Portlaoise


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Portlaoise

a town in central Republic of Ireland, county town of Laois: site of a top-security prison. Pop.: 12 127 (2002)
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Both Westmeath and Meath are against the idea of travelling to Portlaoise to play the final, with the Royals even threatening to boycott the game this week.
30pm - leaving the centre-back less than 18 hours to prepare himself for today's 2pm start in Portlaoise.
A post-mortem examination is expected to be carried out in Dublin today on human remains found yesterday at Dysart, Portlaoise, which are believed to be those of plastering contractor Thomas (Tommy) Thompson, 59.
Investigations focused on a road in Co Laois between Portlaoise and the nearby village of Stradbally.
Four men were arrested and taken to Portlaoise Garda Station, where they are being held under Section 2 of the Criminal Justice Act.
Ward was returned to Portlaoise in Co Laois, 50 miles from Dublin, in a high-security road convoy after today's reserved judgment was delivered.
Fans in Portlaoise could even be forgiven for breaking into a chorus of 'there's only two Tommy Conroys'.
The friends were on their way into Portlaoise to have a farewell party for Ray Cuddy who was flying out to Spain on his holidays.
Portlaoise looked the more likely winners for the majority having finished the first half strongly to lead 0-9 to 0-7 at the break.
PORTLAOISE manager Malachy McNulty gives a simple insight into why the club is repeatedly involved year after year as winter closes in.
He controls everything at Portlaoise, nothing gets past him.
PORTLAOISE made a winning return to the AIB Leinster SFC for the first time in two years, with a hard earned win over Rhode in Bord na Mona O'Connor Park yesterday.