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All Friday night’s Laois GAA and Feile results

The Laois Ladies senior footballer championship has been delayed following an appeal

There was another bumper night of action in Laois and a round of Feile fixtures in Ulster.

St Joseph’s are into the Division 1 final following a draw with Ballyroan-Abbey in Kellyville tonight.

In the hurling, Ballinakill-Park-Ratheniska Gaels were crowned Minor B hurling league champions following a nine point win over Clough-Ballacolla.

In Division 1A, Rathdowney-Errill’s win over Clonad, coupled with Rosenallis’s loss to The Harps, means that Rathdowney-Errill will take on Colt in the semi-final with The Harps waiting in the final.

Meanwhile, the Laois teams involved in Feile action won five of the six games that they competed in this evening.

In the Division 1 Boys, Portlaoise beat Tyrone outfit Ardboe O’Donovan Rossa and then defeated hosts Lavey.

In Division 6, Graiguecullen had big wins over Belcoo and Wolfe Tones.

The Timahoe Ladies began their Division 2 campiagn with a loss against Kilcullen but recovered to defeat Belturbet Rory O’Moores in their second game to give them a chance to get out of the group.

Minor B Hurling League Final
Ballinakill Park Ratheniska Gaels 3-13 Clough-Ballacolla 0-13

Laois Shopping Centre ACFL Division 1A
St Joseph’s 0-12 Ballyroan Abbey 0-12

Laois Shopping Centre ACHL Division 1A
Borris in Ossory Kilcotton vs Mountrath
Rathdowney Errill 3-18 Clonad 0-9
Rosenallis 3-10 The Harps 6-16

Feile Division 1 Boys Football
Portlaoise 2-5 Ardboe O’Donovan Rossa 3-1
Portlaoise 5-6 Lavey 0-3

Feile Division 2 Girls Football
Timahoe Ladies 2-1 Kilcullen 5-2
Timahoe Ladies 4-9 Belturbet Rory O’Moores 1-5

Feile Division 6 Boys Football
Graiguecullen 4-9 Belcoo 0-1
Graiguecullen 4-6 Wolfe Tones 1-11

READ ALSO – Gaels too strong for Clough-Ballacolla 

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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.