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Laois / Re: Laois Senior Football Championship 2018
« on: October 15, 2018, 10:17:43 PM »
Ricky Maher man of the match in a senior county final, maybe itís true after all, Portlaoise are that far ahead of everyone that anyone could win a county title on that team.
Your a thundering gobshite Don. Don't forget that.
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Laois / Re: Laois Senior Football Championship 2018
« on: October 14, 2018, 09:12:20 PM »
Ricky Maher man of the match in a senior county final, maybe itís true after all, Portlaoise are that far ahead of everyone that anyone could win a county title on that team.

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Laois / Re: Leinster Football Championship 2019
« on: October 12, 2018, 05:14:10 PM »
What i could see happening is that we finish mid table in the league leinster semi and 3rd round of qualifiers and there will be calls for sugrae's head. In the space of a year lads have went from football is dead in laois to super 8s and back to back promotions. Reality is we got way further than anyond thought but we played nobody in the league and beat wexford (D4) after extra time, a shocking Westmeath team and Carlow (D4) to get to a leinster final, hammered there no shame in that and brody prevented an annialation against Monaghan, if we got what i suggested at the start id be happy enough but unfortuntely the majority of laois football supporters way from drastically in expectations with no middle ground
Calls for Sugrueís Head  ;D

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Laois / Re: Club Hurling
« on: October 11, 2018, 08:40:57 PM »
Hang on now, plenty of Camross men have represented this county with pride and distinction. Even Zane whom many will give grief to put his body on the line on many occasions for Laois. We should temper the blanket painting of the club with this knowledge. What happened Sunday was wrong, that theyíve circled the wagons isnít surprising, itís merely disappointing.

May I also commend Rory Delaney for a well thought out piece.

Iím not talking about the ones who have. Iím taking about the huge numbers who havenít. They have way more opt outs than all other clubs.

And donít get me going on Zane. What a waste of talent. Heíd much rather be a hero hitting line balls up the mountain than challenging himself against good players like the limerick or galway backs in the NHL
Harsh. Zane did all of that. You may not have liked that he didn't go in year on year, but he gave good commitment under Chedd, and its worth remembering that he wrecked his knee while playing for Laois.

I merely said its worth bearing in mind those who have, when throwing around the abuse, which a few are doing.

Whether the current do or don't commit, thats a different matter entirely.

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Laois / Re: Club Hurling
« on: October 11, 2018, 07:56:19 PM »
Hang on now, plenty of Camross men have represented this county with pride and distinction. Even Zane whom many will give grief to put his body on the line on many occasions for Laois. We should temper the blanket painting of the club with this knowledge. What happened Sunday was wrong, that theyíve circled the wagons isnít surprising, itís merely disappointing.

May I also commend Rory Delaney for a well thought out piece.

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Laois / Re: Club Hurling
« on: October 11, 2018, 12:19:53 PM »
Hows the Thursday Club going anyway?

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Laois / Re: Club Hurling
« on: October 11, 2018, 12:15:27 PM »
there has been far worse done on GAA fields up and down the country and that's a fact.
Writing fact at the end of a sentence does not make everything beforehand FACT.

Also, just because a man gets brain damage on some field in Ulster, doesn't make it ok to knock a lads teeth down his throat on a field in Laois.

FACT. END OF.
Actually FACT is teeth were not knocked out from what I've heard, have u seen the clip in real time? just very unfortunate the cut on his lip
Again, you're playing loose and fast with the word FACT. If its a fact that teeth weren't knock out, then you don't back it up with "from what I've heard".
Don't worry, the INTERNET can be daunting, but we're here to help you through it. You'll make a fine Goebbels in time.

Now, what did you get in your Leaving Cert?

Is a question like that meant to be insulting ? lol
Not meaning to be insulting at all, why so defensive?
Referring to a person's leaving cert lol seriously like
Junior Cert? Inter? Just taking an interest. You seem awfully defensive over it.

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Laois / Re: Club Hurling
« on: October 11, 2018, 12:11:16 PM »
there has been far worse done on GAA fields up and down the country and that's a fact.
Writing fact at the end of a sentence does not make everything beforehand FACT.

Also, just because a man gets brain damage on some field in Ulster, doesn't make it ok to knock a lads teeth down his throat on a field in Laois.

FACT. END OF.
Actually FACT is teeth were not knocked out from what I've heard, have u seen the clip in real time? just very unfortunate the cut on his lip
Again, you're playing loose and fast with the word FACT. If its a fact that teeth weren't knock out, then you don't back it up with "from what I've heard".
Don't worry, the INTERNET can be daunting, but we're here to help you through it. You'll make a fine Goebbels in time.

Now, what did you get in your Leaving Cert?

Is a question like that meant to be insulting ? lol
Not meaning to be insulting at all, why so defensive?

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Laois / Re: Club Hurling
« on: October 11, 2018, 12:05:32 PM »
there has been far worse done on GAA fields up and down the country and that's a fact.
Writing fact at the end of a sentence does not make everything beforehand FACT.

Also, just because a man gets brain damage on some field in Ulster, doesn't make it ok to knock a lads teeth down his throat on a field in Laois.

