Drom & Inch GAA

Rumble in the Ragg: There are only two weeks left until the Rumble in the Ragg and preparations are well under way for the event. Boxers have reported a strong sale of tickets and tickets are starting to disappear fast so now is the time to get your tickets as there shall be no cash accepted on the night and admission shall be by ticket only.

Rumble in the Ragg: There are only two weeks left until the Rumble in the Ragg and preparations are well under way for the event. Boxers have reported a strong sale of tickets and tickets are starting to disappear fast so now is the time to get your tickets as there shall be no cash accepted on the night and admission shall be by ticket only.

Tickets are available from any of the boxers or alternatively from Pat Egan or Trevor Hassett. Those committee members who took tickets at recent meeting are asked to return money as soon as possible.

Inch National School Table Quiz: There will be a Table quiz in aid of Inch National School on this Friday at 8.30pm in Younge’s The Ragg. We would ask for your support for this event.

Adult training: Training is back in full swing for all adult teams and shall take place in Ragg on Tuesday and Friday nights.

Munster Senior B football: Well done to Our Lady’s Templemore who won the Munster Senior B football final by defeating Abbey CBS in the final on Saturday last in Cashel. Well done to all the Drom-Inch players who were part of the panel.

Ashbourne Cup: Well done to Kristina Kenneally who played a pivotal role for Waterford I.T. as they won the Ashbourne Cup final for the fifth consecutive year. The final turned out to be a thrilling affair as the teams could not be separated after extra time and it was only after two 5 minute periods of extra extra time that WIT came out on top by a point.

Speedy Recovery: The club would like to wish Joanne Ryan a speedy recovery from her recent injury and we hope to see her back on the hurling field in the near future.