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« Reply #225 on: October 07, 2018, 09:29:57 PM »
Was it a strike with the hurl into the face? Roddy up in a Dublin hospital anyhow
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« Reply #226 on: October 07, 2018, 09:33:45 PM »
Was it a strike with the hurl into the face? Roddy up in a Dublin hospital anyhow

A deliberate strike to the face and a pull on helmet. Awful stuff
have seen a picture of injury and it's a shame to see this in sport.
Accidents happen in hurling but this was far from accidental.
seemingly linesman called for a red but ref deemed yellow sufficent

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« Reply #227 on: October 07, 2018, 09:43:34 PM »

The latest one doing the rounds is that if raheen parish gaels break up underage colt will take any young lad living in the clonad area as clonad are technically a portlaoise club while clonad area is in raheen parish. You couldnt make it up

This is surely a joke?! Colt, at underage, have practically nothing coming through.

thus why they would be looking to extend their catchment area and invade into clonads area, not the first club to do it

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Re: Club Hurling
« Reply #228 on: October 07, 2018, 10:04:01 PM »

The latest one doing the rounds is that if raheen parish gaels break up underage colt will take any young lad living in the clonad area as clonad are technically a portlaoise club while clonad area is in raheen parish. You couldnt make it up

This is surely a joke?! Colt, at underage, have practically nothing coming through.

Think some people are putting 2 and 2 together and getting 5

Clonad arenít looking to break up the RPG amalgamation for starters,the amalgamation at Juvenile in a lot of RPG teams is backboned by both Clonad mentors and hurlers and we have bought in fully,the fact that others havenít is a bit of a disappointment.

The reality is that we have approached the county board (the 3  other portlaoise parish clubs are fully aware of this) with  a proposal to get 2 national schools and Portlaoise College designated as Clonad schools,we feel would go somewhat towards providing a Hurling  option for children that isnít being provided for currently in Portlaoise parish,.We would hope to make use of the Portlaoise College facilities for training also.

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« Reply #229 on: October 07, 2018, 10:13:43 PM »
Was it a strike with the hurl into the face? Roddy up in a Dublin hospital anyhow
If Camross have any credibility, the player in question should not be seen on the field for the rest of the year at the very least. Doubt that will happen. I don't think type of stuff will be stamped out unless someone goes the legal route. We had an incident in the courts earlier in the year where the Judge was fairly candid on the GAA's attitude to violence.
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Re: Club Hurling
« Reply #230 on: October 07, 2018, 10:20:39 PM »


The reality is that we have approached the county board (the 3  other portlaoise parish clubs are fully aware of this) with  a proposal to get 2 national schools and Portlaoise College designated as Clonad schools,we feel would go somewhat towards providing a Hurling  option for children that isnít being provided for currently in Portlaoise parish,.We would hope to make use of the Portlaoise College facilities for training also.

Best of luck Clonad. Hopefully county board approves! Can you say which two national schools are involved?

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« Reply #231 on: October 07, 2018, 10:22:48 PM »
Was it a strike with the hurl into the face? Roddy up in a Dublin hospital anyhow
If Camross have any credibility, the player in question should not be seen on the field for the rest of the year at the very least. Doubt that will happen. I don't think type of stuff will be stamped out unless someone goes the legal route. We had an incident in the courts earlier in the year where the Judge was fairly candid on the GAA's attitude to violence.

the problem is that Camross will see nothing wrong with this.

When the ref overrules the linesman who was right in front of it you have to question the ref without a doubt

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« Reply #232 on: October 07, 2018, 10:23:25 PM »
I was standing on the far side of the pitch and I could see it from there. How 3 officials standing not more than 10 meters away canít get it right is beyond me. Up to that point, RE were by far the better team.

History will show that Camross were champions in 2018 but itís a shallow victory. They have a long history of producing tough men up there but that ladís definitely not one of them.

I wish Roddy a speedy recovery.


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Re: Club Hurling
« Reply #233 on: October 07, 2018, 10:32:14 PM »


The reality is that we have approached the county board (the 3  other portlaoise parish clubs are fully aware of this) with  a proposal to get 2 national schools and Portlaoise College designated as Clonad schools,we feel would go somewhat towards providing a Hurling  option for children that isnít being provided for currently in Portlaoise parish,.We would hope to make use of the Portlaoise College facilities for training also.

Best of luck Clonad. Hopefully county board approves! Can you say which two national schools are involved?

Not at the minute,but they would be 2 schools which would have very low participation rates as regards the GAA,Dwayne

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« Reply #234 on: October 07, 2018, 10:45:49 PM »
Was it a strike with the hurl into the face? Roddy up in a Dublin hospital anyhow
If Camross have any credibility, the player in question should not be seen on the field for the rest of the year at the very least. Doubt that will happen. I don't think type of stuff will be stamped out unless someone goes the legal route. We had an incident in the courts earlier in the year where the Judge was fairly candid on the GAA's attitude to violence.

the problem is that Camross will see nothing wrong with this.

When the ref overrules the linesman who was right in front of it you have to question the ref without a doubt
there will be no action against the Camross player or club for what is another underhand deliberate incident involving a player from that club what sickened me most was the way the Camross mentors /management were praising and the player involved, for years this club has got away with this type of dirt within this county. referees for some reason turn a blind eye even after the linesman brought the incident to the attention of the referee he still decided that this is acceptable from camross players and yet any similar incident from any other club would result in  a straight red card and rightly so.

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Re: Club Hurling
« Reply #235 on: October 07, 2018, 11:04:56 PM »
Not a mention of it on the Laois Gaa video of it.
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« Reply #236 on: October 07, 2018, 11:05:57 PM »
Well maybe in this case Ross King might think of taking a case against the player himself. He would be well justified to do so.
I most certainly wouldn't have pride in my club if this was the carry on.
All I see over Facebook is horror. No quibble from RE about anything only this incident

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« Reply #237 on: October 07, 2018, 11:17:45 PM »
Not a mention of it on the Laois Gaa video of it.
Sweep it under the carpet, never let on it happened, referees are above criticism same old story year after year and yet players are expected to come together and give their all for the county Shame on Laois hurling again.
what was going on off the ball all during the match in front of 7 rules officials and at times brought to the attention of the referee was what we expect to come to see from Camross and the continued blind eye shown to the thuggery from this club is the norm. almost every other Club in the county would be severely punished with red cards and more.
P.G. Ross will make a good recovery and will still have the appetite to hurl for Laois where hopefully the type of incident that led to his injury will not see favor from proper officialdom.

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« Reply #238 on: October 07, 2018, 11:33:15 PM »
Was at the match.  If anything it was a very subdued affair.  Was right in front of the incident and was handbags at best but obviously Ross got a very unwarranted belt. Camross started sluggishly but were worthy winners playing against the breeze in the second half.
Refereeing standard was very low and no real flow to the game.

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« Reply #239 on: October 07, 2018, 11:40:48 PM »
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Was at the match.  If anything it was a very subdued affair.  Was right in front of the incident and was handbags at best but obviously Ross got a very unwarranted belt. Camross started sluggishly but were worthy winners playing against the breeze in the second half.
Refereeing standard was very low and no real flow to the game.
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Handbags?  Plain thuggery and nothing to do with hurling