Weekly club news

November 8, 2018

Membership: Club membership for 2013 is now due and should be paid to any club officer or online at Fees are Adult €25, Under 18 at 1st Jan €25. Family membership A (1 Adult + multiple u18s) €60. Family membership B (2 Adult + multiple u18s ) €85. All players, managers and team mentors must be fully paid up club members.

Sports Prediction Quiz 2013: The Sports Prediction Quiz deadline is this Friday 1st. The cost of entry is just €10. Download the sheet from or sheets can be purchased and returned to Paul Lillis, Mark Long or Brian McDonnell.

Referee’s Training Course: A Foundation course for new referees will take place in the Sarsfields Centre, Thurles over four nights on 13/18/20/25 February. If there is anyone interested in undertaking this course please contact club secretary Declan Bailey to get a signed application form.

Juvenile Notes:
Annual Juvenile Flag Day and Church Gate Collection will take place this weekend February 2nd and 3rd. Please help to make this a success for the boys.
U14 training will take place Mondays at 5:30 and Saturdays at 4:00 until further notice.
Reminder that Juvenile membership for 2013 is now due.
Camogie Club News:
The concert in the Church of Ireland on Friday last was a fantastic success with great musical displays from The Nenagh CBS band, the camogie quartet of Alanna Morris ,Judy Mulqueen and Lilly and Holly O Brien, Paul o Gorman played a few pieces on piano and a Céilí group that included Fr Antony McMahon and Roisín Brook on the church organ. We would like to thank all the musicians and Patrick Brook who was the main instigator of the fundraising concert and of course Reverand Marie Rowland Brook who made the beautiful Church Of Ireland available for us. We would also like to thank the Church of Ireland community who supported the concert in large numbers and Collins and Quigley bakeries for donating buns and the camogie mums for helping with the tea and washing up afterwards.

Our under fourteens have resumed training on Saturday mornings in the hurling field while our under twelves and under thirteens are training Mondays and Thursdays from 5.15pm to 6.30pm. New players are always more than welcome.

Our registration nights take place on the 21st and 22nd of February from 6pm to 8pm.

St Marys Munster senior league final against St Flannans was cancelled and as yet we have no details of the refixure. We will post it to our websites when available.

The Nenagh Eire Og GAA Club Fundraising Lotto draws which run on a weekly basis play a huge part in the clubs fundraising efforts.  You can now offer your support by playing online and join the growing numbers of players. We currently have online players in Ireland, Spain, Switzerland, USA and Australia. When playing online you will receive the Lotto results and a weekly club news updates by email after each draw has taken place. The camogie club benefits enormously from this and we ask all club members to join at