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Meet the Nursery Staff Laura Miles: Nursery Manager. Laur a joined us prior to opening Little Learners and has managed the nursery prior to maternity leave. She returned in July 2018 to work alongside Emma and the team. Having worked in the early years sector for 10 years, she has gained a wealth of experience which she puts to good use - developing a stimulating and engaging environment in.
Miss Pierce joined Longford this year and has previously worked in year 1 for two years in one of our GLA schools. Her priorities are to work with all the children and parents at Longford to ensure the children have the best possible experiences in school. She is passionate about the year 1 curriculum and likes to make learning as fun and engaging for the children.
Garrycastle won their third successive Westmeath SFC title with a 1-9 to 0-9 win over Mullingar Shamrocks.
Longford Slashers 3-7 (aet) AT halftime in this game you could not have held out much hope of Portlaosie advancing to the AIB Leinster Club SFC semi-final. After conceding three goals in a 15 minute period, playing way below par, and in horrendous conditions in PearsePark, it was hard to see Portlaoise coming back from the six-point interval.
Longford Slashers v Dromard - Longford County Senior Club Football Championship Final Photos. 1-20 of 32. 1: 2: 800020. 6 October 2013; Mark Smith, Longford Slashers, is tackled to the ground by. Purchase. 807921. 6 October 2013; Longford Slashers manager Denis Connerton. Purchase. 807900. 6 October 2013; Dromard manager Ciaran Fox. Longford County. Purchase. 807899. 6 October 2013.
On Sunday 1st October Wolfe Tones and Longford Slashers met in the Longford Senior Hurling Final. The game was set for 3.30pm and had been fixed for a long number of months. Before the game the U11 Hurling Final was the curtain raiser; it was between both clubs.
Lucan travelled to Longford Slashers GAA Club on Saturday for the Leinster Community Games Camogie competition. Having defeated Maynooth (Kildare champions) in the first round of the Leinster Competition, the opposition for the semi-final was Aghervilla (Kilkenny champions), with the second semi-final tabled between Enfield (Meath) and Banagher (Offaly).