Craig Rogers

This article is about the Gaelic footballer. For the American urologist, see Craig G. Rogers.
Craig Rogers
Personal information
Sport Gaelic football
Position Centre Half Forward
Born (1986-05-09) 9 May 1986
Portlaoise, Republic of Ireland
Nickname Rogie, ogden
Years Club
2003-Present Portlaoise
Club titles
Laois titles 9
Leinster titles 2
Years County
?- ? Laois

Craig Rogers is a Gaelic footballer from County Laois.[1]

He plays in attack and in 2003 was captain of the Laois team that won the All-Ireland Minor Football Championship title for the first time since 1997.

In 2004, he was captain of the minor team which won the Leinster Minor Football Championship and in 2006 and 2007, he was part of the Laois teams that won the Leinster U21 Football Championship. In 2004 he won a Laois Senior Football Championship title and also a Leinster Senior Club Football Championship title with Portlaoise.

In 2006, Rogers was on the team UCD won Dublin Senior Football Championship title and Portlaoise win the Laois Under 21 Football Championship for the second consecutive year.

In 2007, he featured in the attack as Portlaoise won the Laois Senior Football Championship title and again featured as Portlaoise retained their titles in '08 and 09.

Rogers began his club career with Ballyroan before transferring to the Portlaoise. He has also represented Ireland in the u18 International Rules Series in Australia - April 2004.

Rogers has won two Laois Minor Football Championship titles, three Laois Under 21 Football Championship titles, 10 Laois Senior Football Championship titles and 2 Leinster Senior Club Football Championship titles with his club Portlaoise.



  1. Crowe, Dermot (20 June 2010). "Sheridan shows misfiring Laois attack how it's done". The Irish Independent. Retrieved 16 July 2010.
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