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BRIDGESTONE AWARD "Best in Ireland 2011, 2012 and 2013.
Last Monday night’s lotto Jackpot was €8,500. We thank you for your continued support of our lotto and ask that if you are not currently joined the lotto, to please consider playing online through the link on the club website.
Make Nenagh an Autism Friendly Town charity was the latest charity to benefit from our Community Friendly Lotto donation. Last week Club Chairman, John Tooher, presented a cheque for €500 to Louise Morgan Walsh and Nicholas Ryan Purcell from this charity to launch their fundraising, a first such donation for the charity.
Membership for 2022 is now due and can be paid through Foireann.ie.
If you are already set up on Foireann simply login and select and pay your membership type here. If you do not have an account, go to Foireann.ie and choose the New user - Register option - once you have set up an account your membership can then be paid here.
Any queries on this please contact Enda Long at 087 221 3954. Membership can also be paid to Enda Long or any Committee member.
Membership rates remain the same as last year and are as follows: Full Membership - €50, Student/OAP/Unemployed/Juvenile - €30.
Family options are also available as follows: Option 1 – One adult + multiple U18s - €80. Option 2 - Two adults + multiple U18s - €100
It was with great sadness that we learned of the sudden passing of Noelie Tomlinson Junior early last week. Noelie played both hurling and football for many years in all grades with the club, winning many titles along the way. Among his achievements at juvenile level was an U14 North Féile hurling medal in 1993 and U16A North football titles in 1994 and 1995.
At adult level Noelie won a North Junior A league medal in 1998, North Junior A championship medal in 1999 and North Junior C medal in 2010 which was his last success with the club. He also played hurling and football with his school, Nenagh Vocational School, where he captained them to a Senior Football title in 1997. We extend our sympathies to Noelie’s parents Noel and Marian, brother Robbie, sister Tricia, his children Freyah and Noah and his extended family. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam.
MacDonagh Park was the venue for the Harty Cup semi final last Saturday between Ard Scoil Ris and Thurles CBS. It was the first day crowds were allowed into games again following the lifting of restrictions and it was great to see a big crowd present. Thanks to the Field team who had MacDonagh Park in great shape and thanks also to the stewards and everyone who helped out on the day.
Healthy Club Walks
The Irish Life 'Every Step Counts' challenge started last Wednesday and collectively we have now walked up to 1,500km. To participate in this challenge please download the Irish Life MyLife app, go to 'My Challenges' and click on Munster GAA. Be sure to then scroll to Nenagh Eire Og and join up here. So why not sign up today and join the challenge to collectively walk 4,000km in the next five weeks. Please contact Bartley Ryan 086 735 8359 for further information.
The ‘Ireland Lights Up’ walks continue on Tuesday and Thursday nights - these walks start at 7pm from MacDonagh Park.
Photo attached: John Tooher, Nenagh Éire Óg Chairperson, presenting a cheque for €500 to Louise Morgan Walsh as part of the Nenagh Éire Óg Community Friendly Lotto. Also in the photograph is Nicholas Ryan Purcell.