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Denis Lalor

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Sport  Gaelic football
Name  Denis Lalor
Years  County
Years  Club
Position  Half Back/Midfield

Denis Lalor is a former hurling and Gaelic football player from County Laois in Ireland.


He played on the Laois senior football team throughout the 1990s, primarily as a defender but also in attack. During that period he was widely regarded as one of the top players in the country in his position. In 1991, he played on the Laois team beaten by Meath in the final of the Leinster Senior Football Championship. He also won two Railway Cup football medals with Leinster in 1996 and 1997.

With his club The Heath, Denis was the captain in 1993 when they won a memorable Laois Senior Football Championship title. The previous year he picked up a Laois Senior Hurling Championship medal with his hurling club, Clonad.

After his senior inter-county career ended, Denis continued to play at club level while also serving as a selector with the Laois senior football team under Tom Cribben and also had spells as club manager with Gracefield in Offaly and his home club, The Heath. In 2008, he was appointed as manager of the Laois minor football team for the 2009 season.


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