The Laois Camogie finals will take place in O’Moore Park once again this year.
Last year, the senior (intermediate) final between Camross and O’Moore’s was played at Laois GAA HQ while this year the second tier final will also take place there.
At 1pm on Saturday September 21, the junior final between Portlaoise and Camross’s second team will take place.
While the intermediate final between Camross and St Brigid’s will throw in at 3pm in the same venue.
The two games will form part of a very busy day in O’Moore Park as the Intermediate and Junior hurling finals will also take place there.
The Junior decider sees Park-Ratheniska-Timahoe contest their first adult final against The Harps at 6pm.
While at 7.30pm, the intermediate final is a repeat of the Division 2 league final where Borris-Kilcotton take on Camross.
Taking to Facebook, Laois Camogie welcomed the news.
They said: “We would like to thank CLG Laois for allowing us hold our finals in O’Moore Park.
“This is not only an honour for these clubs to play a final in our county grounds but also for us as a whole county it is an honour, so we would like to see a large crowd in the stand in O’Moore Park next Saturday, whether or not your club will be taking part in the finals.”