Drom-Inch club news

November 7, 2018

The Mid Senior Hurling final will now goahead on Sunday 19th September.
Our intermediate hurlers bowed out of thechampionship in disappointing circumstances as we were beaten 2-15 to 1-10. Wewere beaten by a sharper side on the day and can have no complaints. We wouldlike to thank the players for their dedication throughout the year. We wouldalso like to thank Lorcan, John and Mike for giving up their free time toorganizing training and challenge games. We would also like to thank Helen andCarina for doing first aid and Physio all year with the team. However the yeardoes not end yet as there is still a matter of a county league final to beplayed. The County Intermediate League final against Moyne Templetuohy goesahead on Saturday 4th September in Templemore @ 3pm. We would urgeall supporters to support the team as they bid to retain the title they wonlast year.
MinorFootball final
The minor footballers were beaten in theMid final by Moyne Templetuohy on a score of 3-09 to 2-09. They put up a verybrave display and were unlucky not to get something from the game. Thanks toPaul, Martin and Matthew for their time and effort throughout the year intraining and preparing the team.
AllIrelandHurling Final
Best of luck to Seamus Callinan and JamesWoodlock and the Tipp squad as they contest the All Ireland final on Sunday. Weall hope that come Sunday evening Liam McCarthy will be back in the “home ofhurling”.
Drom Inch Lifesavers will hold a launch / informationnight in Drom hall on Thursday night next @ 8.30pm. It is very important thatat least 1 member of each household attends this information night asinformation will be given out regarding locations of defibrillators, contactnumbers etc. Knowing how may help save a life!
Under 12
8thSeptember vs JK Brackens at 7pm in Clonmore
Our under 13’s played a challenge against astrong Kilmacud Crokes side on Saturday evening in the Ragg. This was a verygood game and the Dublinside came out on top after some early goals. Drom finished stronger and scoredsome great long range points. The score was 6-12 to 0-16. Our under 13s have had the honour inbeing invited to take part in a tournament by Kilmacud Crokes on Saturday4th. All those travelling up for the all Ireland for the weekend areurged to give their support as they will be up against some of thebest clubs from around the country
Under 14 Shield
8thSeptember vs Moycarkey at 6:30pm in The Ragg.
13thSeptember vs Gortnahoe at 6:30pm in Gortnahoe
18thSeptember vs Holycross at 6:30pm in The Ragg
25thSeptember vs Loughmore at 6:30pm in Castleiney
Under 16
 TheUnder 16s are playing their mid semi-final on Tuesday 7th September vsMoyne/Templetouhy, Time and Venue TBA.
Free Jerseys
 Theclub has decided to work with the Jack & Jill Foundation on a great ideawhereby the teams in our club can get free jerseys in return for old mobilephones.
 The’Prices’ are as follows:
 Setof 20 O’Neills Jerseys with club crest and Jack & Jill logo under 12s: 245phones
Set of 20O’Neills Jerseys with club crest and Jack & Jill logo under 14s: 310 phones
Set of 20O’Neills Jerseys with club crest and Jack & Jill logo under s-XL: 335phones
 Ouraim is to get 245 phones for a set of jerseys for our under 12s. Everyone hasan old mobile phone hidden in their presses gathering dust, so now it is timeto put it to good use. They can be given to any of the committee members. Yourhelp would be much appreciated.
TheJuvenile Club would like to wish Seamus Callinan, James Woodlock and all theTipperary Senior Hurling Panel and Mentors the very best of luck in theAll-Ireland final. We have no doubt that ye will bring the Liam McCarthyhome to the Heart of Hurling.