Nenagh Eire Og Club Notes 11 May 2021
With the preliminary work on the new hurling wall well under way, we are also well under way with the fundraising for this phase of the project. We sincerely thank all of those who have donated to date and thanks also to our team of members who have worked hard over the past number of weeks organising these donations.
We will continue to work on this over the next number of weeks so please continue to make your donations, any amount is welcome and appreciated and hopefully the target for this phase of the project will be reached shortly.
Further information on this phase of the project/fundraising can be had from Liam Heffernan, Mary Jo O'Reilly or Anne Kennedy.
One Club Volunteers
A group of volunteers from the adult, juvenile and camogie clubs got together last week to help with the preparation of the new viewing bank at the top end of the field. This group, which was pulled together at very short notice, did great work in clearing and preparing this area for grass seed. The club would like to thank everyone who volunteered for all their help in getting this job done.
Our lotto jackpot on May 10th was €5,000 - our highest jackpot to date. This lotto draw was the 10th draw in the current cycle and the draw for the three winners of the €500 will take place next week. The presentation of the 5 x €100 to the Healthcare workers will also take place in the coming weeks.
We thank you all for your continued support of our lotto, those who wish to join can do so through the link on the club website - http://www.nenagheireog.com/
The deadline for the payment of membership has been extended to 31st May. With both adults and juveniles returning to training this week, we ask that all players please pay their membership immediately. Players will not be covered under the Player Injury scheme unless they have their membership paid. The link to pay is on the club website and all information on how to register for Foireann can also be found here. Membership can also be paid at training.
Return to Play
As we welcomed back both our adult and juvenile players to the fields this week, we ask for your support in making this as safe a return as possible.
Parents will need to do this for underage family members. Please ensure you all abide by HSE guidelines on mask wearing and follow our Covid Officer's advice at all times.
You are all very welcome back and here's to a long and enjoyable summer for us all.
Well done to Barry Heffernan and Jake Morris who both played full games for Tipp in the drawn League opener against Limerick on Saturday evening last. Tipp will now play Cork in the second game of the League next Saturday evening.
Reminder to get your Garda vetting up to date please. You cannot be involved as a coach or mentor in any juvenile coaching set up without your GAA Garda vetting being up to date so please apply asap.