The Offaly teams taking part in this year’s Feile Peil na nOg, which is being hosted jointly by Laois and Offaly, now know who they will be hosting and in which Divisions they will play.
Ferbane/Belmont, Clara, Edenderry and St Broughan’s are the quartet in Division 1 who will play against the best counties in the country.
Ferbane/Belmont and Clara are in Group A and they host Dublin 1 and Antrim respectively.
Edenderry and St Broughan’s are in Group D and will host Tyrone and Cork 1 respectively.
In Division 2 Group A St Vincent’s will host Armagh while Kilcormac/Killoughey will host Dublin 2.
In Division 2 Group D Shamrocks host Meath with Ballinamere/Durrow welcoming Donegal.
There are only two Offaly teams in Division 3 in Group A where Rhode will host Monaghan and Na Fianna will host Roscommon.
As with Division 3, there are only two Offaly teams in Division 4. Tullamore will take to the field in Group A hosting Kilkenny along with Westmeath side Rosemount who host Sligo. In Group C Birr will host South London alongside Laois club Clough Ballacolla who host Louth.
Three Offaly sides also feature in Division 5 across three different groups with St Rynagh’s hosting Lancashire in Group A and Moate hosting Cork 2.
In Group B DER Gaels are hosting Clare with Rosenallis welcoming Hertfordshire.
Gracefield are in action in Group C as they welcome Warwickshire with Camross hosting Leitrim.
There are two groups in Division 6 with Birr, the only Offaly side with two teams, featuring in Group A with Derry 2, Gloustershire and Sarsfields.
Three Offaly teams will feature in Division 1 of the Girls Feile Peil na nOg in June.
The Ferbane/Doon/Shannonbridge girls, playing under the banner of St Ciaran’s are in Group A alongside St Rynagh’s and they will host Dublin 1 and Cork respectively.
Tullamore will host Kerry in Group C with Laois side Sarsfields hosting the Kildare champions in the same group.
Edenderry are the only side in Division 2 and they play in Group D. They will host Donegal while Coralstown-Kinnegad play host to Tipperary.
Rhode are the only Offaly team currently in Division 3 and they will be in Group A hosting Armagh. Carbury will host Kilkenny in the same group. There is still one open host spot in Group C in Division 3
There are three Offaly teams in Division 4 with Killeigh and St Vincent’s in Group A hosting Roscommon and New York respectively.
Shamrocks are in Group B and they will host Derry while in the same Group Mountrath host San Francisco.