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Kieran Lillis restored the Laois lead, with the help of the post, before two fine points from Donie Kingston threatened to push Laois into a commanding position.
Offaly dug their heels in at this stage, buoyed by a superb save from Paddy Dunican as he denied Colm Murphy from point-blank range.
Scorers for Offaly: Ruairí Mc Namee 0-4, Bernard Allen, Niall Mc Namee (0-1 free), Paddy Dunican (all frees) 0-3 each, Anton Sullivan, Johnny Moloney 0-1 each.
LAOIS: Graham Brody; Stephen Attride, Denis Booth, Gareth Dillon; Trevor Collins, Robert Pigott, Patrick O’Sullivan; John O’Loughlin, Kieran Lillis; Daniel O’Reilly, Donie Kingston, Marty Scully; Paul Kingston, Colm Murphy, Ross Munnelly.
They will now enter Monday’s draw eyeing up a scalp to take their place in the Super 8s for the first time.
After a ten-minute delay to accommodate the unexpected crowd which descended on O’Moore Park, Paul Kingston got Laois off to flying start with a point after 17 seconds.
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All-Ireland SFC Round 3 Qualifier LAOIS 0-20 OFFALY 0-15 By Rory Delaney at O'Moore Park Laois edged out neighbours Offaly in a thrilling Midlands derby in O’Moore Park on Saturday night.
A powerful start to the second half proved to be the difference between the teams, as Laois opened up a six point lead and had enough nous and ability to hold Offaly at bay for the rest of the game.Things are only going from bad to worse for a side that will play in the Joe Mc Donagh Cup in 2019.