning second-half penalty save against Kilruane MacDonaghs
Well done to our senior hurlers who recorded a comprehensive 4-24 to 0-14 win over Ballina in Newport on Saturday evening. Paddy Murphy was on fire scoring three second-half goals while James Mackey set the tone for the night scoring the games first score, a goal following a long Shane Hennessy puck out. We have been drawn to face neighbours Burgess in the quester final and this game is expected to take place in Toomevara on Sunday at 18:45.
The full round of games are as follows:
Newport v Kilruane MacDonaghs Sunday 2pm Dolla
Kiladangan v Borris-ileigh Sunday 3.30pm Dolla
Nenagh Éire Óg v Burgess Sunday 6.45pm Toomevara
Toomevara v Portroe Saturday 6.45pm Nenagh
Hard luck to our junior-A side who were defeated by Templederry this evening 2-20 to 2-18.
Congratulations to Callan Scully and the Tipperary minor football side who overcame the challenge of Limerick in Newcastlewest during the week 2-12 to 1-11. Once again Callan gave an assured performance in the goals. They now play Waterford in Leamybrien at 18:30 on Wednesday evening and we wish Callan and the team the very best of luck.
Our under-16 footballers were unfortunately beaten by a superb Kilruane MacDonaghs side on Friday evening Nenagh 6-6 to 2-2. A notable mention must go to Darragh Ryan who produced a stunning second half penalty save. In a tremendous act of sportsmanship, the lad who missed the penalty, went out of his way to congratulate Darragh on his fine save during the next break in play. A fantastic young ambassador for the Kilruane MacDonaghs club. The lads now face Ballina in Ballina on Monday at 7pm and your support would be appreciated.
Our senior camogie team are expecting to play Drom & Inch in their second league game of the year on Sunday in MacDonagh Park. Please keep an eye on social media for updated details of this fixture.
Come Dine With Me
On Friday May 11th the camogie club are hosting a Come Dine With Me evening in The Hibernian Inn with a special guest celebrity chef. For €20 you will receive a two-course meal and a complimentary glass of wine while being entertained by the marvellous Dufrane. They do say ‘three’s a crowd’ but not on this occasion as three tickets are priced at the amazing €50! There will be spot prizes on the night and if you would like to sponsor one or purchase tickets please contact Seamie Morris, camogie club PRO on 087 285 9125. Tables are extremely limited so early booking is advised.
Darkness into Light
The annual Darkness into Light walk, in aid of Pieta House, takes place on Saturday May 12th at 4:15am. Nenagh Éire Óg juvenile club will provide a number of stewards on the night and it is a wonderful opportunity for us as a club to help support a worth while cause and participate in a community event. If you would like to participate please contact David Minogue 087 125 7739
With both of our senior teams in action this weekend and the staring role played by Callan Scully with the Tipperary minor footballers there is plenty to read in this weeks combined adult, juvenile, camogie and handball club notes.
Our senior hurlers played their opening match in the Tipperary Water county senior hurling championship today in Dolla and recorded an impressive nineteen points win on a scoreline of Nenagh Éire Óg 2-24 Roscrea 0-11. Nenagh’s first goal came courtesy of a James Mackey shot following great work from Pearse Morris and Paddy Murphy while Morris again, set up the second goal when he found Tommy Heffernan who finished after his initial shot was cleared off the line. Our next senior match takes place on Saturday evening, April 21st, in Newport when Ballina are the opposition in the first round of the North Tipperary senior hurling championship. Throw-in time is 18:30.
Our minor hurlers opened their championship campaign on Thursday last in Cloughjordan and they were unfortunately beaten by Toomevara 1-21 to 0-16. The lads next championship match wont take place until July when the Leaving and Junior Certificate exams are completed. This year the minors are managed by Paul Lillis, Ger Tucker, Phil Hennessey, Shane Connolly and Adam Grattan.
The minor panel for 2018 is: Brendan Long, Cian O’ Farrell, Cian Powell, Conor Hennessey, Conor Malone, Conor Robinson, Conor Sullivan, Conor White, Daniel Molamphy, Darragh Tinkler, Dylan Armstrong, Fiachra Starr, Gavin Dooley, Jamie Cottrell, Jamie Kennedy, Josh Keller, Liam Heffernan, Mark Carey, Mark Ryan, Paul McLoughlin, Paul Ryan, Rory O’ Donovan, Scott O’ Brien, Sean Phelan, Sean Shanahan, Seth Shayanewako, Shaun Fogarty and Stevie Hallinan.
