Home Sport GAA Here are all of Tuesday’s Laois GAA results

Here are all of Tuesday’s Laois GAA results

The game of the night took place in Navan as the Laois U-20 hurlers overcame Antrim.

Laois were the superior team from the outset and the Laois forwards were ruthless in front of goal throughout the game.

James Duggan and Tadhg Cuddy continued their flying form as they accumulated 2-18 between them.

While there was also a lot of domestic action tonight in Division 2 and 3 in the football leagues.

The game between Park-Ratheniska and St Joseph’s was abandoned during the second half due to a serious injury to a Park-Ratheniska player.

Killeshin are now through to the semi-final after their win tonight, while the winners of Barrowhouse and Annanough next week will join them in the semi-final.

Ballyroan-Abbey continued there 100 per cent record in Divsion 3A after a comprehensive win over O’Dempsey’s and are now through to the semi-final.

While Stradbally registered their first win of the league campaign and they will play O’Dempsey’s next. The winner of that game will join Ballyroan-Abbey in the semi-final.

Check out all of the results below:

Leinster U-20 Hurling Championship Round 2 
Laois 4-27  Antrim 0-7 See Report Here

ACFL Division 2 Group A Round 1
Park-Patheniska v St Joseph’s – game abandoned

ACFL Division 3A Group A Round 2
Killeshin 2-5 Annanough 0-6
Graiguecullen 1-12 Barrowhouse 2-12

ACFL Division 3B Group A Round 2
O’Dempsey’s 0-2 Ballyroan Abbey 3-28
Stradbally 3-5 Ballylinan 2-7

ACFL Division 3B Group B Round 2
Camross 2-4 Rosenallis 3-12
Portlaoise 2-7 Mountmellick 1-9

Minor Football Development League Group 2 – Round 3
The Heath V Mountmellick Parish Gaels

U-13 Football Development League Round 2
Stradbally Parish Gaels 2-7 Ballyroan Abbey 4-3

SEE ALSO – All of Monday’s Laois GAA results

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