Weekly club news

November 8, 2018

Junior B: Our Junior B team meet Portroe in the league semi final this weekend. Match is fixed for 7,30pm on Saturday evening in Nenagh

Under 6: Our U6s are heading to Roscrea for a game on Saturday at 10.30am. Meeting in the field at 9.40am and leaving the field at 9:45am sharp.

Under 8: After last weekends rest our U8s welcome kilruane this Saturday, so a full attendance will be needed on Wednesday at 5.15pm. Keep up the good work boys!

Under 14: U14 hurling championship this Wednesday vs Ballina. Throw in at 6:30 in Ballina.

Well done to our Feile team who competed in the Feile last weekend. On Friday evening we were defeated in our first game by a strong Naas team. Our second game was against North Tipp neighbours Roscrea. After a close encounter Roscrea ran out three point winners.  On Saturday morning we completed our group games against Dicksboro from Kilkenny.  The lads showed great effort and determination but a stronger Dicksboro rang out winner. The way results went we were pitted against local rivals Toomevara in the shield quarter final. The lads put in a fine performance but just came up short in the end. Many thanks to efforts of the players who got loads of hurling and enjoyed the weekend greatly. We now set our sights back on the North championship.

Camogie News:

This weekend we hosted HWH Bunclody from Wexford in the annual Féile na nGael competition and to say all our players had a fantastic weekend is an understatement. We played five matches between Friday and Saturday Lucan Sarsfields, Shannon Rovers, HWH Bunclody, Newcastlewest and Éire Óg Annacarth and had a very enjoyable disco in the clubhouse on Saturday evening. We wish to thank everyone who helped out in anyway including the juvenile and adult clubs for all their help in organising the event, everyone who helped prepare the clubhouse and playing fields, the host families, everyone who kindly prepared food and all those who served it, those who transported our players to the various venues, Shannon Rovers, Roscrea and Borrisileigh GAA clubs for their warm welcome and hospitality when we played there, those who kindly provided sponsorship for the weekend namely The Hibernian Inn, Pat Carey Refrigeration, Easons, The Thatched Cottage, Councillor Seamus Morris, Collins Bakery and Arrabawn Co-Op and most importantly the Nenagh girls themselves who painted a very positive image of our town and club with their good humour, positive attitude and for the massive welcome they gave to their new friends from Wexford. It was a memorable weekend that will live long in the memory.