Weekly Club News

November 8, 2018


Book Launch: GAA President Liam O’Neill launched the first two volumes of the book ‘A Central Culture – Gaelic Sport in Nenagh’ at the MacDonagh Park complex on Sunday afternoon – to read a detailed report from the event please see the club website:

This terrific piece of work has been compiled by Dónal A Murphy, PJ Maxwell and Nancy Murphy and is now on sale for a combined price of €40 (both volumes). Copies of the book can be obtained in selected local shops and from officers of the club. Those interested can also purchase a copy via the club website. Please contact PRO Brian McDonnell on 087

222 8976 or simply email Brian at – Nenagh Éire Óg are also prepared to post copies of the book to anywhere in the world. Please contact Brian McDonnell for details.

National Club Draw: We are thrilled to announce that Nenagh Éire Óg will be participating in the national club draw which features some sensational prizes – tickets are priced at €10 and available from any officer of the club or committee member. Please support this fantastic initiative! Please see the club website for more information on the fantastic range of prizes. Tickets for this wonderful initiative cost just €10! Please support the Blues! For more details please click here:


Dr Harty Cup: A huge well done to Brian Flynn, Gavin O’Connor, John Cahalan and Anthony Walsh who featured in Nenagh CBS’ 3-11 to 1-13 Dr Harty Cup win over Midleton CBS in the Clonmel Sportsfield last Wednesday. Nenagh CBS have now qualified for the quarter-finals and we wish them all the very best in the last eight.

AGM: The Nenagh Éire Óg annual general meeting will take place on Thursday, December 11th at the MacDonagh Park complex at 8pm.

Membership: Membership for 2015 is priced at €25 – family membership option A is priced at €60 while option B is priced at €85. Please click here to pay your club membership online:

Shop Local: Nenagh Éire Óg is asking its members and supporters to shop local this Christmas. The businesses of Nenagh will be open seven days a week from Sunday, November 30th right through to Christmas Eve.


Fixtures: Please keep a close eye on the club website and on the club’s various social media channels for all the latest updates on fixtures and results.


Website & Social Media: In 2014 (correct to December 1st) the Nenagh Éire Óg website attracted 60,804 page impressions, 15,748 unique users and visitors from 97 different countries. Our Twitter and Facebook following is also increasing by the week. Nenagh Éire Óg would like to thank supporters of the Blues for such magnificent support.


LOTTOPlease support the Blues and play our club lotto online:



In 2014 Nenagh Éire Óg catered for over 400 active members (170 juvenile, 225 adult) and in 2015 we hope to grow that number. Crucially, however, we are not simply interested in developing our playing population. We are also interested in attracting volunteers who are interested in becoming coaches with the club and administrators of the club.

Here at Éire Óg we appreciate that not everyone can train a team, that not everyone is interested in coaching and that not everyone has time to attend committee meetings. That said there are plenty of very practical ways in which you can help your club work hard for the betterment of the local community, our children and our cultural heritage.

We therefore encourage anyone in the community who supports the club and who is prepared to give of their time on a voluntary basis to get involved so that fresh faces can bring fresh ideas forward. If you take that brave first step over the threshold, we guarantee that you will not regret it. So, if you are interested in lending a hand drop us a line – contact us.





Well done, but hard luck to Mickey McNamara and Brian Darcy who won their county junior B doubles semi-final last week but lost out 2-1 in the final at the weekend. Well done also to Eoin Meagher and Shane Spillane on great efforts in their junior B county semi and to Eoin in his under-21 county final but they were unsuccessful this time.

Congratulations to Nenagh Éire Óg on the launch of ‘A Central Culture – Gaelic Sport in Nenagh’. It would make a great Christmas present so look out for it in the shops.



Congratulations: Well done to Conor Robinson, Seán Phelan, Jason Teefey, Brendan Long and Gavin Dooley who were part of the North Tipp under-14 football panel that competed in a Tipp inter-divisional tournament at the weekend.

AGM: The juvenile club AGM will take place on Tuesday, December 16th in the complex – time to be confirmed.



AGM: On Monday, December 1st the Camogie section held their annual general meeting in the complex and in what was a well-organised and attended gathering the following positions were filled – Chairperson:

Denise Morris, Secretary: Caitriona Morris, Treasurer: Marie O’Brien,

PRO: Enda O’Sullivan, Assistant PRO: Séamus Morris, Registrar: Catherine Kennedy & Child Welfare Officer: Mark Hassett. Committee: Mary Mulqueen, Judy Mulqueen, Mairéad Long, Tom McAuliffe, Liam McGrath, Michael Hallinan, Conor Ryan and Noel Coffey.

Team Managements 2015 – Under-8: Ciaran Morris, Under-10: James O’Dwyer,

Under-12: To be confirmed, Under-14: Michael Hallinan and Lorraine McLoone, Under-16: Greg Browne, Under-18: Kieran O’Brien, Junior A: Paul Henry.

Volunteers: The Camogie section is always looking for new volunteers to get involved in coaching, administration and in helping out with the club's monthly newsletter. If you would like to get involved in anyway please contact us on It is a great way to make friends while helping better our club and community.

Book Launch: We wish to congratulate Dónal A Murphy, PJ Maxwell and Nancy Murphy on the publication of our club history book, ‘A Central Culture – Gaelic Sport in Nenagh’. The book was officially launched by GAA President Liam O’Neill on Sunday last in front of a large attendance at the complex in MacDonagh Park. For a full report please see our website. The book is now available in all local book shops and retailers and can be purchased from our website.

Bag Packing: We are holding a bag packing fundraiser in Dunnes Stores on Friday December 19th and are looking for volunteers. Running our camogie club is not cheap and we provide a great service to players throughout the year and in return we just need one hour of your time. If you are willing to help out please contact Denise Morris 087 6742591 or email



The Nenagh Éire Óg website has now been developed to host each and every edition of the monthly newsletter – please see here for more:

If you have any photographs, news or other information that you would like to see included please email

Thanks again to the club communications sub-committee and in particular to Catherine McTiernan and Enda O’Sullivan for pulling all this information together.



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