We send our commiserations to Callan Scully and the Tipperary minor footballers who were beaten 0-4 to 1-15 by Kerry in the opening round of the Munster championship on Wednesday evening last. Despite the result Callan gave a superb performance in goals where he pulled off two amazing first-half saves to keep the Premier in the game. His overall performance was beyond his years as he confidently organised his six backs and delivered pin-point kick outs throughout the game. See the Twitter link below to watch the second of his first-half blocks.
Tipperary now face Limerick this Wednesday at 18:30 in the Gaelic Grounds and we send Callan and the team our best wishes.
Minor champions @Kerry_Official on the attack Weds night as #Tipperary goalkeeper Callan Scully is forced to produce a great save-highlights of the @MunsterGAA minor championship Mon @ 20.00 on @SportTG4 pic.twitter.com/aMXy2xRPf3
— GAA 2018 (@GAA_2018_TG4) April 13, 2018
We send our commiserations to Sinéad Meagher who was beaten by Caitríona Mullane (Clare) in a tie-breaker in the 19 & under Irish Nationals in Kingscourt over the weekend. Sinéad played a fantastic match and once again has represented Nenagh Handball Club with pride and distinction.
Registration is now overdue and any player not registered will not be allowed to line out for the club due to insurance issues
The club are running their social night on May 11th in the Hibernian Inn Nenagh. We will be holding our Come Dine With Me event with a special guest chef on the night. We will also be presenting awards for our players who were on the successful junior-B, junior-A and intermediate county winning teams. We will also be giving a special merit award to one of the pioneers of the club. Tickets for the event are great value with one ticket at 20 euros and three tickets for 50 euros. This gets you a two course meal, a glass of wine and entertainment provided by the wonderful Dufrane band from Kiladangan . It has proven to be a very popular night out in the past so tickets will sell out fast. Please contact any of the committee members for tickets .
Under-6 and Under-8
Training is moving outdoors to Thursday evenings from 6pm to 7pm at MacDonagh Park. We would like to thank St Mary’s School for the use of their wonderful facilities during the prolonged winter.
Our community games team travelled to Roscrea on Friday evening to take on St Cronin’s and came away losing against a very strong side but with some great displays of skill.
Our senior team set the trend on Sunday in Dolla when they led the way for the senior boys with a great win against newly promoted Silvermines in the county league . The Nenagh team showed great determination and fitness levels to overtake the ‘Mines team who had led for most of the game in the final quarter. The management team of Conor Ryan, Daryl Tucker, Liz Duggan and Michael McNamara can be happy that their charges fought to the end of a thrilling encounter. In fact the whole panel had a say on the outcome with the substitutes having a big say in the result. Result Silvermines 2-7 Nenagh Éire Óg 3-6
Team: S Quigley M Hassett R Maher R Hassett (0-1) A O Brien H McAuliffe Z Gratton R O Connor M Collins E Ryan M Coffey C Browne L Spain (1-1) H O Brien G O Brien (1-3) M Grace (1-1) E Carey M Sheridan K Morris J McDonnell S Collins N Sheridan
Under-14 A Peil Round 2
Nenagh Éire Óg V Toomevara
Thursday, April 19th @ 6.30pm
Under-12 D Peil Quarter-Final
Nenagh Éire Óg V Newport
Friday, April 20th @ 6.45pm
Under-16 A Peil Round 2 Re-Fixture
Nenagh Éire Óg V Kilruane MacDonaghs
Friday, April 20th @ 7.15pm
North Tipperary Senior Hurling Championship
Nenagh Éire Óg V Ballina
Saturday, April 21st @ 6.30pm
Please check club social media pages for up to date changes to fixtures.
Nenagh Éire Óg Club Notes Monday 9th April, 2018
Senior Club Notes
Tipperary: Hard luck to Barry Heffernan and the Tipperary senior hurling team who were defeated by Kilkenny in the Allianz National Hurling League Final yesterday in Nowlan Park. Wearing the number five jersey, Barry had a fine game at wing-back and represented the club with pride and passion.
