May 19th, 2023

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Laois Senior Footballers Tailteann Cup 2023 Vs Offaly – Saturday, 7pm Laois Hire O’Moore Park

8 May 2023; Mark Barry of Laois, left, and Declan Hogan of Offaly during the Tailteann Cup launch at Croke Park in Dublin. Photo by David Fitzgerald/Sportsfile


Laois welcome Offaly this weekend to Laois Hire O’Moore Park in Round 2 of the 2023 Tailteann Cup Campaign.

Laois Starting Team Named:

Ahead of the game, Laois manager Billy Sheehan has named the Laois side as follows:

Tailteann Cup 2023: 

The Tailteann Cup is the annual second tier All Ireland football championship competition contested by the 16 county teams who do not qualify for the All Ireland Senior Football Championship with the winners of the 2023 Tailteann Cup going on to enter the 2024 All Ireland Senior Football Championship.

Laois played their opening Round 1 game last weekend with a loss away to Cavan, with the final Round 3 fixture at a neutral venue (Venue to be confirmed this coming Monday evening) against London set for the June Bank Holiday weekend.

Laois need to finish 1st or 2nd place in Group 3 to guarantee a place in the knockout stages of the competition. Or else, finish in the top 3 of all the 3rd placed teams across all groups.

2023 Tailteann Cup Upcoming Fixtures:

Group 3- Round 3: (Neutral) Laois vs London. June 4th/5th. Neutral Venue. Venue and Time TBC this Monday.

Preliminary Quarter-Finals: June 10th/11th

Quarter-Finals: June 17th/18th

Semi Finals: June 24th/25th

Final: July 15th/16th in Croke Park.


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