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Nenagh Eire Og - 22 April 2020

April 202022nd

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Nenagh Eire Og - 22 April 2020

Exciting Club Quiz for Nenagh Day Care Centre


Nenagh Éire Óg are holding an Online Family Table Quiz at 7:30pm on Saturday the 25th of April – the first of its kind within the county! What better way to spend a Saturday night in lockdown?

Registration is €10 per family and there will be a raffle on the night with some great prizes in store including a Q&A session at half time with Irish Rugby Star Donnacha Ryan.

The quiz will be streamed via Zoom and promises to be a night of great fun! To register or for any queries text/WhatsApp 0879492471, 0876693645 or 0851120299. Proceeds will be shared with Nenagh Day Care Centre and the quiz is open to all, not just club members.


Helping the Vulnerable


Once again we wish to thank our army of selfless volunteers who have been busy purchasing groceries, fuel, delivering prescriptions and generally helping the vulnerable and over-70s in our community throughout the last three weeks. It is during times of crises that we really see the benefit of a tight and caring community and the people of Nenagh and indeed our club, have been more than willing to put the shoulder to the wheel to help those in need.

Our volunteers will continue to provide these services for as long as is required and if you need any assistance please contact club coordinator Bartley Ryan on 086 735 8359.


Thank You to Our Senior Players


Throughout the last number of weeks the senior hurlers, footballers and camógs have been making short videos with skills challenges for our juvenile players. The generosity of spirit has been heartening to see and we all wish to thank the players for putting so much effort into this. 

We also wish to thank Niall Cahill and Catherine McTiernan for all their help with this initiative and of course without the enthusiasm of the families and players it would not be the massive success it is. And remember Barry Heffernan’s 2019 championship jersey is up for grabs for one of the lucky participants.




The club would like to extend its deepest sympathy to the wife and family of the late Matt O Meara, Toomevara. Matt was a stalwart of Toomevara serving in a number of capacities including as a player, secretary and mentor with many teams. 

To his wife Norah, daughter Ciara, sons Shane and Aidan, son-in-law Aidan, daughters-in-law Andrea and Violeta, grandchildren Donncha, Aoileann, Aodhan, Lily-Anne and Sean, as well as his many cousins and friends we offer our condolences

We also extend our deepest sympathies to the family and friends of John O’Shea, Patrickswell, Limerick. John’s son-in-law, Darragh Droog, has been involved with our senior hurling team for a number of years now. 

To his wife Eileen, daughters Donna and Suzanne, brother Denis, sisters Maureen (O’Shea), Evelyn (Stoneham), Ann (Hartnett) and Joan (Murphy) and his many relatives and friends we extend our deepest sympathies.


Ar dheis Dé go raibh a n-anamacha

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