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Laois / Re: Laois Divisional Championship
« on: October 20, 2018, 01:52:57 AM »
Laois Divisional Trial Tournament. 
Round 2, Saturday 20th Oct

West Northwest v North East    Mountmellick: 4.45pm
East Central v South East          Stradbally: 6.30pm


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Laois / Re: Laois Divisional Championship
« on: October 17, 2018, 02:19:54 AM »
Laois Divisional Trial Tournament. 
Round 2, Saturday 20th Oct

West Northwest v North East    Mountmellick: 4.45pm
East Central v South East          Stradbally: 6.30pm


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Laois / Re: Laois Senior Football Championship 2018
« on: October 15, 2018, 05:10:16 PM »
Ricky Maher man of the match in a senior county final, maybe it’s true after all, Portlaoise are that far ahead of everyone that anyone could win a county title on that team.
Ah Don you're better than that.

What does that statement mean, sure everyone on that team has now won a county title ? ? ? ?
Well done Ricky Maher, great rewards follow great efforts..

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Laois / Re: Laois Divisional Championship
« on: October 14, 2018, 01:10:59 AM »
Results from tonight's games:

East Central:          2-12
West Northwest:   0-12
                                   
South East :           5-16
North East :           3-11           
 


East Central
Management Team: Dan Nelligan, Greg Ramsbottom, Brendan Quigley

Squad
Stradbally: Colm Begley, Wayne Comerford (inj), Liam Knowles, Eoin Buggie, Jack Deegan, Jody Dillon, Tom Shiel.
Ballylinan: Gary Walsh, Conor Behan, Andy McEvoy, Kevin Byrne, James Farrell, Robbie Donoher (inj), Alan Farrell (inj), Seamus Lacey.
St Joseph's: Aaron Cooney, Dan Dunne (inj), Adam Campion, Donal Ramsbottom, James Kelly, Michael Keogh, Brian Daly.
Ballyroan Abbey: Aaron Carroll, Shaun Murphy, John Rogers, Diarmuid Whelan, Martin Scully, Conor Brennan.
Park-Ratheniska: Richie Hitchcock, Padraig Dunne.
Timahoe: Ruairi O'Connor, Damien O'Connor.

West Northwest
Management Team: Shane Conlon, Derek Conroy, Darren Rooney

Squad
Ballyfin: Davy Connolly, James Moore, Ben Conroy, Sean Moore.
Clonaslee St Manman's: Willie Young.
Rosenallis: Cathal C Fennell, Fiachra C Fennell, Ruaidhri C Fennell, Eoin Dunne.
Mountmellick: Colm Coss, Niall Mullen, Darren Fitzpatrick, Jason Caffrey, Gearoid Hanrahan, James Mullaney, Ryan Mullaney, Eoin Keogh, Eoin George, Brendan Reddin.
The Rock: Aaron Dowling, Conor Flynn, Anavil Storey.
The Harps: Ciaran Comerford, Daniel Comerford.
Camross: Robert Tyrell.
St Brigid's (Dublin): John O'Loughlin (inj)

South East
Management Team: Martin Gorman, John Kealy, Brian 'Beano' McDonald

Squad
Arles-Kilcruise: Kevin Meaney, Francis Egan, David Conway, Ross Munnelly, Michael Wall, Caomhan Brennan.
Crettyard: Evan O'Carroll, Sean O'Shea, Michael Nash, Cormac Murphy.
Killeshin: David McDermott, Shane Bolger, Eoin Lowry, Evan Lowry, Stephen Attride, Kevin Ryan.
Arles-Killeen: Paul Kingston, Donie Kingston, Sean O'Shea.
Graiguecullen: Mark Timmons, Danny Bolger, Martin Doyle, Luke Alsybury, Trevor Collins, Paul Mulready, Brian Byrne, Aaron Forbes, Danny O'Reilly.
Barrowhouse: Emmet Malone.

