Weekly club news

November 8, 2018


Senior: Nenagh Éire Óg stormed to a six-point win over Burgess (0-14 to 0-8) in Sunday’s replayed Hibernian Inn North Tipperary Senior Hurling Championship Final at MacDonagh Park, Nenagh. With eighteen minutes to play Burgess led 0-7 to 0-6, but the Blues dominated thereafter and hit eight points without reply to land the Frank McGrath Cup. John Brennan was named man of the match in the wake of the final while captain Noel Maloney collected the Frank McGrath Cup from North Board chairman John ‘Rocky’ McGrath.

Nenagh Éire Óg would like to thank the senior panel for the terrific manner in which they have represented the club, themselves and their families this year. Our thanks also go to the management team of Liam Heffernan (manager), John Fitzgerald (coach), Enda Costello (selector) and Noel Coffey (selector) for leading this panel of players to the Blues’ ninth north Tipperary senior hurling title.

Nenagh Éire Óg would like to wish Burgess all the very best in the county senior hurling championship. Éire Óg are not expected to return to action in the county championship until the week-ending October 12th.

In the last sixteen Éire Óg will face a Roinn I group runner-up. For a full match report please see the club website:

Junior A: Ger Tucker’s junior A team are expected to be in county quarter-final action this coming weekend. 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.

Junior B: Conor Ryan’s junior B hurlers are expected to be in quarter-final action against Toomevara on the week-ending September 21st. The other quarter-final involves Kildangan and Newport while group winners Lorrha and Portroe have already progressed to the semi-final stage.

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.

Special Train: Nenagh Rail Community Partnership has organised for a special train to take Tipperary fans to the All-Ireland hurling final in Croke Park on Saturday, September 27th. The train will leave Birdhill at 11.50am and stop at Nenagh at 12.16pm and Roscrea at 1pm, before travelling to Heuston station arriving at 2.30pm. It will return from Heuston Station at 8.40pm. The service will run direct and there will be no change at Ballybrophy. Fans will be able to buy their tickets online at for €13.99 each way.

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Under-10: The under-10 team were in Toome on Saturday and had a great morning’s hurling playing Toome, Coolderry and Kilruane. Training on Wednesday only this week due to All-Ireland replay taking place on Saturday.

Under-13: Our under-13 hurlers travelled to Toomevara on Friday evening last for the third round of the league. The Blues held a three-point lead at half-time, but Toome got back in to the game early in the second half with three points of their own. However, two Barry Coffey goals sealed victory for Éire Óg in the second half. It finished 2-6 to 1-4.

We play our final group game against Borris-Ileigh on Friday evening in Nenagh. Please check for fixture details.

Congratulations: Well done to the senior hurlers on the north final victory over Burgess from your youngest supporters in the club.

Best of Luck: Best of luck to Brendan Maher and the Tipperary team in the All-Ireland final replay on Saturday from the Nenagh Éire Óg juveniles.

Coaching: A foundation coaching course will take place on September 22nd, 25th and 30th. Anyone interested should contact David Needham on 086 310 1034.


The very best of luck to Eamonn Spillane (Nenagh) and Gerry Foley

(Ballinahinch) who will represent Tipperary in the Diamond Masters B Doubles All-Ireland final on Saturday at 11am in Crinkill, Birr.

Well Done: All in the club wish to congratulate Nenagh Éire Óg seniors on their North final win on Sunday.


Junior A: On Sunday afternoon in Newport the Nenagh Éire Óg junior A Camogie team registered an impressive 4-6 to 3-8 win over Newport. For a full report on this encounter please click here:


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