FIXTURES | SHC, IHC & JAHC group stages come to a close this weekend with the penultimate round of Premier IHC

Knockout and relegation places will be confirmed in the three championships this weekend.

As the curtain draws on the group stages of three of the four championships, the last round of fixtures will decide the fate of a number of clubs.

All sides are in action over the weekend from all four championships as the Premier IHC also enters its penultimate round with a number of places yet to be decided.

In the group one of the SHC, Kilmallock and Doon will battle it out for the final semi-final place as they both sit on six points ahead of their clash. Patrickswell, Ahane and Adare are the sides fighting for relegation with one of the three to advance to the quarter-finals.

On the other hand, group two is a lot tighter with five sides battling out for the two quarter-final places and that coveted promotion.

There’s opportunities for sides in the Premier IHC to edge closer to the top four places ahead of the final round while there’s a number of places to be decided in the IHC and the Junior A’s final round.

The fixtures are as follows:

Senior Hurling Championship

Round V

Group 1

Ahane v Na Piarsaigh (Sunday 2:30pm in Kilmallock)

Doon v Kilmallock (Sunday 2:30pm in Fedamore)

Adare v Patrickswell (Sunday 2:30pm in Askeaton)

Group 2

South Liberties v Ballybrown (Saturday 5pm in Fedamore)

Blackrock v Mungret St Pauls (Saturday 5pm in Ballyagran)

Garryspillane v Kildimo Pallaskenry (Saturday 5pm in Caherconlish)

Premier Intermediate Hurling Championship

Round VI

Knockainey v Monaleen (Saturday 1pm in Bruff)

Bruff v Glenroe (Saturday 2pm in Kilfinane)

Dromin-Athlacca v Newcastle West (Sunday 1pm in Feenagh)

Effin v Cappamore (Sunday 2pm in Knocklong)

Intermediate Hurling Championship

Round V

Group 1

Feohanagh v Croom (Sunday 5pm in Ballingarry)

Caherline v Murroe Boher (Sunday 5pm in Cappamore)

Na Piarsaigh v Bruree (Sunday 5pm in Ballybrown)

Group 2

Pallasgreen v Hospital Herbertstown (Saturday 3pm in Kilteely)

Kilmallock v Granagh Ballingarry (Saturday 3pm in Ballyagran)

Knockaderry v Croagh Kilfinny (Saturday 3pm in The Bog Garden)

Junior A Hurling Championship

Round V

Group 1

Staker Wallace v Drom. Broadford (Sunday 1pm in Ballyagran)

Crecora Manister v Templeglantine (Sunday 1pm in Knockaderry)

Blackrock v Ballybricken Boher. (Sunday 1pm in Hospital)

Group 2

Castletown Ballyagran v Killeedy (Sunday 4:30pm in Dromcollogher)

Claughaun v Monagea (Sunday 4:30pm in Croagh)

Ahane v St. Patrick’s (Sunday 5pm in Monaleen)

Group 3

Mungret St. Pauls v St. Kieran’s (Friday 8:15pm in Doon)

Doon v Feenagh Kilmeedy (Saturday 1pm in Kilmallock)

Ballybrown v Askeaton (Saturday 1pm in Adare)

Group 4

Old Christians v Garryspillane (Saturday 2:30pm in Ballybricken Bohermore)

Kilteely Dromkeen v Tournafulla (Saturday 2:30pm in Kilbreedy)

Patrickswell v Rathkeale (Saturday 2:30pm in Ballingarry)

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