Nenagh Eire Og Notes 20 July 2021
Our U19s were defeated by Silvermines last Wed evening in their final group game. The score in the game was 3–16 to 3–15 with Ben West (2) and Jamie Cottrell getting the goals. The boys put in a great performance, in particular when they were reduced to 14 early in the second half, and were unlucky to lose out with the Mines getting a late goal.
The Junior As had a good win over Roscrea in the final group game of the league last Fri evening. The score in the game was 2-18 to 1-15 with Craig Hilmi and Darragh Walsh scoring the goals. This win means we topped the group and have qualified for the final of the Junior A League - the final, against Roscrea, takes place next Saturday evening at 7pm in Moneygall.
The Junior A Championship is due to start on 31st July with the Junior B Championship due to begin on 6th August.
Last Monday night’s lotto was worth €6,000, our highest jackpot to date. The format of the lotto will change from next Monday night when we will revert to drawing lucky dip prizes - there will be three draws for €50 when the jackpot is not won. Please support our lotto by playing online through the link on the club website.
Well done to Callan Scully and the Tipperary U20 footballers who beat Waterford in the Munster semi final last Thursday night. They now play Cork in the Munster final on Thursday July 22nd in Semple Stadium and we wish Callan and the Tipperary team the best of luck in the final.
Well done also to Taurai, Sam, Mason and the Tipp minor hurlers who beat Kerry in the Munster championship last week.
The Tipperary U20 hurlers were due to play Cork in the Munster semi final last night (Tuesday) – Conor Hennessy and Sean Phelan are members of this panel.
Commiserations to Barry, Jake and the Tipperary senior hurlers who lost out to Limerick in the Munster final at the weekend.
The new defibrillator has now been installed on the outside wall of the complex and is now accessible to all in the community. All groups within the club have contributed to this most important piece of equipment and fundraising will continue with the walking group climbing Keeper Hill in August to raise funds.
We had two winners in the Tipperary draw which took place last Friday night - congratulations to Denis Parker who won €1000 and Niamh Hannon won €200. The last draw in the 2020/21 draw takes place on Fri 6th August and the new draw will start up again at the end of September.
Club Development/Hurling Wall
After all the planning and preliminary work over the past number of months, the new hurling wall started last Monday - this is great news for the club and everyone who has supported this development. Thanks to those who have been working tirelessly behind the scenes to get us to this stage - it is hoped that the wall will be completed by the end of August.
We thank everyone who has contributed to this phase of our development project. Any remaining donations can be paid over to your fundraising representative, any amount is welcome and appreciated. Outstanding tax forms associated with your donation should be given to your fundraising representative along with details of the names you wish to have included on the club development jigsaw wall.
Nenagh Éire Óg Cúl Camp
What a glorious week we had to compliment a hugely successful cúl camp at Nenagh Éire Óg.
The children welcomed some very talented & special guests throughout the week, Michelle Barry from the Nenagh Éire Óg senior camogie team and the very talented Grace O'Brien from the Tipperary senior and Nenagh Éire Óg senior camogie teams, Callan Scully from the Tipperary Under 20 football team and Conor Hennessy from the Tipperary Under 20 hurling team. The children were lucky enough to have Colm Fogarty as one of their great coaches for the week, Colm is from Lorrha and is on the Tipperary Under 20 hurling team. Sincere thank you to all of the stars for kindly giving their time to drop in and chat to the children.
Thank you to all the parents who helped out all week in ensuring all sanitizing occurred as planned.
Thanks to Robbie Foley who was on site all week.
Thank you Bartley who diligently managed the car park during the peak drop and pick up times so that children were safe at all times.
Eileen Kennedy, thank you for all of your assistance at check in, greatly appreciated.
Last but by no means least, Niall, thanks for all of your hard work behind the scenes in organizing and running a hugely successful Cúl camp that was thoroughly enjoyed by all of the children. Maith thú.
Membership should have been paid by May 31st to ensure that your child is covered by insurance. For Covid reasons we ask that any overdue membership being paid is put into an envelope, family details written thereon and handed to the lead coach at the training session.
Return To Play
We would ask all parents/guardians to observe and co-operate with all the Covid protocols that are in place in order to ensure a safe training environment for your children and family. Please ensure you complete the Covid pre training/match conformation on Foireann in advance of attending training or matches.
Training continues every Saturday morning from 10 - 11am. Anyone else interested in joining Under 5 training please contact Erica on 0868774496.
For any parents who plan to take a coaching role with the Under 5 group must complete two steps, firstly Garda vetting must be completed and secondly an online Safeguarding course - details as follows:
Safeguarding course- https://learning.gaa.ie/safeguarding -this will bring you to it on the GAA site. It’s a refresher course which covers this aspect of the requirement.
Garda vetting - 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 https://gaa.flowforma.com/Lists/Forms/NewForm.aspx?FlowId=7
The Under 7 boys squad is continuing to grow with 38 boys involved now and always ready to welcome more new faces.
Training continues on Tuesday evening, 6-7 pm and Saturday mornings from 10-11am.
The Under 9 boys travelled to Newport on Saturday morning for a football blitz. The boys played very well and enjoyed the games.
Under 9 hurling training continues Tuesday 6-7pm and Saturday 10-11am with football training on Wednesday 5.30-6.30pm.
The Under 11 boys had three teams out in action last weekend, the Navy team played Portroe, the Blue team and the Nenagh Éire Óg team both played Kilruane in Nenagh. It was a blistering hot morning for the Kilruane matches and the boys played really well especially given the heat of the morning.
No training on Tuesday evening as the boys play a football match against Ballina in Ballina, details to be circulated on the whatsapp group.
Hurling training will be Wednesday evening instead this week @ 5.30 and Friday at 6.00pm. 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 U13A group played Toomevara in the hurling championship on Tuesday night in Toomevara. Training continues for the U13s on Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday evenings.
The U15s are due to play Borrisoleigh this Thursday in Borrisoleigh at 7.30. Training continues on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
The U17s played Toomevara in the 2nd round of the U17A Championship last Mon evening. Training continues on Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
1. Grace O'Brien with the new defibrillator and Cian Ryan holding the training defib.
2. Conor Hennessy, Callan Scully and Colm Fogarty with Nenagh Éure Óg U13 boys during last week's Cúl camp.