Weekly club news

November 8, 2018


Junior A: Ger Tucker’s junior A team made an encouraging start to their championship campaign with a 5-15 to 1-10 win over Silvermines at Dolla on Sunday evening. For a report on the game please see the club website.

Minor A: Greg Browne’s minor A hurling team return to action on Wednesday evening, July 9th when the lads face Ballina at 7.30pm in Portroe.

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.

Newsletter: The June edition of the Nenagh Éire Óg monthly newsletter is now available to download from the club website.

Summer Camp: The Nenagh Éire Óg annual summer camp will take place from Monday, July 21st to Friday, July 25th for boys and girls aged between six years of age and 14. Non-members are welcome!


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Under-8: The under-8 team played four games in an excellent blitz organised by Burgess last Saturday. We played Shannon Rovers, Ballina, Kildangan and hosts Burgess. The team had a wonderful day out. Thanks to Burgess for their hospitality.

Under-10: The under-10 team have a busy week ahead with matches against Shannon Rovers on Tuesday in Ballinderry and Kildangan on Thursday in Nenagh. Then on Saturday we return to Ballinderry for a blitz organised by Shannon Rovers.

Under-12: The under-12s were supposed to play in the shield final last week against Éire Óg Annacarty, but the game did not go ahead due to a mix-up over times. The game has yet to be re-fixed.

Under-15: We played Newport last Thursday, but, unfortunately, we were beaten.

Bag Packing: We are bag packing on Friday, July 18th in Dunnes Stores. This is a vital fundraiser for the club and we are currently looking for people to volunteer an hour of their time. If you would like to help out please contact Denise Morris.

Summer Camp: The Nenagh Éire Óg annual summer camp will take place from Monday, July 21st to Friday, July 25th for boys and girls aged between six years of age and fourteen. We hope to have a huge representation from the Camogie section and non-members are more than welcome to attend and try out hurling and Camogie.


Under-6 & Under-8: The Éire Óg annual summer camp takes place from Monday, July 21st until Friday, July 25th (2-5pm). Registration from 1.30pm on Monday. Cost is €45 per child, €70 max per family and is open to boys and girls ages 5-14. It’s always a great week of fun and games with excellent coaching. Don’t miss out! Non-members welcome.

Under-12: Both under-12 teams play their quarter-finals on Friday 11th. Group A will play Kildangan or Ballina while Group D will face the Silvermines. Check for fixture details when available.

Under-14: Our under-14 hurlers opened their championship campaign with a win away to Roscrea on Wednesday last on a scoreline of 1-11 to 2-5. They travelled to Shinrone on Saturday for a challenge and will play Kildangan in the next round of the championship on Saturday, July 12th at 11am in Nenagh.

Under-16: The under-16 panel had a good trip to Cork recently and were hosted by Bishopstown GAA. Brian Cuthbert met the panel and spoke about the values required for players to grow as a group and as individuals. The under-16 team got their championship campaign underway on Monday evening when beating Newport 1-12 to 1-5 in Newport.

Support: Please come out to support all of our young hurlers.

Congratulations: Well done to Jake Morris who was part of the Tipperary under-15 team who won the Humphrey Kelleher Peil Shield final last weekend beating Clare in the final.


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.


As most of you are aware the club, under the expert guidance of PJ Maxwell, Nancy Murphy and Donal A Murphy, are putting the finishing touches to our club history book. This promises to be a comprehensive collection of the history of Gaelic games in our parish.

While the club have made every effort to collect photographs of teams from the present to the distant past and other pictures which would be of interest we appeal to people to get in touch if you have a photograph of interest in your possession.

Please do not assume that we already possess your photograph or that it is of no interest.

Every Éire Óg photo, whether it is of a team, presentation or action shot is of massive importance to us and we would be delighted to have it. We are also anxious to get photos of school teams from any of the schools in the community.

If you have a photograph please get in touch with us at

We promise to return the photo as soon as we have it scanned.

If you need to contact Éire Óg please do so via our Contact page. You can also keep in touch by accessing our Facebook page or by following @nenagheireog on Twitter.