Weekly club news

November 8, 2018


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.

Newsletter: The October edition of the Nenagh Éire Óg monthly newsletter is now available to download. This latest edition celebrates the achievements of the senior hurling team and the junior A Camogie team while also highlighting the recent Dermot Early Leadership Initiative hosted by the club. This edition also takes a look back at the 2008 county minor A hurling final success. Our thanks go to the club communications sub-committee, in particular to Catherine McTiernan and Enda O’Sullivan, for pulling all of this publication together. To download your copy of the October edition of the monthly newsletter please see the club website:

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

Nomination forms and forms for notices of motion are available from the club secretary Anne Kennedy – email If you wish you can download the nomination and notice of motion form by clicking here:

Nomination forms and notices of motion should be returned no later than 9pm on Friday, December 4th.


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The Nenagh Éire Óg Juvenile Club AGM will take place on Wednesday, December 9th at 8pm in the MacDonagh Park Complex.

Well done to Fiachra Starr, Seán Shanahan and Daniel Molamphy who were the club's representatives on the North Tipp under-15 football team for the county inter-divisional tournament on Saturday.

Congratulations to under-16 north final winning captain Mark O'Farrell, under-15 divisional Roger Ryan Cup winning hurler Evan Murphy and under-13 divisional football winner Dylan Murphy who all collected their medals at the North Tipperary Coiste na nÓg ‘Captain's Night’ held in the complex on Saturday. Evan was also presented with an award for winning the North Poc Fada. Also receiving awards from Tipp hurler Michael Breen and Tipp footballer Kevin O’Halloran were Shane Connolly and Michael McNamara for their great work as mentors to the North under-14 hurling and football teams.

It is that time of year again to prepare for Scór na bPaistí.  The county final is set for March 13th in Cashel. If we have enough children interested we will run our own parish final in mid-January. Competitions include figure dancing, set dancing, solo singing, novelty act, quiz, recitation, instrumental music group and ballad group. Scór na bPaistí is open to children in primary school.  If you are interested in participating please contact Mairéad Long ASAP on 087 968 6308.


Thank you to all of the boys and girls who came to the Handball Open Night on Friday. They had a great time trying out a new sport and some have now joined the club. Welcome to our new members.


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