The Limerick hurlers got their hands on their Celtic Cross souvenirs last night...
Gary Walsh has been left out of the Laois football panel for the coming season.
"We seem to just bow down to certain pundits."
Trailing by a point at half-time, Carlow produced a dominant second half performance to overwhelm Laois in Round 2 of the Walsh Cup at O'Moore Park.
The Laois team named to face Carlow in the Walsh Cup today shows five changes from last weekend's 2-16 to 1-16 defeat of Offaly.
Three of today's second round clashes in the O'Byrne Cup have been called off due to weather inclement.
Experienced Laois defender Darren Strong has announced his retirement from inter-county football - just six days after lining out against Meath in the O'Byrne Cup.
Tomorrow's O'Byrne Cup tie between Wexford and Laois has been switched from New Ross to Enniscorthy.
Laois midfielder Kevin Meaney has made a U-turn on his decision to retire from inter-county football.
Wexford have revealed their starting line-up for Saturday afternoon's second round O'Byrne Cup clash against Laois in New Ross.
Former Laois senior hurling captain Ross King has informed manager Eddie Brennan that he will be stepping away from the panel.
The GAA and the Ombudsman for Children's Office today launched a collaborative Rights Awareness Resource at Croke Park.
Laois manager Eddie Brennan insists that they need to get as much work done as possible before the start of the NHL.
A proposed amalgamation between two Laois senior hurling clubs will not go ahead after one of the sides concerned voted against it.
Mullinalaghta are in dreamland...
"I just said 'I'll hit it as hard as I can and if he saves it, fair play to him."
There was a mixed reaction from inter-county football managers to the experimental rules which were implemented for the first time in the weekend's O'Byrne Cup fixtures.
Eddie Brennan's first competitive game in charge of the Laois senior hurlers resulted in a 2-16 to 1-16 Walsh Cup victory over neighbours Offaly in Birr today.
We zoned in on five games this afternoon, including the 2018 Leinster Club SFC final meeting of mighty Mullinalaghta and Kilmacud Crokes.
The highlight of tonight's O'Byrne Cup first round encounter between Laois and Meath in O'Moore Park was undoubtedly the return of Danny O'Reilly to action.
The experimental rule changes took a bit of getting used to as holders Meath opened their O'Byrne Cup campaign with an emphatic victory over Laois in horrendous conditions at O'Moore Park tonight.
New Laois hurling manager Eddie Brennan will hand first competitive starts to Andrew Mortimer, Mark Dowling and Aaron Bergin in tomorrow's Walsh Cup opener against Offaly in Birr.
Meath boss Andy McEntee has included five debutants in his starting 15 to face Laois in the O'Byrne Cup at O'Moore Park this evening.
Laois have named three debutants in their side for Saturday's SF season opener at O'Moore Park.
As Laois prepare to commence their O'Byrne Cup campaign, John Sugrue says they are "back at square one".
New Laois hurling manager Eddie Brennan isn't a fan of winter hurling.
Graigue-Ballycallan inflicted an eight-point defeat on Portlaoise in Saturday's Leinster Club IHC final but victorious captain Darragh Egan insists they were made to work hard by the O'Moore County men.
Ballyhale Shamrocks proved too strong for Ballyboden in the Leinster Club SHC decider while Gaoth Dobhair shaded a dramatic Ulster Club SFC decider in Omagh...
"These moments are just unbelievable. To share it with the lads, the family and friends, it will live with us forever."
The Leinster club SHC and Ulster club SFC finals were the main attraction today.
Eddie Brennan scored 1-1 as Graigue-Ballycallan proved too strong for Portlaoise in the Leinster club IHC final at Nowlan Park.
Former Birr and Offaly hurler Donal Franks has been appointed manager of the Laois intermediate camogie team.
The 2019 O'Byrne Cup gets underway next weekend with four first round games taking place.
Laois footballer Ross Munnelly wants to spread the GAA Gospel around the globe when he retires from playing.
Colm Begley is confident that a second tier football championship will receive the green light.
A 'County Kit Clearout' fundraising campaign has been set up to support Pieta House.
Laois manager Eddie Brennan will be putting his inter-county thoughts to one side for an hour on Saturday as he focuses on his club Graigue-Ballycallan's Leinster IHC final against Portlaoise.
Leinster Council CEO Michael Reynolds has defended the provincial body's decision to host its pre-season competitions early next month.