3-17 - 0-27Full Time
Laois Hurling
    Clare Hurlers
      • 79'

        Full time Clare : 0-27(27) Laois : 3-17(26)

      • 77'

        Laois point from free Mark Cavanagh

      • 74'

        Clare : 0-27(27) Laois : 3-16(25) Point from play Willie Dunphy

      • 70'

        Laois goal from play Aaron Dunphy

      • 67'

        Clare : 0-26(26) Laois : 2-14(20) Clare point from play Seadhna Morey

      • 65'

        Willie Dunphy & Tony Kelly trade scores

      • 60'

        Laois 2-13 (19) Clare 0-24 (24) Ciarán McEvoy pint for Laois

      • 56'

        Laois point from free Mark Cavanagh

      • 54'

        Clare point from play Ryan Taylor

      • 48'

        Clare points from play Aaron Shannagher & Tony Kelly

      • 46'

        Willie Dunphy & Cathal Malone trade scores

      • 42'

        Laois point from free Mark Cavanagh, Point from Tony Kelly

      • 41'

        Laois point from play Paddy Purcell

      • 38'

        Laois goal from play James Keyes

      • 35'

        Clare 0-16 Laois 1-06 at half time

      • 35'

        Mark Cavanagh and two Tony Kelly points3

      • 33'

        Two more points fro Tony Kelly

      • 28'

        Laois point from play Jack Kelly

      • 26'

        Colin Guilfoyle point

      • 26'

        Tony Kelly from play and from a free

      • 20'

        Ryan Taylor & Ross King trade scores

      • 16'

        Clare point from play Tony Kelly

      • 13'

        Laois point from free Ross King

      • 11'

        Clare point from play Tony Kelly, sides are level

      • 8'

        Clare point from free Tony Kelly

      • 7'

        Laois point from play Mark Cavanagh

      • 5'

        Laois goal from play Ross King

      • 4'

        Clare point from play David McInerney

      • 4'

        Aaron Dunphy with Laois’ opening score

      • 3'

        Clare point from play David McInerney

      • 2'

        Clare point from play Seadhna Morey

      • Laois : Enda Rowland; Lee Cleere, Sean Downey, Donnchadh Hartnett; Jack Kelly, Padraig Delaney, Ryan Mullaney; Fiachra C Fennell, Patrick Purcell; Aaron Dunphy, Willie Dunphy, James Keyes; Mark Kavanagh, Ross King, Stephen Maher.

      • Clare : Eibhear Quilligan; Rory Hayes, Conor Cleary, Paul Flanagan; Stephen O'Halloran, Aidan McCarthy, Seadna Morey; David McInerney, Tony Kelly; Cathal Malone, David Reidy, Colin Guilfoyle; Shane O'Donnell, Aron Shanagher, Ryan Taylor.


      TeamLive ScoreOutcome


      Its knockout hurling, Laois vs Clare:  Starting teams and Live score commentary for the match that starts at 1:15pm on Saturday.

      Unlike the football Championship, the Hurling Championship is giving teams a second chance this year. The first qualifying round takes place on Saturday. First up, Laois and Clare do battle to stay in the competition.

      Laois lost out to Dublin in their opener by fourteen points, failing to replicate last year’s upset. But, this was the stage of the competition where they came alive in 2019.

      Laois were hit hard with absences for the Dublin game but there were silver linings among the wreckage. For example, Eamonn Dillon hit 1-1 off the bench to put his hand up for selection on Saturday. Likewise, Ronan Broderick, Fiachra Fennell and James Keyes made debuts to make up for the absentees such as Matthew Whelan, Joe Phelan, John Lennon, Eanna Lyons and Cha Dwyer.

      The midlands county had a decent second half against Dublin. However, the concession of 1-17 in the first 35 minutes meant the damage was done. Furthermore, there was evidence of tired legs on the open Croke Park field in the final ten minutes. Hopefully this was just a result of a seven-month interval.

      On the other hand, Clare fell to Limerick by ten points in the Munster Championship quarter-final. At half-time they were very much deadlocked with 2013 Player of the Year Tony Kelly leading them out.

      But, it was Limerick who came out firing in the second half and soon Clare found themselves at a deficit they couldn’t overturn, despite Kelly’s heroics.

      Clare are very much favourites to continue in the competition. Paddy Power have priced the Banner men at 1/20 versus Laois’ 8/1. Meanwhile, a draw is 20/1.

      The winner will take on Wexford the following week after their loss to Galway last weekend.

      The game is live on GAAGo.

      Prediction: Clare.

      Hurling All-Ireland Qualifier Round 1: Laois vs Claire, Saturday, November 7th, 13:15 (Nowlan Park).

      GAA Fixtures – Munster & Leinster Hurling fixtures 2020




      Date Time League Season Match Day Full Time
      November 7, 2020 13:15 All Ireland Championship 2020 2020 07/11/20 70'


      Nowlan Park, Kilkenny
      Nowlan Park, O\'Loughlin Road, Pennefatherslot, Kilkenny No.2 Urban, The Municipal District of Kilkenny City, County Kilkenny, Leinster, R95T2HA, Ireland





      Past Meetings

      GAA – Division 1B Hurling
      Cusack Park