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Previews: Laois Shopping Centre – PIHC, IHC, JHC & SHC Fixtures

By Laois PRO Fri 22nd Sep

Previews: Laois Shopping Centre – PIHC, IHC, JHC & SHC Fixtures
Previews: Laois Shopping Centre – PIHC, IHC, JHC & SHC Fixtures

We preview this weekends 7 upcoming Laois Shopping Centre – Hurling Championship Fixtures:

Posters for Dates, Times & Venues Below:

The winners of all fixtures are to be decided on the day. If the sides are still level at the end of normal time, there will be two 10 minutes periods of extra time and if still level then penalties.

Tickets: Reminder that entry to the Clonaslee St.Manmans vs Rathdowney Errill fixture is free of charge. The rest of the fixtures are ticket only games with a ticket charge of €5-€15 which can be purchased online here:

OAP and Season Passes are applicable for admission to these games.

Live streaming: The following 4 fixtures below will be available for live streaming on

Saturday 23/09/23:

JHC Final: Camross vs Park Ratheniska- Timahoe at 4.30pm

PIHC Semi Final: Ballyfin vs Ballinakill at 6.30pm

Sunday 24/09/23

SHC Semi Finals:

Rathdowney Errill vs Abbeyleix at 2pm

Camross vs Clough-Ballacolla at 3.45pm

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Best of luck to all involved!


PIHC Quarter Final Replay: The winners of Clonaslee St.Manman’s vs Rathdowney-Errill will head to the PIHC Semi Final where they will face Portlaoise.

PIHC Semi Final: The winners of Ballyfin vs Ballinakill will head to the PIHC Final and face whoever wins the other PIHC Semi Final Fixture of: Clonaslee St.Manmans/Rathdowney Errill vs Portlaoise.

IHC Semi Finals: The winners of Colt Shanahoe vs Clonad and Mountmellick vs Trumera will head to the IHC Final where they will then battle it out for promotion to the 2024 Premier Intermediate Championship.

JHC Final: The winners of the JHC Final between Camross vs Park-Ratheniska Timahoe will be promoted to the 2024 Intermediate Hurling Championship.

PIHC Previews:

Friday September 22nd:

PIHC Quarter Final Replay

Clonaslee St.Manman’s vs Rathdowney-Errill at 7.30pm in Laois Hire O’Moore Park.

Previous result: SHC Quarter Final September 9th 2023

Clonaslee St.Manman’s: 4-12 (24)
Rathdowney-Errill: 1-21 (24)

Ones to watch: The original fixture of this replay was a thrilling contest, with some exceptional scores on display and the replay is expected to be the same. Clonaslee St.Manman’s standout players last time out were Niall Corbett with 2 goals from play and Cian Callaghan (1-2).

Rathdowney Errill’s standout players were Paddy Hasset after his score on the day of (1-4) brings him to the top of the rankings as the (overall) 2023 PIHC top scorer with (4-26) & Tadgh Dowling also produced some fine scores. (0-4).

Saturday September 23rd:

PIHC Semi Final:

Ballyfin vs Ballinakill at 6.30pm in Laois Hire O’Moore Park.

Previous meeting: Laois PIHC Final November 7th 2021

Ballinakill: 2-14
Ballyfin: 1-14

Ones to watch: Ballyfin’s Eamonn Duff (0-8) and Eanna Lyons (0-4) were both excellent in the 2 point win over Clonaslee on August 31st that sent them to the semi finals.

Ballinakill: made a statement as potential PIHC title favourites with the convincing 12 point win over Clough Ballacolla in the quarter final. All 3 of Brian Duggan (0-7), Seamus Fitzpatrick after adding (0-5) on the day is now the PIHC top scorer (from play) with (3-14) and Gearoid Lynch’s brilliant goal (1-1) contributes to the strong attacking threat that this side poses on Saturday.

JHC Final Preview:

Saturday September 23rd.

