Weekly club news

November 8, 2018

U21AH: Our U21 team bowed out of the championship following a 2 point loss to Borris-Ileigh in the semi final last Saturday. Check website for match report. A big thank you to the players and management for their efforts throughout the year.
JCHC Final: The junior C North final has been fixed for the Bank Holiday weekend.
JAFC: Our junior footballers had a 5 point win over Borris-Ileigh in the semi final on Sunday evening last. Final score was Eire Og 0-12 Borris 1-04. We now play Inane Rovers in the North Final this weekend. Check North board fixtures for more details.
First Aid Course: The club is running a First Aid course commencing Wed 20th Oct and continuing on Wed 27th Oct and Wed 3rd Nov – 7pm to 10pm each night. Anyone involved with a club team juvenile and/or Adult is encouraged to attend this course. Please contact Bartley Ryan on 086-7358359 ASAP to register.

Juvenile notes
U6: Burgess and Silvermines visited us on Saturday last and an enjoyable morning was had by all, these young boys are developing their skills under the care of coaches Paul O’Farrell, Tommy Mulcahy and their assistants.

U8: We held our annual tournament on Saturday last with Kilruane, Burgess and Silvermines also attending. In the A final, Kilruane overcame us in an exciting game on the scoreline of 4-1 to 1-4 and in the B final, Silvermines defeated Burgess. Well done to all 4 teams on their fine displays. Many thanks to all the parents who provided food and helped with the catering and to Christy McLoughlin as referee. Many thanks to Tommy Mulcahy who sponsored the tournament and to David Kennedy, Seanie Brennan, Stevie Ryan, Martin Teefey and all others who coached the boys in the last year.
U10: We have finished activities for this age group after a busy year, many thanks to John Phelan, Conor O’Donovan, TP Sullivan and Enda Murphy for their great work in the last year.

U16: We defeated Cashel in the County Semi final in the Ragg on Saturday last on a scoreline of 1-20 to 1-9. Leading by 1-8 to 0-5 at half time and aided by the breeze in the second half, the boys gave a good display with 8 players getting on the scoresheet. The final takes place this Saturday against Durlas Og, see fixtures. This young team have beaten the odds to get to this County Final and deserve all possible support.

Camogie notes
Nenagh  Eire Og Camogie club played their first ever minor game last Sunday morning at McDonagh park in Nenagh. It is just another step along the way for a club moving up the ladder of experience. The opponents were Shannon Rovers who are a well established club. It was a game that was full of delightful skill and courage from both teams. Nenagh had to make do with the 15 players that turned up and by God did they play out of their skin led as usual by the Irrepressible Ciara McGrath at centre back ably assisted by Mary Dillon Dillon at full back Aileen Duggan at mid field and Danielle Harrington at Centre Forward. Nenagh competed well in all parts of the field and led 2-3 to 1-0 at half time. The second half again saw a huge battle between two committed teams but in the end Nenagh ran out winners 3-7 to 1-1. Nenagh forwards Julie Mulqueen Jessica Maher and Aileen Duggan were also denied goals with great saves from the Shannon Rovers goalkeeper. Team L McKenna S O Conner M Dillon C O Conner S Maher C McGrath 1-1 K Madden A Morris1-1 A Duggan1-5 N Costello D Harrington R White Z Gratton J Maher J Mulqueen   
The club would like to congratulate Toomevara and Duharra on serving up a wonderful county final which Duharra won after extra time. Both teams would have put in huge efforts on the training fields to get to that level and it is something that we as a club can aspire to. We would also like to congratulate Noel Moloney as the winning manager.