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Weekly notes

November 8, 2018

Dinner Dance: The club hosted a very successful Dinner Dance in the Abbey Court Hotel on Friday night last. Over 250 people attended a very enjoyable evening where the  Senior, Junior and  Minor hurlers along with the U21 footballers all received their winners medals for 2009. Thanks to the Abbey Court for hosting the function, North Board Chairman Michael Sheehy and Ger Gavin for presenting the medals and to Ebony and Michael McNamara for providing the entertainment on the night.
 
Camogie: Hard luck to our under 16 camogie team who lost by five points to Holycross on Saturday in the county final. The girls played their hearts out and gave it their all. Thanks to the management of Conor O Donovan and Enda Costello for all their hard work and of course to the players who brought great honour with their display.

Harty Cup: Hard luck to Nenagh CBS who lost to Thurles CBS in the semi final of the Harty Cup played in Templemore on Sunday.  Hard luck to Eire Og players Daire Quinn, Mark Tuite, John Minogue and Darragh Walsh.

U21 Football:  The draw for the u21 a football championship. We play Borris-Ileigh in Nenagh on the weekend of the 14th  or 21st of February.

Hogan Cup: The senior hurlers will face Roscrea  in the quarter-final of the Hogan Cup on the weekend of February 28th or the weekend of March 7th.

Membership: Membership of €20 is now due and can be paid to any of the club officers. Membership is compulsory for all players and must be paid by the 31st March 2010.

Vodafone – Support your GAA club: The GAA’s alliance with Vodafone Ireland provides you with a terrific new opportunity to support Nenagh Eire Og at no extra cost to yourself. Club members and supporters can register by logging onto  www.supportyourgaaclub.ie

Club merchandise: Club hoodies are now in stock and all sizes are catered for. Check out club website  wwww.nenagheireog.com for further information.

Helmets: Since the 1st January 2010, players at all grades are required to wear helmets in both training and matches. This compulsory change to the rules affects players at every grade and players are asked to ensure they have the correct helmets to meet new requirements. The GAA Injury Scheme will only provide cover in respect of hurling claims provided the injured claimant is wearing a Helmet which conforms to the NSAI Standard IS:355. ie Mycro, Marc or Azzurri.

Handball: Well done to all the people involved in getting our players back involved in Handball over the winter months and to those who took part recently in the North Tipperary Juvenile Handball Championships. Everyone gave a great display considering the short time they have been playing and a special well done to Shane Hennessy who won the under 13 singles title.

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