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Nenagh Éire Óg club notes - 12-01-2020

January 202015th

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Nenagh Éire Óg club notes - 12-01-2020

2020 Membership

Club membership for 2020 is now open with four great options to suit everyone’s needs. Membership entitles you to access to our facilities as well as voting rights at our AGM and cover under the GAA injury benefit fund.

All players are reminded that they will not be allowed play for or train with the club without paying their membership.

Membership can be paid to any member of the club committee.


Operation Transformation

The 2020 Tipperary Sports Partnership Operation Transformation 5km walks will begin on Saturday, January 18th, from the Nenagh Éire Óg Complex. The walk starts at 11 am and everyone is welcome to take part. All participants must sign in on that morning prior to walk. To kick start our new year in the club our Juvenile teams will lead the walk with their management teams.

Light Up Your Club Walk

Our mid-week walks continues on Tuesday and Thursday evenings from MacDonagh Park and they commence at 7pm. New walkers are welcome to join on both evenings or just one evening a week. All levels of fitness are catered for and you can walk at your own pace. Just sign in on the evening of your choice from 6.50pm with the walk beginning at 7pm. Why not bring a friend along and chat throughout your walk?

Third Level 

We have a number of players involved with various colleges in the next few weeks and we wish them the very best of luck as they seek glory with their respective teams.

In action are Conor McCarthy and Adam Healy (Limerick Institute of Technology), Bob O Brien, Peter Folan, Mark Carey and Steven Hallinan (Institute of Technology, Tralee), Jake Morris (University of Limerick), Craig Hilmi (Mary Immaculate College) and John Cahalan (Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology).

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