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Co Senior Hurling League
We will play Toomevara in Round 4 of the Co SHL next weekend – this game will take place on Sunday next at 12 noon in Toomevara.
Well done to Jake, Conor and the Tipperary team who had a 5 point win over Clare in the first round of the Munster senior hurling championship last Sunday. Jake was Tipp’s top scorer from play scoring 2 – 4 and winning the GAAGO man of the match for his great performance. Tipp now play Cork on round 2 on Sat 6th May.
As part of the Nenagh Éire Óg Community Lotto, club treasurer Josie Mackey recently presented a cheque of €500 to Tom Boland from the Defibs for Life community group.
This week's lotto jackpot was €6,600. A reminder that you can play the lotto each week at the following businesses in the town where our new lotto boxes are located - The Hi-B, JKC, Centra, The 44 Bar, Cleary’s Daybreak & Andy’s. The lotto can also be played online through the link on the club website and social media sites or contact any Committee member to sign up. Thank you for your continued support of our lotto.
All membership for 2023 should have been paid by the end of March. If you have not already done so please pay this membership ASAP. For insurance purposes all players must have their membership paid. Please note that those who availed of our membership offers last year, your payment/membership details will now be updated on Foireann. Any queries on membership please contact Enda Long at 087 221 3954.
2023 Éire Ógres started last Sat morning and is proudly sponsored by EBS Nenagh New Mortgages. Even the heavy rain couldn't dampen the spirits of all our new Éire Ógres on Saturday morning last with loads of fun and games taking place in the Éire Óg complex for the new little stars. All the boys and girls had an absolute blast navigating the various obstacles. We take a very short break next week as Féile na Gael competitions are on in McDonagh Park. We are back on the astro the following Saturday, May 6th at 10am for the next few weeks. Thanks to everyone who helped make the morning a tremendous success. Well done to all the new boys and girls who came along. If there are other families who would like to bring their young son or daughter along please do so on Saturday morning, May 6th at 10am to McDonagh Park. We are very excited to see to see everyone again on May 6th at 10am to get busy having loads of fun & games on the astro.
Nenagh Éire Óg Gaelic Games Youth Academy
The 2023 Nenagh Éire Óg Gaelic Games Youth Academy proudly sponsored by Albany Home Decor Nenagh & A Sportsmans Dream is underway and welcoming new boys to join in and give hurling and football a try. Contact club social media with any queries. Last week club officials and academy sponsors visited the schools in Nenagh to formally launch the academy and to bring hurls to all of the junior infants in order to facilitate the children being able to get involved in the magic of Gaelic Games.
Training continues at 9am on Saturday mornings at the club astro. All new boys are very welcome to come along and give it a try, contact Erica on 086 8774496.
Training continues at 10 to 11.15 on Saturday mornings on the outside field. Mid-week training commences this week on Tuesdays from 6pm to 7.15. All new boys are very welcome to come along and give it a try, contact Alan on 087 7518789.
The boys played Drom & Inch on Saturday morning last, both Nenagh teams performed very well. Training continues on Tuesday evening with hurling from 6 to 6.45 and football from 6.45 to 7.30, followed by hurling training on Friday at 6pm. We play JK Brackens in Templemore next Saturday. All new boys are very welcome to come along and give it a try, contact Cathal on 086 0806460.
Football:- The U13s had a busy week with 28 of our panel of 44 playing in North finals against Newport and Portroe. The rest of the panel play Ballina this coming Wednesday in the U13D final. The C panel came into the final after four great wins but came up against an excellent Portroe team. Some of the points kicked by Portroe were amongst the best we had seen in the U13 competition. Our boys battled to the end and never gave in. The A panel had a great battle with Newport. Newport had given the boys a lesson in football in the group stages. Newport scored a goal in injury time to level the game for the first time but the boys responded brilliantly to kick a late point to snatch the win. Great celebrations ensued and continued into MacDonagh Park where the boys enjoyed an ice cream.
Training resumed on Friday night with the D panel preparing for Ballina and all the other panel members preparing for the county semi-final in a few weeks. New players always welcome, contact Niall on 087 4086439. Wishing the D team the best of luck in their final on Wednesday in Portroe at 6.30. The juvenile club would love to see all of our families & friends including our younger members out in their Éire Óg colours proudly cheering on our boys.
Training continues on Tuesday for football at 6.30. Our North football semi-final is fixed for Thursday v Newport in Newport at 6.45. The boys are out in Féile football action this coming Saturday in Nenagh. Wishing the boys the best of luck in all their games.
The boys had a hard fought win v Lorrha last week in the first round of the hurling league. Training continues on Mondays and Thursdays.
Photo attached: - Nenagh Éire Óg treasurer Josie Mackey presenting a cheque for €500 to Tom Boland for the new community group Defibs for Life.