Drom-Inch Weekly club notes

November 7, 2018

Senior Hurling
Welldone to our senior hurlers who qualified for the Mid Semi final with a goodvictory over Boherlahan Dualla on Friday night last by 3-21 to 0-14. Theyreturn to county league action this Friday night against Loughmore Castleineyin Castleiney. (See fixtures for details) Training continues at the usual time.
Junior Hurling
Welldone to our Junior A team who defeated Moyne Templetuohy by 0-17 to 0-13 intough conditions that would be more suited to winter but despite this bothteams served up an entertaining contest. Later Sunday our Junior B team werenarrowly defeated by Holycross Ballycahill by 4-8 to 3-6. Training continuesfor both teams in the coming week.
Intermediate Hurling
OurIntermediates are due to play this coming weekend. See mid fixtures fordetails.
Under 14 County final victory
Prideof place goes to our under 14 football team after they captured the countyunder 14 A football final for the very first time in the club’s history bydefeating the South champions Moyle Rovers by 1-7 to 0-7. This result was dueto an unbelievable team performance from the biggest to the smallest player onthe team. The boys showed great heart and determination as they defended heroicallyas Moyle rovers went in search of an equalising score but the backs held firmand history was made in Dundrum as Michael Connors lifted the Under 14 countycup for the first time in the club’s history. Congrats to all the managementteam for all their hard work. The victorious panel then returned to the Ragg andwere fed by Donal Younge. We thank him for the food and refreshments. Panel:Paul Bergin, Robert Kennedy, Jamie Bergin, Conor O Meara, Kevin Hassett, EmmettMaloney, Paudric Campion, Thomas Nolan, Ciaran Thorpe, Eoin Collins, MichaelConnors, Paul Hennessey, Aidan O Meara, Stevie Nolan, Colm Kinane, MichaelClohessy, Andy Purcell, Mark O Brien, Shane Ryan, Ben Aherne, Liam Dempsey,Gary Carey, Glenn Stewart.
Theboys will now focus on the Feile which begins the weekend of the 24th June,when they travel to Castlegar, our host club. Their first game will be onFriday 24th against Castlegar at 3 o’clock in their sports grounds. We urgeeveryone to support the lads as it is a huge honour for the club to compete inthe Feile na nGael competition.
Under 12
The 12s kick off their hurling campaign on Saturday18th June against Moycarkey in Drom at 11 am.
Church Gate Collection
Thejuvenile club shall hold a church gate collection before all masses nextweekend in Drom and the Ragg on Saturday and Sunday. The proceeds shall gotowards the Feile trip to Galway which shalltake place on Friday 24th June. We would ask all patrons to supportthis worthy cause and support the lads as they go in search of another titlethis year.
Schools County finals
DromN.S camogie team will contest the Under 13 C final at 4.30 on Tuesday, theirBoys Under 13 team will contest their Under 13E final at 2.50 while earlierthat day Inch NS will contest the Under 13 E camogie final at 11am. Best ofluck also to all the teams in their county finals, these take place on Tuesdayand Wednesday in Semple Stadium.
Primary Game Tipp v Clare
Bestof luck to Orla Cahill Barnane N.S and Paul Bergin Drom N.S who will be inaction this Sunday at half time of the Tipperaryv Clare MSHC semi final.
Special Olympics 2011
Bestof luck to Maureen Sheridan, Killoskehane who will represent Ireland at the Special Olmypics in Athens in the coming weeks.Maureen is one of only 3 from Tipperaryon the team.