We extend our congratulations to Callan Scully who has been named in the Tipperary minor football panel by manager Matt O’ Doherty for 2018. This is a fantastic achievement and we wish Callan and his team mates the very best of luck on Wednesday evening when they welcome Kerry to Semple Stadium for the opening round of the Munster minor football championship.
Senior Hurling: For the first time since last year’s North Tipperary senior hurling final our senior hurlers make a welcome return to championship action this Sunday when they face Roscrea in Dolla in the county championship at 3:30p.m. The lads have been working extremely hard under the management of John Fitzgerald, John Phelan, Paul Ryan, Brian McDonnell and Darragh Droog and deserve your support.
Junior Hurling: Well done to our Junior A hurlers who won their second match of the 2018 North Tipperary Junior A hurling league with a deserved eight-point win over Knockshegowna in Ballingarry on Saturday evening. Played in miserable conditions the team followed up their great win over Kilruane MacDonaghs with another fine performance. The team was as follows: Dáire Gleeson, Connie O’ Reilly, Brian Tuite, Alex Jones, Conor Bonar, Brian Maxwell, Mark Flannery, Niall McKeogh, Christopher Ryan, John Cahalan, Killian Malone, Darragh Walsh, Craig Hilmi, Niall Madden, Adam Healy. Substitutions: David Cleary, Peter Folan, Thomas O’ Brien, Michael Collins. This year the Junior A team are managed by Liam Heffernan, Derek Lillis, Cian Tucker, John O’ Donoghue and Billy Flannery.
Minor: Our minor hurlers play Toomevara on Thursday evening in Cloughjordan at 6:30p.m in the first round of the North Championship and hopefully a good crowd from the club will come out to support these talented young hurlers.
Sympathies: All at the club extend our sympathies to the Nevin family on the passing of Martin.
First Responders: Recently the Nenagh Éire Óg GAA club organised and ran a “First Responders” defibrillator training course, in conjunction with the Irish Red Cross, in MacDonagh Park. The club congratulates all of those who successfully completed the course especially Bartley Ryan who arranged this vital training and the Irish Red Cross for all their time and efforts.
Names from left to right: Jim Kennedy, Bartley Ryan, Enda Costello (Club Chairman), Angela Spain (Irish Red Cross), Mary Jo O’ Reilly, Catherine Kennedy, Noreen Kelly Ryan, Liam Quinn, Phil Henessey, Pat Dunne (Irish Red Cross), Deirdre Ryan (Irish Red Cross), Roisin Griffin (Irish Red Cross ), Caroline Prout (Irish Red Cross), Jim Nagle, Shane Connolly and Kevin Tucker.
Handball: We had a fantastic turnout of juveniles on Saturday for a marathon day of handball. A big well done to all the players, especially our younger members. Thanks to parents, brothers and sisters for great support for our end of year tournament and especially to Eamonn, Willie and Brian for organising and refereeing.
Congratulations to Sinéad Meagher (Nenagh Handball) and Róisín Cahill (Lahorna Handball) representing Tipperary who won the Ladies Junior Doubles All-Ireland last weekend beating Kilkenny opposition. All of us are very proud of you.
Camogie: Our under-12 girls made their Croke Park debut at the weekend playing in a fun blitz on the fabled surface. Thanks to all who organised the event and to the girls themselves who were a credit to the club.
Under-6 & under-8: Training continues in St Mary’s sports hall every Monday night from 6pm to 7pm . Weather permitting we will be moving outdoors soon . Helmets can be purchased at training weekly.
Under-12: The under-12 panel have started the year in flying fashion beating Newport and Kildangan in their first two league games. They traveled to Croke Park on Sunday for the Camán to Croker and represented their club and county extremely well winning their two games and behaving impeccably. As always they were togged out immaculately thanks to all their parents. Well done to all the parents that traveled and thank you to the management for the time and effort that they are putting into preparing and looking after this group. Take a bow James, Breda, Noel and Rose . Thanks also to Maria (Bridget) Sheedy our chairperson who stood in for Bridget Delaney while she sunned herself in South Africa.
Under-14: We were due to play St. Cronan’s Roscrea away last week in the Community Games but it was called off due to a bereavement in Roscrea.
Under-16: The under-16 team made it two wins out of two defeating Burgess in Kilcoleman with the score line 2-3 to 1-1. Well done to both teams for playing in such terrible weather conditions that saw two ducks entering the fray at one stage.
Seniors: The seniors were due to play Eire Og Anacarthy at the weekend but it was called off due to the weather.
