Drom-Inch Weekly Club News

November 7, 2018

ThisSunday sees us contest another county senior hurling final when we face astrong Clonoulty Rossmore side in Semple Stadium at 3.30pm. The club would liketo wish all the players and management best of luck in the match and hopefullythe end result will go our way come 5 o’clock Sunday evening. We would urge allparishioners young and old to come out in numbers and support the team as theygo in search of the much coveted Dan Breen cup.
Training Fund
Teamtraining fund has now been launched to help prepare the team for the countyfinal. Despite the wonderful support the club has received through the lotto,reaching the county final brings a lot of added expense. We would reallyappreciate any donations supporters feel they can afford to give in these toughtimes. Donations can be made through any committee member and will beacknowledged with receipt by the treasurer at a later date.
Junior B Mid Semi final
Juniorhurling training continues at times stated in club text. It is important that allplayers attend as they county semi final is getting ever closer and isscheduled for the weekend of the 22nd/23rd October .
Junior Football
Commiserationsto the junior football team who were narrowly defeated on Wednesday night lastby Loughmore Castleiney in the Mid final by 2 points. This was a game that wecould of won however we could not get the scores to do so. On Sunday afternoonwe lined out against Ballylooby Castlegrace in the county quarter final in Littleton. Despiteplaying against the storm in the first half we went in at half time trailing by0-3 to 0-1. However in the second half we struggled to get to grips with gameand were defeated 1-9 to 1-3 in the end. Thanks to the management team of JimMullins, Jim Kinane and Brian Boyle for the time and effort all year.
Minor Football
Hardluck to our minor footballers who were comprehensively beaten by Ballyboden onThursday night last in Clonoulty. Unfortunately on the night we came up againsta more stronger and skilful side and we could not match their footballingskills. Thanks to their management team of John Hassett, Eamonn Kiely andEamonn Long for their time and dedication all year.
Minor Hurling
Thisweekend the minors turn their attentions to the hurling championship when theyline out in the County Semi final againstSkeheenarinky on Saturday at 3pm in Golden. This will be a very tough encounteragainst the South champions but hopefully the lads can play to their fullpotential. 
County Board Draw:
Congratulationsto Maitiu Cahill Pallashill who won €10,000 in the September draw. October drawis on Friday next in Tipperary Town.
Under 10
Hard luck to the under10’s who lost out to Borrisoleigh in the Prior cup last Saturday week. Theyfought very hard to the very end and we would like to commend the team andtheir mentors for all their time and dedication throughout the year. Also on lastSunday morning week they took part in the PJ Jones tournament in Templemore andafter losing the first match they re-grouoped and emerged as eventual champions.Well done to all the players on a fantastic team performance. We would like tothank JK Brackens for inviting us to play in the tournament.