Weekly notes

November 8, 2018

Co SHL: In this years league were are in the Premier Division of the Co SHL along with Borris-Ileigh, Drom-Inch, Sarsfields, Upperchurch, Clonoulty Rossmore, Holycross and Toomevara. Our first game is against Borris-Ileigh and this takes place Sunday. Check County Board fixtures for more details.


IHL: We played two league games over the past ten days. On Monday 15th, we defeated Knockshegowna and on Saturday we defeated Ballinahinch by 1.18 to 3.08 to leave us top of the group. We now play Ballina in the semi final whick takes place this wekend.Check North Board fixtures for details. 


Support your GAA Club: With this Vodafone programme, at no extra cost to you, 5% of your monthly bill or top-up will to directly to the club. If you are a Vodafone customer and want to support Nenagh Eire Og, register your details on or text your name to 087-1463331.


Membership: Membership is now over due for some people and must be paid immediately. Membership is compulsory for all players. If you are not a paid up member by the 31st March you will not be registered for insurance purposes, will not hold any rights within the club and will not be eligible for tickets to championship matches. You can now also pay your membership on-line via the club website.


Scor: Well done to all that competed in Scor na Paisti this year and a special well done to  Maire Long who finished runner-up in solo singing and to the Novelty Act on reaching the final.  A special thank you to Mairead Long and Noel Stanley for all their help in the planning and organising.


Juvenile news

All first rounds of the football championships have been put forward one week.
U16 – 29th.Mar. Nenagh Eire Og v Inane Rovers in Nenagh
U14 – 31st.Mar. Nenagh Eire Og v Inane Rovers in Nenagh.
U12 – 2nd. Apr. Nenagh Eire Og v Kildangan in Nenagh.
Times to be confirmed.
The semi finals and finals of Peil are to be played in Toomevara on Sat. next 27th.Mar.  Nenagh Eire Og are competing against Portroe in the semi final. Check fixtures for time of games.
We once again appeal to all players to return completed registration forms this week.  Registration of all players must be submitted to GAA by 31st. Mar.


Camogie news

The weekend saw the start of the season for the Junior B team against a very experienced Newport/ Ballinahinch side in McDonagh park Nenagh on Saturday. The starting team for Nenagh Eire Og was made up of mostly last years u 16 team so they were very young and inexperienced especially against a team that won the league last year. Nenagh held Newport scoreless for the first 22 minutes with Alice Darcy Ciara McGrath and Danielle Harrington to the fore for Nenagh. Once Newport scored the floodgates opened for the next 10 minutes and they scored 4 goals. The second half Nenagh brought on some experienced players to augment the youth which resulted in a more even game with Nenjagh scoring 3 points and Newport only getting a further Goal and a point leaving the score line at Nenagh 0-3 Newport/ Ballinahinch 5-1. This year will be a testing year for this young squad but it should be a great adventure( especially for the mother and daughter on the team) and it should help bridge the gap between junior and senior where the club sees itself in the future. We would also like to thank the New members of the club that have just recently joined or rejoined to solidify this young club. We are also more than happy to facilitate any more people that want to join this exciting young club.  Training for the Junioe b team  is on Mondays from 6 to 7.15. Panel.  L McKenna C. Collins A Darcy C O Connor S Maher D Mitchell K Madden D Harrington M Dillon G Morris C McGrath P White R O Brien C Healy V Grace A Duggan B White C Geaney A Geaney S Lovett L Cleary J Maher E Mitchell E Grace K McNamara L Hickey