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All the latest Laois GAA fixtures as attention switches to football finals weekend

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After a remarkable weekend of hurling action, the focus this week quickly switches to football.

The Senior and Junior football championship finals will take place in O’Moore Park this Sunday.

On the same day, the Ladies IFC and JFC competitions will also conclude in Portarlington.

We also have our first Leinster participants as Trumera begin their Junior campaign away in Longford.

There are also a handful of U-20 games dotted across the weekend.


U-20 Football Championship Q/Finals
Park Ratheniska Spink v St Joseph’s at 2.30pm in Ratheniska

U-20 Hurling Championship Q/Finals 
Castletown v Clough Ballacolla 2.30pm
Camross v The Harps 2.30pm

U-13 Hurling “7”-a-side Finals
In the Centre of Excellence from 4pm

U-15 Football “7”-a-side Finals 
In the Centre of Excellence from 7pm

Leinster U-14 Football Academy Games
Laois v Roscommon (x2 Games) in Padraig Pearse GAA Roscommon 11am and 12.15pm

St Vincent’s Cup U-15 Football Academy St Vincent’s Cup Round 3
Laois v Wexford

Adam Mangan Offaly Cup U-15 Football Academy Round 3
Laois v Wicklow in the Centre of Excellence at 11am

Fr Manning Cup Football Academy Round 3
Laois v Sligo in Coollony at 11am


Laois Shopping Centre Junior Football Championship Final
Barrowhouse v Ballyroan Abbey at 1.30pm in O’Moore Park

Laois Shopping Centre Senior Football Championship Final
Portarlington v Portlaoise at 3.30pm in O’Moore Park

Ladies Intermediate Football Championship Final
Ballyroan v Graiguecullen at 11am in Portarlington

Ladies Junior Football Championship Final 
Ballyfin v The Heath at 1pm in Portarlington

AIB Leinster Club JHC Round 1
Longford Slashers v Trumera in Pearse Park at 1pm

Laois GAA U-15 Football “7”-a-side Finals
In the Centre of Excellence at 10am and 11am

SEE ALSO – In Pictures: A selection of great images as Clough-Ballacolla celebrate going back-to-back

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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.