Weekly Club News

November 8, 2018

Juniors: Our Junior Hurlers unfortunately lost the North Final on a scoreline of 3-11 to 2-06. We would like to take this opportunity to thank all of our players, management and everyone who helped out throughout the year.

AGM: The Nenagh Éire Óg Annual General Meeting (AGM) will be held on Wednesday, December 14th at 8pm in the MacDonagh Park Complex.

Healthy Club Project: Nenagh Eire Og are hosting their next community event around the area of gambling awareness.Niall McNamee, gambling awareness advocate with the GPA will be joined by former Galway hurler and addiction counsellor Justin Campbell to explore this topic. The event is being held in the Abbey Court Hotel on Wednesday 7thDecember at 7.30pm and members / players from all clubs and the wider community are invited to attend.  Admission is free.


Under 16: Strength & Conditioning training continues every Wednesday night at 6.45pm for 1 hour in McDonagh Park.

Congrats: Well done to Jamie Kennedy (U14), Ben West, Dylan Murphy (U15), Callan Scully, Darragh Tinkler, Conor Robinson, Rory O'Donovan & Sean Phelan (U16) who represented Nenagh Éire Óg at round one the County Divisional Football Tournament on Saturday. Matches continue each Saturday for the next three weeks. Best of luck to our lads including U15 mentor Kevin Mulryan.


Intermediate: Our intermediate side suffered a heart-breaking one point defeat to Waterford side, Gailltír in the Munster club final on Saturday in Cahir. The girls were magnificent and performed to the absolute best of their abilities, representing the club with pride, honour and respect however it just wasn't to be and we send our best wishes to our opponents in the All Ireland series. We wish to thank the entire panel and management team for all their hard work throughout 2016 and we now look forward to senior camogie in 2017. We also send our congratulations to neighbours Burgess Duharra, who won the Munster senior final in style, defeating Inniscarra and we send them our very best wishes in the All Ireland championship. We also want to thank their many supporters who travelled early to support us in our Munster final.