Weekly notes

November 8, 2018

JCHL: Our junior C’s made it two wins from two after a fine win our Shannon Rovers last Friday night in McDonagh Park. Goals from David Sherlock, John Donnellan and David Hickey paved the way for an 8 point victory. Final score was Nenagh Eire Og 3.7 Shannon Rovers 0.8. Our last game in the group is against Toomevara and this takes place the w/e of the 29th May.
Co SHL: Our seniors were beaten in round 5 of the county league on Sunday last by Clonoulty Rossmore. Final score was Clonoulty 2.16 Eire Og 0.14. Our next game is against Holycross Ballycahill. Check fixtures for more details. 
Junior Football: The junior footballers are due to play Templederry this Friday night in the championship. Check North Board fixtures for details.
Co Board Draw: All promoters should return outstanding monies for the Co Board Draw to Marion Ryan as soon as possible.
Tickets: Any member requiring tickets for Tipp v Cork game must place their order with Joe Hanrahan 086/8050423 by Thursday 20th May. Stand, terrace and family tickets available.

Juvenile News:

U14a North Semi-final Nenagh Eire Og 5-09 Inane Rovers 2-05
U12a hurling Nenagh Eire Og 3-01 Moneygall 2-07
U14a North Final Nenagh Eire Og v Ballina in Dolla on Wed.19th Throw in at 7.15pm.

Camogie News:

Tipperary U 16: Tipperary u 16 Camogie team were unlucky to lose the All Ireland final against Galway last Sunday in Tullamore.  Nenaghs Cíara McGrath who has been a wonderful ambassador for our club and she certainly did us proud in Tullamore with a tally of 2 points and also she dropped in two frees intentionally short of the Galway goals which resulted in 2 goals for Tipperary. Nenagh Eire Og Camogie club would like to thank the management team for their dedication to the girls this year.

The u 14’s qualified for the County Final last Monday with a very hard fought win against Kilruane. The score line  may look like it was one sided but Nenagh were made to fight all the way by their neighbours Kilruane and it took some great saves from Sarah Quigley to keep us in the game. It will take a huge step up in quality to win the county final against Thurles. Final score Nenagh 5-4 Kliruane 1-1 Team S Quigley M McKenna R Maher C Mulqueen R Starr A Morris A Heffernan Z Gratton0-1  P Ryan M Collins A Long C O Brien 1-1  M Sheridan1-0 H O Brien1-1 G O Brien1-1  E Slattery 1-0 S O Connor A Coffey A McGrath S Gleeson C Curren C Ryan A Dillon

The U 12’s also qualified for a county final with a fine win against Drom and Inch on Thursday. Nenagh were  the better team all over the field and it showed in the final scoreline. Like the u 14s they will need a huge improvement if they are to beat St Cronins Roscrea in the final. Score Nenagh 4.6 Drom 0-1. Team and scorers S Quigley V Tynan N Ryan K O Connor R Burke A Dillon L Darcy H McAuliffe N Coffey 1-2 C Ryan A Hallinan L Sheedy G O Brien 1-4 F Hennessy 2-0 H Coffey R Hassett S Kennedy S Morris S Griffen A Byrne C Phelan A Kennedy C Costelloe C Browne R Browne B McGrath N Sheridan K Manicle B Boland R O Connor B McKenna S Shanahan L Kelly

The best of luck  to Rachel Maher Grace O Brien  and Sarah Quigley who will represent Tipperary Primary schools team in the weeks to come.

Well done to Niamh Ryan and Zoey Gratton who won Cumann Na Bunscoil plaudits recently.