Weekly club news

November 8, 2018

Junior B: Hard luck to our Junior B hurlers who narrowly lost out to Portroe in the League Semi-Final this weekend.

Junior A: Best of luck to our Junior A team get their Championship Campaign underway this Friday, July 1st, when they take on Kiladangan at 7:30 p.m in Kilcoleman.

Munster final tickets: Any Club member looking for tickets for the Munster Hurling Final between Tipperary and Waterford should contact Club Secretary Anne Kennedy.

Under 6: Our U6's travelled in numbers to Roscrea on Saturday and did the club proud. A great day was had by all and the children involved are a credit to the club and their families. The U6 management team would like to thank all concerned for your continued support.

Under 8: Our U8's had a great day with their Kilruane neighbours on Saturday. The management team are very happy with their performance,and the hard work in training is showing on the field. Many thanks to the parents for providing food and refreshments for our guests.

Under 10: Our U10s hosted Kilruane on Saturday morning. Everyone had a great morning's hurling. The boys next match is Wednesday evening at 6.30pm against Toomevara in Nenagh.

Under 14: Hard luck to our u14 hurlers who were beaten by Ballina last Wednesday evening. This Wednesday they play Silvermines in round 3. The game takes place in Nenagh at 6.30pm. All support greatly appreciated.

Nenagh Éire Óg Annual Summer Camp, Monday July 25th to Friday July 29th, 2-5pm for boys and girls aged 5-12 years old (non-members welcome). €45 per child with reduced rates for two or more from the same family. It's always a very popular camp full of fun, friendship and activity so book early. Contact Catherine on 086 0855165 for more information or text to reserve a place.

Congratulations to Pádraic Hassett who will follow in the footsteps of his Grandad Matt and sisters Ruth and Maeve when he puts on the Tipp jersey at half-time in the Munster Football Final between Tipp and Kerry in Killarney on Sunday. Pádraic will represent C.B.S Primary in the Primary Game wearing number 4 and we wish him a wonderful day out from all in the club.

On Wednesday morning, the boys of the Gaelscoil and Nenagh CBS played two fun games in MacDonagh Park and great fun was had by all. Afterwards the boys were giving ice pops by referee Christy McLoughlin and on a warm day they were a welcome treat.

The boys and those who came to support were very well behavied and presented a very positive picture of both schools. We in Nenagh Éire Óg wish to thank the teachers in all the schools in the parish who so generously volunteer their time to promote Gaelic games. Their contribution to our club over the decades cannot be measured and it is appreciated by all in the club. (Photos below)