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The Real Laoislad:
Gonna start a fresh with this as the last one I started was in the first username i had before someone deleted my account

The Real Laoislad:
Laois GAA Results for weekending 18/06/07
 

IHC: Mountmellick 1-13 The Harps 2-4.
ACHL Div 1: Clough/Ballacolla 4-13 Ballyfin 0-9; Harps 4-9 Camross 2-14; Mountrath V Ballinakill off; Rathdowney/Errill 1-22 Abbeyleix 0-7; Camross 3-11 Ballinakill 0-8; The Harps 1-16 Clough/Ballacolla 2-12.
ACHL Div 2:
Borriss in Ossory 1-10 Clonad 0-7; Rathdowney/Errill 1-11 Colt 0-12; Camross 0-20 Portlaoise 0-7; Shanahoe V Tinnahinch off; Tinnahinch 4-12 Borriss in Ossory 2-11; Camross 2-12 Shanahoe 2-9; Trumera 3-10 Rathdowney/Errill 1-5; Trumera W/O Castletown scr.
ACHL Div 3 Mountmellick 1-13 The Harps 2-4
ACHL Div 4 Play off: Ballypickas 4-5 Timahoe 1-13.
Div 4 semi-finals: Ballypickas 2-11 Camross 1-8; Rosenallis 2-11 Mountrath 1-13.
ACHL Div 5: Timahoe 1-10 Ballypickas 1-10.
IFC: Park/Ratheniska 0-9 Portlaoise 0-8.
JFC: Mountmellick 4-6 Camross 2-6; The Heath 1-10 Spink 0-8; Barrowhouse 0-10 St. Josephs 0-6.
ACFL Div 1: The Rock 1-9 Mountmellick 1-8; The Heath 1-9 Graiguecullen 0-12;
Portlaoise 0-10 Arles/Kilcruise 0-8; Arles/Killeen 1-8 O’Dempseys 1-5.
Div 2: Killeshin 1-13 Annanough 1-9; Saint Manmans 0-10 Portarlington 0-8; Timahoe V Kilcavan off.
Div 3: Graiguecullen 1-14 Arles/Kilcruise 3-5.

The Real Laoislad:
Kearns admits Laois not finished article

Laois boss Liam Kearns does not feel that the current crop of players under his guidance are genuine All-Ireland contenders unless they improve significantly.

’’You can have all the underage success you like. They are not serious All-Ireland candidates at the moment unless they can progress it further and start to challenge the big teams on the big stage. All they are is serious Leinster candidates,’’ Kearns said.

But Kearns has admitted that his side have been cursed with injuries and believes that the O’Moore County would give Tyrone a good run for their money in the injury stakes.

’’Tyrone have gotten more publicity but we’ve been plagued throughout the year. We had ten players in civvies for our last league match when we drew with Kildare. Tom Kelly, Noel Garvan, Aidan Fennelly, Beano McDonald, Garry Kavanagh and Barry Brennan are all on the injury list at the moment,’’ Kearns remarked

cavan4ever:
Are u the only Laois poster on the board ?

Heshs Umpire:
No he's not. He just posts more than the rest of us. ;)

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