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The minor hurlers are in county semi-final action against Holycross-Ballycahill this Saturday afternoon. This game takes place at 2pm in Dolla. The U21 hurlers had a comprehensive win over Borris-Ileigh in the loser’s group of the championship on Saturday afternoon last in Dolla. The final score was 5-16 to 2-13. See website for match report. We now play Lorrha in the loser’s group final.
Under-12: We had a great win against Newport in the county semi-final at the Ragg last Saturday. The girls put in an excellent performance with our defense very much on top and only letting Newport get a point from a ‘45. From midfield up the work rate was terrific. They put them under pressure and kept the ball in the danger zone to pick off some lovely scores. The final score was 6-1 to 0-1. We are playing Burgess in the final next Saturday. Details will be given at training and we ask everyone to keep up the effort for one more week. This panel has trained very well under the guidance of Greg Browne, Liam McGrath and Philip Shanahan and they deserve all your support in the final.
Under-14: The under-13 and under-14 panels can now take a well-earned rest after having an excellent year. These panels reached seven finals this year, winning four of them and all of them at A grade. Please come and support your young club mates next Saturday. A presentation night for Nenagh Camogie Club will take place on Saturday, December 1st. We have a lot of county medals to give out so we ask everyone to put this date in your diary.
Funding: We would like to thank Tesco for letting us fundraise last week and also thank everyone who supported and helped out in any way. We will also be bag packing on November 23rd-24th in Dunnes and we are asking everyone who has a child in the club to help out. Even if it’s just for one hour, every little helps. Please don’t be afraid to contact Denise or any committee member and let them know what times you will be available for. These are our biggest fundraisers during the year and with the club being so successful in already winning three county finals, competing in two All-Ireland finals, having competed in our first adult county final, winning the Munster Junior Plate and with the under-12A county final on Saturday you can see the club needs all the help and funds that we can get.
The club handball team consisting of Eamon Spillane, Shane Spillane, Michael McNamara and Brian Darcy beat Ballinahinch to win the county junior B club title in Nenagh on Sunday. At the semi-final stage Nenagh beat Ballina. The final Nenagh will now go on to represent Tipperary in the All-Ireland stages in Galway venues on the weekend of December 1st-2nd.