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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Ballyboden sub Aran Waters kicked what proved to be the winning point in the final minute of normal time but Portlaoise fashioned a routine free that would have drawn the sides level again only for Paul Cahillane to kick it high and wide.
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.
Christmas cheer will be hard to come by in Portlaoise as they reflect on chances that went awry, particularly Brian 'Bruno' McCormack's goal effort tha was tipped onto the post.
Fans in Portlaoise could even be forgiven for breaking into a chorus of 'there's only two Tommy Conroys'.
The company moved late last year to new high spec offices in the Technology Building on the IDA Business & Technology Park in Portlaoise.
He says he can no longer afford to pay for a house in St Bridget's Place in Portlaoise and alleged he will be homeless.
With seven Leinster titles, the last in 2009, Portlaoise stand top of the provincial roll of honour but the club can't hide their disappointment at experiencing just one success from their last eight forays into Leinster, having just won their ninth county title in a row.