Articles Tagged “Leinster Final”

  • Tribute – How the Moores got over the Leinster Line

    HOW THE MOORES GOT OVER THE LEINSTER LINE By Lorcán O’Rourke   Come all ye lads and lassies who support the Moorefield team And listen while I tell of the greatest comeback ever seen You’ve heard of Kerry’s title haul and Kilkenny’s fearsome team Of Joe Kernan’s men in Crossmaglen and Dublin’s backs so mean. […]

  • Leinster Winners 2017

    Moorefield 1-14 v St. Loman’s 2-10

    A massive congratulations to the team and management! What a win!!

    #Moores2017 #TheToughest

  • Leinster Club SFC Final – Postponed

    Due to the inclement weather, the AIB Leinster Club Senior Football Final – scheduled for O’Moore Park, Portlaoise today – has had to be cancelled. The game will be rescheduled for Sunday 17th December 2017 in O’Moore Park with a 2.00pm throw in.

  • Moorefield Bus – Leinster Final

    ** Exciting News**

    Moorefield will run a bus to the Leinster Club final. Bus will depart from Scoil Mhuire at 12:00 and depart Portlaoise at 15:45.

    Adults 10 euro, kids go free. All children under 16 must be accompanied by an Adult. Limited places available so book quick.

    To reserve a place text
    Philie Wolfe
    087 2023580
    Jen Condren
    O86 8671625

  • Irish Rail Leinster Final Deal

    ** Irish Rail Deal- Sunday’s Leinster Final **
    It is €4.99 from Newbridge or Kildare to Dublin one way. To book tickets log on to

  • Tuairisc: Cill Dara V Baile Átha Cliath

    Hard luck to Kildare who lost the Leinster Final. They will play Armagh in Round 4B of the All-Ireland Qualifiers on Saturday 29th July in Croke Park.
    €25/£22 Adults and €5/£5 Juveniles. 
    Student/OAP rebate is €5 on Cusack/Davin tickets. 
    (No terrace open.)
    Group Pass €3 per juvenile, one adult free with every 10. Form can be filled in at

    Bilingual report of the Leinster Final.

  • Meet and Greet

    Our Mini Moore’s were out in force at the Kildare GAA Meet & Greet today. Proud to be supporting Cian O’Neill, Ronan Sweeney, Mark Dempsey & the Kildare Senior team 🏳