Drom-Inch GAA Weekly news

November 7, 2018

Under10 Paddy Carey Cup
The under 10 Paddy Carey cup for 2010 tookplace in The Ragg field on Saturday morning last on a fine fresh morning.Borrisoleigh, Toomevara and Thurles Gaels were the teams invited toparticipate along with the host team Drom-Inch. Each game was keenly contestedand there were some very skilful hurlers on show for all teams. Toomevara beatBorrisoleigh in a very closely contested and high skilled semi final after scoringa last minute goal in injury time of the second half. Drom-Inch came outwinners against Thurles Gaels scoring great goals and long rangepoints in the second semi final. So in the end the Paddy Carey Cup final wascontested by Drom-Inch and Toomevara. At the end of the first half, Toomevarawere ahead but Drom-Inch were starting to apply strong pressure. This pressurecontinued into the second half but Toomevara were too strong and emergedwinners after a fine tough sporting game. Congrats to Thurles Gaels who werevictorious over Borrisoleigh in the shield final. Well done to all who tookpart in the tournament and no doubt we shall be seen a lot of these younghurlers on a bigger stage in the future years. Thanks to all those who made itsuch a great day and who helped with tea and sandwiches. Thanks also to thecoaches of the Drom-Inch team who have done great work with the team all year.
JuvenileClub Collection
The juvenile club would like to express itssincere gratitude to all who contributed to the church gate collection at allthe parish mass ceremonies over last weekend. Without this collection, thejuvenile club would struggle to stay going as it is one of their main sourcesof income throughout the year. Thanks to all who were available to standat the collections also.
We are hoping to have Club Gear(Tracksuits, Hoodies, Jackets, Hats) for sale on Saturday morning 23rdOctober from 10 am to 1pm in the The Ragg dressing rooms. Limited amount ofsocks and togs are available. Jerseyswill not be available at this time. A text will go out later in the week toconfirm this.
The county board are running a recruitmentdrive to find new referees within the county. The course shall be run over 4nights in November. It is very important that this course is held this year asit was not held last year due to lack of interest. This course willsubsequently not be held for 2 years after this year. Any one interested inbecoming a referee contact Pat Egan for further details.