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Published: 22:00 | 21/6/16

Laois and Armagh to meet on July 2

Laois and Armagh will replay their All-Ireland first round qualifier in Portlaoise on Saturday, July 2.

The GAA's Central Competition Controls Committee ordered the replay after it emerged that Laois had use one extra substitute in their 1-10 to 0-10 win at O'Moore Park on Saturday.

Despite having already used their quota of six substitutes, Shane Murphy was introduced for the black-carded Brendan Quigley in the final minute of injury-time with Ross Munnelly going on to score a point to secure a three-point victory.

GAA rules state that the game can be awarded to the opposing team or be forced to play a replay or be fined, depending on the circumstances and the CCCC has recommended a replay.

The game has been fixed for Saturday week in Portlaoise and will have a knock-on effect on the qualifier series as Laois were due to play Clare in the second round on the same day.

The winners of the replay will now play Clare on the weekend of July 9-10.

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