Final fixtures confirmed with three more championships to be decided this weekend

There were four county finals played last weekend including the Limerick Senior Hurling Championship decider.

The fixtures for three more Limerick Club Championship finals have been confirmed for this weekend’s clashes.

On Sunday afternoon, Newcastle West and Adare meet in the Senior Football Championship final in Kilmallock at 2.45pm.

Earlier that afternoon, neighbours Castlemahon and Feenagh Kilmeedy meet in the Premier Junior Football Final in Tuornafulla at 11.45am.

On Saturday, St Kierans and Drom Broadford begin the finals weekend when they face off in Newcastle West at 2pm for the Junior A Hurling title.

Last week there were four county championships decided across football and hurling.

Na Piarsaigh and Croagh Kilfinny round out the county finals for the top four tiers when they meet in the Intermediate Hurling final on Sunday October 20 in Ballyagran.


Limerick Senior Football Championship Final

Newcastle West v Adare, Sunday November 6 in Kilmallock at 2.45pm

Limerick Premier Junior Football Championship Final

Feenagh Kilmeedy v Castlemahon, Sunday November 6 in Tournafulla at 11.45am

Limerick Junior A Hurling Championship Final

St Kierans v Drom Broadford, Saturday November 5 in Newcastle West at 2pm

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