FIXTURES | Intermediate and Junior A Hurling semi-finals confirmed

There’s plenty of action to look forward to in the Limerick hurling scene this weekend with a number of semi-finals to be played.

The draws for the Limerick Intermediate and Junior A Hurling semi-finals have been confirmed with each tie to take place this weekend.

In the Intermediate Championship, Na Piarsaigh will face Granagh Ballingarry while Croagh Kilfinny meet Pallasgreen.

Pallasgreen’s Colin Ryan

In the Junior Championship, last year’s runners up, St Kierans will meet Killeedy while Drom Broadford take on Patrickswell.

Mungret and Ballybrown will battle it out in Rhebogue on Thursday in the rescheduled Senior Hurling Cup Final. On Sunday, Kildimo Pallaskenry take on South Liberties in the SHC Division 1B final. The latter are fresh from a semi-final defeat to Na Piarsaigh while their opponents were defeated in the quarter-final.

See full list of fixtures below:

Senior Hurling Cup Final

Mungret v Ballybrown (Thursday at 8pm in Rhebogue)

Senior Division 1B Final

Kildimo Pallaskenry v South Liberties (Sunday at 1pm in Mungret)

Intermediate Hurling Championship


Na Piarsaigh v Granagh Ballingarry (Sunday at 1pm in Clarina)

Craogh Kilfinny v Pallasgreen (Sunday at 3pm in Claughaun)

Junior A Hurling Championship


Drom Broadford v Patrickswell (Saturday at 3pm in Croagh)

St. Kierans v Killeedy (Saturday at 3pm in Newcastle West)

Relegation Final

Ballybrown v Ahane (Sunday at 12pm in Fedamore)

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