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Nenagh Éire Óg Camogie - Club Notes

July 201308th

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Nenagh Éire Óg Camogie - Club Notes

Feile: Our Feile team had a fantastic weekend at the All Ireland Finals in Limerick. Our host club Killeedy could not have been more welcoming to our players and made us feel instantly at home. We wish to thank the club and the families for their hospitality and many new friendships have been formed. The girls have a feast of camogie playing Killeedy, Newcastlewest, Sarsfields New Inn and Davitts of Derry before playing Dicksboro of Kilkenny in The Gaelic Grounds in the final. Unfortunately the Cats proved too strong winning on a scoreline of 3-02 to 1-01. However despite the result, the whole weekend has been a positive experience for all our players and many lasting memories and friendships have formed. Thanks to all who so generously sponsored the panel over the last few months, your kindness will not be forgotten. To the parents, management and committee the whole club owes you a debt of gratitude for all your hard work over the last few months. And finally the players themselves, they have done the whole club and parish of Nenagh proud with their hard work ethic, skillful displays and determination over the last few months. The host families have nothing but praise for you all for how polite and well behaved you were over the weekend. The whole club is very proud of you all.

Under 13: Our U13's played Silvermines in Dolla on Tuesday in their opening fixture of the championship. The result was not available at time of going to press. They play Ballina this Friday at 6.30pm in Nenagh in the second round.

Minors: Our minor team play Cashel next Tuesday in the opening round of the championship in Nenagh.

Juniors: Our Juniors were defeated by Burgess last week in the Munster league but finished off the group stage of the competition with a fine win over Wolf Tones of Clare on Sunday last. Well done girls.

Tipperary: Well done to Grace O Brien and Rachel Maher who were part of the Tipperary U16 A team that defeated Galway at the weekend and qualfied to meet Dublin in the All Ireland semi final in two weeks. The Tipperary U16 B team defeated Down and we were represented by Saoirse Gleeson, AIsling O Brien, Michelle Collins, Sarah Quigley and Rachel Spillane.

Congratulations: Congratulations to our Junior coach Paul Henry on the birth of his son last week.

Sympathies: We wish to extend our sympathies to Kate McGrath on the passing of her mother last week.

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