Final knockout berth to be filled in group one of the SFC | Sunday Football Fixtures

The Caherdavin have the edge but know Ballysteen can capitalise if they fail in their battle with Ballylanders.

The final round of the football champoinship in the top four tiers in Limerick will draw to a close today with eleven games to be played at varying points.

In the senior championship, there is one quarter-final spot to be filled with Na Piarsaigh and Ballysteen in the running. The Caherdavin have the edge but know Ballysteen can capitalise if they fail in their battle with Ballylanders. Adare are into the semi-finals with Monaleen in the quarters.

In group one of the premier junior championship, there are four sides fighting for the three knockout berths where Croom are the only side assured of moving out of the group. On the other side, Feenagh Kilmeedy and Newcastle West face in a top of the table clash while Cappagh will also reach the quarters.

Group two of the junior championship will also be decided with Fedamore having the chance to go top against unbeaten Mungret St Pauls while Monaleen are also in contention when they meet second placed Castletown Ballyagran.

County Senior Football Championship

Group 2

Ballylanders V Na Piarsaigh, Sunday September 17th in Bruff at 2.00pm

Ballysteen V Adare, Sunday September 17th in The Bog Garden at 2.00pm

Galtee Gaels V Monaleen, Sunday September 17th in Kilmallock at 2.00pm

County Premier Junior A Football Championship

Group 1

Ballybrown V Mountcollins, Sunday September 17th in Newcastle West at 5.00pm

Kilteely Dromkeen V Bruff, Sunday September 17th in Hospital at 5.00pm

Monagea V Croom, Sunday September 17th in Feeangh at 5.00pm

Group 2

Cappagh V Athea, Sunday September 17th in Foynes at 2.00pm

Granagh Ballingarry V Cappamore, Sunday September 17th in Kilbreedy at 2.00pm

Newcastle West V Feenagh Kilmeedy, Sunday September 17th in Quaid Park at 2.00pm

County Junior A Football Championship

Group 2

Castletown Ballyagran V Monaleen, Sunday September 17th in Fedamore at 5.30pm

Fedamore V Mungret St Paul’s, Sunday September 17th in Rathbane at 5.30pm

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