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Weekly club notes

November 8, 2018

SHC: Our senior hurlers play Kildangan in round two of the championship this Sunday at 12pm in Nenagh.
 
MFC: Our minor footballers play Borris-Ileigh tomorrow in the championship at 7pm in Borris-Ileigh.
 
Junior C: Our junior C team play Burgess in the 1st round of the league on Friday night in Kilcoleman at 7.15pm.
 
Best Wishes: Best wishes to Tommy Heffernan and Daire Quinn who are part of the Tipp minor panel who take on Cork this evening in the Munster championship in Cork.
 
Supporting hurling in the schools: Under the guidance of Phil Hennessy and Noel Coffey with club coaches Robert Ryan and Liam Flannery, the club is actively promoting hurling in the local schools. The club is grateful to the schools for their commitment to the program and to the Principals John Martin, Inez Heenan and Gerry Ryan for their co-operation in allocating regular slots for hurling practice. This week the club presented over 80 hurley’s to Senior Infants and First Classes in St Mary’s Junior Boys National School and a further pool of hurley’s was made available to the Gaelscoil and the CBS primary school. A big thank you to Jim Kennedy and Mick Hynes for their work in the preparation of these hurleys for distribution. See separate article

 
SHL: Eire Og lost their 100% record in this years Co league following a five point loss to Upperchurch on Friday evening last in McDonagh Park. Final Score Upperchurch 1-15, Nenagh Eire Og 0-13. Our next game is in the league is against Clonoulty Rossmore. Check county board fixtures for more details.
 
County Board Draw: The new County Draw with a prize fund of €750,000 and over 700 hundred prizes has just been launched. There are two cars to be won each month and in May there is the star prize of a Toyota Land Cruiser or €50,000. This draw is a major fundraiser for the club and has been a vital source of revenue for over twenty years. The monthly payment of €10 can be made directly to the promoter or by direct debit. Promoters will be canvassing to enlist the support of existing members and new subscribers.

Juvenile news:
Peil:
The Peil semi-final was played last Sat.Apr.24th in Thurles with the a final result of Nenagh Eire Og 2-12 Clonoulty 0-04. This puts Nenagh through to the final, date and fixture to be decided.
U16A Football – Nenagh Eire competed against Newport/Ballinahinch on Mon.19th. Result – Nenagh Eire Og 1-15 Newport/Ballinahinch 2-02
They now go through to the North semi-final playing against Kilruane on Mon.26th. in Ballinderry. Result will be published in next weeks notes.
Fixtures:
U12B football North semi-final Nenagh Eire Og  v  Kilruane in Puckane at 6.30pm. on 30th.Apr.
U14A football Ballina  v  Nenagh Eire Og in Ballina at 7.00pm on 28th.Apr.

 
Camogie News:
U14’s – It was quite a busy week for the club with the U 14 Championship starting and what a start it proved to be. The opponents were Thurles in the Ragg last Monday. It was a superb game of hurling with no quarter asked for or given by either team. The Nenagh team are really taking shape under the guidance of the management team and they are obviously listening attentively to their coached. The game ended 4-4 apiece and everybody in attendance were in agreement that they had witnessed two sporting teams giving their all. On Wednesday we played Holycross in Nenagh and we had a comprehensive victory which sets us up nicely for the last game of the group against Clonoulty in Clonoulty on Sunday which again was won comprehensively leaving us in a semi final.
U12’s – The u 12s had a comprehensive victory against Kilruane on Thursday which makes it two wins out of two for them.
Junior B – On Sunday the Junior B Team played against Kilruane and despite losing they again showed great improvement against a more established team.
 
Congratulations to Ciara McGrath and the Tipperary u 16 team on their fantastic victory over Kilkenny in the All Ireland semi final and congratulations to the Tipperary Camogie board for very successfully hosting the two All Ireland semi finals on Saturday. It was a very tough and physical battle which Tipperary won 0-13 to 1-04. Ciara McGrath chipped in 1pt in a good overall performance at wing forward. The Tipperary team and management have put in huge effort and it is clearly showing in their performances.

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