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Here are all of Friday’s Laois GAA results from a busy evening of games

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It was another busy evening on the GAA scene in Laois with 14 games down for decision.

The big game of the evening was in O’Moore Park where Park-Ratheniska and Portlaoise battled it out for 2020 junior football honours.

Kieran Delaney was Park-Ratheniska’s hero on the night as his second half strike saw them claim a two point victory.

The highest ranking of the adult league games took place in Division 1B where Mountrath and Camross’ second team clashed.

After starring for Courtwood on the football field last weekend, Rob Tyrrell was back in Camross where he fired over ten points.

Darrell Dooley added two late scores as Camross recorded a win that means they will reach the semi final if they avoid defeat against Colt-Shanahoe in their final group game.

Check out all of the results from this evening below:

2020 Junior Football Championship Final 
Park-Ratheniska 1-8 Portlaoise 0-9 – See Report Here

ACHL Division 1B Group A Round 2
Mountrath 0-15 Camross 1-14

ACHL Division 2 Group B Round 2
Trumera 0-21 The Harps 1-13

ACHL Division 2 Group A Round 2
Borris-Kilcotton 2-19 Slieve Bloom 2-14
Mountmellick 0-13 Clonaslee 3-11

Minor Hurling Development League Group 1 – Round 2
Na Fianna 1-26 Clough-Ballacolla-Mountrath 2-11

Minor Hurling Development League Group 2 – Round 2
Abbeyleix 4-11 Raheen Parish Gaels 0-10

U-13 Hurling Championship Group A Round 1
Mountrath 5-8 Clough-Ballacolla 0-4
Rathdowney-Errill 4-8 Abbeyleix 3-4

U-13 Hurling Championship Group B Round 1
Camross 3-7 Portarlington 2-8

U-13 Hurling Championship Group C Round 1
The Harps 3-9 Borris-Kilcotton 1-5

U-13 Hurling Championship Group D Round 1
Ballyfin v Ballinakill-Ballypickas

U-13 Hurling ‘C’ Championship Round 1
Clonaslee v Clonad
Trumera gave a walkover to Portlaoise

SEE ALSO – Here are all of Thursday’s Laois GAA results

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