DERRY 1-18 LAOIS 2-11
Derry added Laois to their list of qualifier scalps as they booked their place in the All-Ireland quarter-finals at Breffni Park.
Paddy Bradley kicked seven points from frees as the Oak Leafers held off a late comeback bid from Laois.
The Leinster side were 0-5 to 0-1 down early on but two injury-time points from Colm Parkinson left them trailing by 0-9 to 0-8 at half-time.
Goals from Padraig McMahon and Billy Sheehan sandwiched a Paul Murphy major but it was Derry who finished the stronger.
DERRY: B Gillis; M McGoldrick, K McCloy, G O'Kane (0-1); L Hinphey, SM Lockhart, F McEldowney; F Doherty (0-1), J Conway (0-1); M Lynch (0-2), P Murphy (1-2), E Muldoon; C Devlin (0-1), Paddy Bradley (0-7, 0-7f), C Gilligan (0-3, 0-2f).
Subs used: J Keenan for Hinphey (half-time), K McGuckin for McGoldrick (47 mins), R Wilkinson for Murphy (54), G Donaghy for Lynch (61), Patsy Bradley for Gilligan (67).
LAOIS: F Byron; C Ryan, T Kelly, J Higgins (0-1); P McMahon (1-0), A Fennelly, B McCormack (0-1); P Clancy, B Quigley; P O'Leary, K Fitzpatrick, C Parkinson (0-3); M Tierney (0-4, 0-3f), P Lawlor (0-1), R Munnelly (0-1).
Subs used: R Stapleton for Ryan (21 mins), B Sheehan (1-0) for Lawlor (42), D Brennan for Fitzpatrick (60).
Referee: Joe McQuillan (Cavan)