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All of Saturday’s Laois GAA results

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Two Laois teams were knocked out of their respective Leinster championship campaigns today – the minor hurlers beaten by Offaly in Tullamore while the U-20s went down to Meath in Navan.

Closer to home there was a full round of action in ACFL Division 2 – and the picture has become clearer.

St Joseph’s and Courtwood have finished their league games – and both are assured of at least a place in the semi-finals. St Joseph’s are top and while Barrowhouse and Park-Ratheniska could technically catch them, the Kellyville men are looking good for automatic promotion and a final place.

Barrowhouse are facing two games this week – against Park on Monday evening and Clonaslee on Wednesday – which will determine their finishing position.

Barrowhouse, Park, Clonaslee and Timahoe are all still in the mix for a semi-final place.

At the other end of the table, Kilcavan and Annanough are in the bottom two places and will need a combination of results to go their way if either of them are to avoid relegation.

Leinster U-20 Football Championship
Laois 0-13 Meath 2-13 – Report here

Leinster Minor Hurling Championship Quarter Final 
Laois 1-14 Offaly 2-19 – Report here

Laois Shopping Centre ACFL Division 2 
Ballyfin 0-11 Barrowhouse 2-10
Clonaslee V Graiguecullen – conceded by Graiguecullen
O’Dempseys 2-7 Timahoe 0-13
Annanough 3-9 St Joseph’s 3-14
Park Ratheniska 1-4 Courtwood 5-14

The remaining games in Division 2 are:

Monday, June 18
Barrowhouse v Park-Ratheniska, 7pm

Wednesday, June 20
Barrowhouse v Clonaslee, 7pm

Saturday, June 23
Graiguecullen v O’Dempsey’s, 7.30pm
Kilcavan v Park-Ratheniska, 7.30pm
Timahoe v Annanough, 7.30pm

Wednesday, June 27
Timahoe v Park-Ratheniska, 7.30pm

SEE ALSO – In Pictures: Wonderful atmosphere as hundreds of supporters turn out to wish Laois footballers well ahead of Leinster final

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