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first_img Previous articleIn Pictures: Successful Portarlington GAA fundraiser brings new dressing rooms closerNext articleFirst Sod turned for Camross developments Alan HartnettStradbally native Alan Hartnett is a graduate of Knockbeg College who has worked in the local and national media since 2008. Alan has a BA in Economics, Politics and Law and an MA in Journalism from DCU. His happiest moment was when Jody Dillon scored THAT goal in the Laois senior football final in 2016. WhatsApp SEE ALSO – Here is the 2018 LaoisToday Senior A hurling Team of the Year Pinterest Twitter Charlie Flanagan on Electric Picnic: ‘I’d ask organisers to consult with community leaders’ WhatsApp Club secretary Mary Gavan said: “If there are Junior level clubs in your county who would be interested in this, please let them know.“There is no better opportunity to take a trip outside of Ireland, experience the delights of The Netherlands mixed in with a good day of GAA.“Playing 11-a-side on rugby sized pitches, teams will battle it out in a series of group matches with the strongest teams contesting for the semi-finals and finals.“As we had to cancel last year, Raheen’s GAA and Holland Ladies are hoping to defend their 2017 titles.““If clubs in Laois are interested in attending in 2019, please contact [email protected]“We will forward an information package with suggestions forhotels/hostels – and plans for the day/night shopping and of course sightseeing and generally getting around this beautiful city of Justice and Peace.” New Arles road opens but disquiet over who was invited to official opening Facebook Calling all junior football clubs in Laois – fancy taking part in a tournament in Holland next March?Den Haag GAA Club, from The Netherlands, present their 13th Annual Gaelic Football 11 a-side Invitational for ladies and gents clubs.The snow this year meant that all flights from Ireland and the UK were cancelled on the Friday before the competition was due to start. TAGSDen Haag GAALaois JFC Community center_img Home Sport GAA Laois Junior GAA clubs invited to take part in Holland tournament SportGAA Facebook This meant that organisers were left with no choice but to cancel the tournament – but they are hoping a repeat of the bad weather will not occur next year.Aimed at promoting GAA in Europe, The Hague (Den Haag – City of Peace and Justice) GAA club extends an invitation to all Junior level Ladies and Gent’s teams on the weekend of the March 2 2019. Council RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR By Alan Hartnett – 31st October 2018 Pinterest Community Laois Junior GAA clubs invited to take part in Holland tournament Twitter Laois secondary school announces scholarship winners for new academic yearlast_img read more

first_img GET THE BEST OF THE JAPAN TIMES The two players will sign a 10-day contract with the NFL teams until the Aug. 4 game.For Kawaguchi, a 178-cm, 103-kg linebacker, this will be his third NFL camp, having previously joined the Packers in 1998 and the Cowboys in 2000 in the build up to the American Bowl.Kawaguchi recorded 26 tackles, three defended passes and two special team tackles for NFLEL’s Amsterdam Admirals this spring.A 182-cm, 85.3-kg wideout, Amaya played for the World Bowl runnerup Rhein Fire this spring and marked five receptions for 21 yards.The 49ers take on the Redskins in the NFL Osaka 2002 at the Osaka Dome. Kickoff is scheduled for 11 a.m. Two Japanese players will see action in the San Francisco 49ers’ and Washington Redskins’ training camps next month and could be given a chance to play in the NFL Osaka 2002 on Aug. 4, NFL Japan announced Thursday.Masafumi Kawaguchi, a six-year NFL Europe League veteran, will take part in the 49ers’ training camp while Akihito Amaya will join the Redskins. Both camps are scheduled to start late July.center_img IN FIVE EASY PIECES WITH TAKE 5last_img read more

first_imgHEAD of the McDonald’s Boxing Group Alford McDonald has extended his gratitude to those international firms that contributed to the successful staging of the just-concluded inaugural Patrick Ford Memorial Amateur Championships.Speaking to Chronicle Sport of the championships, held at the National Gymnasium on Sunday night, McDonald, a former member of the Guyana Defence Force’s (GDF) boxing team said his support of this inaugural Patrick Ford tournament is his way of giving back to the sport.The former soldier/boxer, now a seafarer, working with an international shipping company, expressed his gratitude to Norma Freights Shipping Company of Puerto Rico, Turnball Sand, Challenger Trucking Service, Top Notch Trucking Service, Island Gas and Petro Gas of St Thomas, Ferrol Trucking Service and Water Spirits Services of St Croix for their financial support of the card.McDonald said he was approached by Guyana Boxing Association (GBA) president Steve Ninvalle last year to support the card since he (McDonald) was a former amateur boxer with connections that can go a long way in promoting amateur boxing in Guyana.McDonald said he immediately heeded the call for support since he is of the view that Guyana can secure its first-ever Olympic gold medal through amateur boxing.McDonald said he is very impressed with the performances of Guyana’s two Olympic prospects – Colin `Superman’ Lewis, Guyana and the Caribbean junior welterweight champion; and Guyana & Caribbean bantamweight champion Keevin Allicock – over the past two years and he is very confident the duo can do Guyana proud at the 2020 Olympic Games.McDonald said he will do all he can to ensure they get the much-needed exposure needed leading up to the 2020 Olympic Games.last_img