There are five top quality hurling games taking place this evening, with plenty at stake in each game.
Some of the losers face the prospect of relegation, while victors can secure semi-final berths and plan ahead for the business end of the championship.
We’ll be live blogging Camross v Clough-Ballacolla from O’Moore Park at 6pm and Rathdowney- Errill versus Castletown Gaels at 7.30pm.
We’ll also bring you updates from the two Senior A games – The Harps v Colt Gaels in Borris-in-Ossory and Shanahoe Gaels v Mountrath in Ratheniska – with both off at 7pm.
And we’ll bring you late updates from the remaining Senior A game between Rosenallis and Clonaslee with the winner topping that group – that game got underway at 5pm.
A match fixture Laois hurling fans have been waiting for
Camross V Clough-Ballacolla is fixture that catches the eye of every hurling follower in the county, these two teams have been at the top end of Laois club hurling for the past decade.
However, Camross could be on the verge of crashing out of the championship if they don’t pick up a win.
Camross v Clough-Ballacolla also has a lot at stake for both Rathdowney-Errill and Castletown Gaels. If Camross lose, a Rathdowney win would see both sides through, but a Castletown win could result in Rathdowney-Errill departing the championship and facing a relegation scrap.
The Harps have been impressive in their campaign so far winning both games and securing a spot in the knock out stages. Another win for them would guarantee a semi-final spot.
Colt Gaels will be hoping they can book their semi-final place by beating The Harps but following a disappointing defeat by Shanahoe, they might have their work cut out for them.
Follow all the action as it happens below: