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The Week that Was: The top 10 stories of the past seven days

We look at back at our most viewed stories over the past seven days.

  1. Pregnant with quadruplets: Laois mother-to-be reveals shock and excitement ahead of four little arrivals

Ciara and Shane Flynn are expect not one or two, but four little arrivals!

2. Deep sadness as six year old Laois boy passes away

Tributes were paid to Shane Brophy, whose ultimely death happened earlier this week

3. 15 potential candidates for the vacant Laois football manager’s job

Earlier this week, John Sugrue stepped down as Laois football manager  Here we profile 15 candidates that could be in the mix for the position.

4. Sadness in Camross at the passing of Michael Moore 

The Camross area mourned the death of Micheál Moore, a hugely well-liked and respected member of the local community.

5. Behind every good man … is a Laois woman, ask Shane Lowry

The secret ingredient of super star golfer Shane Lowry’s success was revealed at a Municipal District meeting in Laois.

6. LIVE BLOG: Follow all the action from tonight’s SFC Round 1 double-header

There was plenty of interest as Portarlington saw off The Heath and O’Dempsey’s overcame St Joseph’s on Saturday night

7. Five red cards as The Rock see off St Joseph’s in Round 1 of the IFC

There was also plenty of interest in this game involving The Rock and St Joseph’s, where five red cards were handed out

8. As the Laois football championships get underway this week, we rank the top 30 teams in the county

We felt it was timely to have a look at the LaoisToday club rankings once again.

9. Our first football Team of The Week of 2019 following opening round of championship

The football championship has resumed and you know what that means – it is our first installment of the Team of The Week for 2019

10. In Pictures: An evening of style at the Knockbeg College debs

Knockbeg gained plenty of traction as they rocked up to the Debs event in style this week

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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.