Today sees the Laois minor camogie team travel to Nenagh to take on Limerick in the All-Ireland ‘B’ final.
Ahead of the game, we profiled each member of the Laois panel bidding for an All-Ireland title.
Robert Jones’s side have had an immense run of form bringing them into the final – playing four competitive matches and winning all of them.
They played three games in group one, winning all three to top the group and earn themselves in a spot in the semi-final against the second place group two side, Derry.
One of these group-stage games was with fellow All-Ireland finalists Limerick, where Laois eeked out a victory over now-final competitors Limerick.
Laois’s wins over Meath and Kildare saw them emerge top of the leaderboard and through to the championship semi-final.
In the semi-final, they defeated Derry by 12 points to emerge as All-Ireland finalists.
Now we are live from McDonagh Park, Nenagh, as Laois take on Limerick in the All-Ireland minor ‘B’ final at 1pm.