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first_img Previous articleTeagasc Farm Succession seminar in Carlow this Thursday, September 26Next articleLIVE BLOG: Follow all the action from the Laois Camogie Intermediate and Junior Finals Steven Millerhttp://www.laoistoday.ieSteven Miller is owner and managing editor of LaoisToday.ie. From Laois, Steven studied Journalism in DCU and has 14 years experience in the media, almost 10 of those in an editorial role. Husband of Emily, father of William and Lillian, he’s happiest when he’s telling stories or kicking a point. Previewing Saturday’s Laois intermediate and junior hurling finals Facebook By Steven Miller – 21st September 2019 Here are all of Wednesday’s Laois GAA results Pinterest Kelly and Farrell lead the way as St Joseph’s claim 2020 U-15 glory Twitter TAGSBorris-KilcottonBorris-Kilcotton v CamrossCamrossLaois IHCLaois JHCPark Ratheniska-Timahoe v The Harps WhatsApp Pinterest GAA It’s going to be a busy evening in O’Moore Park with two hurling county finals down for decision.We look ahead to the action here.Laois IHC Final – Camross v Borris-KilcottonIn O’Moore Park at 7.30pmTwelve months on from losing to neighbours Slieve Bloom in the intermediate final, Camross are back for another shot at glory in this grade.Yet despite it being the same grade, it’s a vastly different team, one that can call on an array of senior players.Crucially, too, they haven’t been weakened by losing any players to the senior grade, despite a tricky quarter-final clash against Castletown last night.They have a fine team at this grade with Damien Keenan controlling affairs from centre-back in a defence that also includes former seniors Malvin Moloney and Michael Phelan with former senior keeper Tadhg Doran behind them in goals.The team gets younger further up the field but there’s a good spread of quality too – in the likes of Colin Palmer, Odhran Phelan, Matthew Collier and Oisin Bennett who scored 2-4 in the semi-final win over Clough-Ballacolla.Both sides arrive to the final unbeaten with Borris-Kilcotton recording narrow wins over Rathdowney-Errill and Clough-Ballacolla in the first two games and then six points to spare over Mountmellick in the semi-final. Camross eased past Ballypickas and Trumera in their first two games before Clough-Ballacolla gave them their toughest challenge in the semi-final. Borris-Kilcotton can call on the likes of reliable free-taker Emmet Jones and the experienced John Wall, Chris Jones, Owen Drennan and Bill Meade.The sides previously met in the Division 2 league final (which had to be re-fixed following a brawl in the original game) but Camross won that league title as well as the regular game between the two.They can make it three from three this evening and complete the league and championship double.Prediction: CamrossLaois JHC Final – Park-Ratheniska/Timahoe v The HarpsIn O’Moore Park at 6pmThe curtain raiser in O’Moore Park sees Laois’s newest hurling club Park-Ratheniska/Timahoe take on The Harps in the junior decider.Park-Ratheniska/Timahoe, who were relegated from intermediate in their first year together 12 months ago, will be hoping to make their stay in the junior grade a short one.And they come in as slight favourites having won all three games en route to the final, seeing off Rathdowney-Errill, Abbeyleix and then Portlaoise in their toughest game in the semi-final.The Harps, who won the Junior ‘B’ grade in 2014 but have had limited adult successes to celebrate, went the scenic route to the final. They lost to Portlaoise in the opening round but recovered to beat Borris-Kilcotton, Abbeyleix and then last year’s beaten finalists Castletown after a replay in the semi-final. They can call on a number of players with senior experience and having been in U-17, U-19 and U-21 finals last year they also have a lot of youth they can call on.The experience comes in the likes of John Prior and Brian Clancy while goalkeeper Lorcan Fitzpatrick, Fionn Whelan and Evan Deegan and are fine players too.Park-Ratheniska/Timahoe will be hoping that Robbie Foyle can overcome injury to play a part while Jimmy Langton, Sean Tynan, Paschal Foyle, Geoff Kennedy and goalkeeper Ger Ramsbottom will be central to their cause.The Harps will be slight underdogs despite playing in a division higher than Park-Ratheniska/Timahoe in the league.But the new kids on the block won that Division 3 final impressively and they can cap off the season in style this evening.Prediction: Park-RatheniskaSEE ALSO – Camross come good in second half to see off neighbours Castletown Home Sport GAA Previewing Saturday’s Laois intermediate and junior hurling finals SportGAAHurling RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR WhatsApp Facebook GAA GAA 2020 U-15 ‘B’ glory for Ballyroan-Abbey following six point win over Killeshin Twitterlast_img read more

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