Mountmellick (@1.5) vs Clonaslee St Manmans (@2.87)
13-09-2019

Our Prediction:

Mountmellick will win

Mountmellick – Clonaslee St Manmans Match Prediction | 13-09-2019 15:00

They also came very close to winning both intermediate titles in one year (1967), winning the hurling and losing the football to Arles in a replay. Mountmellick are the only Laois club to have won both Junior titles in the one year (1941). Mountmellick has also won the Laois Intermediate Hurling Championship on one occasion in 1967 with five wins in the Laois Junior Hurling Championship also to their credit.

The highest points are Arderin (527 m) at the southwestern end of the range and Baunreaghcong (511 m) at the end of the Ridge of Capard. While not very high, they are extensive by local standards. Situated close to the geographical centre of Ireland, the Slieve Bloom Mountains (Sliabh Bladhma in Irish) rise from the central plain of Ireland to a height of 527 metres.

County Players[edit]

It has a Church, a National School, a Shop/Post Office and two public houses. When Offaly won the 1998 All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship the goalkeeper on the team was Stephen Byrne from the club. It also has a small GAA club called Kilcormac-Killoughey. Mountbolus is a small village in the parish of Killoughey situated at the foot of the Slieve Bloom Mountains in County Offaly, Ireland.

The club colours are green and white. Ballyfin GAA is a Gaelic Athletic Association hurling and gaelic football club located in the village of Ballyfin in County Laois, Ireland. The club grounds are at Cappinrush, beside Ballyfin's Roman Catholic church. The current Laois senior hurling players Sean Lowry, John Joe McHugh and Dermot McGill are members of the club as is Oliver Phelan who managed Laois to their 1996 All-Ireland Minor Football Championship.

Wicklow: Sean ONeill Eire Og, Mark Evans St.

Relegation Playoff[edit]

Subs/Panel: Daniel Silke Featherson Blessington, JP Nolan An Tochar, Hugh OToole Baltinglass, Cormac McGraynor Avondale, Cian Timmons An Tochar, Andrew Nolan An Tochar, Oisin Morrissey Michael Dwyers, Rory ODare Tinahely, Shane Arthur Derry Gaels, Sean Harmon Michael Dwyers, Ryan Kavanagh St Patricks, Conor Murphy Bray Emmet, Ewan Cultbert Rathnew, Patrick Murphy Tinahely, Stephen Connolly Baltinglass, Sam Bishop Ashford, Oisin Gorman Tinahely, Brandon Hanlon AGB, Calum Mutton Tinahely, Mickey OToole Blessington, Ryan Delamere An Tochar, Conor Byrne Derry Gaels, Niall Sheehan An Tochar, Kevin Leonard Barndarrig, Neil OGalloighoir Blessington .

They have also played in 3 Leinster Senior Club Hurling Championship finals but lost all 3. At underage level the club amalgamates with Slieve Bloom GAA club. Castletown GAA is a Gaelic Athletic Association hurling club in County Laois, Ireland. The club colours are blue and white. Now known as Naomh Eamann. The current Castletown club was founded in 1974 and has won a total of 8 Laois Senior Hurling Championship titles since 1995.

The name means "way meadow", the way referred to having once been an important cross-country route. This is said to be the origin of the name Cluain na Sl, or Clonaslee. The Sl Dla is an ancient road, thought to lead to Tara, which passes through this area. located some 100 km west of Dublin. Clonaslee (Irish: Cluain na Sl) is a village in north County Laois, Ireland, situated in the foothills of the Slieve Bloom Mountains on the R422 Mountmellick to Birr road.

References[edit]

It was formerly known as Queen's County. Laois County Council is the local authority for the county. The population of the county is 80,559 according to the 2011 census - 20% higher than it was in the 2006 census which is the highest percentage population growth in the country. County Laois is a county in Ireland. It is part of the Midlands Region and is also located in the province of Leinster.

The two main villages in the Killoughy end of the Parish are Blue Ball and Mount Bolus. The two parishes were united in 1784 and today form one parish of Kilcormac and Killoughy of the diocese of Meath. Before 1784 there were two distinct parishes of Killoughey and Ballyboy. Killoughey, officially Killoughy and historically "Killaghy" or "Killahy" (Irish: Cill Achaidh, meaning "church of the field"), is the name of a townland and civil parish south-west of Tullamore in County Offaly, Ireland.

The village primary school is endeavouring to determine numbers for the school year 2013 2014. Actual forms will be given later in year. It is imperative that parents of all Junior infants for September 2013 contact the school in writing over the next few weeks. Please give details of childs name, address, date of birth and PPS number and your own contact number.

Championship Honours[edit]

Its the 2013 Gathering in Clonaslee Community Centre on Friday April 26 for women from far and near. Contact Dolores Murray 087-414-8093 or Annette Doolan 087-988-1046 for more details. Dine and dance the night away to Rock on Paddy. Dinner served at 8 pm sharp. Over 18s. Admission by ticket only. Have you got your ticket yet for the party night?