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Weekly club news.

November 8, 2018

Co SHL: Our senior hurlers were drawn in a group of four along with Clonoulty, Toomevara and JK Brackens. Our first game takes place this Saturday in Nenagh at 2.30pm and Clonoulty will provide the opposition.

Schools: best wishes to Bob O Brien, Adam Gratton, Barry Heffernan, Brian Gubbins Aidan Healy and the Nenagh Vocational School as they take on Causeway CS in the Munster final on Saturday at 2.30pm in Croagh.

Presentation Night: On Friday night last, our successful Minor, Junior A and Junior B teams received their medals at  the presentation night held in the complex. A big thanks to club presidents Michael Hynes and Ger Gavin for presenting the medals to the players and also to Andys Bar for the lonely food on the night.

Membership: Membership is now overdue and can be paid to any committee member. All players have to be members of the club.

Club Development Draw: The Nenagh Eire Og Adult, Juvenile and Camogie committees have come together this year to launch a club development draw. Receipts from this draw will go to support games development, improve coaching standards and help finance the ongoing development of club facilities, in particular the upgrading of the main pitch. The star prize on offer is €5,000 with numerous other valuable cash prizes. Tickets costing €25 each are on sale now.

Reunion: The club will honor and celebrate its successful minor teams (1977,78), u21 teams (1979,80, 81, 82) and Junior A team (1983) who won 7 county final in a row at a function in Andy’s at 9pm on Friday 30th March. These celebrations will coincide with the drawing of the grand prize for our club development draw and there will be a buffet and music on the night. This promises to be a special social occasion for the club and all are welcome to attend.


Juvenile club news:

Handball:
The club had winners in the recent North B 40 X 20 championships; U9D – DJMcGrath and Paul Seymour. U10S – Conor Byrne.U11D – Katie and Meaghan Morris. U13D – Jane Seymour and Maeve Coffey. We also had finalists with Eimer Ryan reaching the U13S final and Billy McGrath reaching the U12S final. In the Munster championships, Sinead Meagher overcame her Clare opponent and will play either Cork or Limerick in the U13S final at a Limerick venue this weekend. Aaron Hogan, partnered by Liam Bradshaw from Newport, was defeated in the U15D Munster semi final by Clare. In the schools competition, Katie Morris representing Ardcroney school and partnered by Laura Shinnors, progressed to the Munster final where unfortunately they were defeated after a great run in the competition.
Child Welfare: A basic awareness course will take place on Tuesday 13th March in Abbey Court Hotel from 6.30pm – 9.30pm. It is mandatory that all Juvenile mentors have attended this course, contact any Juvenile club officer asap for details, prior booking is essential to secure a place.

Coaching course: We have a number of coaches interested in attending a Level 1 course but are still awaiting confirmation of the dates.
Helmets: The juvenile club will have a stock of medium size helmets in club colours available within the next week for €35 per helmet. These helmets are generally suitable up to 12 years old, details at training.
U6 & U8: Training has resumed on Wednesdays at 5pm and Saturdays at 10am

U10: Continues indoors on Wednesdays 5.30 to 6.45 and on Sunday mornings.
Juvenile Registration: There will be a registration night during the week of March 26th, more details next week and at training.

Camps: Easter hurling camp will take place on April 10th to 12th for age 6 to 12s, details available shortly. Summercamp will take place week of July 23rd.
 
Camogie club news:

U8.
are back training on Wednesdays from 5:30 to 6:30. Please bring both indoor and outdoor gear.

U10. are back training on Mondays. Trainers will notify you with times. Please bring both runners and boots.
U12. The U/12s are now back training on a Monday Evening. All new members welcome.  Reminder that membership forms have to be returned.  Go Games Blitzes are starting very soon and girls cannot play if their membership forms are not returned. Please bring both runners and boots to training. The girls were involved in a number of games over the weekend and well done to everyone who played.
U14s. The U/14s are training on Saturdays outdoors.  Trainers are sending out texts about weekly indoor training.  All membership forms should now be returned. The U/14 team had a tough game against Rivers town on Saturday. Every girl got a run and that is important for the year ahead. Well done to Hazel McAuliffe who made the Tipperary U/14 Football panel who beat Limerick last weekend. Also, well done to everyone, who attended U/14 Tipperary Camogie training over the last few weeks.
U16: Training is back on a Monday with Kieran, Louise Hickey and Mickey McNamara. Texts are being sent out and please let trainers know of your availability as some of the sessions have being poorly attended. Outdoor training is also starting. Well done to Alana Morris, Rachel Maher and Coleen O’Brien on making the Tipperary U/16 panel.
The junior b and minors will train in the running track on Tuesdays 8:30 to 9:30 and Fridays. All interested are asked to contact Enda O’Sullivan at endaos@hotmail.com. The League is starting in a couple of weeks so we ask everyone to attend training. Texts will be sent out about training.
Well done to the Tipperary minor team on their win over Limerick in the Second round of the All Ireland Championship last Saturday. Ciara McGrath had another good game scoring one goal and two points. Alana Morris, Aileen Duggan and Danielle Harrington are also on the panel.
Membership is going very well this year but there are still some outstanding. Any child not registered is not insured to play or train for the Club so please pass on any outstanding membership forms to a committee member or trainer as soon as possible.

Club Development Draw: The Nenagh Eire Og Adult, Juvenile and Camogie committees have come together this year to launch a club development draw. Receipts from this draw will go to support games development, improve coaching standards and help finance the ongoing development of club facilities, in particular the upgrading of the main pitch. The star prize on offer is €5,000 with numerous other valuable cash prizes. Tickets costing €25 each are on sale now.

The Camogie Club are holding a meeting on Thursday 8th March from 7 to 8pm in the complex for all the parents and adult members. The aim is to let people know about the draw, what the money will be spent on, how you can buy tickets and how the improved facilities will help all the Nenagh teams. We ask everyone to please attend.

 

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