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All Sunday’s Sports results from a very busy day

All the sports results

Today was the first really busy Sunday of sporting action in 2018.

We had games in Ladies Football, hurling, soccer and rugby.

Our reporters were out and about to bring you all the action as it happened and here is a chance to catch up with all the results from over the day.

It wasn’t a good one for our county GAA teams as both the Laois senior hurlers and Ladies footballers suffered defeat.

But there were better fortunes for our local soccer teams who recorded wins in the CCFL, Carlow and Kilkenny soccer leagues.

Meanwhile, we were also there to witness Portlaoise score a big win in the Towns Cup.

See every result from a jam packed day below:

HURLING

Allianz National Hurling League Division 1B

Laois 0-18 Limerick 1-25 – SEE REPORT HERE

LADIES FOOTBALL

Lidl Ladies National Football League Division 2

Laois 0-8 Cavan 2-12 – SEE REPORT HERE

RUGBY 

Towns Cup Round 1

Portlaoise 46 Navan 8

SOCCER

Combined Counties Football League

John Farrell Combined Counties Cup 3rd Round
Rosenallis AFC 5 UCL Harps 3
St. Carthages Athletic 4 Maryborough FC 0
Clonaslee Utd 0 Stradbally Town 0 (Stradbally win 5-4 on pens)
Mountmellick Utd 4 Ballinahown A 1
Mullingar Athletic 2 Towerhill Rovers 2 (Towerhill win 5-3 on pens)
Portarlington Town 0 Clara Town 6

 

Division 3
St Aengus 4 Banagher Utd 2

Division 4
Mountmellick Celtic 3 Clonmore Utd 1

CARLOW LEAGUE

Nationalist Premier Division
Ballymurphy Celtic 0 Crettyard United 1
Killeshin FC 2 Celtic Stars 1
St Patrick’s Boys 0 New Oak Boys 1

Herald Striker Division
Hannover Harps 2 Crettyard United 3

Division 3 
St Joseph’s 1 Wolfhill Athletic 5
St Fiacc’s B 4 Killeshin B 3

Women’s Division 1 
Crettyard 0 Newpark 0

KILKENNY LEAGUE

Junior Ricos of Gowran Division 1 
Clover United 3 Castlewarren Celtic
Stoneyford United 5 Lions AFC 0

Junior Eamonn Maher Coach Hire Division 2 
Ormonde Villa 1 Ballacolla 0

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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.