Weekly notes

November 8, 2018

Co SHL: Our seniors lost to Holycross on Friday evening last in the county league. Final score Eire Og 1-18 to 4-13. Our last group game is against Toomevara and this takes place next Tuesday evening in Toomevara at 7.30.

JCHL Final: Our junior C team were beaten after extra time in the league final by Burgess on Friday evening. Final score Eire Og 1-14 Burgess 2-13. Our attention now turns to the championship and this takes place in two weeks time. Our first game is against Toomevara.

U21CH: The U21C team lost to Moneygall in the championship on Wednesday evening last. This ends our interest in this years championship. Many thanks to the players and selectors for their efforts throughout the championship.

MHC: Our minor hurlers play Borris-Ileigh in the first round of the championship today (Wednesday) in Borris-Ileigh at 7.30.

Best Wishes: to Michael Heffernan, Paddy Murphy and the Tipp U21 team when they take on Cork in the first round of the championship next Wednesday against Cork in Pairc Ui Chaoimh.

U14A Nenagh Eire Og 5-12 Roscrea 1-05

The annual Eire Og Summercamp will take place week commencing teh 19th July. Registration forms are available from team managers.

Camogie News:
The U10s traveled to Toomevara on Sunday and played four 10 minute games in which they acquitted themselves very well. They have made steady progress over the year.
We are entering into the second half of the season for the u 12s and the 14s with both of them stepping up a grade for their respective leagues.

The 12s played the clubs first A -game against the well established Burgess club in Nenagh and came out with strong 6-4 to 2-1 win. They then went out to Toomevara to play a strong Toomevara outfit and fell short 4-0 to 0-3 . This now puts Nenagh into the A county semi final to be played at a later date. To add to this and to show the strength in dept of the club the u12 B team had a great victory last week against Kickhams with a 1 goal to 0-0 win.

The u 14s have gone up to the B Division and they had their first outing against Clonoulty last Monday night and emerged with a comprehensive victory.
The U16s have been training really hard and will be ready for their championship when it starts shortly. They have played a number of friendly games and are chomping at the bit to get out in the field to play.

The Junior B also have kept themselves busy with training and friendly games.

Ciara McGrath and Alice Darcy did themselves and their club proud at the weekend when they played for Tipperary U16 teams against Cork

The club now have a deal with A Sportsmans Dream where anyone interested in purchasing club gear from tracksuits to replicas of our newly designed jersey can order them from the shop.