Rocky Scully was a prominent player and official over the years.
He was a fine hurler who won underage county titles with Portlaoise and represented Laois at minor level
Joe Phelan was one of the finest hurling players of his generation. He was a fine dual player for the club but hurling was the sport in which he shone.
By common consent John Taylor was one of the finest hurlers in the history of Portlaoise or Laois GAA. No question. He made the number 7 jersey his own and wore it with great distinction for the town for two decades, winning eight senior championships in the process
Hailing from an immensely talented sporting family Niall has represented Ireland, Leinster, Laois and Portlaoise.
Laura Bergin has the honour of being the clubs first lady officer.
Aisling Saunders has come up through the underage ranks of Portlaoise Ladies Gaelic Football to become the co captain of the first Portlaoise team to win the Laois Senior Ladies Football Championship in 2020.
Bill and I soldiered together through most of our lives. Of the same age we went through the CBS to Leaving Cert in the same classes and had similar interests especially regarding GAA. The games were an important part of school life with Bro. O’Mahoney taking a particularly keen interest in preparing us for competitions.
Alfie Lewis was a larger than life figure within Portlaoise GAA. He came to prominence as a minor of exceptional talent and strength and was early promoted to senior hurling and football teams in the 1950s.
Jas is one of the most colourful characters in the club having a very distinguished career as a player, official and mentor.
Mick Mulhall was one of the greatest goalkeepers ever produced by Laois, with whom he played for over a decade.