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Laois Senior Hurling Championship 2022

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Laois man:
Abbeyleix should win the senior B but might not get it all there own way senior B is always tricky. And updates on other senior B managers? Trumrea have a former Camross player over them I hear. Also well done to laois lads hurling with Carlow It last nice great win. Would be great to see a laois man lift the fitzgibbon Cup.

Brendan Lowry with Trumera, Damien Walsh stepped down


--- Quote from: Laois Rising on February 09, 2022, 04:47:45 PM ---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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Usually a Kilkenny team lurking in there having just won the ultra-competitive KK intermediate title that makes light work of the rest of the teams. Naas form the backbone of the Kildare team which will probably rise through the ranks to the same level as we are in the coming years.

Clough Ballacolla - Declan Laffan with Pat Cleere, Shane Maher
Borris Kilcotton - Ciaran Comerford, Trevor Moore, Eoin Bergin Mick Boyhan S&C
Rathdowney Errill - ? ?
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:
Any word on who is training Plaois and Colt/Shanahoe for the year ahead?


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