News

Weekly club news

November 8, 2018

Healthy club initiative: The Healthy Club Project team are hosting a health and wellbeing night in the Abbey Court Hotel on Wednesday March 23rd at 7.30pm. The talk, which is entitled “Minding the Body, Minding the Mind”, will be given by Dr. Fergus Heffernan PhD, who is a renowned psychologist and psychotherapist and a leading educator in the area of stress management and how it relates to our mental health. Fergus has worked with the Irish Defence Forces, the United Nations and NATO. He is a visiting lecturer and Workshop Director in Trinity College Dublin, Columbia University New York and Boston University USA.

County SH Challenge Cup: Our senior hurlers ran out 1-12 to 0-13 point victors over Kildangan in the second round of the Senior Challenge Cup on Saturday.

Fixture: The Junior a hurlers meet Knockshegowna in a league ficture this Friday night 25th March at 8pm in Ballingarry

Membership: A final reminder to everyone and especially all players and mentors that membership for 2016 is now overdue and must be paid to Membership secretary Derek Lillis, any club officer or online before the end of February. The cost of membership is again very reasonably priced at €25 with a family membership option A priced at €60 and an option B priced at €85.

Club Lotto: The Nenagh Éire Óg Club Lotto represents the club’s key fundraising initiative. Please consider supporting the Blues by playing our club lotto online.

Juvenile club

A big thank you to our juveniles and all who helped for their wonderful behaviour walking behind our banner on St. Patrick’s Day. Well done to all and congratulations to Hughie McGrath and the team once again for their great work for the town.

Our under-12 players have a bye in the football championship this week. Well done to all for their huge effort on Saturday and your training continues as usual.

The under-14 football season begins on Easter Monday when they take part in the Féile Peil, playing Ballina in the semi-final in Ballina at 2pm. The final will follow on the day.

Under-16 footballers travel to Roscrea to play Inane Rovers on Monday, March 28th.

 Best of luck to the lads

All out-standing memberships should be paid asap. For insurance purposes, only paid-up members can play.

 

Camogie Club

U 10 , 12 and 14s training Monday and Thursday 5.30 to 6.30 all players to attend as u 14 Championship is starting Monday 5th April with a challenge match due this week tba.

U 14 fixtures Monday April 04th Nenagh v Annacarthy, April 11th Toomevara v Nenagh, April 18th Knockavilla v Nenagh, April 25th Annacarthy v Nenagh, April 29th Nenagh v Toomevara, May 9th Nenagh v Knockavilla

U 8 training Thursday 5.30 to 6.30 new members are always welcome as are returing members to any squad its never too late,

U 16 and Intermediate training will continue this week managers will be in touch with times , The Intermediate team play Newport this Sunday in Nenagh  at 12 noon in the first round of the league opening a new chapter for the club . U 16 s first round match is on the 29th all panel members must attend training in readiness for this game.

U 16 fixtures March 29th Newport v Nenagh, April 5th Nenagh v Annacarthy, April 10th Nenagh v Cashel

Nenagh Eire Og Camogie club flag day will be on next Saturday and we are looking for volunteers to help out in this important club fundraiser. Catriona Morris can be contacted at 087 7776135 if you want to help in any way.

Registration is due and can be paid to ant committee member or team manager.

Clothes recycling is on Saturday 9th April this is another important fundraiser for the club.

Congrats to Alanna Morris and the Tipperary Senior Camogie team on their second win of the campaign on Sunday away to Offaly which puts them in the reckoning for the league Quarter finals .

Congrats also to Meaghan Morris, Abbie Sheedy and Ella Carey who were on the Tipperary u 14 team which played Cork on Sunday and have all made the final squad.

Request a Demo

Let us show you how it works
  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.