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Laois / 2018 ACFL Division 1
« on: March 23, 2018, 08:18:57 PM »
The first games of the 2018 League are on this weekend.

Laois / Laois Senior Football Championship 2018
« on: March 09, 2018, 12:46:29 AM »
Draws made for 2018 Laois football championships

Laois Shopping Centre SFC

Portlaoise v Ballyfin Gaels
Clonaslee Gaels v Killeshin
Emo v Arles-Killeen
Portarlington v Ballyroan-Abbey
St Joseph’s v The Heath
Ballylinan v Crettyard Gaels
O’Dempsey’s v Graiguecullen
Stradbally v Arles-Kilcruise

Laois / Kelly Cup 2018
« on: January 30, 2018, 02:42:58 PM »

GROUP A – Crettyard Gaels, Ballylinan, Stradbally, Clonaslee-St Manman’s Gaels
GROUP B – Emo, Courtwood, Mountmellick Gaels
GROUP C – Arles-Kilcruise, Ballyfin Gaels, Timahoe
GROUP D – Graiguecullen, Killeshin, O’Dempsey’s

Laois / 2018 O'Byrne Cup
« on: November 16, 2017, 01:29:21 AM »
The 2018 O'Byrne Cup draw has been made with holders Dublin being grouped alongside Offaly and Wexford.
Dublin will have a bye in the opening round of the upcoming pre-season competition which will take place on Saturday, 30th December

2018 O'Byrne Cup draw:

Group 1

Group 2

Group 3

Group 4

Dec 30, Jan 3, Jan 7.
Jan 13/14.
Jan 20/21.

Opening Fixtures:
Offaly v Wexford
Louth v Longford
Wicklow v Carlow
Westmeath v Laois

Round robin with first placed team advancing to semi-finals. Westmeath and Laois play each other home and away with aggregate score deciding who tops Group 4.

Laois / Laois U-21 Championship 2017
« on: October 20, 2017, 07:20:20 PM »
Seeing as this is the very last under 21 championship to ever be played in Laois I thought it would be fitting to start a thread covering the games.
I was looking for fixtures for the weekend and came across this on the Laois Official Website.
They have Graiguecullen down to play twice tomorrow afternoon, surely this is a mistake unless they have two teams in the competition.. ??

Laois / 2018 National Football League Division 4
« on: October 14, 2017, 11:40:53 PM »
Laois will be operating out of Division 4 in 2018 and here are all the fixtures.

Laois / Laois GAA Strategic Review
« on: August 15, 2017, 03:27:33 PM »

Laois / Leinster Senior Club Football Championship 2017
« on: July 20, 2017, 09:49:20 PM »
Here are the draws for the Leinster Senior Club Football Championship for 2017

Draws for all other grades are on this link:

Laois / Leinster U-17 Football Championship
« on: June 27, 2017, 01:45:41 PM »
We seem to have a good chance of doing well in this new competition this year.

Laois team named for first ever Leinster U-17 championship opener

This is the full panel:

LAOIS U-17 (* denotes U-16)
Andrew Swayne (Portlaoise)
Cathal Duggan (Portlaoise)
Eoin O’Connor (Portlaoise)
Gary Saunders (Portlaoise)
Michael Dowling (Portlaoise)
Cian Doyle (Courtwood)
Matthew Byron (Courtwood)
Niall Dunne (Courtwood)
Seán O’Flynn (Courtwood)
Seth Burns (Courtwood)*
Alex Mohane (Portarlington)
Ronan Coffey (Portarlington)
Colin Slevin (Portarlington) (Captain)
Seán Michael Corcoran (Portarlington)*
Jack Owens (Emo)
Ned Ryan (Emo)*
Niall Gorman (Emo)
Oisin Keogh (Emo)*
Ciarán Byrne (Ballyroan-Abbey)*
Enda McWey (Ballyroan-Abbey)*
John Rogers (Ballyroan-Abbey)
Bernard Wheatley (St Joseph’s)
Dean Brophy (St Joseph’s)
Josh Lacey (St Joseph’s)*
Damien McCaul (Annanough)
Killian Horgan (Annanough)
Mark O’Connell (Timahoe)*
Mark Barry (O’Dempsey’s)
PJ Daly (The Heath)
Paddy Walsh (Killeshin)
Seán O’Neill (The Rock)*
Tom Wright (Ballylinan)*
Brian Fingleton (Park-Ratheniska)*
Callum Hennessy (Graiguecullen)

Laois / Video's
« on: February 16, 2017, 01:30:46 AM »
There are a lot of video's out there of all things Laois. This is a place where you can post them.

