Ciaran Comerford added another to his tally when he took an excellent pass from club mate Padraig Delaney.
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Offaly were quickest out of the blocks and after seven minutes of play had a 0-4 to 0-1 point lead thanks to scores from Lochlann Kavanagh, Shane O’Toole and Aaron Maher.
Laois rallied back through scores from James Keyes and Ciaran Comerford to leave the sides level after 13 minutes of play.
"There are good quality schools here to educate their kids and they want to settle down in a smaller community," says Pat.
And then there's the 'grey market', older people who may have sold their business or property and have money on deposit but are getting little or no return on it. "There is literally no supply of rental properties - buyers are picking up on that, you are virtually guaranteed €600 a month and there's the likelihood of capital appreciation ahead as well." Many in the grey market choose to retire to West Cork, or use their house their as a holiday home, which they may rent part-time.
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The Laois minors hurlers secured a 14 point win against neighbours Offaly on Saturday afternoon in O’Moore Park, on a day where conditions were perfect for hurling.
Offaly did respond and a Conor Langton point and two frees from David Nally meant that four points separated the sides.