Final knockout places up for grabs in Senior, Intermediate and Junior Hurling Ranks | Final Round Fixtures

There are games to be played across all four of Limerick hurling’s top tiers this weekend, with knockout places at stake.

The knockout berths in the senior, intermediate and junior championship will all be known by the conclusion of this weekend as the final round games take place.

In the premier intermediate championship, we are down to the penultimate round as the battle for the top four heats up.

Na Piarsaigh face Kilmallock, which is a repeat of last year’s final, in the pick of the games in the Senior hurling championship, with the defending champions needing a win to secure their semi-final berth.

Limerick Senior Hurling Championship Semi-Final, LIT Gaelic Grounds, Limerick 22/9/2019 Kilmallock vs Na Piarsaigh Na Piarsaigh’s Kevin Downes with Aaron Costello of Kilmallock Mandatory Credit ©INPHO/Oisin Keniry

Ahane have a chance of reaching the knockout rounds, should they defeat Doon, and that game is perhaps the one with the most on the line this weekend while Doon know anything but defeat will be enough to secure a quarter final berth.

In group two, Mungret St Paul’s and Ballybrown control their own fate, knowing a win in their clash will seal promotion. Mungret are through to the quarters regardless but Ballybrown could be caught should they lose.

Garryspillane and South Liberties meet in a winner takes all clash with the loser relegated to the premier intermediate grade for 2024.

In the PIHC, Bruff and Effin lock horns in a spectacular tie, both sides level on eight points at the top of the group. All eight premier intermediate teams are in action over the weekend with just four places on offer in the penultimate pair of rounds.

Elsewhere, the final six in the intermediate championship and the quarter-finalists in the junior will be confirmed come Sunday evening.


County Senior Hurling Championship

Group 1

  • Na Piarsaigh V Kilmallock, Saturday 23 September in Doon at 5.00pm
  • Doon V Ahane, Saturday 23 September in Caherconlish at 5.00pm (LIVE STREAM)
  • Patrickswell V Kildimo Pallaskenry, Saturday 23 September in Kilmallock at 5.00pm

Group 2

  • Garryspillane V South Liberties, Thursday 21 September in Adare at 7.30pm (LIVE STREAM)
  • Mungret St Paul’s V Ballybrown, Sunday 24 September in Claughaun at 2.00pm (LIVE STREAM)
  • Adare V Monaleen, Sunday 24 September in Bruff at 2.00pm

County Premier Intermediate Hurling Championship

  • Cappamore V Blackrock, Saturday 23 September in Hospital at 3.00pm
  • Na Piarsaigh V Newcastle West, Sunday 24 September in Croagh at 5.00pm
  • Glenroe V Dromin Athlacca, Sunday 24 September in Kilfinane at 1.00pm
  • Bruff V Effin, Saturday 23 September in Kilmallock at 3.15pm (LIVE STREAM)

County Intermediate Hurling Championship

Group 1

  • Knockaderry V Hospital Herbertstown, Sunday 24 September in Ballyagran at 2.00pm
  • Bruree V Pallasgreen, Sunday 24 September in Claughaun at 2.00pm
  • Kilmallock V Croagh Kilfinny, Sunday 24 September in Feenagh at 2.00pm

Group 2

  • Feohanagh V Croom, Sunday 24 September in Ballingarry at 1.00pm
  • St Kieran’s V Knockainey, Sunday 24 September in Fedamore at 5.00pm
  • Murroe Boher V Granagh Ballingarry, Sunday 24 September in Caherdavin at 5.00pm

County Junior A Hurling Championship

Group 1

  • Ballybricken Bohermore V Askeaton, Sunday 24 September in Clarina at 5.00pm
  • Monagea V Patrickswell, Sunday 24 September in Kilmallock at 5.00pm
  • Staker Wallace V Kilteely Dromkeen, Sunday 24 September in Hospital at 5.00pm

Group 2

  • Claughaun V Tournafulla, Saturday 23 September in Feeangh at 3.00pm
  • Templeglantine V Caherline, Saturday 23 September in Ballyagran at 3.00pm
  • Garryspillane V Crecora Manister, Saturday 23 September in Bruff at 3.00pm

Group 3

  • St Patrick’s V Feenagh Kilmeedy, Saturday 23 September in Croom at 5.00pm
  • Ahane V Killeedy, Sunday 24 September in Kilbreedy at 5.00pm
  • Old Christians V Castletown Ballyagran, Sunday 24 September in Knocklong at 5.00pm

Group 4

  • Blackrock V Rathkeale, Sunday 24 September in Quaid Park at 2.00pm
  • Mungret St Paul’s V Dromcollogher Broadford, Sunday 24 September in Askeaton at 5.00pm
  • Bruff V Doon, Sunday 24 September in Kilteely at 5.00pm

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