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#Laois

# laois-football - Saturday 16 March, 2019

Down on verge of immediate return to Division 2, while Laois take big leap

Here’s how the action went in Division 3 today.

# laois-football - Friday 25 January, 2019

9 of Tyrone's All-Ireland final team named to start for Sunday's league opener against Kerry

Laois boss John Sugrue has also unveiled his side to face Down tomorrow night.

# laois-football - Wednesday 16 January, 2019

'You could see the young lads perking up': Laois v Louth league clash moved to Croke Park

Laois to lose home advantage for the Division 3 clash for breaching ‘club-only’ training rules.

# laois-football - Thursday 20 December, 2018

Man of the match for Coney on Tyrone return as young star Canavan makes scoring debut

Tyrone saw off Derry by nine points tonight in the Dr McKenna Cup.

Kildare, Laois, Wexford and Derry unveil starting sides for pre-Christmas football clashes

There’s action tonight in the O’Byrne Cup and Dr McKenna Cup.

# laois-football - Sunday 9 December, 2018

Takeaways from the opening night of Gaelic football's experimental rule changes

It’s still early days, but the signs are positive after last night’s O’Byrne Cup opener between Meath and Laois.

# laois-football - Saturday 8 December, 2018

Positive start for Gaelic football's new rules in Meath's 14-point win over Laois

The Royals were easy winners over Laois in round 1 of the O’Byrne Cup tonight.

# laois-football - Thursday 15 November, 2018

'This to my mind continues the trend in seriously questionable stories as well as legal jargon being used in the GAA'

Laois boss John Sugrue has come out against the sanction brought down on their squad.

# laois-football - Sunday 8 July, 2018

Monaghan withstand late Laois rally to book their place in Super 8s

Conor McManus scored five points as his side safely advanced in Navan.

# laois-football - Saturday 7 July, 2018

Five-star Meath produce clinical performance to advance to Leinster MFC final

The Royals were in rampant form to sweep past Laois this afternoon.

# laois-football - Sunday 24 June, 2018

Dublin blow Laois away with 18-point victory to land record 8th Leinster crown in-a-row

Ciaran Kilkenny bagged 1-4 for the champions.

# laois-football - Friday 22 June, 2018

Strong in for injured skipper Attride as Laois unveil team for Leinster final

Laois captain Stephen Attride suffered a double skull fracture in the semi-final win over Carlow.

Laois boss Sugrue following in the footsteps of Kerry giants Micko and Páidí

John Sugrue has guided Laois to Sunday’s Leinster football final.

# laois-football - Wednesday 20 June, 2018

'That was a gut-wrenching experience before I left' - aiming to make Leinster final mark after 13-year wait

Laois player Colm Begley is relishing the prospect of Sunday’s Leinster final.

# laois-football - Tuesday 19 June, 2018

Working at Liverpool and Sunderland, a return to Ireland and facing Dublin in a first Leinster final

Next Sunday is an occasion to savour for Portlaoise native Brian Glynn.

# laois-football - Wednesday 13 June, 2018

'One of the bravest things I've seen on a football field' - Laois captain on the mend from double skull fracture

Stephen Attride suffered the serious injury towards the end of Sunday’s clash in Croke Park.

# laois-football - Monday 11 June, 2018

'It's a fitting tribute to his Dad that he came out and finished the game for us today'

Laois manager John Sugrue heaped praise on young forward Evan O’Carroll who played a key role despite losing his father during the week.

Laois captain Attride ruled out of Leinster final after suffering horror double skull fracture

Stephen Attride is facing a long spell on the sidelines.

# laois-football - Sunday 10 June, 2018

Laois survive stern Carlow challenge to book first Leinster final in 11 years

John Sugrue’s side registered their third win over Carlow this season.

# laois-football - Monday 4 June, 2018

Victory for Carlow in 8-goal thriller, Laois win narrowly at home and plenty goals as Wexford defeat Longford

More round-robin games played in the province this afternoon.

# laois-football - Saturday 26 May, 2018

Wins for Kilkenny, Kildare and Carlow in Leinster MHC

Three games took place in the competition on Friday evening.

# laois-football - Saturday 12 May, 2018

Last-gasp Laois get out of jail to win extra-time thriller against Wexford

Visitors dodge first-round exit to set up quarter-final against Westmeath.

# laois-football - Thursday 10 May, 2018

Playing in county title wins in Kerry, coaching Kingdom football legends and managing the Laois senior side

The next chapter in John Sugrue’s GAA life begins on Saturday.

Laois make 4 changes for Wexford clash and Munnelly set to start in Leinster opener 15 years after title win

New Laois manager John Sugrue takes his team to the south-east on Saturday evening.

# laois-football - Thursday 3 May, 2018

Laois football boss on Walsh's controversial tweet and O'Reilly recovery from attack

Laois are getting set for their Leinster opener against Wexford on 12 May.

# laois-football - Saturday 10 February, 2018

Wins for Laois and Carlow as they maintain strong start in push for promotion from Division 4

Carlow saw off Leitrim tonight while Laois defeated Waterford.

# laois-football - Tuesday 9 January, 2018

Laois county board propose formation of second GAA club in Portlaoise

The additional club would cater for underage teams only.

# laois-football - Wednesday 27 September, 2017

Kerry native confirmed as the new Laois senior football manager

John Sugrue trained South Kerry to win the 2015 county senior football title.

# laois-football - Friday 22 September, 2017

Zach Tuohy and Geelong fail to make AFL Grand Final after crushing defeat to Adelaide

The Portlaoise native was one game away from becoming the first Irishman to make the showpiece game of Australian Rules since Tadhg Kennelly in 2006.

# laois-football - Tuesday 29 August, 2017

New senior football manager jobs for Kerry duo with Leinster counties

John Evans has been ratified in Wicklow while John Sugrue is set for the Laois job.

# laois-football - Tuesday 1 August, 2017

'I felt everybody got made a laughing stock of – management, backroom and the players'

Strength and conditioning coach Noel Flynn has spoken out following Peter Creedon’s departure as Laois senior football manager.

# laois-football - Friday 30 June, 2017

Peter Creedon names unchanged Laois side for qualifier clash against Clare

The Banner have also named their team.

# laois-football - Sunday 4 June, 2017

Kildare hammer Laois to march on in Leinster

The Lilywhites had 14 points to spare over their near neighbours today.

# laois-football - Friday 2 June, 2017

3 new forwards in Kildare team after league final defeat to Galway as Laois keep the faith

The sides face off in Tullamore on Sunday.

# laois-football - Sunday 21 May, 2017

Relegated in April, Laois riding high in May thanks to big victory over Longford

Laois had 11 points to spare as they swatted aside Longford.

# laois-football - Saturday 20 May, 2017

Kildare minors stay on course for third straight Leinster crown with come from behind win over Laois

Louth enjoyed a narrow victory against Offaly.

# laois-football - Friday 19 May, 2017

Kingston and O'Loughlin lead strong Laois team to play Longford

Peter Creedon’s men were relegated to Division 4 in the spring.

Dublin, Laois and Kildare all make changes with Leinster minor semi-final spots on the line

The quarter-final clashes take place this weekend.

# laois-football - Friday 21 April, 2017

Dublin, Kildare and Laois unveil starting sides for Leinster minor football openers

The provincial clashes take place tomorrow.

# laois-football - Saturday 25 March, 2017

Armagh account for Saffrons to go top, while Laois win to keep survival hopes intact

Donie Kingston’s nine-point haul helped Laois to victory.

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