Weekly Club news

November 8, 2018

Club Membership for 2017 is now due, and can be paid to Membership Secretary Derek Lillis, any committee members or online at

Registration: Juvenile Registration in the complex on Saturday 10-12 noon. Membership is once again €25 for the year. Players must be registered to field.

Eire Ogres:Final day of the Éire Ógres this Saturday 9.45-10.45am.

U14: football/hurling training is on this week in Nenagh College from 6.30pm – 7.30pm on Monday and from 6pm – 7pm on Friday. Final hurling academy session also takes place from 10.30am  Peil Féile competition is expected to start in the next few weeks.

U16: Footballers kick off their season on Saturday at 3pm with a home match against Lorrha Rovers Gaels. Please come out to support the lads.

Hurling Academy: Great morning at the Hurling Academy on Saturday at Nenagh College. Many thanks to Tipp hurlers John McGrath, Barry and Tommy Heffernan and Daire Quinn for their excellent coaching.

Final Hurling Academy session takes place from 10.30am – 11.45am in Nenagh College this Saturday.

Congratulations to Grace O Brien who had the honour of being the first Nenagh Eire Og Camogie player to win the Ashbourne cup with her college team University of Limerick who defeated U CC in the final. Aishling O Brien, Sarah Quigley and Mairéad Sheridan also competed with their respective colleges.

Congratulations to Maeve Coffey, Ruth Hassett, Hazel McAuliffe, Emer Ryan, Niamh Sheridan and Caroline Browne who were part of the successful Tipperary minor camogie team who defeated Offaly 1.18 to 1-08 in the first round of the Minor camogie All Ireland championship in Birr

Congratulations to Ella Carey and her Borrisokane Community College junior team who have qualified for the All Ireland final.

Best of luck to Catriona Morris, Katie Morris, Lucy Spain, Ella Carey and Maeve Hasset and the Tipperary u 16  Tipperary team as they prepare for their upcoming championships

Week 3 of the Nenagh Ogres which is being run in conjunction with Nenagh Eire Og and it has been a huge success with over 50 young girls turning up for the fun filled Saturday mornings and tea and coffee for the Mams and Dads . A huge thank you to Niall Cahill Catherine McTiernan and the ladies from the Senior Camogie team who have given up their time willingly to make the event the huge success that it is.

The senior camogie team make history when they play their first ever senior game on Sunday at 12 o clock in MacDonagh Park when they take on Annacarthy. Best of luck to Paul Henry, Bertie Sherlock, Greg Browne, Shane Connolly, Liz Duggan and Séamie Morris and their young team as they look forward to a historic year for the club. The team could do with a huge support on the day.