What is small can often be mighty, as Killadooley NS have certainly proved with their elation over the Laois senior hurlers reaching the Joe McDonagh final.
The Ballybrophy school pulled out all the stops to show their support for their county playing in Croke Park this weekend.
Hurling and camogie is a subject that is often talked about and played in Killadooley NS, and the school has a proud history of the sport in the school.
Indeed this year they won the Cumann na mBunscol Roinn 2 camogie final, with nine goals from Amy Daly sealing the deal for the green and yellow.
For those pupils too young to take part in Cumann na mBunscol, they play bean ball, which is a programme designed to develop hurling skills with young children.
Killadooley rolled out a royal welcome for LaoisToday and showed us all of their brilliant Laois gear, as well as some amazing posters on display.
You can see pictures from the day below: