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Laois Senior Hurling Championship 2022

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Ogie:
Probably more longevity in a championship topic rather than just a managers topic, but we’ll start with 2022 Managers , list so far - ( 4 semi finalists are all staying the same I believe

Clough Ballacolla - Declan Laffan with Pat Cleere, Shane Maher
Borris Kilcotton - Ciaran Comerford, Trevor Moore, Eoin Bergin Mick Boyhan S&C
Rathdowney Errill - Shane Keegan, Kevin Power, Eoin Fitzpatrick, Tom Hasset S&C
Camross - David Cuddy, John Kennedy (Templederry, Richie Hitchcock S&C
Rosenallis - ?
The Harps - Ollie Baker,
Ballinakill - Eamon Jackman, Jimmy Walsh
Castletown - David Cuddy, John O Sullivan

Laois man:
Oille Baker gone to the Harps he was with Belmout last year.

Keyser Söze:
Was just reading about this on Laois Today. They also mentioned how well the previous manager had done with The Harps.
That man has some agent!!!
It took 3 attempts to win the Senior A (I think!) and then they didn’t win a game in the Senior championship once promoted.
Baffling.

Ogie:
Agreed Keyser, another Laois Today favourite,

Baker would be brought on board with the Garda connection, he’s at Superintendent rank now in Tullamore, Laois Offaly Garda Chief John Scanlon is The Harps Treasurer

On the Senior B side of things Abbeyleix have brought in Derek Dunne ex Clonad, Down Camogie manager with Barney Naughnane of Kilruane coaching formerly of Clough Ballacolla & Borris Kilcotton they would be a good bet to go back up.

Any word on Portlaoise ?

Laois Rising:
Watching Naas go all the way in the intermediate championship and Kilmoley of Kerry make the final, it wouldn't be beyond the realms of possibility for a club like Abbeyleix (if they were to win Laois this year) to give the Leinster intermediate championship a right rattle. They have a good age profile and with some experienced campaigners to boot, 2022 should be a year that they really target getting everything right and everyone on board. Clough Ballacolla showed what Laois clubs are capable of on the Leinster stage with a bit of confidence, determination and drive.

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