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        Dublin 2-23 0-07 Laois Result

      • 76'

        Cormac Costello with his 7th point

      • 73'

        Cormac Costello 45'

      • 71'

        Cormac Costello with another free

      • 68'

        Cormac Costello 4th point

      • 64'

        Cormac Costello point

      • 61'

        Ross Munnelly point for Laois

      • 59'

        Cormac Costello with a nice point

      • 57'

        Brian Byrne point for Laois

      • 56'
        Brian Fenton Dublin

        Brian Fenton point

      • 54'

        Lovely point from Cormac Costello

      • 50'

        Con O'Callaghan point

      • 47'

        Brain Fenton point

      • 45'

        Gary Walsh gets Laois 4th point

      • 43'

        Brain Fenton point

      • 41'

        Ciarán Kilkenny GOAL

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        Ciarán Kilkenny point

      • 35'

        Dublin 1-07 0-02 Laois, Half time, 3.30pm

      • 35'

        Paddy Small puts Dublin 8pts up

      • 35'

        Niall Scully point

      • 32'

        Ciaran Kilkenny point

      • 25'

        Sean Bugler GOAL for Dublin

      • 25'

        Ciaran Kilkenny point, Dublin lead by 2pts

      • 22'

        Another Laois wide, they cannot afford to miss these chances

      • 21'

        Poor wide from Kieran Lillis

      • 20'

        Laois working really hard, going to be tough to keep it up

      • 17'

        Dublin 0-03 Laois 0-02 at the waterbreak

      • 12'

        Paul Kingston from play

      • 10'

        Dean Rock free

      • 7'

        Gary Walsh from play for Laois

      • 4'

        Dean Rock hits a 45'

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        Brian Fenton Dublin

        Brian Fenton points for Dublin after Laois hit the crossbar

      Results

      TeamLive ScoreOutcome
      Dublin 2-23
      Laois0-07

      Recap

      The All Ireland champions have another easy runout today as Dublin face Laois, we have live score commentary and starting team news.

      Dublin reminded everyone why they are very much the team to beat with a comfortable win over Westmeath last weekend. The Champions led throughout as Dessie Farrell’s stint in the hot seat got off to a convincing start. Now, they come up against Laois. It’s been two years since Laois last featured in a Leinster final. But, that was their first appearance since 2007. After having to battle past Longford to get to this semi-final, all the odds are stacked against Mike Quirke’s team.

      Laois were the slower to get going against Longford. In fact, they left it until the last 20 minutes before really getting themselves into the game. At that stage, Longford were five points up. If it wasn’t for two great saves by Niall Corbet in the Laois goal at the start of the second half, the game could have been over.

      But, sensing they were on their last chance, Laois came roaring back. Seven consecutive points turned the tables and sent them through but the win was far from convincing.

      There was a great spread of scorers for Laois with nine different contributors to their  1-16 tally. But, Corbet was their best player between the sticks. He will need to be at the ready again on Sunday to keep out the Dubs.

      Much of the talk about Dublin going into the Championship was about how the team would transition into the post-Gavin era. Seamlessly is the apparent answer. Dublin never really left third gear. Although there are some ponderings about their lack of a goal, it’s almost as if they just decided they didn’t need one.

      After going 0-4 to 0-0 up, the Dubs set the tone. From Cluxton’s precise kick-outs to Rock’s accuracy with the dead ball, the blue machine was purring. The likes of Seán Bugler and Robbie McDaid were able to get themselves on the scoresheet and claim their spot in the team.

      But, it was the ever-reliable Ciarán Kilkenny who stood out. The Castleknock man dictated play from 11 and scored 5 points of his own. In addition to this, he was more than willing to help out at the other end of the pitch, popping up in defence on more than one occasion.

      The only complaint Farrell can have is losing Eoin Murchan to an apparent injury. However, the Dubs in reserve are more than just second-stringers. Whatever team Farrell chooses should be too much to Laois to handle.

      This semi-final is live on the RTÉ NEws Channel after Meath vs Kildare.

      Dublin are a short 1/500. Meanwhile, Laois are 20/1 for an upset and a draw is 50/1.

      Prediction: Dublin.

      Team News

      Dublin : Stephen Cluxton; Michael Fitzsimons, Jonny Cooper, Eoin Murchan; James McCarthy, John Small, Robert McDaid; Brian Fenton, Tom Lahiff; Niall Scully, Ciaran Kilkenny, Sean Bugler; Paddy Small, Con O’Callaghan, Dean Rock

      Leinster Championship Semi-Final: Dublin vs Laois, Sunday, 15th November, 15:30 (Croke Park).

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      Details

      DateTimeLeagueSeasonMatch DayFull Time
      November 15, 202015:30Leinster Championship202015/1170'

      Venue

      Croke Park, Dublin
      Croke Park, Jones\'s Road, Clonliffe East, Ballybough B ED, Dublin 3, Dublin, County Dublin, Leinster, D01 WY49, Ireland

      Dublin

      # PlayerPosition
      Philly McMahonDefender
      David ByrneDefender
      Brian FentonMidfielder
      Dean RockForward
      James McCarthyDefender
      Stephen CluxtonGoal Keeper
      Evan ComerfordGoal Keeper
      Michael FitzsimonsDefender
       Total 

      Laois

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