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Laois Senior football team named for Division 4 clash at home to Wexford

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The Laois senior football team has been named ahead of Sunday’s Division 4 Round 2 clash at home to Wexford.

Unsurprisingly, manager Billy Sheehan has kept faith with the side who defeated Sligo last weekend.

The injury that saw Colm Murphy withdraw from the squad prior to throw in last weekend has not healed up.

Therefore, Clonaslee-St Manman’s Niall Corbet starts again with Alex Mohan retaining his place on the bench.

There is one further change to the bench as The Rock’s Sean O’Neill is added for the first time.

Timahoe’s Damien O’Connor was injured in the warm up last weekend and has not recovered in time.

Laois will take on Wexford at 2pm on Sunday in O’Moore Park and you’ll be able to follow all of the action as it happens on our live blog.

Laois Senior Football Team 

1- Scott Osborne (Portarlington)
2 – Sean Greene (Emo)
3 – Trevor Collins (Graiguecullen)
4 – Robbie Pigott (Portarlington)
5 – Sean O’Flynn (Courtwood)
6 – Mark Timmons (Graiguecullen)
7 – Brian Byrne (Graiguecullen)
8 – Kieran Lillis (Portlaoise)
9 – James Finn (Ballyfin)
10 – Mark Barry (O’Dempsey’s)
11 – Paul Kingston (Arles-Killeen)
12 – Paddy O’Sullivan (Portarlington)
13 – Eoin Lowry (Killeshin)
14 – Evan O’Carroll (Crettyard)
15 – Niall Corbet (Clonaslee-St Manman’s)


Killian Roche (Killeshin)
Seamus Lacey (Ballylinan)
Sean O’Neill (The Rock)
Padraig Kirwan (Emo)
Alex Mohan (Portarlington)
Dylan Kavanagh (The Heath)
Ciaran Burke (Crettyard)
Kevin Swayne (Portlaoise)
Cathal Doyle (Ballyroan-Abbey)
Lee Walker (Graiguecullen)
Brian Daly (St Joseph’s)

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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.