Doohamlet will be hosting Dicksboro at the John West Féile Peile na nÓg and will be competing in Division 5
Dicksboro GAA Club, founded in 1909, takes its name from a townland about one mile west of Kilkenny city on the Ballycallan road.
Today the club covers the parishes of St. Canice`s & St. Mary`s with grounds at Palmerstown, and consists of two full sized GAA pitches, a recently refurbished club house, a hurling wall, four dressing rooms and extensive car parking. The club also has leased grounds at St. James Park beside Kilkenny Greyhound Stadium. The club caters for boys and girls from U6 to over 66 with 700 members in total between the GAA & Camogie club. Dicksboro GAA club have represented Co. Kilkenny in Féile Peil na nOg on numerous occasions due to the fantastic work carried out in St. Canice’s National School in Gaelic Football. Last year Dicksboro exited at the quarter final stage having been narrowly defeated in the Division 5 final in 2014 by John Mitchells, Tralee.
The current U14 team has just won the national Féile Division 1 hurling title in Kilkenny.
The Camogie Club won the Division 2 title also.
Brian Manogue Luca Loli Matt Kelliher Eamonn O’ Reilly Eoghan O’Neill Charlie Nolan James Carroll Stephen Dermody Zac McHardy Sean Maher Charlie Delahunty Rory O’Connor Vinny Roberts Nick Doheny Timmy Clifford Evan Rowe Andrew Brennan Smyth Cillian Hackett Harry Shine Kevin Moore Michael Raggett Sam Tynan Johnny Keane Liam Connolly David Mulrooney Mick Carroll Conor Kavanagh