Paul Kingston joins his brother Donie in attack as Laois opt to make three changes for tomorrow's Leinster SFC clash against Westmeath in Tullamore.
There's something eerily novel about the four Leinster SFC quarter-finals that are going down for decision this weekend.
The hosts staged a fabulous fightback but Laois held on to prevail by 0-11 to 2-3 at Wexford Park.
Westmeath forward Kieran Martin admits that the loss of so many key players has hampered their preparations for the Leinster SFC quarterfinal against Laois.
Ballyroan-Abbey's Enda McWey replaces Sean Michael Corcoran in the Laois team to face Wexford in the Leinster MFC tonight.
Westmeath look set to go into Saturday's Leinster SFC quarterfinal against Laois without marquee forward John Heslin.
The pressure has eased slightly on Laois manager Eamonn Kelly following their win over Antrim last weekend.
Laois manager John Sugrue is in no doubt that they need to improve their performance levels if they are to defeat Westmeath in Saturday's Leinster SFC quarterfinal.
A Co Laois Judge has taken aim at the GAA following an assault case arising from a brawl at an underage match came before her in court.
Matthew O'Hanlon has hit out at the controversial ruling that a team will be relegated from the Leinster SHC.
John Heslin accepts that it will be difficult for teams from the lower leagues to reach the Super 8s.
The first round SF championship draw will take place on Monday morning.
There were big wins for Monaghan and Fermanagh in the Ulster SFC over the while both Tipperary and Clare cleared quarter-final hurdles in Munster…
Limerick and Cork enjoyed winning starts to the Munster SHC while Kilkenny and Wexford edged out Offaly and Dublin respectively…
Twitter saluted Conor McManus' wonder point against Tyrone...
"We'll enjoy today but all it does is get us into the next round. We'll keep the head down and wait for two weeks' time."
"It's early doors. This is only round one. We'll have to go back to the drawing board again and look at that game."
There was action in three of the provinces this afternoon.
Laois secured their first win of the Joe McDonagh Cup at the third attempt at previously unbeaten Antrim's expense in Dunloy today.
Kilkenny issued a statement of intent when inflicting a 3-21 to 1-12 defeat on Wexford at Nowlan Park today.
Laois' incredible comeback victory over Wexford on Saturday captured the imagination. It was the best recovery of the GAA season to date, but far from the only one…
Injuries have forced Antrim into making changes for tomorrow's Joe McDonagh Cup encounter with Laois in Dunloy.
This weekend sees Ulster Gaels living in the six counties get one over their counterparts in the Republic.
The Laois team to face Dublin in the Leinster MHC tomorrow shows two changes in personnel from last weekend's defeat to Wexford.
Pete McGrath's eyebrow-raising outburst after Louth's meek surrender to Carlow on Sunday was certainly not unique in the history of the GAA.
Laois manager Eamonn Kelly admits that it is difficult to explain why the side have struggled to find their form in the Joe McDonagh Cup so far this year.
Laois manager John Sugrue revealed that they are looking to give the county's supporters a platform where they are proud of the side.
There are concerns over the fitness of Westmeath forward John Heslin ahead of their Leinster SFC clash against Laois on Saturday, May 26th.
The Lidl Teams of the 2018 Ladies National Football League have been revealed.
Music and spinning boxes were part of the fun at last night's TG4 Leinster Championships Launch at the Clanard Court Hotel in Athy.
Rory Gallagher says there is no appetite among players for a tiered football championship.
Check out who made the cut on our football team of the week...
Here are the players that stood out for us on the hurling fields over the weekend...
Wicklow's hopes of bringing All-Ireland champions Dublin to Aughrim for their Leinster SFC quarter-final clash have been dashed.
Twitter was full of get well soon messages from Mayo midfielder Tom Parsons following the horrific leg injury he sustained in yesterday's defeat to Galway...
"Look, every time they got a goal it was another nail in our coffin. But it's a game where you just have to keep going."
"Look, there's always relief when you achieve something that you know you're going to have to work very hard for and at the same time that's the same for every game, so it's nothing that's massively different, we just have to learn ourselves."
A dominant first half performance paved the way for an impressive Kerry victory over Laois in the second round of the Joe McDonagh Cup at Austin Stack Park, Tralee.