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Nenagh Eire Og Notes 08 June 2021

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Sport, Sport / Club Notes, Announcements

Nenagh Eire Og Notes 08 June 2021

Lotto

The Jackpot for Tuesday night's lotto draw was €5,400. Please support our lotto and play online at http://www.nenagheireog.com/

 

Membership

The deadline for the payment of membership was 31st May – this can still be paid online through the link on the club website and can also be paid to your mentors at training. 

All players, both adult and juvenile, should pay their membership immediately to be covered under the Player Injury Scheme. 

 

Senior Hurling

The Co senior League begins next weekend and our first game is against Roscrea. This game will take place next Saturday evening at 6pm in Roscrea. With Covid restrictions still in place, this is an all-ticket game with a limited number of spectators permitted. The other teams in our group are JK Brackens and Thurles Sarsfields

 

Junior Hurling

Our Junior C group are in action on Sat 19th June when they will play Roscrea in the North semi final of the 2020 championship. Time and venue for this to be confirmed. Ballinahinch await the winners of this game in the final.

The Junior A league is due to start on the weekend of 19th June also - the format for this league is yet to be confirmed. The Junior A Championship will start on 17th July.

 

Under 19 Hurling

The U19 hurling championship starts on 30th June. We are in a group of four with Lorrha Rovers, Roscrea and Silvermines. Our first game will be away to Lorrha Rovers.

Please keep a check on the website and social media for all fixtures.

 

Hurling Wall Fundraising

The fundraising for the new Hurling Wall and Astro Turf pitch will continue over the coming weeks as we try to meet our target for this phase of the project. We sincerely thank all of those who have donated to date and also thanks to our team of members who have worked hard over the past number of weeks organising these donations. 

With the work due to commence on the wall in the coming weeks, we ask that you please continue to make your donations, all donations are greatly appreciated.

Further information on this phase of the project/fundraising can be had from Liam Heffernan, Mary Jo O'Reilly or Anne Kennedy.

 

Tipperary Draw

Congrats to Jimmy Hannon who won €200 in the Tipperary Draw which took place last Fri night. This was the 8th draw with three more draws left in this year's draw. All outstanding monies should be paid in the coming weeks. 

 

Éire Ógres 2021 / NÉÓ Nursery - Boys & Girls

Nenagh Éire Ógres camp '21 continued on Saturday morning last. The children enjoyed lots of games and skill challenges at the many fun Ógres challenge stations. We look forward to all of these new Ógres progressing to mainstream training in the NEO Games Nursery. 

Thanks to Niall for organising this year's camp and also to everyone who assisted in ensuring a safe and fun environment for the children to enjoy themselves. Thanks to EBS Nenagh New Mortgages for their kind sponsorship.

We can't wait to have all the children back for week three next Saturday morning for more fun and games. It's not too late to bring your child along, Parents must remain for the hour. Any boy born in 2016 that wishes to attend needs to contact Erica on 0868774496. Any girl born in 2015 or if they have turned 5 already can contact Paul on 0864692641. Please contact either Erica or Paul before next Saturday to register for the Ógres as an online health questionnaire needs to be completed before taking part. Erica and Paul will also add people to the appropriate WhatsApp group to keep you informed about the Ógres. 

Cost of the camp will be €2 per session paid at the gate and all participants will get a Éire Ógres t-shirt at the end of the 4 weeks. No hurls or helmets required.

 

 

Under 7

The Under 7 boys continue to train Saturday mornings from 10-11am. There are over 30 boys training which is great to see.  We are seeing lots of new faces and new boys are always welcome.

 

Under 9

Under 9 hurling training continues Tuesday 6-7pm and Saturday 10-11am with football training also now started on Wednesday 5.30-6.30pm. We continue to have over 30 at each training. Please keep up the good attendance as matches will start in a few weeks time. Great to also see new boys joining who are more than welcome.

 

Under 11

The Under 11 boys hurling training is at 5.30 this Tuesday. There will be no training this Friday as the boys have their first football challenge match of the year on Saturday morning. Gaelic Football training is at 5.30pm on Wednesdays. New players are always welcome for either code. Great to see new faces joining over the last few weeks and we look forward to seeing more new boys.The boys play their first football match of the year on Saturday morning against Kilruane in Cloughjordan @ 11am.

The boys took part in a fundraiser for St Mary's Junior Boys School by running 5k over three training sessions and raising money for the school. Well done to all the boys who took part and we hope you all enjoyed your treats on the final day. 

 

Under 13  

Under 13 training continues Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday evenings. 

 

Under 15

Training continues for the Under 15 boys. Hurling on Tuesday and Thursday while football has started on Saturdays. They play Newport in their first football game of the year on Thursday evening at 6.30 in Newport. Great to have some of our senior hurlers helping out with training on Tuesdays.

 

Under 17

The Under 17 boys training continues each Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday morning. We would also be delighted to welcome back any former members of this squad who would like to hurl or play football. There has been a very good response from our squad. Already this group had shown the determination and commitment of last year with a number of high tempo sessions. 

 

Garda Vetting

Anyone wishing to get involved in coaching will need to have their 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 

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