Laois Twitter really outperformed itself this week, and we have all the best and brightest Tweets coming to you in our weekly round-up.
Admittedly, most of the Tweets are football-orientated, but after Laois’s won the Leinster semi-final last weekend – that was what all our Twitter feeds were consumed by.
Here’s our Tweets of the Week.
Graham Brody with the Delaney Cup this time two weeks https://t.co/bwX116PYGQ
— Paul Cotter (@pcotts6) June 12, 2018
Omg imagine a Laois version of Love Island? Now that would be quality tv ??
— Cathal O’Sullivan (@mista_osullivan) June 12, 2018
Laois v Dublin final. You heard it here first ? pic.twitter.com/TOISGIQg5w
— Robbie Cannon (@RobbieCannon) October 19, 2017
The Laois S&C had faith long before there was ever any talk of a Leinster final
Great to see the captain smiling after 25 stitches, a double skull fracture and concussion. As brave as they come Steven Attride pic.twitter.com/JU5QBwXtPA
— Jack Nolan Locksmith (@NolanInfo) June 11, 2018
The Laois captain’s heroics certainly made an impression on Twitter
Colm O’Rourke once said that God sent Stephen Cluxton to the earth to revolutionise the goalkeeping position – Graham Brody responded saying he doesn’t remember sending anybody
— Turk (@TurkeyMac4) June 12, 2018
Avid Graham Brody fans are taking up our Twitter feed this week!
Evan O’Carroll, who sadly lost his dad this week, kicks the last point as Laois reach the Leinster Final. Lovely moment
— Will O’Callaghan (@willocallaghan) June 10, 2018
The most Laoie thing ever is the fact our only chant is LAOIS LAOIS LAOIS LAOIS LAOIS over and over until someone passes out
— Sey (@Seylaviee) June 10, 2018
Beautiful in its own way
Great idea from teachers & staff at our Kiladooley National School – Active Homework! Active Kids! ☀????☀???? pic.twitter.com/psdhrjLT03
— Borris Kilcotton Gaa (@BorrisKilcotton) June 6, 2018
Sounds like an idea every school could get behind
Underperformed today as a team!! Good luck to @CLGLaois
Wishing Stevie Attride a speedy recovery!! Class from Evan O Carroll also!! Fair play ?
— Seán Gannon (@CannonGannon9) June 10, 2018
Not a tweet from a Laois native but a touch of class from Carlow player Seán Gannon
— Colm Parkinson (@Woolberto) June 9, 2018
Bring the good stick lad pic.twitter.com/uWrNM5ODxH
— Tomás Doyle (@TomasDoyle1) June 11, 2018
Out to bate Carlow!