Weekly news

November 8, 2018

Co SHL: Nenagh Eire Og recorded a second successive victory in this years county league with a good win over Drom-Inch in the Ragg on Friday evening last. After two games in the league, our attention turns to the North Championship and on Sunday we play Moneygall in the first round. This takes place at 1.30pm in Toomevara. All support appreciated.

U21: Our U21A team had a comprehensive win over Roscrea in the losers group of the championship on Saturday evening last in Moneygall. Our U21C team will play Ballinahinch in round two of the championship on Tues next at 6:30 in Nenagh.
IHL: Our interest in the intermediate league was ended on Sunday morning last when we were defeated by a stronger Ballina team in the semi final of the league. Our attention now turns to the junior championship as this starts in the next few weeks. Minor football: Our 1st round game was postponed last Wednesday against Roscrea due to a waterlogged pitch.
Juvenile news: Fixtures: U14A Football Rnd.1 Nenagh Eire Og v Inane Rovers at 6.30pm in Nenagh on 7th. April. Feile: Nenagh Eire Og v Burgess or Ballina at 2.00pm in Nenagh on 10th.April. Results: U16A Football: Nenagh Eire Og competed against Inane Rovers on Mon. last in very tough conditions. It was a close game with both teams giving it their all considering the terrible weather. Nenagh came up trumps in the end with a final score of Nenagh Eire Og 2-09 to Inane Rovers 2-06 Kilmacud return on Thursday evening 8th.Apr. for a visit to Nenagh to play our U16 team. Game is scheduled to be played at 5.30pm. We hope as many as possible will be out to welcome them to Nenagh again and we look forward to a good game between the two teams.
Camogie News: There has been a noticeable stepping up of activities as the championship season nears with a number of friendly games and the actual start of the Junior b championship. The junior b will find the season tough for them as this is a huge step up for such a young club. This team is work in progress and the team needs to be patient and also enjoy their improvement along the way. The weekend before last saw a defeat away to Portroe 2-4 to 1-0 and last Sunday we were up against a strong Silvermines side who eventually won 11-9 to 3-2. The season will be judged on the eventual collective improvement of the team as they prepare the club for the step up to senior Camogie. Panel L McKenna C.Collins A Darcy C O Connor K McNamara S Maher D Mitchell K Madden M Dillon D Harrington N Costello C McGrath A Duggan G Morris R O Brien R White BWhite E Mitchell C Healy L Hickey S Browne J Maher C Geaney A Geaney C Collins The u 14s traveled to Ballinahinch last Sunday week to play a friendly against Newport and after a very close first half against a young Newport side ran out comfortable winners 3-4 to 1-0. It was a raw display and the Team will need a lot of fine tuning to get them ready for the u 14 B championship which sees us drawn against Thurles Clonoulty and our old adversaries Holycross. This is due to start in the next week or so weather permitting. Panel S Quigley M McKenna R Maher C Mulqueen A Heffernan Z Gratten R Starr A Morris P Ryan M Collins C O Brien H O Brien M Shoer A Long E Slattery G O Brien L Darcy S O Curren A Coffey N Ryan A McGrath C Ryan. The club are running an Extended Camogie Training camp over 2 days for u 12s and u 14s Wednesday 7 and Thursday 8 April 10 am to 1 pm each day cost 5 euros per day. The club is also doing a walk a thon on Sunday 11 April at 3 o clock. All sponsorship forms have to be back by Friday 9th April. Congratulations to Ciara McGrath who scored two points for the Tipperary u 16 team in their Defeat of Clare which now puts them in the All Ireland Semi Final and to Alanna Morris Zowie Gratten Coleen O Brien and Rachel Maher who represented Tipperary u 14s in two games against Dublin last Saturday Morning in Cahir.