FACT. END OF.
Actually FACT is teeth were not knocked out from what I've heard, have u seen the clip in real time? just very unfortunate the cut on his lip
Again, you're playing loose and fast with the word FACT. If its a fact that teeth weren't knock out, then you don't back it up with "from what I've heard".
Don't worry, the INTERNET can be daunting, but we're here to help you through it. You'll make a fine Goebbels in time.

Now, what did you get in your Leaving Cert?

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Laois / Re: Club Hurling
« on: October 11, 2018, 11:59:37 AM »
there has been far worse done on GAA fields up and down the country and that's a fact.
Writing fact at the end of a sentence does not make everything beforehand FACT.

Also, just because a man gets brain damage on some field in Ulster, doesn't make it ok to knock a lads teeth down his throat on a field in Laois.

FACT. END OF.

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Laois / Re: Club Hurling
« on: October 11, 2018, 11:48:31 AM »
Reading through all these comments here and social media its nothing short of a disgrace the way the camross team and people are being portrayed. The incident itself wasn't as bad as what is stated, king himself ran 40 yards to get involved so technically going by the rules that's a third man tackle and a red card for himself, an incident that last 30 seconds on the day has been circulated in slow motion and stretched to 1 minute and 40 seconds and looks way worse than what actually happened, Laois Today themselves have a lot to answer for, unfortunate what happened to king but these things happen sometimes in hurling and its not just in Laois or not just teams like Camross.

The standard of refs in the county is a joke, reading through FB and referee's from R/E making comments about sorting Camross out next year?, even R/E refs attacking the referee at half time in the dressing room is just shocking, were is the fair play here when officials are intimidating others? in the second half there were 12 frees awarded to R/E and 1 to Camross and also nearly 5 minutes injury time in the second half when only 2 had been agreed. There would have been murder after the match had Camross not won with this carry on.

As for the few pics on social media circulating and people trying to instigate that its this and that, people really need to see sense here, lads out drinking and celebrating all day like clearly wouldn't see sense at 3 o clock in the morning, I'm certain there was no real malicious in any of it. At this stage people really need to accept the fact that Camross have won.

R/E people have really showed there class over there attitude and comments since being beat on Sunday, they really are nothing but sore losers. Camross are champions for 2018 and in doing so have beat R/E 4 times this year so they are in my opinion and on paper worthy champions.

I stopped reading at "40 yards", hard to look past such a blatant lie. Anyone care to bullet point the rest of it?



- Everyone except Camross are a disgrace
- looks worse in slowmotion
- King deserved it
- Wasnt Camross fault
- All teams play like this
- Laois todays fault
- Reffs fault
- Pictures are Bulmers fault
- Rathdowneys fault
- Rathdowney have bad manners online
We have a bit of a comedian/comedienne on our hands.  Welcome culchy, how many points did you get in your leaving cert?

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Laois / Re: Club Hurling
« on: October 11, 2018, 11:24:26 AM »
Reading through all these comments here and social media its nothing short of a disgrace the way the camross team and people are being portrayed. The incident itself wasn't as bad as what is stated, king himself ran 40 yards to get involved so technically going by the rules that's a third man tackle and a red card for himself, an incident that last 30 seconds on the day has been circulated in slow motion and stretched to 1 minute and 40 seconds and looks way worse than what actually happened, Laois Today themselves have a lot to answer for, unfortunate what happened to king but these things happen sometimes in hurling and its not just in Laois or not just teams like Camross.

The standard of refs in the county is a joke, reading through FB and referee's from R/E making comments about sorting Camross out next year?, even R/E refs attacking the referee at half time in the dressing room is just shocking, were is the fair play here when officials are intimidating others? in the second half there were 12 frees awarded to R/E and 1 to Camross and also nearly 5 minutes injury time in the second half when only 2 had been agreed. There would have been murder after the match had Camross not won with this carry on.

As for the few pics on social media circulating and people trying to instigate that its this and that, people really need to see sense here, lads out drinking and celebrating all day like clearly wouldn't see sense at 3 o clock in the morning, I'm certain there was no real malicious in any of it. At this stage people really need to accept the fact that Camross have won.

R/E people have really showed there class over there attitude and comments since being beat on Sunday, they really are nothing but sore losers. Camross are champions for 2018 and in doing so have beat R/E 4 times this year so they are in my opinion and on paper worthy champions.

I stopped reading at "40 yards", hard to look past such a blatant lie. Anyone care to bullet point the rest of it?

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Laois / Re: Newspaper Items
« on: October 11, 2018, 10:07:26 AM »
Congratulations to Kevin Doogue...
http://leinsterladiesgaelic.ie/news/10044524/Doogue_Appointed_Leinster_Manager

"a wealth of knowledge and experience to the team."

Relax lads, its on the InterPro's you're on about there.

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Laois / Re: Club Hurling
« on: October 10, 2018, 10:06:07 PM »
Himself, Dooley and I think one of the Burkeís showing off their teeth and gums in s pub
f**king tr**p

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Laois / Re: Club Hurling
« on: October 10, 2018, 09:33:00 PM »
I heard today that Palmer is in line for the Coaching job with Laois GAA
Whatís this picture of Palmer about

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