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Gaelic for mothers and others on the rise in Portlaoise

The Laois Ladies senior footballer championship has been delayed following an appeal

The Gaelic for mothers and others (g4mo) has been going from strength to strength in since it began in Portlaoise a number of months ago with the first match due to take place on Friday night. Close to forty members have signed up for the programme, despite it only starting up earlier this year. The…

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