Under-12 D Football
Borris-Ileigh V Nenagh Éire Óg
Monday, April 9th @6.45pm
Under-12 A Football
Borris-Ileigh V Nenagh Éire Óg
Monday, April 9th @7.30pm
Under-14 A Football
Ballinahinch/Templederry V Nenagh Éire Óg
Wednesday, April 11th. 6.30pm
Minor A Hurling Championship
Nenagh Éire Óg V Toomevara
Thursday 12th April
Under-16A Football Round 2
Nenagh Éire Óg V Kilruane MacDonagh’s
Tuesday, April 17th @6.30pm
North Tipperary Junior A Hurling League
Knockshegowna 0-6 Nenagh Éire Óg 0-14
Well done to our Junior A hurlers who won their second match of the 2018 North Tipperary Junior A hurling league with a deserved eight-point win over Knockshegowna in Ballingarry this evening. Played in miserable conditions the team followed up their great win over Kilruane MacDonaghs with another fine performance.
The team was as follows: Dáire Gleeson, Connie O’ Reilly, Brian Tuite, Alex Jones, Conor Bonar, Brian Maxwell, Mark Flannery, Niall McKeogh, Christopher Ryan, John Cahalan, Killian Malone, Darragh Walsh, Craig Hilmi, Niall Madden, Adam Healy. Substitutions: David Cleary, Peter Folan, Thomas O’ Brien, Michael Collins.
This year the Junior A team are managed by Liam Heffernan, Derek Lillis, Cian Tucker, John O’ Donoghue and Billy Flannery.
Barry Heffernan has been selected to play wing back on Sunday in the Allianz National Hurling League Final against Kilkenny
We extend our congratulations and best wishes to Barry Heffernan who has been selected to play wing back, wearing the number five jersey, for Tipperary in Sunday’s Allianz National Hurling League final against Kilkenny. Throw in is at 15.30 in Nowlan Park and the full Tipperary team is as follows:
Junior A Hurlers play Burgess this Friday in Kilcolman at 7:30 p.m.
Thanks to everyone in the club involved in promoting the Tipperary Club Draw, and of course to everyone who supported the club by joining the draw.
The Blues 10K & 5K Fun Run/Walk will return to the streets of Nenagh on Sunday, July 16th (10.30am). Entry to the 10K run is priced at €15, entry to the 5K run is priced at €10 and entry to the 5K for walkers is priced at €10 per family.
Prizes: €75 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 at 087 637 3830 for further information.
Juvenile Club Notes
Senior Club Notes
Our Senior Hurlers overcame Killenaule in the League on Sunday morning down in Killenaule, on a scoreline of 3-17 to 0-22 points. Our next fixture will be available on the club website or Twitter, once it’s been confirmed.
Congratulations to Jake Morris, Conor McCarthy and all of the Tipperary Minor Team that overcame Limerick last Wednesday.
Juvenile Club Notes
Under 12: Both U12s had good games V Newport on Friday & both had good wins. Well done to all. Training as usual this week.
Under 14: Our U14 footballers lost out to an impressive Ballina side in round 3 of the football championship. Our next football championship game is away to Inane Rovers at 6.30pm on Wednesday, April 12th.
Camogie Club Notes
U8: Training is on Thursdays 5.30 to 6.30 with Ciarán Morris. We would like to thank the senior players for helping out over the last few weeks but as it is such a large group of players we need more help if they are to get the most out of their time in the field. We would encourage the parents to set up a rota to help out. Contact chairperson Caitriona Morris 087-7776135.
U10’s and U12’s training on Thursdays 5.30 to 6.30 . Well done to the u12s who played outstandingly well in the Camán to Munster blitz in Mallow last Saturday just missing out in the ultimate prize of playing in Croke Park.
U14: Training on Tuesdays 5.30 to 6.30. They are due to play against Cashel this week. You will be notified by WhatsApp message. Best of luck to Meaghan Morris, Hazel Cawley and Michelle Barry and their Tipperary u 14 colleagues in the Limerick blitz this weekend.