North East
Management Team: Paul Lawlor, John Scully, Frank Finn

Squad
The Heath: Robbie Dowling, Alan Whelan, Brian Ging, Evin Keane, James Phelan.
Emo: Nigel Murphy, Shane Murphy, Niall Gorman, Darren Strong, Liam Crowley, Padraig Kirwan, Finbarr Crowley, Evan Costello, Jack Owens.
Portarlington: Scott Osborne, Robbie Piggott, Colm Murphy, Diarmuid Bennett, Graham Weldon, Patrick O'Sullivan, Jordan Fitzpatrick, Ronan Coffey (inj), Sean Byrne.
Annanough: Killian Horgan, Elliot Scully.



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Laois / Re: Laois Divisional Championship
« on: October 13, 2018, 02:35:14 AM »


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Laois / Leinster Football Championship 2019
« on: October 11, 2018, 10:45:32 PM »




The Laois senior footballers have been drawn to face Westmeath in the quarter final of the Leinster championship for 2019.
It is a good draw for Laois as they are on the side of the draw that means they cannot face Kildare or Dublin unless we reach the final.
If Laois defeat Westmeath, they will face either Meath, Offaly or Carlow in the semi final.
John Sugrue’s men will be bidding to replicate their run from last year which saw them reach the final for the first time in 11 years this year.

And it was that run that saw them seeded for tonight’s draw along with Dublin, Longford and Carlow meaning they avoided having to play in the first round for only the second time since 2009.

Last year. Laois began their campaign in Round 1 away to Wexford where they trailed by ten points at half time but came back to force extra time where they eventually won.
They then faced Westmeath in the quarter final where a Paul Kingston hat-trick did the business to see Laois into their first semi final since 2009.
Here, neighbours Carlow lay in their way once more but Laois got the better of them for the third time this season to reach the final.

This ultimately proved a step too far for Laois as Dublin triumphed and Laois were eliminated two weeks later when they lost in Round 4 of the Qualifiers to Monaghan.
We can only hope that 2019 will bring half as much excitement as 2018 did.

LAOIS TODAY..

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Laois / Re: Newspaper Items
« on: October 11, 2018, 10:02:12 AM »

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Laois / Re: Newspaper Items
« on: October 10, 2018, 12:03:43 AM »
From Twitter..


Laois GAA
‏@CLGLaois
7 hours ago
 
Laois GAA have been made aware of a company who are contacting businesses and individuals looking for money for sponsorship of a wall planner on behalf of Laois GAA and in particular raising funds for our Senior teams. We wish to state that no company has permission to do this .

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Laois / Re: Laois Divisional Championship
« on: October 09, 2018, 06:04:25 PM »
Anyone know who the management teams are and have a list of who was called in for trials?

From Leinster Express:


The full list of panels is as follows:

East Central
Management Team: Dan Nelligan, Greg Ramsbottom, Brendan Quigley

Squad
Stradbally: Colm Begley, Wayne Comerford (inj), Liam Knowles, Eoin Buggie, Jack Deegan, Jody Dillon, Tom Shiel.
Ballylinan: Gary Walsh, Conor Behan, Andy McEvoy, Kevin Byrne, James Farrell, Robbie Donoher (inj), Alan Farrell (inj), Seamus Lacey.
St Joseph's: Aaron Cooney, Dan Dunne (inj), Adam Campion, Donal Ramsbottom, James Kelly, Michael Keogh, Brian Daly.
Ballyroan Abbey: Aaron Carroll, Shaun Murphy, John Rogers, Diarmuid Whelan, Martin Scully, Conor Brennan.
Park-Ratheniska: Richie Hitchcock, Padraig Dunne.
Timahoe: Ruairi O'Connor, Damien O'Connor.

