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Portlaoise AFC struck by vandalism yet again as fire brigade attends ‘infuriating’ attacks

Portlaoise AFC struck by vandalism yet again as fire brigade attends ‘infuriating’ attacks

first_img Portlaoise AFC struck by vandalism yet again as fire brigade attends ‘infuriating’ attacks Facebook Home News Crime Portlaoise AFC struck by vandalism yet again as fire brigade attends ‘infuriating’… NewsCrime Charlie Flanagan on Electric Picnic: ‘I’d ask organisers to consult with community leaders’ Pinterest By Siun Lennon – 13th August 2018 WhatsApp Previous articleLaois teen Nicole ready to rock European swimming championshipsNext articleAll of this week’s Laois GAA fixtures as Round 3 of hurling championships take centre stage Siun Lennonhttp://heresosiun.blogspot.ie/2016/09/the-lekkie-piccie-experience.htmlSiún 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. Facebook Anyone with any information on the most recent case of vandalism at the club can contact Chris on 085 238 3644.SEE ALSO – Draw made for Round 3 and relegation semi-finals in Laois SFC TAGSPortlaoise AFCVandalism Five Laois monuments to receive almost €200,000 in government funding center_img Pinterest RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Portlaoise AFC Lawnmower A tremendously successful and enjoyable weekend at Rossleighan soccer grounds has been marred by the careless act of vandals on Sunday evening.On Sunday night, the fire brigade attended the scene where a landmower was burnt out on Portlaoise AFC’s grounds.The incident happened just after the club held a huge U-13 soccer tournament, with 32 teams from 12 different counties taking part in the now-annual event.Chairman of the Midlands Schoolboys Football League and lifelong member of Portlaoise AFC Chris Nestor said, “After a great weekend of soccer and hard work in Rossleighan I am sorry to have to report that the lawnmower has been burned out on our grounds this evening. The fire bridage are now in attendance.”Not the first case of vandalism at the groundsUnfortunately, this is not the first case of senseless damages Portlaoise AFC has had to deal with.In April of this year, the club was the victim of a break-in. In the previous attack, windows and locks were broken, locks broken and the dressing rooms were, ‘turned upside down’.The attack came just a short few hours after the club’s senior team enjoyed a massive win in the Leinster Senior League.A post on the club’s Facebook page called the whole ordeal ‘infuriating’. Twitter Rugby Ten Laois based players named on Leinster rugby U-18 girls squad Twitter Community WhatsApp Community last_img read more

Woodenbridge Community Alert AGM extremely well attended

Woodenbridge Community Alert AGM extremely well attended

first_img GAA RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR By LaoisToday Reporter – 14th December 2019 Facebook Woodenbridge AGM Woodenbridge Community Alert held their Annual General Meeting on Monday 9th December in Newtown Mill.The large attendance included Crime Prevention Officer Graham Kavanagh, Garda Declan Quinlan, Des Johnson from Helplink South (SAS), Cllr’s Conor Bergin and Ollie Clooney.Des Johnson gave a presentation on monitored alarms and explained the monitoring and installation service his company provides.Monitored alarms and carbon monoxide alarms are available free through the Senior Alert Scheme (SAS) and can be applied for through Woodenbridge Community Alert by contacting Michael G Phelan on 0872395357.Garda Declan Quinlan spoke on local issues urging all to continue the good work by engaging with the text alert service.Crime prevention officer Graham Kavanagh gave an update on the current position regarding Community CCTV Projects.On the local CCTV project the meeting heard that the Woodenbridge Community Alert reps along with members of the local Garda Division traveled to the Crime Prevention unit in Harcourt Square Dublin on November 21 where they gave a presentation before the Garda Commissioners Committee on plans to install CCTV in the area.As a result of this meeting this Committee have recommended the Woodenbridge project for approval.Cllr Conor Bergin who represented Minister Charlie Flanagan gave an update on the availability of funding for Community CCTV from the Department of Justice.Other issues raised included the upcoming launch on March 1 2020 of the Wheelchair Boat by the Woodenbridge Paddlers and the Erkina Blueway Project.Congratulations were extended to Jim Ryan on his achievement in winning the All Ireland at the 2019 National Ploughing Championship to mark this success the Woodenbridge Paddlers & Community Alert will hold a celebration evening in Kirwan’s Ballacolla on Saturday December 28 starting at 5.00pm where all are invited.In concluding the meeting Chairman Michael G Phelan thanked all for attending in particular Catherine and Paul Ryan for the use of Newtown Mill.The meeting concluded with refreshments for all.Officers elected for 2020 – Chairman Michael G Phelan, Vice Chair. Kevin Galvin, Scretary Liam Geoghegan, Ass. Sec. Pat Dollard, Joint Treasure Ann Marie Browne and Michael Broderick.See Also: Laois Sports Hall fiasco – no application for funding was ever madeSee Also: The LaoisToday Store is now open with all your Christmas goodies Here are all of Wednesday’s Laois GAA results WhatsApp Woodenbridge Community Alert AGM extremely well attended TAGSWoodenbridge Home News Woodenbridge Community Alert AGM extremely well attended News Twitter Pinterest Previous articleThe Week That Was: The Top 10 stories of the past seven daysNext articleTalented Portarlington swimmer shortlisted for RTÉ Young Sportsperson of the Year tonight LaoisToday Reporter Facebook WhatsApp Pinterest 2020 U-15 ‘B’ glory for Ballyroan-Abbey following six point win over Killeshin GAA Kelly and Farrell lead the way as St Joseph’s claim 2020 U-15 glory Twitter GAA last_img read more