BRIDGESTONE AWARD "Best in Ireland 2011, 2012 and 2013.
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Well done to our Junior B team who had a great win over Templederry at the weekend. The score in the game was 1-18 to 1-15 with Seán McTiernan getting the first half goal. They will play the final group game against Ballina on 4th September.
The Junior As play Roscrea next Friday evening at 6.45pm in Cloughjordan in Round Three of this Championship.
The seniors are back in action next weekend when they will play Kilruane in the first round of the Co. Championship - this game is at 2pm next Sunday in Toomevara.
Please keep a check on social media sites for updated fixtures.
Last Monday night's lotto jackpot was €6,500, to be in with a chance to win please play online through the link on the club website. Results of our lotto are posted on our social media sites every week.
Thanks to everyone for supporting our first Sink or Spin Cycle on Saturday last - this was a great success with 150 cyclists taking part in what will be an annual event. Special thanks to our sponsors Ivers & Cullinan and Sherry Fitzgerald for their generous sponsorship for this event. Thanks also to JP O'Meara who sponsored the flags and to Mannings who sponsored some of the food. Thanks also to the Gardaí for all their assistance and to all the marshals who helped out on the day.
Nenagh Eire Og are delighted to announce that we have signed a new three year main sponsorship agreement with Specsavers, Nenagh. The club will receive significant financial funding over the next three years that will allow the club to continue it’s adventurous development programme. This sponsorship also includes jerseys for both our senior hurlers and senior camogie teams.
Thanks to everyone who helped out last Sunday evening when we hosted the North senior hurling final in MacDonagh Park. Thanks in particular to our team of stewards, our lotto sellers and to all who helped prepare the facilities for this game. Everything ran very smoothly on the day thanks to the great team we had helping out.
Everyone at Nenagh Éire Óg Juvenile Club would like to express their sincere condolences to Pat Donellan and the Donellan family on the passing of Pat's father last week. Our thoughts are with Pat, Therese and family at this difficult time. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam dilis.
The 2021/2022 Tipperary draw will commence in September, your support will be very much appreciated. Our draw promoters will be contacting people in the next few weeks.
Our Under 9 boys made the journey to Puckane on Saturday morning where they played a number of games against Kilruane and Shannon Rovers. This group of boys played admirably in each match and came away content in the knowledge that they had put in a great effort for their team. Thanks to Kilruane and Shannon Rovers for the games. Very well done to all the Nenagh Eire Og teams.
Hurling training continues Tuesday 6-7pm and Saturday 10-11am with football training on Wednesday 5.30-6.30pm. Great to see new boys joining who are always more than welcome.
The three Under 11 teams travelled to Ballina on Saturday morning to play Ballina in what were three very competitive games. The Nenagh teams battled right to the end and showed some real grit and determination against what was strong opposition from Ballina.
Training continues Tuesday & Friday for hurling at 6 and Wednesday for football at 5.30.
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.
Nenagh Under 13A team played Borrisoleigh on Tuesday evening in MacDonagh park. As the Autumn evening drew in, the match unfolded as both a competitive and highly entertaining game with some excellent skills and determination on display from both teams. This was particularly evident in the match up's between the staunch Nenagh Éire Óg backs and the nifty Borrisoleigh forwards with both groups in full flow as they saw the vast majority of the action during both halves of the game. Despite the competitive nature of the match Borrisoleigh ran out convincing winners as the Borris boys found the Nenagh Éire Óg net on five occasions while Nenagh just couldn't generate the necessary momentum in order to rattle the Borris goal. Well done to this group of Nenagh Éire Óg boys who put in a gallant effort right through to the end of the game.
Nenagh Under 13D played a very competitive match against Burgess on Tuesday evening in MacDonagh park. The Nenagh boys were equal to the Burgess test right throughout the game and traded scores to finish 1-7 to 1-6 at the end with the win going to Burgess on this occasion.
Training continues Wednesday and Friday evenings as usual.
Training will continue on Tuesday and Thursday in preparation for the knockout stages of the competition in a few weeks.
Training continues each Monday, Wednesday and Friday with the knockout stages beginning in the coming weeks.
Goalkeeping training commenced with Shane Hennessy last week and was very well received. Any player with an interest in developing their skills in this position please let your coach know in order to be included in the goalkeeping sessions.