Drom-Inch Club notes

November 7, 2018

Our seniors playHolycross Ballycahill in the last group game on Saturday 7th May inBoherlahan. We ask all supporters to give the team their support. Trainingcontinues at usual times as per club text.
Intermediate League
The intermediates endedtheir league campaign at the weekend with a disappointed defeat at the hands ofClonakenny.
Membership is now OVERDUEfor ALL players and non players. Adult Players €50, Students €30, Non-playingadults €30, Minors & Juveniles €10. Membership can be given to ThereseFahey, Brian Costello, Pat Egan or Trevor Hassett.
Monthly committee meeting
The monthly committeemeeting for May shall take place on Wednesday 3rd May in the clubhouse at 9pm. It is important that ALL committee members and team managersattend.
Junior League:
Training continues forJunior A & B team in the Ragg on Wednesday evening at 7pm sharp. Our JuniorA’s bowed out of the league campaign with a narrow defeat at the hands ofBoherlahan Dualla by 1 point.
Tipp minors:
Best of luck to ShaneHassett and the Tipperary minor squad as theyface Cork in the next round of the Munster championship on Sundayat 3.30pm in Semple Stadium.
U6’s,U8’s & U10’s
This Saturday there will be training for Under6’s & Under 8’s at 10am in the Ragg. U10 blitz in Ragg at 10.15 sharp onSaturday. On Sunday 8th at 11am in the Ragg our Under 9’s will playhost to Kilmacud Crokes in a hurling challenge. We would ask all parents toprovide sandwiches and cakes etc. Monday night 9th, there will be aparents meeting in the clubhouse in the Ragg at 8pm regarding the Munster nurseryprogramme. It is important that all parents attend.
Pride of place this week goes to our under14 hurlers who won the Feile county final in spectacular fashion. They defeatedKilruane in the semi final by 0-9 to 0-5 with a hard fought display from allthe players who showed serious fight and determination to pull off the win. Theythen faced Clonoulty Rossmore team in the final . They started brightly and hadscored 2-13 by half time playing with a strong wind whilst also holding theiropponents scoreless. Clonoulty battled back and scored 1-2 but our lads showedtheir true grit and determination and finished the game as winners by 2-17 to1-2. It would be impossible to single out any one or two players for praise asthis was a brilliant team performance from the youngest to the oldest playerwho all contributed equally. This is the first time since 1995 that we have wonthe county Feilena nGael final and the players can now look forward to the weekend stage in Galway on 24th June.   
Also well done to Thomas Nolan, EmmetMoloney, Colm Kinane, Mikey Connors, Kevin Hassett, Ciaran Thorpe and JamieBergin on being picked for the Mid under 14 hurling panel.
Under 12s play Moyne Templetouhy in theirlast league match in Drom at 6:30pm this evening Tuesday. Semi Finals areprovisionally fixed for Wednesday 11th May.
The under 16s have done well in theirleague games to date in the football and the semi finals have been fixed forMonday 10th May. Time, Venue and opposition yet to be confirmed.