FIXTURES | Battle for knockout places heat up with full set of hurling fixtures this weekend

There will be 56 teams in action this weekend as the hurling championships continue.

The fourth round of SHC, IHC and Junior A Hurling Championship will be played this weekend as well as the fifth round of the Premier Intermediate Hurling Championship.

Club hurling action returned in Limerick last weekend and threw up some cracking ties from all divisions, in a weekend where favourites SHC Na Piarsaigh secured their qualification spot with two to play.

They will face a struggling Adare side this weekend, who have it all to be play for sitting on just one point after three. Ahane are in the same boat with their only point coming from a draw between the two sides and they face the task of stopping reigning champions Kilmallock, who will want to further their chance of a semi-final place.

Doon and Patrickswell meet in this week’s live clash with four teams level on as many points in group two of the top tier.

There’s also fixtures in the Premier Intermediate Hurling Championship, IHC and the Junior A Hurling Championship to look forward to this weekend.

Fixtures are listed below:

Senior Hurling Championship

Group 1

Kilmallock v Ahane (Friday 6pm in Doon)

Na Piarsaigh v Adare (Saturday 6pm in Ballybrown)

Patrickswell v Doon (Saturday 6pm in Kilmallock)

Group 2

Ballybrown v Garryspillane (Thursday 6pm in Caherconlish)

Mungret St. Pauls v South Liberties (Friday at 6pm in Childers Rd.)

Kildimo Pallaskenry v Blackrock (Saturday 2pm in Ballyagran)

Premier Intermediate Hurling Championship

Bruff v Newcastle West (Thursday 6pm in Feenagh)

Dromin-Athlacca v Monaleen (Saturday at 5pm in Fedamore)

Knockainey v Cappamore (Sunday at 1pm in Kilteely)

Effin v Glenroe (Sunday at 6pm in Kilfinane)

Intermediate Hurling Championship

Group 1

Croom v Na Piarsaigh (Thursday 6pm in Mungret)

Bruree v Caherline (Saturday 4pm in Hospital)

Murroe Boher v Feohanagh (Sunday at 1pm in Ballybrown)

Group 2

Granagh Ballingarry v Pallasgreen (Sunday 1pm in Bruff)

Croagh Kilfinny v KIlilmallock (Sunday 1pm in Newcaslte West)

Hospital Herbertstown v Knockaderry (Sunday 6pm in Kilmallock)

Junior A Hurling Championship

Group 1

Ballybricken Boher. v Crecora Manister (Saturday 6pm in Cappamore)

Templeglantine v Staker Wallace (Sunday 1pm in Feenagh)

Drom. Broadford v Blackrock (Sunday 1pm in Ballyagran)

Group 2

Killeedy v Ahane (Saturday 6pm in Croagh)

St, Patrick’s v Claughaun (Saturday 6pm in Caherdavin)

Monagea v Castletown Ballyagran (Sunday 3pm in Dromcollogher)

Group 3

Feenagh Kilmeedy v Ballybrown (Sunday 12pm in Croagh)

Askeaton v Mungret St. Pauls (Sunday 6pm in Ballybrown)

St. Kieran’s v Doon (Sunday 6pm in Childers Rd.

Group 4

Rathkeale v Kilteely Dromkeen (Thursday 6pm in Kilbreedy)

Tournafulla v Old Christians (Saturday 3pm in The Bog Garden)

Garryspillane v Patrickswell (Sunday 6pm in Caherconlish)

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