Rosenallis GAA

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Rosenallis
Ros Fionnghlaise
Founded: 1902
County: Laois
Colours: Green and White
Coordinates: 53°08′21.27″N 7°24′54.97″W / 53.1392417°N 7.4152694°W / 53.1392417; -7.4152694Coordinates: 53°08′21.27″N 7°24′54.97″W / 53.1392417°N 7.4152694°W / 53.1392417; -7.4152694
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Rosenallis Gaelic Athletic Association club is a hurling and gaelic football club in the village of Rosenallis in County Laois, Ireland.

The club colours are green and white. The club formerly amalgamated with the Clonaslee-St.Manmans club to play senior hurling under the name Tinnahinch.

Seamus Dooley, Declan Conroy and John Lennon are three of the club's most famous players, representing Laois at senior hurling level.

Rosenallis has never won the Laois Senior Hurling Championship but has won the Laois Intermediate Hurling Championship three times (in 1989, 1999 and 2016).

In 2012, Rosenallis GAA had a huge representation at county level. Patrick Keating played for Laois U21 hurling while at minor level, Ruaidhri C-Fennell and Dean Mahon played with the county footballers and Ronan Murray, John Lennon and Eoin Carroll played for the county hurlers. Fiachra C Fennell scored a point against Bective in the Leinster Junior football championship and is still talking about it. He scored again in an ACFL Division 2 match vs Park/Ratheniska on March 12th 2017. Nicky Dunne joined the Guards.

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  1. ^ "Jackson in bloom for Rose'". Irish Independent. 21 November 2016. Retrieved 22 November 2016. 

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