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Jack Nolan: How has hurling in the county descended to such a low?

What was seen as a glorious opportunity for Laois hurlers to escape from the shadows, play in Croke Park, win a national competition, qualify for the All-Ireland championship proper and return to the Leinster championship in 2019 has turned into a shambles. It is nightmare of immense proportions as Eamonn Kelly’s charges have crashed to…


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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.