Blackrock and Effin pick up PIHC wins | Hurling Round Up

There were a number of games across the Premier Intermediate, Intermediate and Junior A grades over the last week, with some big results.

In the Intermediate Championship, Knockainey and Granagh Ballingarry picked up big wins on Thursday to solidify their spots at the top of the group. Knockainey defeated Murroe Boher, while Granagh Ballingarry eased past Croom, who are without a win so far this term.

Elsewhere; MonageaKilteely Dromkeen and Templeglantine all picked up wins in the Junior A Championship on Thursday evening.

Croagh Kilfinny’s Adam Shanagher in action. Credit: Mungret St Pauls Facebook

Friday only featured three games in the Junior A championship, with  St Patrick’sMungret St Paul’s and Doon all picking up commanding wins.

Saturday’s action saw wins for Newcastle WestDromin Athlacca and Effin in the PIHC, all winning rather comfortably.

The results strengthen Effin’s position at the top of the group, while Dromin Athlacca and Newcastle West sit third and fourth respectively, both with four points.

A huge clash awaits Effin in two weeks time, as they meet second placed Bruff.

Kilmallock and Bruree managed to get over the line in the County Intermediate Hurling Championship, defeating Pallasgreen and Knockaderry.

Elsewhere, in the Junior A championship there were wins for CaherlineCrecora ManisterKilleedy and Feenagh Kilmeedy.

Paudie Leahy gets his shot off in the 2022 Limerick SHC clash between Mungret St Pauls and Blackrock. Credit: Mungret St Pauls Facebook

The biggest Limerick hurling clash on Sunday saw Blackrock defeat Na Piarsaigh by three points in the Premier Intermediate Hurling Championship.

The game, played in Bruff, sees Blackrock move to third in the group, with six points from their four games.

Na Piarsaigh sit in sixth on four points, having won two and lost two so far.

In the Intermediate Hurling Championship, Croagh Kilfinny picked up a massive win over Hospital Herbertstown, while 2022 Junior champions St Kieran’s beat Feohanagh by the minimum in a west derby.

The results see Croagh Kilfinny to the top of their group, while St Kieran’s sit third in Group 2.

In the Junior A Championship, Bruff and Dromcollogher-Broadford played out a draw in Feenagh, meaning the sides now have three and five points respectively.


County Intermediate Hurling Championship Results

Group 2
Murroe Boher 0-17 : 1-23 Knockainey
Granagh Ballingarry 4-28 : 1-14 Croom

County Junior A Hurling Championship Results

Group 1
Monagea 2-13 : 1-14 Ballybricken Bohermore
Kilteely Dromkeen 1-19 : 1-18 Askeaton

Group 2
Templeglantine 2-17 : 1-10 Claughaun


County Junior A Hurling Championship Results

Group 3
Ahane 1-11 : 1-24 St Patrick’s

Group 4
Mungret St Paul’s 5-27 : 0-12 Blackrock
Doon 3-20 : 1-14 Rathkeale


County Premier Intermediate Hurling Championship Results
Cappamore 1-18 : 0-23 Newcastle
Bruff 0-16 : 1-19 Dromin Athlacca
Glenroe 0-17 : 1-21 Effin

County Intermediate Hurling Championship Results

Group 1
Kilmallock 0-24 : 2-14 Pallasgreen
Bruree 0-25 : 1-17 Knockaderry

County Junior A Hurling Championship Results

Group 2
Garryspillane 0-17 : 4-22 Caherline
Crecora Manister 0-24 : 0-23 Tournafulla

Group 3
Old Christians 1-17 : 1-19 Killeedy
Castletown Ballyagran 0-13 : 0-19 Feenagh Kilmeedy


County Premier Intermediate Hurling Championship Results
Na Piarsaigh 0-14 : 0-17 Blackrock

County Intermediate Hurling Championship Results

Group 1
Croagh Kilfinny 2-23 : 0-12 Hospital Herbertstown

Group 2
St Kieran’s 1-10 : 0-12 Feohanagh

County Junior A Hurling Championship Results

Group 4
Bruff 0-16 : 1-13 Drom Broadford

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