BRIDGESTONE AWARD "Best in Ireland 2011, 2012 and 2013.
Creating memories and bespoke ceremonies
Our senior hurlers got off to the perfect start in this year’s FBD Insurance senior hurling championship on Sunday evening when we recorded a 1-19 to 0-11 win over Holycross Ballycahill. Played in an eerily quiet Semple Stadium with only 200 in total allowed inside the building, Nenagh finished the first half strongly thanks to a 27th minute Michael Heffernan goal. Incidentally, this game created a little piece of club history as it was the first time we played a match streamed live on the internet thanks to the county board’s new service. Our next game is against Clonoulty Rossmore on Sunday, 7th August, in Semple Stadium at 7pm.
Our junior-A hurlers play Kilruane MacDonaghs in the opening round of the North Tipperary championship this Saturday evening at 7pm in Puckane
After a number of disappointing results in recent years in the junior-B championship, the club has elected to enter our third team into the junior-C championship this year where they will play Borris-Ileigh, Ballinahinch and Ballina. Under the management of Brian Maxwell, this team will play Borris-Ileigh in their opening match on Sunday, 16 August, at 7pm in Borrisoleigh.
Our minor hurlers play Roscrea this Wednesday evening at 7pm in St. Michael’s Park, Toomevara. Best of luck to all involved.
Tour of the Lake for Living Links Nenagh
Club man Eddie Hynes, aided by Eddie Tucker, Shane Connolly and 35 other hardy cyclists, will complete a full lap of Lough Derg, totalling 106 km, to raise money for local charity, Living Links Nenagh. In 2015, Eddie’s son Oisín became a victim of suicide and this wonderful charity provided invaluable support to the Hynes family during those tough times. The cyclists aim to raise €5,000 for Living Links and we are asking our supporters to please dig deep into your pockets and help. If you would like to donate, you can do so on their Go Fund Me page which can be accessed from our website.