Weekly Club Notes 25/05/2010

November 7, 2018

Senior Hurling

The senior hurlers play Thurles Sarsfields on 6th June in Holycross in the final game of the group stage.  The seniors played Borrisoleigh in a county league game on Friday night and secured their first win of the league on a score of 0-16 to 0-14 See match report on

Intermediate Hurling

Our Intermediates play Grangemockler-Ballyneale in Grangemockler on Wednesday 26th May knowing that a win is essential if we are to have aspirations of making the semi final of the league.

Tipperary v Cork

Tickets for the Tipperary v Cork game shall be given out on Thursday evening in Inch Dressing Rooms at 9pm. Priority shall be given to those who ordered tickets before the previously stated deadline.

Best of luck to Seamus Callinan and John Lillis who will be representing their county on Sunday when they will be part of the senior and intermediate teams respectively.


Primary Game

Best of luck to Kevin Hassett and Michael Connors as they will represent Tipperary in Pairc Ui Chaoimh on Sunday next as they made the Primary Game team that will play during half time of the Intermediate game between Tipperary and Cork.


Juvenile News:

Under 6,U8’s, U10’s

Under 6, 8 & 10 training this Saturday morning at 10am in the Ragg hurling field

Under 12:

On Monday evening last our under 12’s played the county football semi final against Killenaule in New Inn. Unfortunately we came up against a very strong and skilful Killenaule team and we were defeated. The team put up a great effort and cannot be faulted for their display as they done the parish proud. It was a fantastic achievement for this team to capture the divisional title and they can now look forward to the hurling championship. Huge thanks must go to the selectors and the coach who have done trojan work with this panel of players.


Under 14:

Our under 14’s captured the mid under 14 B football final last week by defeating Gortnahoe Glengoole by a score of 10-12 to 0-1. They now go on to contest the county semi final where they will face the South champions in the next week.


Feile 2010

Congratulations to Brendan Larkin who won the County Feile skills final and will represent Tipperary in Clare on the weekend 18th June


Drom Inch hosted the Feile final on Sat last in the Ragg. The Feile cup which was presented to the County Board in memory of the late Thomas Everard Snr by Drom Inch Juvenile GAA club .The cup was presented to the Durlas Og winning captain Thomas Skehan by Thomas Everard JR.

Thanks to all who had the field so well presented for the final on the day.


VHI Cul Camp

All VHI Cul Camp applications must be returned as soon as possible to either Niamh Butler or Teddy Kennedy, otherwise gear may not be ordered on time for the event.