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Draws made for Laois SFC quarter finals while IFC semi finals and SFC relegation final confirmed

Laois GAA

The draws for the upcoming rounds of the Laois football championships have been made.

Following the conclusion of the Round 3 games in this SFC this evening, the quarter final draw has now been made.

Champions Portarlington will play Stradbally in two weeks time while 2019 champions Portlaoise will meet O’Dempsey’s.

The other games will see Ballyroan-Abbey play Courtwood and Graiguecullen meet Emo.

Quarter-final draw

  • Portarlington v Stradbally
  • Ballyroan-Abbey v Courtwood
  • O’Dempsey’s v Portlaoise
  • Graiguecullen v Emo

The pairing for the relegation final in the SFC is also known following today’s semi finals with Ballylinan taking on The Heath to see who will make the drop to intermediate for the 2022 season.

Meanwhile, a draw was not needed for the semi finals of the IFC as repeat pairings are avoided.

Park-Ratheniska had already played Timahoe so they now face Arles-Kilcruise in one semi final with Mountmellick taking on Timahoe in the other.

Seven of the eight quarter final places in the JFC are now confirmed too after the weekend.

Group A ended in a three way playoff but Castletown have already given a walkover to Portarlington.

The latter will now face The Harps in the final playoff game with the winner taking on Ballyroan-Abbey.

The Harps will be favourites to do that as they enjoyed a big win over Portarlington in their last group game a few days ago.

Check out all of the draws below:

Laois SFC Quarter Finals


Laois SFC Relegation Final

Ballylinan v The Heath

Laois IFC Semi Finals

Park-Ratheniska v Arles-Kilcruise
Mountmellick v Timahoe

Laois JFC Quarter Finals 

Portlaoise v Barrowhouse
Ballyroan-Abbey v The Harps/Portarlington
St Joseph’s v Killeshin
Annanough v Kilcavan

SEE ALSO – Check out all the weekend Laois GAA coverage here

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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.