Dicksboro GAA club chairman Eddie Holohan believes that the amalgamation of the GAA club and camogie club suits everyone involved.
Speaking to KCLR’s Sunday Scoreline at the weekend, Holohan said that there were a number of factors that led to the merger of both clubs.
“Over the last year & a half we have been discussing and planning it, to see how it might work. On a day to day basis it probably wont appear any difference. However more at executive level
There is huge crossover with parents, it made a great deal of sense. We are heading towards 1,000 joint membership, both playing 7 non-playing. We have got to the stage we are very large, we need a joint & combined effort going forward. The city is moving out towards us so we have to be ready.”
Listen to the full interview below on Scoreline extra