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Interesting ties ahead for future Laois champions following Leinster club draws

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The draws for the Leinster club football and hurling draws were made recently.

After being postponed due to Covid-19 last year, the provincial championships return this year.

In football, two of the three Laois teams who compete have been drawn at home.

At Senior, the eventual Laois champions have received a bye to the quarter finals where they will be at home to the Westmeath winners.

A triumph there would see them host either the Dublin or Meath champions in the semi finals.

The Laois Intermediate champions, either Park-Ratheniska, Arles-Kilcruise, Mountmellick or Timahoe, will be away to the Carlow champions in Round 1 of that competition.

One of Annanough, The Harps, Kilcavan or Barrowhouse will represent Laois in the Junior championship as second teams of senior clubs are not allowed to compete.

They will be at home to the Carlow champions in Round 1 and should they win that, they’ll host the winners of the Kildare and Wicklow champions in the quarter finals.

In hurling, one of Camross, Clough-Ballacolla, Borris-Kilcotton or Rathdowney-Errill will represent Laois in the Senior championship and begin at home to the Wexford champions in the quarter finals.

Ballyfin, Ballinakill or Portlaoise will be Laois’s representative in the Intermediate championship and they have been drawn away to Westmeath in Round 1.

While, for the same reasons as mentioned above in relation to second teams, Trumera will be Laois’s representative in the Junior hurling competition.

They are set to begin away to the Longford champions in Round 1.

You can check out all of the fixtures below as a winter of action awaits us all.


Leinster Club Senior Football Championship 2021

Round 1 (November 21)
Louth v Carlow
Longford v Wicklow
Kildare v Offaly

Quarter Finals (December 5)
Laois v Westmeath
Meath v Dublin
Louth/Carlow v Wexford
Kildare/Offaly v Longford/Wicklow

Semi Finals (December 18)
/Westmeath v Meath/Dublin
Louth/Carlow/Wexford v Kildare/Offaly/Longford/Wicklow

Final (January 9)

Leinster Club Intermediate Football Championship 2021

Round 1 (November 19-21)
Longford v Offaly
Meath v Louth
Carlow v Laois 
Wicklow v Kildare

Quarter Finals (December 3-5)
Meath/Louth v Kilkenny
Carlow/Laois v Westmeath
Dublin v Longford/Offaly
Westmeath v Wicklow/Kildare

Semi Finals (December 17-19)
Meath/Louth/Kilkenny v Carlow/Laois/Wexford
Dublin/Longford/Offaly v Westmeath/Wicklow/Kildare

Final (January 15)

Leinster Club Junior Football Championship 2021

Round 1 (November 19-21)
Offaly v Longford
Louth v Meath
Laois v Carlow
Kildare v Wicklow
Dublin v Europe

Quarter Finals (December 3-5)
Dublin/Europe v Westmeath
Laois/Carlow v Kildare/Wicklow
Wexford v Kilkenny
Offaly/Longford v Louth/Meath

Semi Finals (December 17-19)
Dublin/Europe/Westmeath v Laois/Carlow/Kildare/Wicklow
Wexford/Kilkenny v Offaly/Longford/Louth/Meath

Final (January 14-16)


Leinster Club Senior Hurling Championship 2021

Quarter Finals (November 28)
Carlow v Kilkenny
Laois v Wexford
Westmeath v Dublin

Semi Finals (December 12)
Laois/Wexford v Westmeath/Dublin
Offaly v Carlow/Kilkenny

Final (December 19)

Leinster Club Intermediate Hurling Championship 2021

Round 1 (November 19-21)
Wicklow v Carlow
Westmeath v Laois 

Quarter Finals (November 27-28)
Kildare v Dublin
Westmeath/Laois v Kilkenny
Wexford v Wicklow/Carlow
Offaly v Meath

Semi Finals (December 11-12)
Kildare/Dublin v Westmeath/Laois/Kilkenny
Wexford/Wicklow/Carlow v Offaly/Meath

Final (January 8)

Leinster Club Junior Hurling Championship 2021

Round 1 (November 19-21)
Kildare v Carlow
Longford v Trumera
Louth v Westmeath
Wexford v Wicklow

Quarter Finals (November 27-28)
Dublin v Wexford/Wicklow
Louth/Westmeath v Kilkenny
Kildare/Carlow v Longford/Trumera
Meath v Offaly

Semi Finals (December 11-12)
Dublin/Wexford/Wicklow v Louth/Westmeath/Kilkenny
Kildare/Carlow/Longford/Trumera v Meath/Offaly

Final (January 8-9)

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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.