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Laois v Antrim match reaction — with Shane Stapleton

Shane Stapleton was at Parnell Park to see the All-Ireland SHC preliminary round clash of Laois and Antrim

Shane Stapleton was at Parnell Park to see the All-Ireland SHC preliminary round clash of Laois and Antrim.

Laois 2-27 Antrim 2-21
Paddy Purcell scored 2-2 as Laois retained their Liam MacCarthy Cup status and secured a place in Monday’s qualifier draw.

Antrim trailed by 11 points early in the second half but could have been back within three, only for Enda Rowland saving Neil McManus’ penalty on 46 minutes.

Laois lost full-back Sean Downey to a black card for ten minutes and then Ross King to a second yellow card, but rode out the storm to win by six.

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