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LISTEN: We preview the intermediate and junior football finals in our latest GAA Podcast

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It’s getting serious now. The first major weekend of county football finals (apologies to the Junior ‘B’ and ‘C’ final contestants!) is here and our latest Podcast looks ahead to the action.

It’s all football this week on Episode 12. Host Brian Moss is joined by Laois Today’s Steven Miller and Alan Hartnett to preview this weekend’s football action.

It’s finals weekend in the Junior ‘A’ and Intermediate championships and its down to the last four in the senior football championship so the stakes couldn’t be higher.

Join the lads for their usual lively chat about the weekend’s action and as usual much more besides including side-line bust ups and just where is the poshest part of Laois to live in.

The intermediate and junior finals take place in O’Moore Park as a double header on Saturday while the senior semi-finals are a double header on Sunday.

We attempt to predict who might win the four games (bear in mind that Alan was six from six last week on the hurling) – but we’ll be back on Monday with another episode to look back on what should be a big weekend for all clubs involved.

Listen in, enjoy – and send us in any questions you’d like us to discuss on Monday.

This week’s fixtures – as discussed on the podcast are:


Laois Shopping Centre JFC Final
Annanough v O’Dempsey’s in O’Moore Park at 5.30pm

Laois Shopping Centre IFC Final
Courtwood v Mountmellick Gaels in O’Moore Park at 7.30pm


Laois Shopping Centre SFC Semi-finals
Portlaoise v St Joseph’s in O’Moore Park at 2pm; Graiguecullen v O’Dempsey’s at 3.30pm

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