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Jack Nolan: What a satisfying weekend for Laois hurling

Seán Downey in action for Laois against Meath in the Leinster SHC in Navan on Sunday

How satisfying to sit down first thing Monday and write about a double Laois hurling success after a hugely satisfying weekend. Our minors and seniors both qualified for the championship proper knockout stages after successive victories over emerging Meath after top class team displays allied to superb individual performances. Ok, technically the seniors are not…

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Jack Nolan is well-known GAA pundit having reported and commentated on games since 1972. This year he is celebrating 35 years in business in Portlaoise starting out with a small shoe repair shop and progressing to become the first locksmith in the county. He was recently elected Chairman of the Irish Locksmiths Organisation.