Nenagh Ormond will begin their AIL campaign away to to UL Boh’s on the first weekend in October. Photo: Bridget Delaney

October start for Nenagh in AIL

Nenagh Ormond’s fixtures for the 2022/2023 All-Ireland League Division 2A campaign have been announced and will begin with a short trip into Limerick.

Nenagh will begin away to UL Bohemian on Saturday 1st October, whom they will also play in their first competitive game of the season, in the Limerick Charity Cup first round on 27th August.

Nenagh’s first home game in the AIL comes against MU Barnhall on 8th October before a week later the first Tipperary derby against Cashel will be at home on Saturday 15th October with the return game away on Saturday 25th March. Some of these fixtures are subject to change, possibly to Friday nights.

With Rainey Old Boys having been relegated, Nenagh face just two long trips to Ulster, away to Ballymena on October 29th before going to Belfast to face division favourites Queens University on January 28th.

The full list of fixtures are as follows:

1st October – UL Bohemian (away)

8th October – MU Barnhall (home)

15th October – Cashel (home)

29th October – Ballymena (away)

5th November – Dolphin (home)

12th November – Old Crescent (away)

26th November – Queens University (home)

3rd December – Blackrock College (away)

10th December – Navan (home)

14th January – Navan (away)

21st January – Blackrock College (home)

28th January – Queens University (away)

18th February - Old Crescent (home)

25th February – Dolphin (away)

4th March – Ballymena (home)

25th March – Cashel (away)

1st April – MU Barnhall (away)

15th April – UL Bohemian (home)

22nd April – Semi-Final

6th May - Final