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Draws made for Leinster GAA club championships

The Laois hurling and football championships may be just getting underway but the draws for this year’s Leinster GAA club competitions were made on Tuesday evening.

The pairings were made for the provincial championships in senior, intermediate and junior in both hurling and football and have thrown up a selection of potentially interesting clashes.

The winners of the Laois senior football championship have been handed a bye to the quarter-finals where they will be away to the Wicklow or Offaly champions.

And should they win that they’d play the Kildare, Carlow or Wexford champions at home in the Leinster semi-final.

The always-strong Dublin champions and the Longford winners – who provided the Leinster champions last year in Mullinalaghta – are on the opposite side.

Portlaoise are going for their third Laois SFC title in a row when they get their campaign underway next week with an opening round clash against Ballylinan.

Elsewhere, in the senior hurling, the Laois winners will have home advantage against the Offaly champions in the Leinster quarter-final. Should the Laois winners advance there then they’d meet the Carlow or Dublin champions in the semi-final.

Like in the football, Camross are going for three-in-a-row also.

The Laois junior and intermediate footballers will both be away in the Leinster club – the intermediate champions having to travel to Carlow or Longford in a quarter-final and the junior winners on the road to Louth in Round 1.

In hurling, the Laois senior ‘A’ champions will be away to Carlow in the opening round of the Leinerts intermediate with a home tie for the winners of that against the Kilkenny winners in the quarter-final.

The Laois intermediate hurling champions will play in the Leinster junior championship with the Laois representatives given a bye to the quarter-final where they’ll meet a side from Wicklow or Longford.

Leinster Club SFC

Round 1

  1. Offaly v Wicklow
  2. Carlow v Wexford
  3. Westmeath v Longford

Quarter-finals

  1. Winner 1 v Laois
  2. Winner 2 v Kildare
  3. Winner 3 v Meath
  4. Louth v Dublin

Semi-finals

  • Winner Quarter-final 1 v Winner Quarter-final 2
  • Winner Quarter-final 3 v Winner Quarter-final 4

Leinster Club SHC

Quarter-finals

  1. Westmeath v Kilkenny
  2. Carlow v Dublin
  3. Laois v Offaly

Semi-finals

  1. Winner Quarter-final 1 v Wexford
  2. Winner Quarter-final 2 v Winner Quarter-final 4

Leinster Club IFC

Round 1

  1. Offaly v Louth
  2. Westmeath v Wicklow
  3. Kilkenny v Wexford
  4. Carlow v Longford

Quarter-finals

  1. Winner 1 v Kildare
  2. Winner 2 v Meath
  3. Winner 3 v Dublin
  4. Winner 4 v Laois

Leinster Club IHC

Round 1

  1. Carlow v Laois

Quarter-finals

  1. Winner 1 v Kilkenny
  2. Wexford v Kildare
  3. Wicklow v Dublin
  4. Meath v Offaly

Semi-finals

  1. Winner Quarter-final 1 v Winner Quarter-final 2
  2. Winner Quarter-final 3 v Winner Quarter-final 4

Leinster Club JFC

Round 1

  1. Westmeath v Wicklow
  2. Europe v Longford
  3. Kilkenny v Wexford
  4. Offaly v Carlow
  5. Louth v Laois

Quarter-finals

  1. Winner 1 v Meath
  2. Winner 2 v Kildare
  3. Winner 3 v Dublin
  4. Winner 4 v Winner 5

Semi-finals

  1. Winner Quarter-final 1 v Winner Quarter-final 2
  2. Winner Quarter-final 3 v Winner Quarter-final 4

Leinster Club JHC

Round 1

  1. Meath v Kildare
  2. Carlow v Louth
  3. Offaly v Dublin
  4. Longford v Wicklow

Quarter-finals

  1. Winner 1 v Westmeath
  2. Winner 2 v Wexford
  3. Winner 3 v Kilkenny
  4. Winner 4 v Laois

Semi-finals

  1. Winner Quarter-final 1 v Winner Quarter-final 2
  2. Winner Quarter-final 3 v Winner Quarter-final 4

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