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Nenagh Eire Og - 03 August 2020

August 202003rd

Sport, Sport / Club Notes, Announcements

Nenagh Eire Og - 03 August 2020

Senior Hurling

Our senior hurlers face Clonoulty Rossmore in round two of the FBD Insurance county championship on Sunday evening at 7pm in Semple Stadium. This game will be streamed live by the county board. After defeating Holycross Ballycahill in their opening game the lads will be anxious to keep their good form going and we wish them the very best of luck.


Junior-A Hurling

Our junior-A hurlers opened their North Tipperary campaign with a solid 2-16 to 1-13 win over Kilruane MacDonaghs in Borrisokane on Saturday evening last with Donnacha Quinn and Cian O’Farrell bagging the Nenagh goals. The now play Knockshegowna on Saturday evening next and this game is expected to take place in Gardiner Park, Borrisokane.


Minor Hurling

Hard luck to our minors who were beaten by Roscrea on Wednesday evening last, 1-19 to 3-9, in the championship. Leon Kennedy, Ben West and Cian Galvin bagged the Nenagh goals in what was a much-improved performance from their previous outing. The lads now play Toomevara in the quarter-final in MacDonagh Park, Cloughjordan on Wednesday evening at 7:15pm.


A Message from the Chairman

It is vitally important at this stage in our battle against Covid 19 that each group refocus their efforts and raise their standards again. As we have seen in other places, we are always at risk of the club being closed down and exiting all competitions, and, as is happening nationwide, some people here are letting their guard down. While we cannot eliminate all risks as people must go to work etc, it’s what we can control that we now must work harder at.

If you’re not part of a training group or required to be there, you should not be at the training session. Do not interact with groups if you have no reason to be there.

Thanks to our excellent Covid supervisors, sanitiser is present at all training sessions. Use it on entry to and exit from training and matches. You should not need to be asked as happens now.

If you wish to go to house parties don’t come to the field. If you wish to come to the field, don’t go to house parties. Very simple.

Parents and supporters need to be reminded to maintain social distancing at matches.

Your cooperation is of vital importance to the club and our community. Please do not be found wanting in this regard.


Yours in sport,


John Tooher.



The attached photograph shows Matt Lillis testing out the new mower the club purchased recently.

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