U16: The Nenagh/ Kildangan team played Ballina in what can only be described as an outstandingly skilful game of Camogie in MacDonagh park on Monday night in horrific conditions. It didn’t deter either team as they went at each other hammer and tongs. The newly amalgamated team are gelling well together but it was Ballina who raced into a 2.2 to 3 point lead at half time. Nenagh/Kildangan came out a different team in the second half after a robust half time team talk by Manager Martin Morris and also the introduction of Meaghan Morris and Hazel Cawley into the Nenagh/ Kildangan forward line was beginning to unsettle the Ballina backs. This was to be a ding dong game full of skill and determination as the lead changed hands a few times in the second half with Sarah Hallinan scoring 2 goals for Nenagh . Ballina looked to have clinched the game but an injury time goal from Meaghan Grace who was set up by Meaghan Morris ensured that the game ended a draw 3.4 apiece. They now play Newport away on Monday night and a win is a must for this team.
Team Ella Carey , Siobhán Collins , Sarah Seymour , Katie Morris , Abbie Sheedy , Maeve Ryan , Naoise McCloone , Ellie Spain , Maeve Hassett , Aishlin Moran , Lucy Spain (0.1pt) Meaghan Grace(1.1) Sarah Hallinan (2.0) Lilly O Brien, Emma Gavin, Meaghan Morris (0.2) Eva McKeogh ,Hazel Cawley , Caoimhe Clancy ,Orla Flannery ,Leah McLoughney .
Hard luck to Ella Carey ,Lucy Spain , Katie Morris and Maeve Hassett and their Tipperary u 16 team who lost out to Cork in the Munster final last weekend.
The senior team continue to train hard as they prepare themselves for the Senior championship later in the year.
The club will have a celebration of our hard won elevation to senior status in the Scouts Hall May 13th. It will celebrate all the players and management of the club that were involved since the foundation of the club. It will also be an opportunity to thank our sponsors and allow our sponsors and opportunity to showcase their businesses in the entrance to the hall.
Our annual clothes collection is on Saturday April 22nd, and is a great way for your spring clean to make money for our club.
A picture of our U12 team in action.
The Nenagh Eire Og Juvenile Section is holding a fundraising table quiz in The Dapp Inn on Thursday 16th March 2017. Commencing at 9pm, all are welcome to this social event which guarantees a good time, some brainteasing and a perfect way to start the long weekend. Please come along, bring some friends and get to know other parents/members in a friendly and enjoyable atmosphere.
Our Senior Hurlers began their League Campaign with a 1-21 to 2-12 victory over Thurles Sarsfields. Please note our next match against Portroe has been moved forward, and will now take place this Friday at 11:00 a.m.
Training continues for U6’s from 10-11am indoors.We hope to see lots of the U6’s and parents out marching in the Patrick’s Day parade in their new Eire Ogre jerseys or club colours.
Under 12s:U12s got off to a good start with a win and a draw. Training as usual this week.
U16 footballers had a good win over Ballinahinch/Templederry in Nenagh with a scoreline of 5-11 to 0-6. Next game away to Kilruane this Saturday, March 18th, at 3pm.
The draw for the 2017 Tipperary Senior Hurling Championship takes place on Monday next, January 23rd between 7:00 and 8:00 p.m, and will be broadcast live on Tipp FM’s Extra Time show with Ronan Quirke. The Senior Championship, as in previous years, is divided in to Roinn I and Roinn II. Nenagh Éire Óg will this year be entered in to the Roinn I section of the draw, as a third seed.
In Roinn I the 16 participating teams are divided into four seeded groups with each club playing all other group members. Following three rounds of games, each group winner qualifies for the county quarter-finals while each group runner-up battles it out with the divisional champions (if not already qualified) in the preliminary quarter-finals. The last placed teams in each group play-off in two games with the individual game losers demoted to Roinn II for 2018.
Thirteen teams in all will compete in Roinn II in 2017. There is, however, a significant change to the format of Roinn II for the coming season. The teams, similarly to Roinn I, will be divided into four groups with the group winners and runners-up progressing to the quarter-finals of the Ó Riain Cup. The winner of that round of games qualifies for the semi-finals of the Ó Riain Cup, while both finalists are promoted to Roinn I for 2018.
The only way for Roinn II teams to compete for the Dan Breen Cup in 2017 is by winning their respective Divisional Championship, thereby qualifying for a preliminary quarter-final against a second-placed team from a Roinn I group.
Each club in Roinn I has been seeded based on their performances in the County Championship last year, the full seedings are as follows.
The draw for the North Championship will take place at a later date, usually in the Hibernian Inn, Nenagh.
