Weekly club news

November 8, 2018

Membership: Club membership for 2012 is now due and can 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

Club Development Draw: The Nenagh Eire Og Adult, Juvenile and Camogie committees have come together this year to launch a club development draw. Receipts from this draw will go to support games development, improve coaching standards and help finance the ongoing development of club facilities, in particular the upgrading of the main pitch. The star prize on offer is €5,000 with numerous other valuable cash prizes. Tickets costing €25 each will be on sale shortly with the draw taking place as part of a club social event being planned for Friday 23rd March 2011.

U6 & U8: Training will resume Saturday February 25th at 10.00.
U10: Indoor training will continue indoors on Wednesdays from 5.30 to 6.30 and will continue outdoors on Sundays at 12.30, check with team management for more details.
Courses: A level 1 hurling coaching course will take place shortly. Also a Child welfare basic awareness course will take place on Tuesday February 21st from 6.30 to 9.30, it is mandatory that all juvenile club mentors attend this course if not done previously. Contact Phil Hennessy for details of both courses.

Camogie News
U8s are back indoor training on Wednesday, 22 of February from 5:30 to 6:30.
U10’s will be back training within the next week. Trainers will notify you with times and dates.
U12’s. The U/12s are now back training indoors on a Monday Evening. All new members welcome. Please Contact Greg or Philip for details. Our new County Development officer Pat Sheridan organized a 4 team blitz to go with the All Ireland Camogie Semi-Final in Nenagh last weekend. Nenagh, Kilimor, Drom and a Tipperary Selection took part. Well done to everyone on a successful day and thanks to Denise and all the parents who helped with the catering.
U14s. The U/14s are back training on Saturday mornings.  A text will be sent out during the week about weekly indoor training.  All membership forms should be returned at training.
U16: Training is back on a Monday with Louise and Mickey McNamara. Texts are being sent out and please let trainers know of your availability.
The junior b and minors will train in the running track on Tuesdays 8:30 to 9:30. All interested are asked to contact Enda O’Sullivan at New members are always welcome and also it would be nice to see some old faces back again.
Hard luck to St Mary’s Secondary School who lost their All-Ireland semi-final against Loreto, Kilkenny last  Saturday in Dolla. All present witnessed a brilliant game and everyone who took part should be proud of their efforts. Our girls have played a huge part in the Schools great run. Ciara McGrath scored the winning goal in the Munster Final. Aileen Duggan got player of the week for her hat-trick in the Quarter Final and Alana Morris has been a model of consistency with her powerful displays even though she was the youngest of the starting 15. Rachel Maher, Caitriona O’Connor, Judy Ryan-Mulqueen and Holly O’Brien, who is working her way back from injury, are also on the panel.
Sinead Long in the recitation represented our Club in the Scor County Final in Cashel last weekend. Despite not winning Sinead gave an excellent performance.
The Camogie County Board is holding a Sale of Work in the Ragg Camogie field next Sunday. All Support will be gratefully received. All Clubs have been asked to donate and Nenagh Camogie Club has contributed vouchers bought locally in Nenagh.
Our registration night is on Friday 24 of February from 6pm to 8pm in the Nenagh Complex. Parents are asked to attend and get your child registered for the year. Any child not registered is not insured to play for the Club.