If anyone wishes to get an original photograph used in above slideshow just get in contact
with me (Tom Beirne) at 086-8462050 and I will email on.
Adult membership is now due and can be paid online by following the secure online PAYPAL link below. Please select your correct membership rate from the dropdown menu and enter name/address in boxes provided. Then press Buy Now. You will then be redirected to Paypal where you can checkout OR if you wish to pay other memberships just click on the Continue Shopping button on the Paypal page and you will be brought back here where you can enter additional members details. This year you can also decide to do a package whereby you can pay your membership and a yearly subscription to the Dicksboro Lotto at a DISCOUNTED RATE. SAVE €20 by doing both at the same time in one easy transaction. If you only wish to pay your membership merely leave the Lotto numbers field blank. If you are participating in our Lotto, please enter four different numbers from 1 to 32 inclusive. Full Lotto rules can be viewed in our Play Lotto tab above.
Irish Daily Mail Future Champions Award winners in hurling, top row, left to right, Harry Kehoe, WIT and Wexford, Eoin Murphy, WIT and Kilkenny, David Glynn, UCC and Kilkenny, Eoin Keane, CIT and Cork, and John Cronin, CIT and Cork, front row, left to right, Jake Dillon, WIT and Waterford, Alan Dempsey, LIT and Limerick, Aaron Murphy, LIT and Limerick, Tomas Lawrence, CIT and Cork, and John O'Dwyer, CIT and Tipperary. Irish Daily Mail Future Champions Awards 2014, Devere Hall, UCC Student Centre, UCC, Cork.
Adult Teams Sponsor 2014
Juvenile Teams Sponsor 2014
The Dicksboro Lotto jackpot of €6,200 was NOT WON on Thursday, April 17th, 2014.
Numbers drawn were: 4, 10, 22, 26.
The Jackpot for next Thursday (April 17th): €6,350.
PLEASE NOTE:The ’Boro Lotto Weekly Draw and '25' Card Games will take place each week in the Bar area of KILKENNY HOUSE HOTEL (Dore's/Dick Walsh's) on the Freshford Road while renovations continue to the Clubhouse in Palmerstown.
Our Saturday morning cafe has re-opened for 2014 so why not come into the clubhouse for a cuppa and a chat while your loved ones learn the skills of hurling and camogie.