Camross vs Park Ratheniska-Timahoe at 4.30pm in Laois Hire O’Moore Park.

Previous meeting: Laois IHC Round 1 July 21st 2018

Camross: 1-10
Park Ratheniska-Timahoe: 0-11

Ones to watch: The combination of Camross duo, Dan Delaney (0-6) and the positive impact of substitute James O Keefe, who fired over the winning point from play in the last moments, got their side just barely over the line by 1 point in the exciting semi final clash vs Rosenallis to book their final spot.

Park Ratheniska-Timahoe: Both Robbie Foyle’s and Marc Rambottom’s (0-2 each) top form in the 3 point win over Portlaoise in the semi final, helped secure PRT’s place in the final joining Camross.

IHC Semi Final Previews:

Saturday September 23rd:

Mountmellick vs Trumera at 5pm in St.Fintans Mountrath.

Previous meeting: IHC Group B Round 2 September 11th 2021.

Trumera: 3-19
Mountmellick: 3-14

Ones to watch: Both sides here pose equally dangerous goal scoring threats. With both Mountmellick’s Jimmy Hilliard in top form currently (scoring 4-3 from play so far) and Jarlath Connolly also performing with ferocity (scoring 2-6 from play so far). Likewise, Trumera’s Niall Sinnott (0-27), Dylan Lalor (3-6 from play) and Paddy Hosey (2-8 from play) have all been unstoppable and outstanding so far.

Saturday September 23rd:

Colt Shanahoe vs Clonad at 5pm in Rathdowney.

Previous meeting: IHC Group B Round 3 August 13th 2022.

Colt Shanahoe: 7-14
Clonad: 1-9

Ones to watch: Colt Shanahoe’s Nathan Dunne has been one of the best 2023 IHC free takers with a total of 18 points on target from frees and scored another 9 points from play. (0-27 in total). Clonad’s Barry Cormack is the championships (overall) top scorer with (1-36) and Clonad’s Ross Holmes has also been impressive with a total score from play of (2-7)

SHC Semi Final Previews:

Sunday September 24th:

Rathdowney-Errill vs Abbeyleix at 2pm in Laois Hire O’Moore Park.

Previous meeting: SHC Round 3 September 18th 2021

Rathdowney-Errill: 2-25
Abbeyleix: 0-17

Ones to watch: Rathdowney-Errill: are currently and impressively unbeaten in the championship and had to overcome a surprisingly tough battle against The Harps in Round 3 to maintain this record, where their 4 point win there secured a spot in Sundays semi finals. Ross King’s 14 points combined with a man of the match worthy performance from Jack Kelly (who scored 1-3 from play) crucially contributed to the Round 3 win.

Abbeyleix: in the massive 19 point win over Castletown in Round 3, both Eoghan Fennelly (1-10) and Fionan Mahoney (0-2) were superb. With Mahoney being awarded Clubber TV’s man of the match as a result. Ciaran Byrnes must also be mentioned as his total from play has now also reached 3-7.

Sunday September 24th:

Camross vs Clough-Ballacolla at 3.45pm in Laois Hire O’Moore Park

Previous meeting: SHC Final October 2nd 2022

Clough-Ballacolla: 1-24
Camross: 0-16

Ones to watch: The Camross Half Back duo of Tom Cuddy & Eoin Gaughan produced stunning defensive performances in Round 3 despite a shock loss to Borris-Kilcotton and both these defenders will play a crucial role for Camross on Sunday in trying to keep Clough-Ballacolla’s incredible attacking force at bay consisting of both Picky Maher (championship total of 4-40) and Stephen Bergin (championship total of 3-13). Clough Ballacolla’s Lee Cleere is also one to look out for after his man of the match performance in the exhilarating Round 3 win over Castletown. At the opposite end of the field, Tomas Keyes possesses the biggest attacking strength for Camross and has been exceptional so far with a top scoring total from play of 4-14 in just 4 games.

By Laois PRO Fri 22nd Sep

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