Weekly club news

November 8, 2018


Dr Harty Cup: A huge well done to Nenagh Éire Óg’s Gavin O’Connor, Jake Morris and Adam Healy who all featured in Nenagh CBS’ 4-18 to 0-14 win over Thurles CBS in last Wednesday afternoon’s Dr Harty Cup clash played at Templemore. Nenagh CBS required an eight-point win over their Tipperary rivals in order to progress to the quarter-finals of this prestigious competition. And, the lads achieved that feat with a little spare thanks to a terrific performance. As a result Nenagh CBS topped their group, progressed to the last eight alongside St Colman’s (Fermoy) and now find themselves preparing for a Dr Harty Cup quarter-final which will take place in January. The Blues’ Niall McKeogh, Craig Himli and Conor McCarthy were also members of the Nenagh CBS panel.

Under-21A: Greg Browne’s under-21A hurling team made an encouraging start to their championship campaign recently when beating Roscrea by sixteen points. The team is now awaiting a semi-final fixture. This year the under-21A hurling team is managed by Greg Browne (manager), Con Morris and Michael McNamara.

AGM: The Nenagh Éire Óg Annual General Meeting (AGM) will be held on Wednesday, December 16th at 8pm in the MacDonagh Park Complex.

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The juvenile AGM will take place in the complex on Wednesday, December 9th at 8pm.

Our under-6 and under-8 hurlers are invited to the complex on Saturday, December 12th at10.30am to meet our very special guest! Santa has promised to visit with all of our youngest hurlers to thank you for being so good this year. If you have one, wear your Santa hat to welcome him.

Congratulations to our under-16 North champions who were presented with their medals this evening in the complex – a big thank you goes out to Kevin Tucker who did the honours so well and gave the lads an inspirational speech. Also on the night team manager David Minogue was presented with an award from the North Tipperary Coiste na nÓg for his role as mentor with the Tipperary under-16 panel. Conor Bonnar, who was a member of that team, presented the award.

Congratulations to Sinéad Long on her scór county final victory! Sinéad will now represent the club and Nenagh in the Munster semi-final on Sunday at 2pm in Cashel – All the very best of luck to Sinéad from all in the club. Scór na bPaistí will take place in the New Year and anyone interested in participating can contact Mairéad Long on 087 968 6308.


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