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Lee Chin leads Wexford to convincing win over Laois

Wexford march on to the quarter-finals of the All-Ireland after a 12-point win over Laois in O'Moore Park this afternoon in front of a sea of purple and gold in the stands and terrace of Portlaoise.

Wexford supporters turned out in their thousands to support Keith Rossiter's men and roared every score over the bar and cheered every sub like it was a match winning goal.

Lee Chin and Conor McDonald starred for the visitors, combining for 16 points in two excellent performances.

Laois won't be disappointed with their showing as they kept up with Wexford for a lot of the contest but Wexford's ability to score from range proved to be the difference in the end.

The Laois back line defended mightily on occasion to ensure they kept a clean sheet, while Aaron Dunphy's scoring from dead balls was top quality.

The visitors took an early lead through Cian Byrne and Conor McDonald, but they survived a scare in between when Jer Quinlan was hauled down for a penalty, however Mark Fanning denied his opposite number Enda Rowland with a save in his bottom left corner.

Aaron Dunphy and Picky Maher combined for four points in the opening quarter for Laois but a couple of Lee Chin frees kept the sides level and excellent scores from Conor Hearne and Simon Donohoe saw Wexford go ahead by two.

Aidan Corby struck for Laois with a long range effort on 15 minutes, but Wexford would rampage for the next 10 with seven unanswered.

McDonald, Chin, Liam Og McGovern, Tomas Kinsella and Cian Byrne were amongst the scorers in the rout, with two attempts from McDonald under intense pressure out wide being the picks of the litter.

Laois saw a number of efforts go awry before Dunphy and Maher were on the mark again but Chin hit back with another brace of frees as