The cottage definitely lives up to the photos on the website with a beautiful garden and impressive interior de…Mary, Dee's Mom was there to welcome us.She showed us around the beautiful cottage and explained everything.Just tucked away enough from the main drag—though there isn't really such a thing for miles around!—it's huge, authentic and in immaculate condition, with all the amenities and cottage-like accoutrements you could ever need.The cottage has everything you need to feel comfortable and is so cozy and clean.We really enjoyed our stay there in the quite countryside.
Since that game on June 15, 1986, the counties have played each other four times - in 2002, 2008, 2014, and 2016, with Laois emerging as winners on every occasion.
Gary Walsh did the most damage for Laois, scoring 1-3 in the opening 35 minutes.
The goal came after 11 minutes when Walsh took a pass from Donie Kingston and fired the ball into the net.
Scorers: Laois: G Walsh 1-3 (1f, 2 ‘45); D Kingston 0-5; C Begley 0-2; D Conway 0-1; J O’Loughlin 0-1; T Collins 0-1; A Farrell 0-1; R Munnelly 0-1; D O’Connor 0-1; Laois: G Brody; D Strong, M Timmons, S Attride; E Buggie, P Mc Mahon, D O’Connor; B Quigley, C Begley; A Farrell, J O’Loughlin, T Collins; Gary Walsh, D Kingston, D Conway Subs: J Finn for B Quigley (32); E O’Carroll for S Attride (b/card, 42); R Munnelly for G Walsh (44); K Lillis for P Mc Mahon (46); A Doran for E O’Carroll (61); G Dillon for D Conway (65); Wicklow: R Lambert; C Hyland, S Kelly, B Kennedy; D Hayden, D Fitzgerald, J Crowe; D Boothman, A Mc Loughlin; R Finn, D Healy, C Ffrench; M Kenny, S Furlong, P Cunningham.
Michael Verney Anthony Daly famously proclaimed that Clare's hurlers were "no longer the whipping boys of Munster" after putting Tipperary to the sword in the 1997 provincial decider to banish memories of their oppression at the hands of the Premier.