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Laois / 2023 National Football League Division 4
« on: November 10, 2022, 08:07:42 PM »
National Football League Division 4 2023

January 28/29 – Sligo (Away)
February 4/5 – Wexford (Home)
February 18/19 – Carlow (Away)
February 25/26 – Waterford (Home)
March 4/5 – Wicklow (Home)
March 18/19 – Leitrim (Away)
March 26 – London (Away)

Laois / Laois Senior Football League 2022
« on: June 06, 2022, 03:28:47 PM »
The 2022 League has reached the knockout stages, some very interesting games coming up.

The football leagues this year will be played under a new format whereby in the top three divisions the top four teams after the first seven games qualify for a winners group where they will play each other. From that series of games the top two will progress to a final.

The bottom four will play each other with the bottom two relegated. Points from the first seven games do not carry over to the second phase.
The top six divisions in football are all eight-team competitions while Division 5 is split out into four groups with 19 teams entered in total.

In the first three divisions there are two teams promoted and relegated – but only one team up and down from Division 3 on. From Division 3 on, the top four go into the semi-finals with the eventual winner promoted. The bottom team is relegated.

Laois / Kelly Cup 2022
« on: March 02, 2022, 10:42:58 AM »
Result from Tuesday evening :

Graiguecullen   4-14
Timahoe            0-10

Earlier Results:

O'Dempseys      2-11
St Joseph's        4-13

Arles Kilcruise   0-10
Killeshin              2-07

Ballylinan            0-01
Clonaslee           1-03

Laois / Laois Senior Football Championship 2022
« on: February 25, 2022, 03:50:07 PM »
Laois Senior Football Championship 2022

Arles Killeen v Portarlington
Portlaoise v Emo
O Dempseys v Killeshin
Rosenallis v BallyRoan Abbey
Stradbally v Ballyfin
Park Ratheniska v Courtwood
Graigcullen v Clonaslee St Manmans
St Joseph's v Ballylinan

Laois / O'Byrne Cup 2022
« on: November 29, 2021, 12:06:54 AM »
O'Byrne Cup 2022 fixtures:

Saturday January 8 (2pm)
Group A - Longford v Louth, Offaly v Dublin

Group B - Wicklow v Meath, Wexford v Laois

Group C - Kildare v Westmeath

Wednesday January 12 (7.30pm)
Group A - Dublin v Louth, Offaly v Longford

Group B - Wicklow v Wexford, Laois v Meath

Group C - Carlow v Kildare

Saturday January 15
Group A – Longford v Dublin, Louth v Offaly

Group B - Laois v Wicklow, Meath v Wexford

Group C - Westmeath v Carlow

Wednesday January 19
Semi-Final: Winners Group B v Winners Group C

Saturday January 22
O’Byrne Cup Final

Laois / Leinster Senior Football Championship 2022
« on: November 28, 2021, 11:56:49 PM »
Leinster SFC 2022

Round 1
Louth v Carlow
Laois v Wicklow
Offaly v Wexford

Dublin v Offaly/Wexford
Meath v Laois/Wicklow
Kildare v Louth/Carlow
Westmeath v Longford

Laois / Laois Intermediate Football Championship 2021
« on: September 06, 2021, 02:40:14 AM »
  Quote Helix

If someone wants to start a new thread for 2021 fire away.
Mountmellick had a good win over Arles Kilcruise
Park Ratheniska beating an awful Timahoe side.
O’Dempseys beating a junior b standard Portlaoise side as they’re holding back a strong team to try win junior A.
Crettyard beating the Rock with Evan O’Carroll scoring 2:9 I think.

Timahoe or Portlaoise to be relegated. After seeing Portlaoise team last night I’d say it’ll be them.
Mountmellick or Crettyard to win it out.

Laois / Lenister Minor Football Championship 2021
« on: July 06, 2021, 12:31:44 PM »
Round 1:           
1   Louth v Westmeath    Louth
2   Kildare v Longford      Kildare
3   Carlow v Wicklow       Carlow
4   Laois   v Wexford        Laois   (AET)
Quarter Finals:
5   Dublin   v   Offaly   10.7.2021   12.00pm   Bord na Móna O’Connor Park
6   Laois     v   Louth   10.7.2021   12.00pm   Stabannon
7   Carlow  v   Kildare   10.7.2021   12.00pm   St Conleths Park Newbridge

Semi Finals: (Winners Rd. 2 plus Winners Meath/Offaly             
8   Winner Fixture 6   v    Meath                   24.7.2021      
9   Winner Fixture 5   v   Winner Fixture 7   24.7.2021   

10                      Winner 8     V   Winner 9                     02.8.2021

Boost for Laois minor footballers as bizarre red card overturned following appeal

Laois / The Future for Laois Football
« on: July 05, 2021, 12:26:01 AM »
After what we witnessed today and the horrible year we've had where do we go from here?
We now find ourselves in Div3 next season and more than likely playing without some of our more experienced players due to retirements, injuries, etc.
What do we do now, how do we stop the rot ??

Laois / 2021 National Football League
« on: December 21, 2020, 06:03:51 PM »
Gaelic Football. National Leagues.

It is believed that the National Gaelic football leagues will start from Saturday February 27th and run until the league finals on Sunday April 4th. The four divisions will be split into two, North and South.

