Fly The Flag

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This St. Patricks Day will be very different to what we are used to. We won’t have a float or a parade or have the chance to celebrate all that is great about being Irish over a pint and a packet of Tayto in the pub.


However, we still want to #FlyTheFlag



This is where you come in! We want you to dress in your Town colours, fly your Portlaoise flags, raise some bunting and whatever else you think would represent the club this Paddy’s Day! It may be different but that doesn’t mean we can’t have a little fun and enjoy ourselves safely during this lockdown.


If there is one thing our club is good at its pulling together to exude pride and colour. To quote a great song from The Script, “it’s alright, because tonight we are going to paint the town green”. That may be cheesy but you get the jist. 


Let’s all stay safe, have fun and turn out in our colours this St Patrick’s Day!


Be sure to send us in all your lovely pictures and videos to our social media platforms and be part of our #FlyTheFlag initiative.



Download your very own Portlaoise Flag to print off at home from here

Port Flag

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