I'll get the ball rolling with this tribute in song to the great Tommy Murphy

Laois / Kelly Cup 2017
« on: January 25, 2017, 12:40:49 AM »
Kelly Cup 2017

Group A: Emo, Crettyard Gaels, St Joseph's, Arles-Kilcruise
Group B: Graiguecullen, Ballyfin Gaels, Killeshin, Arles-Killeen
Group C: Stradbally, Ballylinan, Timahoe

Winner A v Winner B; Winner C v Runner Up A

Rd 1: Sunday, 5th February
Rd 2: Saturday, 11th February
Rd 3: Sunday, 19th February

Semi-Final: Sunday, 26th February
Final: Friday, 3rd March

Laois / Laois U-21 Football 2017
« on: December 07, 2016, 05:08:03 PM »
Peter McNulty Under-21 Inter-County Football Tournament 

Roinn 1 - Friday 6th. January (or that weekend by agreement)

Group A
Laois  v  Carlow @ 19:45
Galway v Tipperary @ 19:45
Group B
Wexford v Kildare @ 19:45
Clare v Limerick @ 19:45

Roinn 2 - Sat 14th. January (or that weekend by agreement)

Group A
Laois v Tipperary @ 14:00
Carlow v Galway @ 14:00
Group B
Kildare v Clare @ 14:00
Limerick v Wexford @ 14:00

Roinn 3 - Sat 21st. January (or that weekend by agreement)

Group A
Tipperary v Carlow @ 14:00
Galway v Laois @ 14:00
Group B
Wexford v Clare @ 14:00
Kildare v Limerick @ 14:00

Cup and Shield Semi-Finals - Wed. 25th. January
Cup and Shield Finals - Sun. 29th. January

Laois / 2017 Bord Na Móna O'Byrne Cup
« on: November 28, 2016, 12:54:58 AM »
Fixtures Released For 2017 Bord Na Móna O'Byrne Cup
23 Nov 2016

ANDY McEntee’s first game in charge of Meath football will be a home clash with Wicklow in the Bord na Móna O’Byrne Cup on January 8. The dates and pairings for the 2017 Bord na Móna Leinster GAA Series were agreed last night with all eyes on the new managers who will take up the reins across Leinster GAA in the New Year.

Defending O’Byrne Cup champions Meath are in a tough group with Wicklow, Laois and students DIT as McEntee embarks on a new era following the departure of Mick O’Dowd at the end of last season. Laois, of course, also have a new manager for 2017 with Peter Creedon at the helm.

Meanwhile, All-Ireland and Leinster champions Dublin have been pitted against DCU, Wexford and UCD with Jim Gavin expected to feature an experimental selection as he again loses a large chunk of players to Third Level teams.

Dublin’s clash away against Wexford on January 15 will see them renew rivalry with Seamus ‘Banty’ McEnaney who was last in action against the Dubs while he was manager of Meath in 2011 and 2012. It is also a potential forerunner of events later next summer with Dublin drawn to play either Carlow or Wexford in a Leinster SFC quarter final in Portlaoise or Wexford next June.

Longford were the only team to inflict a competitive defeat on Dublin in 2016, toppling them in the Bord na Móna O’Byrne Cup semi-finals, and they are grouped with Kildare, Offaly and IT Carlow in another testing selection. Westmeath, Louth, Carlow and Maynooth University make up the fourth competitive group.

The competition begins on Sunday, January 8, 2017 with another round played under lights on Wednesday night with the final round the following Sunday.
It will represent the first time in 2017 that inter county players get to grips with the introduction of the Mark in Gaelic football while it has also been decided that there will be no limit on the number of substitutions allowed.

Leinster GAA is delighted to announce an agreement with Bord na Móna to extend their sponsorship of the Leinster GAA Series for a further three years up until after the 2019 competition.

Fixtures for Laois

Full Fixture list here....

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