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All Thursday night’s Laois GAA results

All tonight's Laois GAA results

Another extremely busy evening of action in the GAA scene in Laois.

In the ACFL Division 1A, O’Dempsey’s moved back into second place in the table thanks to a six point win over Arles-Killeeen tonight.

They are currently occupying the second league final place but they will be replaced by Portlaoise if the Town can defeat Ballyroan-Abbey tomorrow evening.

In the two other games, Graiguecullen defeated Stradbally and The Heath beat league leaders St Joseph’s but these games have no baring on the overall league standings.

Meanwhile, the Division 1B final line up has been confirmed. Ballylinan booked their place with a nine point victory over Emo while Killeshin’s ambitions were ended by neighbours Crettyard.

Killeshin’s defeat, coupled with Portlaoise’s decision to give Portarlington a walkover, means that Ballylinan will face Portarlington in the decider next weekend.

There was one hurling game down for the decision this evening as Colt booked an ACFL Division 1A final date against The Harps following a three point win over Rathdowney-Errill in Mountrath.

Laois Shopping Centre ACHL Div 1A Semi Final 
Colt 0-13 Rathdowney Errill 0-10

Laois Shopping Centre ACFL Div 1A
Arles/Killeen 3-8 O’Dempsey’s 4-11
Graiguecullen 1-15 Stradbally 0-8
St Joseph’s 0-11 The Heath 1-11

Laois Shopping Centre ACFL Div 1B 
Emo 2-6 Ballylinan 1-12
Crettyard 1-11 Killeshin 0-10
Portlaoise gave Portarlington a walkover

Midlands Park Hotel U16 Football Championship Rd 1 Grp A
Portarlington 2-15 Killeshin-Crettyard 1-13

Midlands Park Hotel U16 ‘B’ Football Championship Rd 1 Grp A
Graiguecullen 3-6 Castletown Slieve Bloom 7-10

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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.