It was a very busy night on the GAA front with ten games down for decision – including five finals.
One of those, the Division 2 final in Mountrath between Camross and Borris-Kilcotton, was abandoned by referee JJ Gorman following a mass brawl.
The Division 3 hurling final saw a first ever adult title for Park-Ratheniska-Timahoe since their full amalgamation and we will have a report on that later tonight.
There were also some juvenile finals with St Joseph’s, Rosenallis and Ballylinan emerging victorious.
Laois Shopping Centre ACHL Division 2 Final (Extra time if necessary)
Camross v Borris in Ossory Kilcotton – MATCH ABANDONED
Laois Shopping Centre ACHL Division 3 Final (Extra time if necessary)
Park Ratheniska Timahoe 2-17 Castletown 2-15
Midlands Park Hotel Under-17 “A” Hurling League Round 7
Raheen Parish Gaels 2-20 Rosenallis 3-9
Borris in Ossory Kilcotton 3-15 Rathdowney Errill 2-10
Clough-Ballacolla 2-14 The Harps 6-18
Camross tbc Camross Na Fianna 1-10 Abbeyleix Gaels 2-19
Midlands Park Hotel Under-17 “B” Hurling League Semi Finals (Extra time if necessary)
Castletown 4-17 Portlaoise 1-21
Park Ratheniska Timahoe 3-18 St Fintan’s Mountrath 3-10
Midlands Park Hotel Under-15 “A” Football League Semi Finals (Extra time if necessary)
Graiguecullen received a walkover from Ballyroan Abbey
Midlands Park Hotel Under-13 “A” Football League Final (Extra time if necessary)
St Joseph’s 8-21 Killeshin 0-0
Midlands Park Hotel Under-13 “B” Football League Shield Final (Extra time if necessary)
Kilcavan The Rock 4-5 Rosenallis 6-16
Midlands Park Hotel Under-13 “B” Football League Plate Final (Extra time if necessary)
Ballylinan 2-14 Park Ratheniska Spink 2-11