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LIVE BLOG: Follow all the action as Arles-Kilcruise take on Courtwood in SFC Round 1

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We’re back in O’Moore Park this evening for what is now the penultimate installment of Round 1 of the Laois senior football championship.

Courtwood take on Arles-Kilcruise at 7.45pm this evening with the replay between Ballyroan-Abbey and Emo, who drew last night, still to be fixed.

We have had seven games so far and all bar three of them have all been rather one-sided.

The championship began on Wednesday with Portlaoise running out easy winners over Ballylinan.

Then on Friday, Killeshin were comfortable 11 point winners over Stradbally.

Saturday saw a double header with Portarlington and O’Dempsey’s also enjoy victories by big margins.

The Heath fell to Portarlington while St Joseph’s lost out to O’Dempsey’s.

While on Sunday, Ballyfin went down to Graiguecullen before Arles-Killeen edged out Crettyard.

Laois Senior Football Championship Round 1
Portlaoise 2-18 Ballylinan 0-11 – SEE REPORT HERE
Stradbally 2-6 Killeshin 3-14 – SEE REPORT HERE
The Heath 0-7 Portarlington 0-19 – SEE REPORT HERE
St Joseph’s 0-11 O’Dempsey’s 2-15 – SEE REPORT HERE
Ballyfin 0-7 Graiguecullen 2-11 – SEE REPORT HERE
Arles-Killeen 1-13 Crettyard 1-11 – SEE REPORT HERE
Ballyroan-Abbey 1-13 Emo 2-10SEE REPORT HERE

The draw for Round 2 has already been made so the winners of this game will meet Portlaoise and the losers will face Ballylinan.

Follow all the action as it happens:

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Stradbally native Alan Hartnett is a graduate of Knockbeg College who has worked in the local and national media since 2008. Alan has a BA in Economics, Politics and Law and an MA in Journalism from DCU. His happiest moment was when Jody Dillon scored THAT goal in the Laois senior football final in 2016.