West Northwest
Management Team: Shane Conlon, Derek Conroy, Darren Rooney

Squad
Ballyfin: Davy Connolly, James Moore, Ben Conroy, Sean Moore.
Clonaslee St Manman's: Willie Young.
Rosenallis: Cathal C Fennell, Fiachra C Fennell, Ruaidhri C Fennell, Eoin Dunne.
Mountmellick: Colm Coss, Niall Mullen, Darren Fitzpatrick, Jason Caffrey, Gearoid Hanrahan, James Mullaney, Ryan Mullaney, Eoin Keogh, Eoin George, Brendan Reddin.
The Rock: Aaron Dowling, Conor Flynn, Anavil Storey.
The Harps: Ciaran Comerford, Daniel Comerford.
Camross: Robert Tyrell.
St Brigid's (Dublin): John O'Loughlin (inj)

South East
Management Team: Martin Gorman, John Kealy, Brian 'Beano' McDonald

Squad
Arles-Kilcruise: Kevin Meaney, Francis Egan, David Conway, Ross Munnelly, Michael Wall, Caomhan Brennan.
Crettyard: Evan O'Carroll, Sean O'Shea, Michael Nash, Cormac Murphy.
Killeshin: David McDermott, Shane Bolger, Eoin Lowry, Evan Lowry, Stephen Attride, Kevin Ryan.
Arles-Killeen: Paul Kingston, Donie Kingston, Sean O'Shea.
Graiguecullen: Mark Timmons, Danny Bolger, Martin Doyle, Luke Alsybury, Trevor Collins, Paul Mulready, Brian Byrne, Aaron Forbes, Danny O'Reilly.
Barrowhouse: Emmet Malone.

North East
Management Team: Paul Lawlor, John Scully, Frank Finn

Squad
The Heath: Robbie Dowling, Alan Whelan, Brian Ging, Evin Keane, James Phelan.
Emo: Nigel Murphy, Shane Murphy, Niall Gorman, Darren Strong, Liam Crowley, Padraig Kirwan, Finbarr Crowley, Evan Costello, Jack Owens.
Portarlington: Scott Osborne, Robbie Piggott, Colm Murphy, Diarmuid Bennett, Graham Weldon, Patrick O'Sullivan, Jordan Fitzpatrick, Ronan Coffey (inj), Sean Byrne.
Annanough: Killian Horgan, Elliot Scully.

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Laois / Re: Newspaper Items
« on: October 05, 2018, 12:54:55 AM »
Talent Academy and Player Development Work Group established
http://www.gaa.ie/hurling/news/talent-academy-and-player-development-work-group-established/

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Laois / Re: Laois Senior Football Championship 2018
« on: October 04, 2018, 11:07:21 AM »
Anyone else think that Graiguecullen looked very poor and toothless in their semi final game . Was very poor for a team in the semis . I think they have regressed since Clancy took over . You’d think they would be better

I wouldn't say they have regressed but certainly haven't improved too much. They have lost a few big names and now have a few young, small lads starting who will take time to reach the desired standard. Starting without the likes of Birdy Hand and Barry Brennan at midfield would weaken any team and thats where most of their problems lay this year.

Winning very little midfield ball means your forwards are starved of possession for long periods and your defence is under pressure. They also lost Ian Fleming, Kearney only played one game and Ambrose Doran was out all year with an injury. All that has to have an affect on a team so blaming Clancy is a bit of a cheap shot. I think he has done well with what he had to work with and has brought them to semi finals and finals since he became involved.

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Laois / Re: Laois Divisional Championship
« on: October 04, 2018, 12:51:00 AM »
Dates announced for trial tournament
http://hoganstand.com/Laois/article/index/291054?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter


The tournament begins on Saturday, October 12th with the opening round of fixtures being played at the Centre of Excellence.
West/North West take on East Central at 6pm and then North East face South East at 7.30pm.
Games will take place every weekend for four weeks with the competition ending on November 4th.


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Laois / Re: Newspaper Items
« on: October 02, 2018, 01:10:25 AM »
I didn't realise Laois were running U-19 Championships this year, does that mean we will have U-17, U-19 and U-20 championship games....



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Laois / Re: Laois Divisional Championship
« on: September 27, 2018, 03:15:57 PM »
When did you become administrator of this forum Don, you come across as a bit of a bully boy sitting behind a keyboard, something similar to the clowns who made the "Hogan Stand" forum unreadable.
I for one would hate this site to go down the same road as that one but this thing of abusing people who dare to have a different opinion than you is the type of thing that drives genuine people away.
You are as entitled to an opinion as anyone else but please keep the schoolboy stuff for the pub...

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