Drom-Inch Club notes

November 7, 2018

County Junior B Semi Final
Training now continuesfor the county final which will be in a couple of weeks. We thank all theIntermediates and Junior A’s who came down Sunday morning to help prepare theJunior B’s with a match.
Training Fund
The club would like tothank all those who contributed to the training fund throughout the year andwithout whose help it would not be possible to help fund the successful yearthe club has had so far. Acknowledgement receipts are currently been written toall those who contributed.
Minor Hurling CountyFinal
Well done to ourminors who dug deep to earn a replay against Burgess in the county final. Aftera slow start to the game we pegged them back to a single score at half time buta dreadful start to the second half saw us trailing by 1-12 to 7 point with aquarter remaining. The boys rallied and score by score they drew level withtime up and could have stole it very late on with a free from our own half. Wewish the team well in the replay which shall be on next weekend. (See countyboard fixtures for details)
Camogie Countyfinal
Congratulations to ourvictorious camogie team who defeated Cashel to win the county senior camogiefinal replay on Sunday last in the camogie grounds in the Ragg by 0-7 to 0-5.With scores hard to come by due to a strong breeze coming across the field,every player showed true grit and a fantastic work rate to ensure they got overthe line. We wish them well in the Munsterfinal on Saturday next at 2pm in Bansha
County Board Draw
Well done to MartinButler who won €200 in the November draw of the county board draw.
Juvenile Medal presentations
On Saturday last a medal presentation for the glorious u14 A TonyForrestal Tournament winners took place in Carrick Swans Club House.
Drom & Inch players who will be received these honours areThomas Nolan, Emmet Moloney, Mikey Connors and Jamie Bergin. Welldone to them on representing their county with such distinction.
The County Bordna nOg held their annual medalpresentations on Sunday last in the Horse and Jockey.
After such huge success this year, we had a good few from Drom& Inch attending. These include: Emmet Moloney captain of u14 HurlingCounty Champions, Mikey Connors as captain of the u14 Football CountyChampions and Paul Hennessy as captain of the Feile County Champions.
The Mid Bord nanOg will host their medal presentationnight on Friday 18th of November in Hayes Hotel at 8pm. This will be attendedby all our winning captains and parents. The mid u14 football panel will also beattending. Drom & Inch are hugely represented in this panel including KevinHassett, Jamie Bergin, Thomas Nolan (captain), Ciaran Thorpe, Emmet Moloney,Mikey Connors and Colm Kinnane.
The Mid u15 football panel will also receive medals on this night,Drom & Inch are represented by Kevin Ahearn, Robbie Long, Paul Kennedy andBrendan Larkin.