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Our guide to What’s On at the Weekend

The 2 Johnnies are taking on Laois this weekend!

It’s been a week of cancellations, re-schedules and calling offs. But if you’re suffering from cabin fever there still are events going on over the weekend to spark a bit of interest, even if you do have to wrap up well for them.

Here is our list of What’s On at the Weekend. The events are subject to rescheduling and we will keep you updated about what is going on as the weekend progresses.


The 2 Johnnies come to Laois

The two Johnnies in the Midlands Park Hotel

Gracefield table quiz

Gracefield GAA are holding a table quiz in the Hawthorn Bar at 9pm.


Family Fun Day in Ballacolla

There is a Family Fun Day in Ballacolla community hall this Saturday at 2pm. New boucning castles and obstacle courses from Slieve Bloom Castles & Marquees will be there on the day.

Cabaret in Borris-in-Ossory

Borris-in-Ossory defibrillator group are holding a cabaret in Rose O’Grady’s at 9.30pm. Music will be performed by the Dooley brothers and there will be a raffle on the night.

Camross Parish Social 

The March parish social takes place tonight with the return of Tipp FM’s Fran Currie and singing partner Muriel O’Connor. Doors open at 9pm.


Charity 5k in Killenard

St Michael’s Athletic club are hosting their charity 5k starting from the Heritage Killenard at 11am. Funds go to Portarlington Senior Citizens.

Coffee morning in Rosenallis

John and Claire Hartnett are again hosting a coffee morning in aid of the Irish Cancer Society from 10am until 3pm.

Laois out in action 

It is a busy weekend on the intercounty scene.

Laois camogie take on Kilkenny in Division 2 of the national league.
Laois footballers are out against Antrim in O’Moore Park at 12.30pm and the Laois hurlers take on Dublin afterwards at 2.30pm.
Laois Ladies footballers play Sligo at 2pm.

SEE ALSO – Laois GAA announce fixtures, draws and meetings CANCELLED

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Siún Lennon joined LaoisToday in a full-time capacity after studying Journalism and New Media in the University of Limerick. She hails from Rosenallis and her interests vary from news, sports and politics.