Weekly club notes

November 8, 2018

Seamus O Riain: We played Lorrha in the quarter final of the Seamus O Riain cup on Monday night in Semple Stadium and ran out easy winners in the end. We play the next round this coming weekend when we meet Templedery Kenyons at 5pm on Sunday evening in Dolla.

MAHC: Congratulations to our minor hurlers after they defeated Burgess in this years north final. This win means we have now won our fourth divisional minor title in four years. Final Score was Eire Og 4-10 Burgess 2-14. On Saturday, we played St Marys Clonmel in the county semi final and won on a scoreline of 3-12 to 0-13. We now play Thurles Sarsfields in the county final which is fixed for Dolla at 12 midday this Saturday.

JCHC: Our junior C team kept their unbeaten run in the championship going on Sunday evening following a comprehensive win over Ballinahinch on a scoreline of 5-12 to 0-08. They now progress to the semi final with one group game remaining. This final group game is against Burgess.

Congratulations: To Mikey, Paddy and the Tipp U21 team after capturing the All-Ireland U21 title last Saturday evening in Semple Stadium.

U14A: In the county semi-final Nenagh Eire Og 3-11 beat Cluain an Ultaigh Ros Mor 0-02. Congratulations to the U14 boys and mentors on securing a great win. They are now through to the County final which is  fixed for Friday evening at 5:45pm in Templederry.

The last two weeks saw one win and one loss each for the U16s and the Junior b teams.
U16s The u 16s had a great win against Moneygall in Nenagh with a resounding 3-11 to 1-1 scoreline. The team carried on from the Silvermines win with a great team performance and they also showed the energy levels of a team that has put in a lot of hard work pre season. The scorers were G Morris 1-2 C McGrath 0-4 D Harrington 1-1 H O Brien 1-1 J Maher 0-1 A Morris 0-1 A Duggan 0-1 They then totally collapsed against a strong Kilruane team in Ardcroney losing 6-3 to 1-4 with the scorers being A Morris 0-4 C McGrath 1-0. The loss can be turned into a positive if the Girls learn from it and use it to drive them on in a very tough semi final that awaits them next Tuesday in the Ragg at 6pm against a very strong Thurles team.
The Junior B team had a loss away to Silvermines and a win away against Cahir as they consolidate themselves as a team that is growing in confidence with each game. 
The camogie club would like to thank Duffys circus who made 200 tickets available through the Mayor Of Nenagh to the club. We had a great night out at the circus which was high quality  entertainment we would encourage people to take time out to visit this event while it is in town.
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