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Laois / Re: 2018 National Football League Division 4
« on: March 09, 2018, 10:38:11 AM »
know one to stop big Donnie

I know Mueller is trying to stop big Donnie anyway, presume that's what you're talking about?

Laois / Re: 2018 National Football League Division 4
« on: February 20, 2018, 10:37:32 AM »
Graduated last year, spent time in NY, not sure he's still there though.

He's back but injured himself while abroad, only getting back to a bit of training now

Laois / Re: 2018 National Football League Division 4
« on: February 04, 2018, 10:59:39 PM »
Donie is back near enough a month at this stage. I can't imagine Sugrue hasn't said it to him in person already. If he's not getting the reaction he needs out of him, then he has to try whatever means available to get him going. It's not like he slated him anyway, he just said he needs to work harder in training.

Laois / Re: Leinster U-20 Football 2018
« on: January 29, 2018, 01:34:55 PM »
More luck to Billy if he's the chosen candidate. I'd have my doubts about Shaggy and Phelan on a selection committee, but Byron is no mug, and if he impressed him enough then I'll give him a chance. I wouldn't have even thought of him to take over tbh, but if he could win two games in that group he'll have done well.

The bigger issue around the appointment, to my mind, is that we're not developing our own coaches any more and bringing them through with the development squads. Every time a development squad comes through to these grades, we have to go looking for a new manager for them, when in reality, whoever has had them since U-13 should be developing at the same pace as the players, and be fit to stay on as manager. We're probably over reliant on the GDAs in that regard.

Laois / Re: Strategic Review of Gaelic Games in Laois 2017
« on: January 09, 2018, 10:41:20 AM »
I don't think Portlaoise, or the other clubs in the parish for that matter, are even scratching the surface of the amount of players that could play GAA. All of their grounds are outside the town, so the only ones who play are the ones who can get a lift out. A club within walking distance for a few hundred children has a great chance of attracting numbers, in my opinion anyway, so long as it is run properly. There are a lot of non-irish in Portlaoise who don't know the first thing about the GAA or have the interest, but that's not to say their children wouldn't like to play a game if it's on their doorstep, fun and well-organised, especially over the summer when there's no soccer, rugby or basketball. It's a massive task to try and get it setup and find people to run it, but it's definitely worth a try. The numbers in the primary schools in the town alone would suggest that.

Laois / Re: County Convention
« on: November 30, 2017, 10:04:28 AM »
This election is like asking the clubs of Laois if they would rather drown or be burnt alive

Laois / Re: County Convention
« on: November 28, 2017, 11:39:06 AM »
And assistant treasurer, he's the only one nominated for that.

Surely Shaggy will pull out though to pursue his dream of forcing all juvenile gaa players in the country to give up the other sports they play

Laois / Re: Leinster Senior Club Football Championship 2017
« on: November 14, 2017, 03:19:36 PM »
I think the big difference between Moorefield and every other team Portlaoise met this year was that Moorefield were excellent defensively. Moorefield did a great job of slowing Portlaoise down, and they weren't at their best with the slower pace.

They also tied up Bruno, which rarely happens in Laois. It was almost comical how much freedom Rhode gave him. Rhode looked like they had no homework done on Portlaoise at all, but Moorefield looked far better prepared.

I thought Sunday was the first game this year where they really missed Healy as well, they could have done with him on Eanna O'Connor. In spite of all that, they should still have won it. That late lapse probably cost them another Leinster, because they would have been the best team left in it. A tough one to take for them but they'll probably win another three or four in a row in Laois, at least, so they'll have plenty more chances.

Laois / Re: Leinster Minor Football Championship 2017
« on: October 17, 2017, 10:10:42 AM »
I think the Fitzpatrick chap was with the Leinster rugby academy, or some way involved with their youth set up, so he was tied up with that.

Laois / Re: Next Laois football manager
« on: October 15, 2017, 06:39:49 PM »
It's always bitterly disappointing when someone misses a fairly clear cut Shawshank Redemption reference

Laois / Re: Laois SFC 2017
« on: September 25, 2017, 01:23:02 PM »
No, if Portlaoise intermediates win then they will remain in the IFC. They can't be promoted because the club already have a team at the higher grade, it's the same in the league, you can't have two teams from the same club competing in the same competition.

Laois / Re: Laois Junior Football Championship 2017
« on: September 22, 2017, 11:28:36 AM »
Ah lads, is their no one in London that knows of a way out of this?  ;D ;D

Laois / Re: Laois SFC 2017
« on: September 18, 2017, 12:02:10 AM »
To be honest I am happy to see Arles beat Mountmellick. Mountmellick first option to improve is to become a gaels team and to bring players in from others club. Arles try there best to improve there own players. Mountmellick are Laois football in a nut shell. Instead of working to improve what you have they take the easy option of joining up with someone else.

To be fair to Mountmellick, the link with Castletown started with Ger and Brendan Reddin, because their father is from Mountmellick, and the two of them have been kicking football with Mountmellick for years. Ger has since emigrated but Brendan is still kicking with them. James Mullaney played a bit with them this year too, but not to any great degree, I wouldn't say he even started a game for them.

Laois / Re: Club Hurling
« on: September 11, 2017, 04:25:30 PM »
Reilly is working out in Abu Dhabi now, so I doubt he'll be involved. Of the lads not currently there, Gearoid Burke would be the biggest addition, but he doesn't seem to have the interest. Saw Rathdowney-Errill a couple of times and thought James Ryan did alright, might be worth a call up.

Laois / Re: Next Laois football manager
« on: August 28, 2017, 02:02:55 PM »
4: He has the respect of the players (and any player who doesn't show up just because Billy is named manager doesn't deserve to have the honour of putting on the jersey anyway)

That's an important point, he was players rep when he was on the panel, if you talk to anyone that played with him, they always speak very highly of him. Not all Laois fans took to him, but the players loved Billy. Building up a good relationship with the players will be important for the new manager, especially if we bring in a load of young lads who'll need a bit of confidence.

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