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November 8, 2018

Seniors: Our senior hurlers meet Killenaule in round 3 of the county league. This match is scheduled for`12midday on Sunday next 9th April in Killenaule.



Under 6's: Under 6's had their first training session on the field on Saturday. Great numbers again & wonderful help from all the parents. Helmets & hurls can be bought at the complex before training.

Training continues at 10am every Saturday, new players always welcome.



Under 12's: The 12s had another hard fought win V Silvermines in the A grade and the D team lost out narrowly to the Silvermines. 

Training continues as usual this week and are out again Friday night in the football championship.



Under 14's: U14s had a good win over Kilruane in an U14 hurling challenge match last Monday. Thanks to the Kilruane club for organising the referee and venue in Ardcroney. We were defeated in the Féile football competition by an impressive Burgess side. Our next match sees us face Ballina in the U14 football c'ship on at 6.30pm in Nenagh on Wednesday, April 5th.



Under 16's: U16 footballers were beaten by Kildangan in Nenagh. We play Lorrha this Sat at home at 3pm & on Mon 10th, away to Roscrea, at 6pm.

Congrats from all at Nenagh Éire Óg go to our own Cian Griffin, Conor Hennessy, Liam Heffernan and Gavin Dooley who were part of the North Tipp under-16 hurling team that won the Garda Cup on Saturday. Well done to team management Michael McNamara and Shane Connolly on a great win for the North.



North Tipperary Games Development Officer, Paudie Malone wil run an Easter Coaching Camp in McDonagh Park for ages U6 to U12 on April 19th, 20th & 21st from 10am to 1pm. Open to boys and girls & costing €25 per child for the three days, all camp members will get a football and sliotar to take home with them. Registration forms will be given out at training for members. Non-members can contact Cyril (087 9705101) or Catherine (086 0855165) to register. Paudie is a super coach and he & his crew will make sure that the kids have a great time.



Best of luck to Jake Morris and Conor McCarthy as they take on Limerick in the Munster Minor Championship Quarter-Final in Thurles on Wednesday.


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