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Nenagh Eire Og Camogie notes 07/05/18

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Nenagh Eire Og Camogie notes 07/05/18

U 12 Training continues at 6 on Tuesdays and 5.30 on Thursdays. We play our final group match away to Portroe at 7 on Wednesday 09/05/18

U 14 We played out a thrilling draw 1.4 to1.4  with Kildangan on Wednesday evening at MacDonagh Park. We have no match this week so we have training at the normal times

U16 Busy  few weeks  for this hard working team which culminated with a county semi final win against Borrisoleigh in the Ragg county grounds on Sunday. Nenagh won out in the end on a 4.7 to 1.2 scoreline after a huge battle with a gutsy Borrisoleigh outfit. Scorers for Nenagh were E Spain 3.3 C Sherlock 1.0 M Morris 0.2 L O Brien 0.1 S Hallinan 0.1.  Team N Bourke, A Sheehy, C Connolly, N McCloone, Michelle Barry, Sarah Seymour, Emma Gavin, Sarah Hallinan, Meghan Morris, Lilly O Brien, Ellie Spain, Orla Sheridan, Avril Dooley, Ciara Morris, Chloe McAuliffe, Ciara Sherlock, Eabha O Brien, Lauren Spain. Training continues Tuesday and Thursdays at 5.30. The county final is scheduled for next weekend please keep and eye on the Nenagn Eire Og Facebook page for updates

Seniors We played two league games this week . First up was anyway game against Drom who gave us a bit of a tanking but on Saturday the girls bounced back with a fantastic 1.11 to  0.8 win at home to Clonoulty which puts us in a league semi final. We have played most of the league without 11 of our most experienced players so making the semis is a credit to the young players who have represented the team over the last few months. They have certainly give the coaches great competition for places.

BREAKING news. Nenagh Eire Og are delighted to announce the Celebrity chef for our ComeDine with me social event in the Hibernian Inn Nenagh Friday May 11th. Tipperary legend Michael Cleary winner of 2 All Ireland’s, 4 Munster, and 2 National league medals and 4 All Star awards. He also managed Tipperary Senior Camogie team to their first All Ireland success in 1999 and won two further All Ireland’s with them in 200 and 2001. He is a hugely successful businessman and it is fitting that he has teamed up with another success story in Nenagh, Nenagh Eire Og Camogie, to deliver what promises to be a wonderful evening of food drink and lots of fun. Music on the night is by the wonderfully talented Dufrane and we will be honouring eight players who have won Junior b (double ) Junior A (double ) and intermediate county titles with the club. We will also be thanking our major sponsors on the night. Tickets are limited so please order yours from any committee member or team manager or from myself at 0872859125.

Congrats to Sarah Quigley and Grace O Brien and team manager Bill Mullally  who were on the Tipperary senior team who beat Limerick in the Munster semi final  hard luck to Hazel MacAuliffe and Ruth Hassett who suffered a Munster final defeat to Cork on Sunday.

Congrats to Ruth Hassett who won the freshers Camogie player of the year with Maynooth University.

Yours sincerely Séamie Morris  P R O Nenagh Eire Og Camogie 0872859125

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