Weekly club news

November 8, 2018


Junior A: Our Junior Hurlers lost out to Ballybacon-Grange in the County Quarter-final on Saturday. Still no date confirmed for the North Final against Kiladangan.

Congratulations from all at Nenagh Éire Óg to Andrew Coffey, who made the U21 Team of the Year and was nominated for the Goal of the Year for his performances with the Tipperary U21 team this year.

Under 21: Our U21 team kick off their year against Borris-Iliegh this weekend, time and venue to be confirmed.


Under 8: Our U8s travelled to Roscrea for their final matches of the season where they performed very well. They are a credit to their club and their families. Training for the last week at usual times.

Under 10: U10s finish training for the year this Wednesday 12th, with some fun, games and treats. Many thanks to all the lads and their parents for their participation and support during the year. We'll be in touch regarding winter training in the alley for the boys in due course. Keep up the good work.


Under-11: We are playing in the Toomevara blitz this weekend and mentors will be in contact with parents/guardians with the details.

Under-12: Our players were presented with their end of year medals by Tipperary All Ireland winning minor Jake Morris over the weekend. Thanks to all the players who made it a great year and of course their mentors for coaching them and organising the various games as well as the parents/guardians who brought the girls to training and matches. We are looking forward to 2017 already!

End of Year Party: We will be organising an end of year party in the coming weeks for our teams from under-8 up to under-16. Mentors will be in contact with the details.

Intermediate: The week belongs to our intermediate side who at the first time of asking in this grade have qualified for the county final after a hard fought win against our neighbours Silvermines on a scoreline of 2-5 to 0-10. We are awaiting details of the final so please keep an eye on our Facebook and Twitter accounts for details of this historic fixture. Best of luck ladies in the final.