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Laois GAA and camogie clubs called to enter Poc Fada county final

Former Laois goalkeeper and Poc Fada representative Eoin Reilly

The county finals of the Poc Fada competition will take place on Thursday 27 June.

Dunmore woods in Durrow will host the finals which are spread out across four competitions.

The event will start at 7.30pm, and all participants are asked to be there for 7.15pm.

Poc Fada is Irish for “long puck”. An All-Ireland Poc Fada Championship which is held annually testing the skills of many of the top Hurling and Camogie players.

There will be four competitions to complete on the night of the Laois event:

  • U16 girls
  • U16 boys
  • Senior ladies
  • Senior men

Each club is asked to send a participant on the night and food and refreshments will be provided after the event.

In other skills news, Tara Lowry of Camross camogie club represented Laois at the Leinster Feile Skills in Clara, Kilkenny at the weekend.

Tara gave a great performance and came fifth overall.

Tara Lowry at the Leinster Feile Skills competition

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