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The Week That Was: The Top 10 stories of the past seven days

1 – Outrage as ‘tyres, nappies and stale pizza’ dumped outside Laois village

There was a disgusting incident of dumping in Laois last weekend.

2 – Eight Talking Points as the Laois footballers claim stunning Armagh win

A great win for the footballers!

3 – In Pictures: A fantastic night at the Clonaslee OsKaRs

Some stunning pictures from this night.

4 – Mass of Remembrance to be held for Laois woman who passed away in England

A Mass of Remembrance was held in honour of Laois woman Marie Pestel who passed away in England at the end of last year.

5 – In Pictures: Colt GAA celebrate success at awards night 

A great night was had as Colt GAA celebrated their Division 5 hurling success.

6 – ‘Disruptive weather’ predicted as Storm Ciara set to hit Laois this weekend

A storm is brewing and is set to hit Laois this weekend.

7 – Two neighbouring GAA clubs join forces to form new underage amalgamation

Neighbouring Laois clubs Ballinakill and Ballypickas have joined forces for the 2020 GAA season at juvenile level.

8 – In Pictures: Laois Early Years educators out in force as protest in Dublin gets underway

There was a strong Laois representation at the Early Years protest in Dublin as creche and playschool owners and staff from around the country took part in a march.

9 – In Pictures: Ballyfin GAA Run a huge success

Ballyfin GAA hosted their immensely popular annual run/walk around the grounds of the Ballyfin Demesne last Sunday.

10 – Death occurs of Fr Jack Walsh, former parish priest of Emo-Rath

The death has occurred of Fr Jack Walsh, the former parish priest of Emo-Rath. He was aged in his early 90s.

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Megan is currently studying English and New Media at the University of Limerick. A Raheen native, she's happiest when talking sport, especially soccer but just don't mention the 2019 champions league final