Division 1 North
Donegal, Tyrone, Monaghan, Armagh

Division 1 South
Kerry, Dublin, Roscommon, Galway

Division 2 North
Meath, Down, Mayo, Westmeath

Division 2 South
Clare, Cork, Laois, Kildare

Division 3 North
Derry, Fermanagh, Longford, Cavan

Division 3 South
Limerick, Wicklow, Offaly, Tipperary

Division 4 North
Leitrim, Louth, Antrim, Sligo

Division 4 South
Wexford, Carlow, Waterford, London*

Each team will play three group games, with a draw deciding which counties get two home games. The top two in each group progress to their respective league semi-finals. This will then be followed by a league final.

The bottom two teams in Division 1-3 will go into the relegation semi-finals with both losers moving down a division for 2022.

Bottom two teams in Division 4 will play a Shield semi-final and then final.

*London’s participation will be decided based on restrictions in 2021.

The 2021 inter-county senior football championship is scheduled start on 17-18 April.

Provincial championships followed by qualifiers will take place with no Super 8s, replaced instead by the old quarter-final knockout format.

Any team in Division 3 or 4 (outside Cavan and Tipperary) that do not reach their provincial finals will take part in the Tailteann Cup.

It is believed that the games will be knockout with semi-finals taking place as a double header in Croke Park on Sunday June 6th. The final will be curtain raiser to the All-Ireland Hurling Semi-Final on June 26/27.

Hurling is believed to be following a similar format to normal years in the National Leagues with the counties split into Division 1a, 1b, 2a, 2b, 3a and 3b. The only difference being that there will be no quarter or semi-finals.

Championship will stay as a knock-out format with back-door qualifiers.

Club Championships.
The main club championship window will take place from July 25th to October 24th..

Laois / 2021 National Football League
« on: December 14, 2020, 11:51:53 PM »

Laois / Leinster Senior Football Championship 2020
« on: November 07, 2020, 12:17:35 PM »

Best of luck lads....

Laois / Official Laois County Board Website
« on: March 12, 2020, 12:21:42 PM »
New County Board website looks good but very little county team news on it. Also short on U-17, U-20  football and hurling news.
Good results section on it.
Twitter and Facebook get tagged but we don't. >:(    A lot more to do but its a start...…

Laois / Kelly Cup 2020
« on: March 09, 2020, 04:57:40 PM »
Draws made for Kelly and Palmer Cups as domestic season set to get underway
By Alan Hartnett - 27th January 2020

The draws for the Kelly Cup and the Palmer Cup were made at tonight’s Laois County Board meeting.
In the Kelly Cup, eight teams have entered and all of those are senior sides bar one.
Defending champions Arles-Killeen will begin the defence of their title with an away trip to Killeshin.

While defeated finalists from 2019 St Joseph’s host Ballyroan-Abbey.
The other two quarter finals see Arles-Kilcruise host Graiguecullen while intermediate side Crettyard host Ballylinan.

The competition is set to get underway on Sunday March 1st and will run for the following three weeks.



Quarter Final:
Crettyard v Ballylinan                  .. Winners  -  Ballylilan
Killeshin v Arles Killeen                .. Winners  -  Killeshin
Arles Kilcruise v Graiguecullen      .. Winners  -  Graiguecullen
St Joseph’s v Ballyroan Abbey      .. Winners  -  St. Josephs

Semi Finals:
St Joseph’s v Graiguecullen          .. Winners  -  Graiguecullen
Ballylinan  v  Killeshin                  .. Winners  -

Graiguecullen  v 

Laois / GAA Congress 2020
« on: February 29, 2020, 12:49:25 AM »
Larry McCarthy has been elected President-elect!
The new GAA President-elect, Larry McCarthy, is a GAA Trustee and Management Committee member.
A native of Bishopstown in Cork, he emigrated to New York in 1985 to do a Masters degree. He is involved with the Sligo football club in New York, and has served with New York GAA for a long time, as secretary for six years and chairman for three years.

This motion proposes a rule amendment that any player who receives a kick-out cannot pass it back to his goalkeeper. The penalty proposed for a breach of this rule would be a free-kick awarded to the opposition from the position the goalkeeper receives the pass, or if the goalkeeper is inside the 13m line when in receipt of the pass the free will be from the 13m line opposite where the foul occurs.
Motion 6 is being voted has passed with a 'Yes' vote of 62!

This motion seeks to extend the rule that allows a temporary substitution if a player has a blood injury. If passed, you will also be allowed to bring on a temporary substitute for a player who has suffered a 'head injury'.
Motion 5 has been referred back to Central Council.

Under current rule in both Gaelic Football and Hurling you can carry the ball in your hand for a maximum of four steps before you play it. This proposed rule amendment would stipulate instead that you can carry the ball for a maximum of two seconds in Gaelic Football and Hurling in your hand(s) before you play it.
Motion 4 is being voted on. It has failed with a 'No' vote of 91%.

This motion proposes that a referee must first give permission to a team medical officer or another authorised official before they can enter the field of play to examine an injured player.
Motion 3 is being voted has failed by the slimmtest of margins after getting a 'Yes' vote of 59%! That's just 1% shy of the 60% required!

This motion seeks to give team captains and managers the power to ask the referee to consult with the Hawkeye Score Detection System and/or his fellow officials to clarify if any of the match officials erred in making a decision in relation to the validity of a score or the awarding of a free/sideline/wide/45 or 65 or square infringement. This would be limited to two failed requests per team and the request must be made before the play resumes.
The Motion has been dealt with. GAA President, John Horan, has said the CCCC will look into Limerick's proposals that underpin the motion and Limerick GAA are in agreement.

This motion proposes to give the sideline official the power to bring to the attention of the referee, during a break in play, any instances of foul play which have not been noticed by the referee.
Motion 1 is being voted on by the has passed with a 'Yes' vote of 70%!

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