Drom-Inch GAA club News

November 7, 2018

The under 21’s played a useful challengeagainst Lismore in Lismore on Sunday afternoon last and we thank Lismore forthe challenge and their hospitality.
The Under 21’s resume their footballchampionship this Sunday against Gortnahoe in Gortnahoe at 2pm. Players to meetin the Ragg at 12.30.
Membership is now overdue for all playersand non-players. Players €50, Student Players €30, Non-Players €30, OAP €20,Juveniles €10. 
It is extremely important that all playerspay as soon as possible as they will not be allowed to play without membershipor insurance. Therese Fahey and Brian Costello are available to takemembership.
Juvenile Club Progressive 25
Drom-Inch Juvenile clubshall hold their annual Progressive 25 Card Drive in Drom Hall on Wednesday 2ndMarch at 8.30pm. Ticketsare available from committee members and we would urge as many parents to tryand sell as many tickets as possible. Your support would be greatly appreciated on the night asthis is the main fundraiser for the juvenile club for the year ahead.
Best of luck to David Butler and SeamusCallinan who are involved with their colleges this weekend in the FitzgibbonCup which takes place in Waterford. David is a member of the University of Limericksquad while Seamus who is currently recovering from his injury picked up in thegroup stage victory over WIT, is a member of Limerick Institute of Technologysquad.
Best of luck to Kevin Butler who is coachof Charleville CBS team as they go in search of the Harty cup on Sunday nextagainst warm favourites Ard Scoil Ris of Limerick.