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All the latest Laois GAA fixtures as attention switches back to football

Laois GAA fixtures

After a mixed weekend of hurling and football last week, the action predominantly switches back to football this week.

The minor hurling final between The Harps and Abbeyleix takes place on Friday night but after that it is all about football.

There are quarter finals in the senior and junior ‘A’ championships this weekend.

While the intermediate football final between Crettyard and Clonaslee will also take place.

It is set to be very busy and you can check out all the games that are scheduled below:

TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 29

Laois Shopping Centre JHC
Colt Shanahoe v Rathdowney Errill in the LOETB CoE at 7.15pm

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 30

Laois Shopping Centre JFC ‘B’ Playoff
Winner on the Day if Necessary
Emo v RosenalliS in LOETB CoE at 7.15pm

Midlands Park Hotel U-13 Hurling Championship 
Park Ratheniska-Timahoe v Na Fianna 6pm

Midlands Park Hotel U-15 Hurling Championship
Portlaoise v Rathdowney Errill 6pm

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 1

Laois Shopping Centre SFC Relegation Final
Winner on the Day if Necessary
Arles Kilcruise v Courtwood in the LOETB CoE 7.30pm

Midlands Park Hotel U-13 “B” Football Competition Round 2
Ballylinan v Ballyroan Abbey 6pm

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2

Midlands Park Hotel U-17 Hurling Championship Final (Winner on Day, if Necessary)
The Harps v Abbeyleix St Lazerian’s in the LOETB CoE 7.30pm

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 3

Laois Shopping Centre SFC Quarter-final
Winner on the Day if Necessary
Ballyfin v The Heath in MW Hire O’Moore Park 3pm

Laois Shopping Centre IFC Final
Extra Time if Necessary
Clonaslee St Manmans v Crettyard in MW Hire O’Moore Park 5pm

Laois Shopping Centre JFC Quarter-finals
Winner on the Day if Necessary
Park Ratheniska v Kilcavan in Ratheniska 5.15pm
Portlaoise v Barrowhouse in Rathleague 4.30pm

Laois Shopping Centre JFC ‘C’ Semi-finals
Winner on the Day if Necessary
Borris In Ossory v Colt in Trumera 4.30pm
Kilcotton v O’Dempsey’s in Mountmellick 4.30pm

Laois Shopping Centre JFC ‘B’ Semi-finals
Winner on the Day if Necessary
Graiguecullen v Stradbally in Annanough 7pm
Spink v Emo/Rosenallis in Timahoe 4.30pm

Midlands Park Hotel U-15 Hurling Championship Semi Finals
Winner on Day, if Necessary
Camross v Borris in Ossory Kilcotton in Slieve Bloom 2pm

Midlands Park Hotel U-15 “B” Hurling Competition Playoffs Winner on Day, if Necessary
Na Fianna v Raheen Parish Gaels in Ballyfin 5pm
Park Ratheniska Timahoe v Ballinakill Ballypickas in Ratheniska 4pm

Midlands Park Hotel U-13 “C” Football Competition Round 5
Castletown v Clough-Ballacolla in Castletown 2pm

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 4

Laois Shopping Centre SFC Quarter-finals
Winner on the Day if Necessary
Graiguecullen v Ballylinan in MW Hire O’Moore Park at 1pm
Portarlington v O’Dempsey’s in MW Hire O’Moore Park at 3pm
Emo v Portlaoise in MW Hire O’Moore Park at 5pm

Laois Shopping Centre JFC Quarter-Finals
Winner on the Day if Necessary
St Joseph’s v Ballyroan Abbey in Tony Byrne Park 1pm
The Heath v Castletown in The Heath 1pm

Midlands Park Hotel U-13 Football Championship Round 6
St Joseph’s v Na Fianna Og in Kellyville 11.30am
Portlaoise v Killeshin in Rathleague 11.30am
O’Dempseys v Portarlington in O’Dempsey’s GAA 11.30am

Midlands Park Hotel U-13 ‘B’ Football Competition Round 2
Portlaoise B v St Pauls in Rathleague 11am
Park/Ratheniska-Spink v Rosenallis in Timahoe 11am

Midlands Park Hotel U-13 ‘C’ Football Competition Round 5
Crettyard v Clonaslee St Manmans in Crettyard 11.30am

Midlands Park Hotel U-15 Hurling Championship Semi Finals
Winner on Day, if Necessary
The Harps v Clough Ballacolla in Colt 12pm

MONDAY, OCTOBER 5

Midlands Park Hotel U-13 ‘C’ Football Competition Round 5
Ballyfin Gaels v Cromogue in Ballyfin GAA 6pm

Midlands Park Hotel U-13 ‘B’ Football Competition Round 2
Kilcavan The Rock v Mountmellick in Kilcavan GAA 6pm

SEE ALSO – Laois County Council outline a possible re-opening date for Portlaoise Leisure Centre

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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.