Weekly club news

November 8, 2018

MAHC: Congratulations to our minor hurlers who captured the North title on Saturday afternoon after they defeated Kildangan on a scoreline of 1.14 to 1.9 which was played in Moneygall. This win completes 6 in a row divisional minor titles. See website for match report. In the county semi final Holycross will provide the opposition, this game is fixed for Saturday the 17th of November.

U21AHC: Our U21 hurlers are drawn to play Borris-Ileigh in the losers group of the championship. This game takes place on Saturday next at 2pm in Dolla. See fixtures for more details.

Bereavement: The Nenagh Eire Og  club was deeply saddened last week at the passing of John Tucker, Sympathy is extended to the immediate and extended Tucker family.  John served the club for many decades in numerous roles and his loss will be felt throughout the club and in the wider GAA community. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a hanam dílís.

Camogie News

U8s are now finished for 2012. We want thank all the girls and their parents for their help and commitment throughout the year. The girls had a great time at our end of year outing to Jumpin Gyms. Thanks to all the trainers and helpers for looking after the girls and making the year very enjoyable.

U12s. The U/12s are training on a Monday and Thursday Evening.  Our u/12 teams are now very busy with matches. Our A team had a very good win against Drom and our B team went down in a hard fought game to Holycross. We played Silvermines in a practice match last weekend and thanks to Silvermines for this. We are playing our County semi-final V Newport in the Ragg next Saturday Morning. We would welcome your support.
U14s.  The U/13 and U/14 panels can now take a well earned rest after having an excellent year. These panels reached 7 finals this year, winning 4 of them and all of them at A grade. The medal presentation night is planned for early December.
Our minors bowed out of the Competition after losing to Clonoulty.  Thanks to all the girls and trainers for putting in the effort during the year. Well done to Nenagh minor hurling team on winning their sixth North Final in a row.
Presentation Night for Nenagh Camogie Club will take place on Saturday 1st of December. We have a lot of County medals to give out so we ask everyone to put this date in your diary.

FUNDING: We have bag packing on 8-9 November.  We will also be Bag Packing on the 23-24 of November. All help will be needed on these dates and please don’t be afraid to contact Denise or any committee member and let them know what times you will be available for. These are our biggest fundraisers during the year and with the Club being so successful in already winning three County Finals, competing in two All Ireland finals, having competed in our first Adult County Final and the possibility of a couple more Juvenile County Finals, you can see the Club needs all the help and funds that we can get.