A round up of the championship action that took place across the midlands over the weekend.
In the Laois Senior Hurling Championship, there were wins for Rathdowney Errill and Clough/Ballacolla over Ballinakill and The Harps respectively.
Borris in Ossory Kilcotton drew with Rosenallis and Camross eventually ran out comfortable winners over Castletown. Clough/Ballacolla top their group, followed by Camross, then Castletown, then The Harps.
There were four games down for decision in the final group games in the Offaly football championship, Tullamore were clear winners over Cappincur to maintain their 100 per cent record. Edenderry similarly overcame Durrow with minimal fuss. Rhode beat Clara in Bord na Mona O'Connor Park, Ferbane overcame Shamrocks in a game marred by a bad injury to Shamrocks player Kieran Doolan.
Update from the @Tullamore_Court Offaly Senior Football Championship @tullamoregaa & @RhodeGAA into semi-finals as group winners— Official Offaly GAA (@Offaly_GAA) August 14, 2022
Quarter-finals are @ferbanegaa v @Clara_gaa_club & @EdenderryGAA v @shamrocksgaa
In Westmeath football, Tang surprised a few. They beat Killucan, there were wins for Tyrrellspass, Moate All Whites, Coralstown-Kinnegad and The Downs as well. While defending county champions St Loman's picked up a win against Mullingar Shamrocks.