Weekly club news

November 8, 2018

SHC: Our senior hurlers are in quarter final action this week against against Kilruane. This game takes place in Toomevara on Wednesday evening at 7.30pm

JAHC: Our junior A team made a winning start to the championship with a 2-point win over Burgess last Saturday evening. Final score 3-11 to 0-18. We play Moneygall in the next round on Sunday 26th June in Toomevara at 7:30pm

JBHL: Our junior B team drew with Kilruane in the final round of the league last Thursday evening on a final score of Eire Og 0-14 Kilruane 1-11. We play Kilruane in the semi final next Tuesday evening and this game takes place in Nenagh at 7.30pm

MAHC: Our minor hurlers start their defence of the championship when they take on Lorrha  in round one of the group phase.

Upcoming fixtures:

Wednesday 22nd June
Senior Hurling Quarter Final (Extra Time)
In  Toomevara at 7.30pm Nenagh Éire Óg v Kilruane McDonaghs

Sunday 26th June
Junior Hurling Championship
In Toomevara at 7.30pm  Nenagh Éire Óg v Moneygall

Tuesday 28th June
Junior B League semi final (Extra Time)
In Nenagh at 7.30pm Nenagh Éire Óg v Kilruane McDonaghs

Thursday 30th  June
Minor A Hurling Championship
In Borrisokane at 7.30pm Lorrha v Nenagh

Juveile news:

U12: We defeated Ballina in both U12 games in Ballina on Monday last. We play Roscrea on Monday of this week in Nenagh.
U14: We defeated Roscrea by 1-14 to 1-3 in Nenagh, we now have won 4 out of the 5 games played. We play Toomevara away on Wednesday of this week at 6.00.
Summercamp: Our annual summercamp is scheduled for the week of 18th to 22nd  July, forms will be distributed by end June.
Supercamp: In conjunction with the VHI GAA cul camps, the County board will be holding a supercamp for the 13 – 16 year age group, boys and girls. One super camp will be run in each division with the North camp taking place in Dolla on August 2, 3 and 4th at a cost of €40 per head, places are limited, first come, first served. Contact any club officer for information or 087 1275613.

Camogie news:

The u 12s played a very successful go games blitz in Kilcoleman on Saturday. They continue to improve and are competing very intensely in all games. Thanks to all involved in making the Go Games work so well.
The Junior Bs had two Munster league games  over the last two weeks against Tulla (Clare) and St Vincents (Cork). Despite being seriously depleted and having no more than the bare team they competed extraordinarily well against very experienced opposition. Both games were worth their weight in gold in terms of experience and the Hurling skills of the team are improving with every game. The team also got to wear their new set of Jerseys sponsored by Nenagh Credit Union. The team took the long bus trip to Cork last Friday and were very well looked after by the St Vincents team afterwards. Huge respect must go to the team for competing so well against the odds. Next Friday they travel to Ennis to play Eire Og Ennis at 8 o clock and support would be very much appreciated. Thank You also to Kathleen Clarke for looking after the First Aid for the team. Team Laura McKenna Claire Collins Donna Mitchell Catriona O Connor Sarah Maher Alice Darcy Mikaella Gleeson Rebecca White Mary Dillon Gemma Morris Danielle Harrington Niamh Costello Jessica Maher Rosin O Brien Louise Hickey.
The club had a sponsored walk on Sunday morning and would ask that all sponsorship cards be handed back this week.
Congratulations to St Marys Nenagh for winning the Cumann Na Mbunscol u 11 and u 13 a County finals last week in Thurles. The hard work being put in by Suzanne Kelly and Tommy Mulcahy in the school will reflect well on our club with plenty of new well coached recruits. We thank the school for this and look forward to a fruitful relationship. We would also like to thank the Cumann Na mBunscol committee for putting together two days of fantastic finals in Semple Stadium. The much maligned school staff have shown that the fruits of their unpaid labour is well received by the Children Parents and clubs.
Congratulations to Maeve Coffey who played for Tipperary on Sunday in the Primary games against Clare in the Gaelic Grounds.