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Laois / Re: Club Hurling
« on: October 24, 2018, 04:58:04 PM »
County Board will have a different outlook next Year if no R/E players turns up to Play with Laois and if one of the Top Ref's in the county quits.. Ridiculous decision. Stapleton should know better to though.. Not the first time he has argued with Refs following an R/E loss. Its not his place
His behaviour was unacceptable and couldn't be let go.

Which is fair enough, but laughable when you look at the other ban

There is more to the story doing the rounds that Stapleton was arguing with the ref at half time, rumour has it he assaulted a county board official who is now taking legal action against him, he will be lucky if a 4 week ban is all he gets.

The appeal on Dooley was probably lifted as the county board had no grounds to suspend him as the referee had dealt with the situation by giving the yellow card. Again very unfortunate what happened King but he ran 40 yards after the whistle had be blown to get involved and watching the clip in REAL time it looks like an unfortunate accident that was caused by himself running at speed and Dooley turning to protect himself.


Culchy is back !!  Would you ever f***  off with the shite you are coming out with

Looking at the video in REAL time is actually worse
How do u make it out to be worse , the incident is King is over after seconds, its a thing of nothing

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Laois / Re: Club Hurling
« on: October 24, 2018, 04:51:50 PM »
County Board will have a different outlook next Year if no R/E players turns up to Play with Laois and if one of the Top Ref's in the county quits.. Ridiculous decision. Stapleton should know better to though.. Not the first time he has argued with Refs following an R/E loss. Its not his place
His behaviour was unacceptable and couldn't be let go.

Which is fair enough, but laughable when you look at the other ban

There is more to the story doing the rounds that Stapleton was arguing with the ref at half time, rumour has it he assaulted a county board official who is now taking legal action against him, he will be lucky if a 4 week ban is all he gets.

The appeal on Dooley was probably lifted as the county board had no grounds to suspend him as the referee had dealt with the situation by giving the yellow card. Again very unfortunate what happened King but he ran 40 yards after the whistle had be blown to get involved and watching the clip in REAL time it looks like an unfortunate accident that was caused by himself running at speed and Dooley turning to protect himself.


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Laois / Re: Club Hurling
« on: October 11, 2018, 07:04:41 PM »
This post has now reached 26 pages ☺, exactly the amount of senior titles camross have, such a fitting to end to end the conversation 😉

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Laois / Re: Club Hurling
« on: October 11, 2018, 02:40:50 PM »
Thomas Keyes is now officially on the forum 😂😂


He seems to have gone again.  Well he is from Camross and they do seem to be cowardly

Not very wise posting peoples names on forums and social media and assuming its them

I am not Thomas Keyes

LOVEGAA - your comment on cowardly lol you hiding behind a forum, love to know what you have achieved on the field of play or where always the one shouting from a side line??

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Laois / Re: Club Hurling
« on: October 11, 2018, 12:17:45 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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lol im actually laughing away to myself here

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Laois / Re: Club Hurling
« on: October 11, 2018, 12:14:33 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

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Laois / Re: Club Hurling
« on: October 11, 2018, 12:13:26 PM »
Donít worry they will get their lesson in Leinster just like Mount Leinster Rangers gave them last year
Is it R/E or Camross that have Leinster club titles ? ;D All these negative anti camross comments will do nothing but drive them on, ye do know that??

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Laois / Re: Club Hurling
« on: October 11, 2018, 12:08:58 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

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Laois / Re: Club Hurling
« on: October 11, 2018, 12:02:14 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

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Laois / Re: Club Hurling
« on: October 11, 2018, 11:50:42 AM »
Ah come on you left out the best bit

. Camross are worthy champions

Sorry, couldn't take myself to write it

Begrudging success well done ye  ;D

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Laois / Re: Club Hurling
« on: October 11, 2018, 11:49:35 AM »
All that aside, who is a disgrace or who isn't,I'm not getting into a slagging match as everyone is entitled to an opinion on the incident, there has been far worse done on GAA fields up and down the country and that's a fact.

The carry on of the ref and R/E officials is the biggest disgrace. How ye can sit back and condone / brush aside what supposedly happened in the ref's dressing room at half time is unreal.

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Laois / Re: Club Hurling
« on: October 11, 2018, 11:38:58 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.


This !!

My god I've read some shite in my time but you get first prize all day long

So its ok then for officials from other clubs to do this when there own clubs are playing? The stats speak for themselves 12 to 1

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Laois / Re: Club Hurling
« on: October 11, 2018, 11:23:11 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.

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