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All the weekend CCFL soccer results after the weather played havoc again

The Midlands face Donegal in the Kennedy Cup this evening

O’Moore FC were the only Laois winners at adult level after a weather hit weekend in the CCFL.

They advanced to the Combined Counties Shield semi final following a 4-0 win over Gracefield this afternoon.

Leon Lewis, Joe Bergin, Ste O’Loughlin and Eoin Fitzpatrick were all on the score sheet for the Portlaoise based outfit as they progressed to the final four.

Elsewhere, there was no luck for Portlaoise or Rosenallis in the Billy Hyland Cup as they lost 6-1 and 3-2 to Birr Town and Clara Town respectively.

While Maryborough’s Division 3 Cup campaign is also at and end as they went down 3-1 to Grange United.

Under 17 Cup Group Stage
Edenderry Town 6, Kilbeggan 0;
St Aengus 4, Abbeyleix Ath 3;
Hodson Bay 8, Mullingar Athletic 1;

Under 19 Cup Quarter Final
Monksland Utd 3, Portlaoise B 6;

Under 19 Premier Division
Tullamore Town 1, Willow Park 1;
Portlaoise A 2, Birr Town 1;

Billy Hyland Premier Division Cup Quarter Finals
Birr Town 6, Portlaoise AFC 1;
Rosenallis 2, Clara Town 3;

Ml Dolan Division 1 Cup Quarter Finals
Camlin Utd 3, Moydow FC 1;
Walsh Island Shamrocks 9, Melville Celtic 1;

Oliver Ward Division 3 Cup 1st Round
BBC Utd 5, Raharney Utd 2;

Oliver Ward Division 3 Cup Quarter Final
Grange Utd 3, Maryborough FC 1;

Division 4 Cup Group Stage
Kilcormac Utd 1, Banagher Utd 8;
Stradbally Town 0, Cloneygowan Celtic 7;

Combined Counties Shield Quarter Final
O’Moore FC 4, Gracefield Ath 0;

Combined Counties Womens Cup Semi Final
Willow Park 8, Clara Town 0;

Division 4A
St Aengus 1, Derry Rovers 4;
Old Fort Celtic 3, Rosenallis 3;

Womens Division
Bealnamulla 0, Killeigh B 3

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Stradbally native Alan Hartnett is a graduate of Knockbeg College who has worked in the local and national media since 2008. Alan has a BA in Economics, Politics and Law and an MA in Journalism from DCU. His happiest moment was when Jody Dillon scored THAT goal in the Laois senior football final in 2016.