Senior Club Notes
GRMA (Go Raibh Maith Agat) is the new GAA Membership Card programme, providing benefits and rewards to you, as a GAA member. It is a ‘thank you’ or ‘go raibh maith agat’ for your involvement in your GAA club, engagement in GAA activities and attendance at games.
Any Éire Óg member who would like more details, or wishes to join the GRMA Programme can get their membership number from Club Secretary Anne Kennedy, on 087-1336024.
Club membership is now due. It can be paid to membership secretary Derek Lillis 086-8614863 or any other committee member. you can also join online.
We are looking for new people to subscribe to our club weekly lotto draw for the year, costing €100 just €2 per week and you will be entered into 2 free draw’s at the end of the year if you pay the one off payement for the year’s subscription.
Or we will collect €50 for the first 6 months and then we will collect the 2nd €50 after 6 months.
Please Contact Derek Lillis on 086-8614863 for more information.
Camogie Club Notes
The A G M of the club recently took place at the Nenagh Éire Óg Complex . The club had a very successful ending to the year with the Intermediate team winning the County final and therefore bringing the club into the Senior grade for the first time in the clubs short history of competing in adult Camogie, having only won the Junior B title in 2013. This came about through the hard work , dedication and vision of past and present committees and players, and the club are deeply grateful for their work and vision from the day the club was first formed . It wasn’t easy along the way and players who were less successful were very much part of the foundation stones of the Intermediate success late last year
The committee thanked all the coaches in the club who have given their time freely during the year . The new committee was formed with Catriona Morris as Chairperson , Marie Sheedy Vice Chairperson , Liam McGrath PRO , Liz Duggan Secretary , Séamie Morris PRO , Mark Hassett Child Welfare officer. The committee members are Kieran O Brien , Pat Sheridan, Denise Morris , Tom MacAuliffe , Louise Hickey and Catherine Kennedy . The club thanked two extraordinary committee members who were stepping away , Marie O’Brien who was given a presentation by the club for her incredible work as Treasurer and Enda O Sullivan was wished well in his new Role as PRO for Tipperary football . Both will be missed.
Registration Night . The registration night will be February 03 at MacDonagh Park . The senior camogie team will get together within the next fortnight. It is the clubs intention to have two adult teams this year so the club are looking for New Players and Management for all teams from U8 upwards please contact the Chairperson Catriona Morris at 087-7776135 if interested . The club will be setting up a Training fund for the Senior team so that there will be no stone left unturned as they prepare for the upcoming Senior league and championship . If you wish to contribute please contact Séamie Morris at 087-2859125 or any committee member . There will be further announcements regarding funding and sponsorship in the coming weeks. The club will be organising a medal presentation night for the Intermediate team in the coming weeks.
Juvenile Club Notes
The very popular Éire Ógres are back!! Nenagh Éire Óg GAA Camp For Beginners returns for 2017 each Saturday, February 4th to 25th, at the MacDonagh Park complex from 9.45-10.45am for boys and 10.45 to 11.30am for girls. The programme is open to all boys born 2010-2012 and girls born 2007-2012.
Perfect for kids of the age to get active after the long winter, improve their hand/eye coordination and agility and make friends in a safe and fun environment. No equipment is needed, just tracksuit and trainers.
Tea/coffee/juice/scones will be provided for parents and younger siblings so don’t rush your breakfast. Under-6 Ógres who enjoyed last year’s camp so much are welcome to return to catch up with their friends!
The cost is €10 for the month and the kids will be presented with a certificate and a special new design Éire Ógres Training T-shirt on completion of the course.
Always very popular so book your space early. Call or text Catherine on 086 0855165 for boys registration and Caitríona on 086-7776135 for girls registration. Call either for more information.
The annual Nenagh Éire Óg Juvenile Club flag day takes place in the town on Saturday the 28th of January 2017, and at the various Masses both that evening and Sunday Morning the 29th of January.
There are a number of locations that need to be attended throughout the town with the earliest commencing at 9 a.m. It would be greatly appreciated if people could volunteer an hour or two over that weekend at the various stands.
Please contact Mel Gleeson at 087-2440855 to let him know availability and any times that would suit. We are always very grateful for your time.
Pictured here, the club’s Intermediate Camogie team & Management of 2016, who won the County Championship securing promotion to Senior level for 2017.
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