TABLE QUIZ: The Harps Juvenile GAA Club are holding a Table Quiz in O’Connells Bar and Lounge in Cullohill on Friday, September 12th at 9.30pm. A table of four will cost €40 to enter. The Quizmaster on the night will be Dave Finnegan. Please Support.

Congratulations to the Laois U16 Camogie team who won the All Ireland Final against Kildare.Avril Deegan, Elaine Spencer, Eimear Dunphy, Louise Walsh, Aoife Phelan and Jennifer Cass all represented the Harps Camogie Club well.
Upcoming Fixtures: The following games will take place over the coming weeks. Fixtures correct at time of print – check website, facebook or twitter first before travelling for possible changes.
September 6th: U14 Hurling Competition – Harps Gaels V Portlaoise in Raheen at 3pm.
September 6th: Minor Hurling Championship Semi Final – Harps Gaels V Borris-Kilcotton in R’downey at 5pm.
September 8th: U16B Football Championship – Park-Rathineska V Harps Gaels in Rathineska at 6.30pm.
September 27th: Intermediate Hurling Championship Semi Final – The Harps V Borris-Kilcotton (TBC).
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Recent Results: Selected match reports are available on website.
August 22nd: U16 Hurling Championship – Harps Gaels 3-09 V 10-10 Borris-Kilcotton.
August 25th: U12 Football Competition – Harps Gaels 2-07 V 1-07 Camross.
August 26th: Minor Hurling Championship Quarter Final – Harps Gaels 1-12 V 1-07 Castletown-Slieve Bloom.
August 29th: Intermediate Hurling Championship Quarter Final – The Harps 0-13 V 1-04 Portlaoise.
August 30th: Senior Hurling Championship Quarter Final – The Harps 1-10 V 1-14 Abbeyleix.
September 1st: U14B Football Competition – Harps Gaels 5-06 V 2-03 O’Dempseys.
September 1st: U12 Hurling Competition – Harps Gaels 0-06 V 2-05 Borris-Kilcotton.

FANTASTIC ACHIEVEMENT: Congratulations to Louise Mahony on been chosen as Laois Camogie Player of the Decade. An honor truly deserved for her commitment to her Club, The Harps and to her county Laois. Louise has been a super player for her club and has helped in no small way to making her team one of the best in the country and bringing much silverware to the club from both county titles and All-Ireland titles.

BEST OF LUCK: Best wishes to the Laois Senior Camogie team who will play County Down in the All-Ireland Final at Croke Park, Dublin on September 14th. The Laois camogie girls are playing in their second All-Ireland Final in two years. The girls have been really up for the game this year and all year long they have been putting in so much dedication and commitment to all the trainings and matches. After last year’s defeat they feel like they have a point to prove, and by the grace of God they intend on doing it! This year the girls that are playing on the Laois Camogie team from the Harps camogie club are; Louise Mahoney, Elaine Mahoney, Joan Dollard, Claire Walsh, Joanne Prior, Rosie Phelan and Lorna Campion, all of whom have seen game time for Laois this year under the management team lead by David Cuddy. The chairman of the Laois County Board is also a local, Johnny Campion. Please come out and support the girls. Throw in is at 12pm and after previous encounters with Down, this proves to be an epic encounter!

Congratulations to Avril Deegan who finished second in the marathon at the Community Games National Finals in Athlone recently.