Leinster Hurling Championship: Laois 1-16 0-13 Antrim
Antrim fell to a surprise six-point defeat by Laois in Saturday night's Leinster Hurling Championship first round game at O'Moore Park.
Tommy Fitzgerald got the goal with the hosts' first score of the game and the three-pointer proved crucial.
Laois will have a local derby in the last eight as they take on Carlow who comprehensively defeated London 4-17 to 2-13 earlier on Saturday.
Shane McNaughton and Neil McManus scored five points each for Antrim.
All bar three points of the O'Moore's tally came from open play in a game where Zane Keenan and Brian Dunne led by example for the hosts.
In a keenly-contested encounter, little separated the teams in the opening 35 minutes, with the score tied on two occasions.
However, Pat Critchley's side finished with four of the final six points before the break - Brian Dunne impressive with three points from play as they held a 1-6 to 0-7 interval lead.
The Saffrons matched the hosts point for point over the third quarter, but Laois held Antrim scoreless in the closing 14 minutes.
Saturday 18 May
Carlow 4-17 2-13 London
Laois 1-16 0-13 Antrim
Christy Ring Cup quarter-finals
Down 3-07 0-09 Derry
Wicklow 2-10 0-17 Kildare
Nicky Rackard Cup quarter-finals
Monaghan 5-12 2-07 Sligo
Roscommon 2-14 0-13 Louth
Lory Meagher Cup
Warwickshire P-P Liatroim
Longford 6-13 1-10 Fermanagh
Sunday 19 May
Galway v Mayo (Pearse Stadium, 16:00)
Westmeath v Carlow (Mullingar, 15:30)
Cavan v Armagh (Breffni Park, 14:00)