Drom-Inch Weekly GAA news

November 7, 2018

Welldone to our seniors who qualified for the county Semifinal by defeating Toomevara in a great team display in Semple Stadium onSunday last. They have now been drawn against Mullinahone in the County semifinal next Sunday in Semple Stadium at 2pm. We urge all supporters to come andsupport the team.
Junior A
Hardluck to our Junior A’s who put in a brave performance against a strong ThurlesSarsfields team but were defeated in the end by 4 points in Templemore onSunday last. The club would like to thank Kevin Bourke, Matt McGrath and SeamusFahey for their time and dedication during the year. Special thanks also toHelen and Carina for providing first aid for the team throughout the year.
Junior B Mid Semi final
Ourjunior B team continue their preparation for this coming weekend when they playneighbours Killea in the Mid Junior B final. The Mid final takes place at4.30pm in Templemore on Saturday next. We urge all supporters to come andsupport the team as they bid to bring back silverware to the club.
Junior Football
Ourjunior footballers are due to play the mid final against Loughmore Castleineyin the coming week. Training shall continue at times stated on club text. Themid final takes place on Wednesday 5th October at 7pm in Templetuohy.
Minor Hurling final
Congratsto our minor team who defeated Moyne Templetuohy in the Mid minor B hurlingfinal in Templemore on Saturday afternoon. A fantastic team display ensured thewin and saw the lads progress to the county stages of the championship. CaptainShane Hassett collected the trophy on behalf of the team. Well done to MichaelPurcell who was named man of the match Towards the end of the game there was 2serious injuries to Padraig Stapleton of Drom-Inch and Eoin Ryan of MoyneTempletuohy, we would like to wish both players a speedy recovery from theirinjuries.
Minor Football
Ourminors now turn their attention to the County Semifinal of the football as they face Ballyporeen in Clonoulty on Thursday 6thOctober.
Under 12’s
Hardluck to the under 12s who lost the shield final to Durlas Og on Saturdaymorning. That concludes the under 12 campaign for this year. They can be veryproud of their achievements, winning the Group 2 football midfinal and for competing at a very high standard Group 1 in the hurling. Thanksto Matthew McGrath, Seamie Callanan, Damien Young and John Collins for the time and mentoring they have giventhe lads all year
Under 8’s
Hardluck to the under 8s who had to hand over the Meaghar cup onSaturday. Well done to Upperchurch who deservedly won for the firsttime. Drom however tried their best and we’re very proud of them all.Thanks to Declan Fitzpatrick, Francis McAllister and Eddie Costello who haveput in so much time and effort with the u8s all year. Also to Rhona Carroll andher team for looking after our under 6s.