Eire Og Anacarty (@1.66) vs Upperchurch (@2.5)
11-09-2019

Our Prediction:

Eire Og Anacarty will win

Eire Og Anacarty – Upperchurch Match Prediction | 11-09-2019 13:00

Jake Morris and Tommy Heffernan scored Nenaghs goals. For a full match report from this game please clickhere. Our senior hurlers recorded a 2-21 to 1-15 win over Upperchurch Drombane in the opening round of the Tipperary Water county championship on Saturday in Dolla.

Sarah is joined on the team by Nenagh Handball Club star Sinad Meagher and we send our very best to all the panel and management. Sarah has proven herself to be one of the countrys top goalkeepers and it is no surprise to anyone who has watched her progress over the years to see her don the Blue & Gold with distinction. Everyone in the club sends our best wishes to Sarah Quigley and the Tipperary intermediate camogie team as they get ready to face Kilkenny in the Littlewoods National Camogie League division two final on Easter Sunday.

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Already 2019 has been very positive for the Camogie Club with a large number of underage girls joining up after a hugely successful Nenagh ire Ogres Camp taking place in February. All of the age groups from under eights through to minor and senior have seen a growth in numbers which bodes well for the future of Nenagh ire g Camogie Club. With the #2020 campaign launched earlier in the year, an all-inclusive movement to shift Irelands cultural perception of womens sport by 2020 and to encourage more female participation in sport, the club was delighted to welcome back so many of the Senior girls to training who represented the club so well in 2018.

Our junior hurlers defeated Roscrea in an entertaining clash in MacDonagh Park on Saturday 1-18 to 0-17. Craig Hilmi scored the all important goal in the first half however for most the result pales into insignificance with the news that during the second half Donnacha Quinn came on as a second-half substitute making his first competitive appearance for ire g since suffering a horrific knee injury in September 2015 in a county senior championship game against Portroe. Its been a long and painful 1,301 days of rest, operations, recuperations, set backs and pain for Donnacha but he faced it all with determination and dignity and the entire club was delighted to finally see him back in action.

Kilruane MacDonaghs will face Ballina in a preliminary round game while the remaining first round games will see Kildangan face the winner of the Kilruane v Ballina game and Toomevara take on Newport Gaels. ire g have been drawn against Roscrea in the opening round. The 2015 Walshs of Nenagh North Tipperary Under-21A Hurling Championship will be run on a knock-out-losers-group system.

Big Saturday Ahead for ire g

The date for the first round of the county championship against Loughmore-Castleiney will take place on Sun April 30th in Boherlahan at 3:30pm. ***Kindly Sponsored by Pas Bar, Upperchurch***SENIOR HURLINGOur senior hurlers gained their first victory of the county league beating Drom & Inch last Monday by 1-18 to 1-17. This is part of a double header with Eire Og Annacarty facing Mullinahone at 2pm.

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Limerick won the game on a 2-26 to 2-14 scoreline in front of an attendance of 44,052 in dry conditions.[178][179][180][181][182]Playing with the wind in the first half, Seamus Callanan scored a goal for Tipperary in the 18th minute when he ran in on goal after a pass from Noel McGrath to shoot low to the left corner of the net, this put Tipperary into a 1-6 to 0-4 lead. Tipperary goalkeeper Brian Hogan made goal saving saves from Cian Lynch and Gearoid Hegarty in the first half.[183]Man of the match Peter Casey got a goal for Limerick in the 26th minute, flicking to the net after a pass from the left by Aaron Gillane.[184]Limerick had a 1-11 to 1-9 lead at half-time. After finishing the group stage with four wins out of four, Tipperary played Limerick who finished in second place in the group, in the Munster Final at the Gaelic Grounds.[174][175][176]The Tipperary team named for the match included Cathal Barrett, but he did not start, Samus Kennedy coming into the team in his place, while Dan McCormack replaced the injured Patrick Maher.[177]The match was televised live on RT2 as part of the Sunday Game presented by Joanne Cantwell with analysis by Anthony Daly, Donal g Cusack and Henry Shefflin. Commentary on the game was provided by Ger Canning alongside Michael Duignan. Tipperary's second goal came from John McGrath in the 44th minute when he got free running in from the right to shoot to the right of the net.

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We then play our final county group round against Loughmore-Castleiney on Saturday Sept 7th at 5pm in Templetouhy. It all starts with our second round of the county championship on Sunday Sept 1st against Burgess at 2:30pm in The Ragg. Following these 2 fixtures is our mid quarter final against Thurles Sarsfields scheduled for Sunday Sept 15th at 2pm in The Ragg. This is part of a double header with Loughmore v Nenagh throwing in at 1pm. SENIOR HURLINGThe hurling championship gets back into full swing with us guaranteed to be playing the next 3 weekends. Best of luck to the lads and it would be great to see a big local support there.

On 24 September 2018, Liam Sheedy was appointed as the new manager of the Tipperary senior hurling team on a three-year term.[7][8][9][10][11][12]In October 2018, Tommy Dunne was named as the coach of the senior hurlers with Darragh Egan also added to the back-room team as goalkeeping coach.

In wet and showery conditions, Kilkenny opened the scoring in the first minute with a free from TJ Reid.[236]Michael Breen got Tipperary's first point after 3 minutes to make the score 2-1. A torrential downpour came after around 5 minutes of the game with many heading for cover under the stands.[237]Tipperary playing into the Davin end in the first half might have had a penalty after 9 minutes when Seamus Callanan was pulled down inside the square with the referee awarding a free instead.[238]After 16 minutes Cathal Barrett caught Richie Hogan high across the faceguard with his hurley with Kilkenny being awarded a free which they scored to make it 6-3.[239]Three minutes later Tipperary goalkeeper Brian Hogan caught John Donnellys shot from over his crossbar with HawkEye awarding the point.[240][241]Tipperary scored their first goal of the match after 25 minutes when Jason Forde found Niall O'Meara with a hand pass and he turned past Conor Fogarty before shooting low to the right corner of the net to make the score 0-8 to 1-5.[242]After 33 minutes Cathal Barrett was caught high with a right shoulder to the head near the sideline from Richie Hogan with the referee showing a straight red card to Hogan.

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Tipperary took part in the Munster Senior Hurling League for the first time in 2019. They began their campaign against Limerick on 14 December 2018 at the Gaelic Grounds.[33][34][35]Newcomer to the panel Conor Hammersley, Brendan Maher, Billy McCarthy and Michael Cahill are all unavailable with cruciate knee ligament injuries.[36][37]Tipperary defeated Limerick by 4-14 to 2-17 in front of an attendance of 3,224.