Drom-Inch Weekly club news

November 7, 2018

Our seniors were defeatedby Clonoulty Rossmore in the latest round of the County senior hurling leagueon Sunday last by 2 points. They now face Kildangan in the Ragg at 7.45pm thisFriday evening.
The deadline for clubmembership has now passed so if you have not paid please contact a committeemember as soon as possible. There is now a list of all paid up players in thedressing room. There will be a draw held in the coming week for all paid upmembers for the club’s annual passes to Semple Stadium.
Minor Hurlers
Our minor hurlersplayed a good challenge against Roscrea last weekend and we thank Roscrea forthe game. The club would like to wish all players who are doing exams the bestof luck.
County Senior Long Puck Final
Well done to ShaneHassett who won the county final of the senior long puck for the secondsuccessive year which took place in Thurles Racecourse on Saturday last. Shanenow goes forward to represent Tipperary in the Munster final whichtakes place in Thurles Racecourse on Saturday 9th July.
Monthly Committee Meeting
The monthly committeemeeting shall take place in the clubhouse in the Ragg on Wednesday 8thJune.
Best of luck to JamesWoodlock and Seamus Callanan who are part of the Tipperary Senior hurling squadthat face Cork in Semple Stadium on Sunday. Best of luck also to Johnny Ryanwho is part of the Tipperary Intermediate squad who play Cork on Sunday. Well done to David Butler whoplayed for the Tipperaryintermediate footballers against Kerry in Killarney last weekend.
U6’s,U8’s & U10’s
This Saturday there will be training for Under6’s, Under 8’s & Under 10’s at 10.30am in the Ragg.  
Well done to the under 12s who competed inthe Premier End games on Saturday last in Semple Stadium. They gave a greataccount of themselves and can be very proud of their performances. I am surethat we shall see some if not all of this team back playing in Semple Stadiumin the future.
Our under 14s defeated JK Brackens in theMid Under 14 A football final on Monday evening last by 4-13 to 2-3. They nowface Durlas Og in the final. Well done to the team and to their management.
Well done to Stephen Nolan of Drom N.S andNiamh Ryan of Inch N.S who both lined out for Tipperary in the Primary gamewhich took place at half time of the Tipperary v Kerry Munster Senior Footballmatch in Killarney. This weekend we have Aidan O Meara (Barnane N.S), CaoimheBourke (Inch N.S) and Mary Grace (Drom N.S) in action for Tipperary on Sunday in Semple Stadium. Wewish them best of luck.