FIXTURES: Limerick Club Hurling (July 16th – 19th)

With plenty of intercounty action on this weekend, there’s still club hurling games to be enjoyed around Limerick.

The Limerick hurlers face off against Tipperary on Sunday 18th at 16:00 in the Munster final.

8 May 2021; Richie English of Limerick in action against Niall O’Meara of Tipperary during the Allianz Hurling League Division 1 Group A Round 1 match between Limerick and Tipperary at LIT Gaelic Grounds in Limerick. Photo by Stephen McCarthy/Sportsfile

As for the Limerick league hurling, there’s a mixed bag of limited fixtures to be enjoyed over the weekend from senior to intermediate.

Check out the list below.

East Senior League

Doon v Pallasgreen – Saturday 7th July, 19:00 – Venue: Caherconlish

West Intermediate League

Croagh Kilfinny v Feenagh Kilmeedy – Friday 16th July, 19:30 – Venue: Croagh

East Intermediate League

Doon v Ahane – Friday 16th July, 19:30 – Venue: Doon

Ballybricken Bohermore v Caherline – Monday 19th July, 19:00 – Venue: Cappamore

City Intermediate League

Patrickswell v Na Piarsaigh – Monday 19th July, 19:00 – Venue: Childers Rd

South Intermediate League

Killmallock v Croom – Monday 19th July, 19:00 – Venue: Bruff

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