Sport behind closed doors continues this weekend – and two sporting bodies have come up with ways to bring the action to their supporters.
On Saturday, the Laois Camogie championship final will take place between O’Moore’s and St Brigid’s in MW Hire O’Moore Park at 12.30pm.
It is the first time in almost a decade that current champions Camross will not be in the final.
They were defeated by O’Moore’s in the semi final and they are looking to win their third title in the last five years.
St Brigid’s reached the final last year and are seeking their first success at this level since 2004.
But with no fans allowed to attend, Laois Camogie have stepped in and they will stream the game live on their Facebook page.
On Sunday, the Combined Counties Cup final takes place at 3pm in Mountmellick.
Laois club Towerhill Rovers are in the final and the Portlaoise side will take on Senior champions Birr Town.
Once again, no fans are permitted but the CCFL, in association with the Herald Striker, will stream the game on their Facebook page.
On the GAA front, Laois TV will continue with their streaming service this weekend.
All four games in the Laois senior hurling championship will be shown live on Saturday and Sunday.