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Laois / Re: Laois Senior Football Championship 2018
« on: September 16, 2018, 09:29:43 PM »
Clonaslee gone ...that will surely be the end of that madness with annanough

4 points flattered clonaslee ballyfin should won it by more always in control


Strabally slightly unlucky against joes greg ramsbottom had great chance to sneak it ..

I said portlaoise would win every game by at least ten points ...so far ive been right

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Laois / Re: The future of laois hurling
« on: August 29, 2018, 10:54:32 AM »
Those Tipp, Limerick, Cork teams etc will reconvene in November and follow a 12-14 week s&c programme before beginning training 2-3 times a week next year, our lads wonít have that continuity
It will be meet up again next spring for an hour of a Saturday.

We have no overarching plans to bring a groups through improving them all the time

Me and my three sisters are at an age where, between us, we have four teenage sons and two twelve year olds all of whom play hurling. Three of the boys are currently on development squads so basically we're on the road the whole time and I see first hand a lot of what's going on. Last year, The U14s did 8 weeks of S+C work in Heywood before Christmas and 8 after Christmas (as U15s). That's a bit more than "meeting up next spring for an hour". The current 15 year olds are an excellent group, both the players and management. Their results and progress are of the highest order. This year's 14s mentors carried 48 at any one time. Overall, between injuries, call ups etc over 50 players were involved in a county set up. They all improved dramatically and they were very competitive in their games. All players, including the very weakest, were treated very fairly and got lots of game time each day.

Our biggest problems i think are:

1. Our playing population is just too small. Contrast our numbers with Tipp, Cork and Galway.

2. Dual issue. While players are encouraged to play both the simple fact of the matter is you can't be a top level hurler if you're equally committed to anything else.

3. Our Secondary Schools are just not operating at a high enough level.

Zoom while I agree with you on the u15ís in terms of players and mentors,the one issue I would have is that didnít run trials for anyone outside the group this year or last.

The 3 points that you have raised are correct,how would you overcome or try and bridge the gap?

Nothing can be done about point one and very little can be done about point two as we are a genuine dual county. I'm not in favour of making lads choose too early. Point three is the one where we can make an impact. It will  need serious planning though as a number of our schools simply don't have enough interest in or backing for GAA

Point 3 is nearly the most mportant because thats were lads the the real bug for the game and you play with Club rivals against other county men!

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Laois / Re: Laois Senior Football Championship 2018
« on: August 29, 2018, 10:44:41 AM »
Another very close battle between Kilcruise and Ballyroan last night. 2 injury time points to win it for Ballyroan. Kilcruise kicked plenty of wides in the first half.

Great game ...God Chris conway rolled back the years for a fifteen minute spell some going at 40

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Laois / Re: Laois Senior Football Championship 2018
« on: August 28, 2018, 11:57:44 AM »
They are too far apart for this to be a long term amalgamation . Maybe Annanough should look to Timahoe or Park Ratheniska or the Heath ? Would Clonaslee look to Kilcavan ? Or Ballyfin ? I assume Rosenallis isnít an option due to rivalry up there .
Annanough, Timahoe and Park Ratheniska would have the makings of a fine senior set up. All could retain their own junior and intermediate teams and go together in the senior.

Any Annanough lads who wanted to hurl could go play hurling with the Carlow lads as well ...New Jerseys would be the order of the day ...

Carlow Tops maybe blue shorts and socks  :P

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Laois / Re: Club Hurling
« on: August 28, 2018, 10:34:44 AM »
Borris might just have a say yet I wouldn't rule them out.

Ballyfin for the chop...

Ballinakill could suprise R/Erill!

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Laois / Re: Laois Senior Football Championship 2018
« on: August 28, 2018, 10:32:33 AM »


John Flynn was excellent in the middle!

Love the sarcasm.  ::)

Not meant to be any ! ;)

Did you think he was poor?I didn't !

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Laois / Re: Laois Senior Football Championship 2018
« on: August 27, 2018, 10:26:43 AM »
Heath got over the line but were full value ...evan Keane was outstanding .

John Flynn was excellent in the middle!


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Laois / Re: TJ Doheny
« on: August 18, 2018, 12:45:17 AM »
Fair play is right but how many champs is there at the same weight.....wby was it not televised...

Is this as big or comparable  to Mcguigan back in the day?


I don't know or maybe i don't understand

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90% of social media (gaa people mostly neutrals) no matter what platform you check the last two days say Monaghan were very hard done by hard to argue that they were.

Tyrone were steeped they didn't play well and a fortunate goal and questionable decisions got them over the line .

Monaghans early nerves and lack of composure late on along with referee Nolan robbed them of their first all ireland apperance in 88 years

They must be sick.

Ima stop you right there....

So if a vote was taken it doesn't count ha ha.....


Can Tyrone fans not just be happy that they are in the final they got the rub of the green as regards the ref and the whole country pratically thinks the same ...

End of story

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GAA Discussion / Re: Willie Barret - Referees Development Chairman
« on: August 14, 2018, 01:58:52 PM »
Nolan's woeful performance on sunday has robbed him of any chance of an all ireland in the future.

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90% of social media (gaa people mostly neutrals) no matter what platform you check the last two days say Monaghan were very hard done by hard to argue that they were.

Tyrone were steeped they didn't play well and a fortunate goal and questionable decisions got them over the line .

Monaghans early nerves and lack of composure late on along with referee Nolan robbed them of their first all ireland apperance in 88 years

They must be sick.

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Laois / Re: Laois Senior Football Team 2019
« on: August 13, 2018, 07:48:18 PM »
Cormac murphy from crettyard is good

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The line ball before the goal should have been a Monaghan ball.

Yes that was as clear as day ...very very poor call ...

He was bad for both sides but the big calls went against the Farney county for sure...I can see how they were a bit aggrieved at the end.

To be so close to an All ireland when a better ref might or might not made a massive difference.

McManaus never so much as got a thing of Nolan all day as a previous poster said its as if he didn't like him ...


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GAA Discussion / Re: AI minor football championship
« on: August 13, 2018, 01:14:23 AM »
The only teams to beat Roscommon this year are the AI finalists.

Good point well made

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GAA Discussion / Re: Football All Stars 2018
« on: August 13, 2018, 01:11:01 AM »
Hard to pick out players from Tyrone unless they do the impossible ...

I would have had mattie D nailed on but after todays no show im thinking ....
Sludden no chance
P harte yes for simple reason he is p harte ...

Niall morgan is very underated and should be there

Its mcmanaus and prob beggan for Monaghan...

Murphy for donegal
Walsh and coner back for galway ...

Best footballer in ireland (clifford)

And seven dubs

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