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Weekly club news

November 8, 2018

County SH Challenge cup: We have been drawn to play Templederry in the SH Challenge cup and this game which is our first completive game of 2016 is scheduled to take place on the w/e of the 6th March.



Harty Cup final: A crowd in excess of 3,000 were in attendance at the weekend for the Harty cup final. Thanks to all members who helped out in preparing the grounds and facilities for the event and also to all those that helped with general stewarding and all the other activities on the day.



Congratulations: Well done to Andrew Coffey and who made his SH league debut against Kikenny at the weekend, following on from Daire Quinn’s debut the previous weekend. Best of luck for the rest of the campaign to Andrew, Daire and Barry Heffernan who are all members of the Tipperary SH panel.



Membership: A reminder to everyone and especially all players and mentors that membership for 2016 is now overdue and must be paid to 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.



National Clubs draw:  A big thanks to all our supporters who contributed to the club finances through participating in the G.A.A. National Club Draw. The draw will take place on Friday, 11th March 2016.



Volunteer Appeal: With the numbers we currently cater for, there is a huge need and opportunity for more people to become more involved in the day to day running of club affairs. Whether you have skills in administration or coaching, we are actively seeking volunteers to come forward, If you are interested in getting involved in any capacity call 0872850732, contact any club officer or email eireogneneagh@gmail.com



Healthy club initiative: Our thanks to former Tipperary hurler John Leahy on giving a superb enlightening talk titled ‘Substance Awareness” last Saturday evening in the Complex. He spoke to the many teenagers in attendance and their parents about the dangers of substance abuse at a young age and also gave a fascinating insight into his own sporting life both on and off the field.



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:



Éire Ógres camp: Our Éire Ógres GAA for Beginners camp finishes on Saturday. All registered members will be presented with a cert and a special t-shirt as a reward on the day.



Juvenile registration: Juvenile registration will take place on Saturday morning, February 27th from 10am-11am. Membership costs €25 for the year and we will have subsidised helmets and hurleys for sale on the day.



Under-12:  Training continues at 6.30pm on Monday evenings. Gum shields are compulsory. The first football championship match will be on March 5th.



Under-14 & under-16:  football training continues this week. More from mentors by text during the week.



Scór na bPaistí : The best of luck to our team who will compete in the figure dancing, ballad group and recitation in the North final on Sunday from all in the club.



CAMOGIE:



Tipperary: Sunday was a very proud day for the club as Alanna Morris became the second player from Nenagh Éire Óg (Ciara McGrath being the first) to play a competitive game for the county senior side as she came on at corner back in the league game on Sunday in The Ragg against Galway. We hope this will be the beginning of many appearances in the senior set up from Alanna. We also send our congratulations to the county minor side who won against Kilkenny, the reigning all Ireland champions, by two points. Grace O Brien and Hazel McAuliffe both played and had fine games while we also had three more players on the panel, Ruth Hassett, Maeve Coffey and Sarah Quigley.



Under 16: Training continues for this panel every Tuesday evening in the complex in MacDonagh Park at 7pm in the hall. 


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