Eire Óg Inis

Founded 1952

Co. Clare

Club notes 25 August 2023

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Upcoming Club minor and adult championships

Our U13 football and intermediate camogie teams kick off the weekend at 7pm tonight in Éire Óg with Doora Barefield providing the opposition for both games. It’s a championship semi for our U13s and round 3 for the intermediates. Best of luck to both teams, be sure to get yourself to the club this evening to show your support.

Cusack Park is the venue for Saturday evening’s SHC Rd 3 clash v the neighbours Clarecastle, the only place to be is on the sideline but if you can’t make it the game will be streamed on Saturday, cost is €10, or buy the weekend package of 7 games for €30. Link below. Live updates also on the club Twitter page @CLGEireOgInis

Link to view all adult and minor championship fixtures/results: Adult/Minor fixtures

(keep an eye on club social media for any changes to fixtures)

Clare GAA Championship links

Clare GAA Future Ticketing ticket link: https://eventlist.store/claregaa/tickets

*purchase online for discounted price, weekend pass also available online.

Clare GAA TV TUS Championship streaming link: https://page.inplayer.com/claregaa/index.html

Clare GAA fixtures and results: https://clare.gaa.ie/fixtures-results/

‘One Club’ Church Gate Collection

A huge thanks to all that helped out with last weekend’s Church Gate collection, a total of €1915 was raised over the weekend, well done and thanks 😊

Academy notes

A good week for our minor teams who recorded wins in both football and hurling over the past eight days.

On Friday last our U17 footballers dug out a hard earned win over Parteen-Meelick in bad weather conditions in Parteen on a 2-9 to 2-6 scoreline. On Wednesday they backed this up beating Banner 3-8 to 2-7 to stay on course for a semi-final place. On Monday evening the lads won a cracking game in the U17 Hurling Academy A Championship beating Doora-Barefield 4-13 to 3-17 in Gurteen bringing them to the verge of a place in the final.

Best of luck to our U13 footballers in Friday evening's Div. 1 Championship semi-final v Doora-Barefield in Eire Og.

Parents will have noted that the age groups their children play at have now changed to U6, U8, etc etc. Whatsapp groups have been reformed this week to take account of these changes.

Best wishes to all Academy players taking part in Clare Development Hurling Final Games this Saturday at various venues throughout the country.

Camogie notes

Best of luck to our intermediates in tonight’s home game v St. Joseph’s at 7pm, come on up and show your support for the girls in this home tie. Our U16s championship starts with a home tie v Parteen Meelick this Wednesday at 7pm.

Our U14s are competing in the A grade this year for the first time, having made the rapid step up from C to B to A in the 2021 and 2022 competitions. While they haven’t won any games yet, they have given some excellent performances and the group are improving with every match played at the higher level. They lost 7.07 to 2.04 to Inagh Kilnamona on Wednesday, next up is Scariff Ogonnelloe away on Sept 2nd.

Cash for Clothes: Drop your old or unwanted clothes (clean, dry, reusable), shoes (pairs) and handbags Gemma at camogie training times. The last date for dropping is Sept 4th so get a start on that clearout!

Ladies football notes

A busy Sunday ahead as we host the U12 LGFA Festival of Finals on in Eire Og from 10am with 2 Éire Óg teams involved. Our Intermediates are away to Kilrush at 2pm while our Juniors are away to East Clare Gaels at 6.30pm.

On Tuesday 29th, our minors play in the D Cup Final v Crusheen @ 6pm in Fr. Mac Park. All support greatly appreciated for this great bunch of girls.

On Thursday our U14s are away to Kilmurry Ibrickane in Rd. 3 of the A Championship, time tbc.

GAA Club Newsletter

The current GAA Club newsletter can be downloaded here: https://www.gaa.ie/news/read-the-latest-gaa-club-newsletter-august-2023/

This month’s edition includes the following:

· Steering group on integration announces research study.

· Tobar - The new cross-association source for learning in Gaelic games.

· GAA Player Welfare Resource Guide.

· Ulster GAA Young Volunteer of the Month, Aoife Quinn.

· Podcast series highlights excellent work done by club and county officers.

· Gaelic Games Associations committed to Go Games to give every child a go.

· Applications sought for hurling PhD.

· New bronze bust of Michael Cusack unveiled.

· Killannin All-Stars success story.

· Unesco certificate presented at Croke Park museum.

· Successful FRS Recruitment GAA World Games staged last month.

· New National handball and Croke Park community centre officially opened.

· GAA and GPA Collaborate for a campaign to tackle online abuse of players and officials.

· GAA Dads and Lads move into the fast lane.


Luca and Marco Cleary and Annie Lynch are going well in the Munster U18 and U19 age-grade squads with all seeing on the pitch action last weekend.

Luca ClearyLuca Cleary
Annie LynchAnnie Lynch

Congratulations to Ruth Nihill who was placed 3rd in the Eileen Roughan Trophy in Lahinch Castle Course August 22nd with 44 points! (ennisgolfclub.com)

Ruth NihillRuth Nihill

Club Lotto

24/08/2023 numbers drawn: 13, 20, 24, 25. No jackpot winners. 2 Match 3 winners @ €50 each: Brendan Fitzgerald & Fintan Mulqueen. Mary O’Connor won the promoters prize of €25.

Well done to all. The jackpot is now €4125, play online here: https://eireoginis.ie/draws, many thanks for your continued support and best of luck!

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