Weekly club news

November 8, 2018

Sports Prediction Quiz 2013: The 2013 Nenagh Eire Og Sports Prediction Quiz has now just been launched.This year we have 25 Sporting Events to predict with 50% of all entry fees as prize money again up for grabs. Similar to last year, entrants must predict the winner of various sporting events throughout the course of 2013 and the quiz will continue until late into the year. The cost of entry is still just €10 and the closing date for this year’s competition is the 1st February 2013. Download the sheet from or sheets can be purchased from Paul Lillis, Mark Long or Brian McDonnell.
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.
Club Lotto: 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.
SCOR NA Bpaisti: The club final of Scor na Bpaisti will take on Friday 18th January in the Complex. Proceedings will commence at 7.30pm and it is hoped to have a big turnout to support all contestants.

Camogie News:
On Friday 25th January the Church of Ireland in Nenagh are holding a concert and this year they have generously decided to donate all proceeds to our camogie club. This is a fantastic gesture which the club really appreciates. We ask as many players, parents and supporters to please attend for what promises to be a wonderful nights’ entertainment. Please check our facebook page for further details over the coming week.

Hard luck to St Marys who were defeated by the Presentation Thurles in the Munster colleges A final at the weekend. The club was well represented with a large number of players on the panel. We wish to thank Mr Dulea and all the teachers in the school for generously giving up their free time to coach and prepare the teams. Schools camogie is crucial in the development of our players as the girls continue to train and play throughout the Winter months and without the teachers goodwill they would miss out on this important sporting and social advancement.

The St Marys junior team are playing St Flannans Ennis this Saturday in the Munster final. It is a home fixture and at time of going to press we don’t have the details but we will post them on our website and facebook as soon as they come to hand. We encourage everybody to go along and cheer on the team.