FIXTURES | Football Championships reach quarter-final stages in Senior, Intermediate and Junior grades

There’s also relegation finals taking place in the SFC, Premier JAFC and the JAFC.

It’s quarter-final time in the Limerick Football Championships with six ties to look forward to this weekend as well as three relegation finals.

In the Senior Football Championship, Fr Caseys take on Kildimo Pallaskenry, who are playing in their first knockout game at the top grade. That game will take in place in Newcastle West while St Kierans and Monaleen battle it out in Bruff for a place in the semi-final.

Ballylanders take on Galbally in the relegation final in a bid to stay in the SFC for the 2023 season.

Meanwhile, in the Intermediate Championship, there’s quarter-final ties between Mungret St Pauls and St Patricks as well as St Senans and Gerald Griffins.

There’s also last six ties in the Premier Junior Championship as well as a relegation final while Adare and Bruree battle it out in the JAFC relegation final.

All games played may go to extra-time.

See fixtures listed below:

Senior Football Championship

Quarter-Finals

Fr. Casey’s v Kildimo Pallaskenry (Saturday at 4pm in Newcastle West)

St. Kieran’s v Monaleen (Saturday at 4pm in Bruff)

Relegation Play-Off Final

Ballylanders v Galbally (Sunday at 2pm in Kilfinane)

Intermediate Football Championship

Quarter-Finals

Mungret v St. Patrick’s (Saturday at 4pm in Claughaun)

St. Senan’s v Gerald Griffins (Saturday at 4pm in The Bog Garden)

Premier Junior A Football Championship

Quarter-Finals

Athea v Cappamore (Saturday at 3pm in Clarina)

Feenagh Kilmeedy v Kilteely Dromkeen (Sunday at 1pm in Kilbreedy)

Relegation Play-Off Final

Ballybrown v Monaleen (Sunday at 1pm in Mungret)

Junior A Football Championship

Relegation Play-Off Final

Adare v Bruree (Saturday at 3pm in Ballingarry)

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