BRIDGESTONE AWARD "Best in Ireland 2011, 2012 and 2013.
Creating memories and bespoke ceremonies
Nenagh Eire Og Chairperson Maria Sheedy with Daire Quinn and Grace O Brien
U6 /u8s . Last Saturday saw the conclusion of the Nenagh Ogres and we were honoured to have two of our Tipperary players Grace O Brien and Daire Quinn available to present over 50 young girls with their certificates and jerseys. Our thanks to E BS nenagh for their generous sponsorship of the Ogres camp and of course to the hardworking committee and volunteers without who the event would not have happened .
Training starts on Monday 5th March from 6 to 7 . It will continue indoor for the foreseeable where we will work on the fundamental movements with the girls . There will be a parents night out on Saturday 3rd March in Rockys from 9 o clock . Any parent who wants to get their young child to be involved with the Nenagn Eire Og Camogie community are welcome to join parents of girls already flourishing in the Camogie community in Nenagh .
Congrats to Grace O Brien and her University of Limerick colleagues who beat U CC ( commiserations to Hazel McAuliffe ) to win the Ashbourne cup
Hard luck to Ella Carey and her Borrisokane community college colleagues who had a heartbreaking 1 point loss in the replay of the All Ireland semi final last Friday
Congrats to the Tipperary Intermediate Camogie team who travelled to Armagh and came away with a great 3.14 to 1.13 Win . Nenagh was well represented with Ruth Hassett , Sarah Quigley , Maeve Coffey and Hazel MacAuliffe involved
The Senior Camogie team who have been training hard play their first league game of the year away to the Silvermines on Saturday
Grace O Brien and Daire Quinn with a happy Nenagh Ogre
Over 50 happy Nenagh Ogres
Hazel MacAuliffe and Grace O Brien at the Ashbourne Cup both still smiling broadly after the match
HThe club would like to extend our Commiserations to Joan Collins and her family on the death of her mother Kathleen O Meara