Football Championship Final Round Fixtures confirmed

There are a pair of knockout berths in the senior championship left while the relegation play-off contenders will also be confirmed.

The final round of fixtures in the Limerick Football Championships have been confirmed for this weekend with the remaining knockout berths to be filled.

In the senior tier, Newcastle West are already assured of their semi-final berth but face Oola who aren’t out of relegation danger. St Kierans and Claughaun do battle in a game that has huge relegation implications while the meeting of KP and Caseys will decide who finishes 2nd and 3rd in the group.

In the other group, Adare and Ballylanders meet on Tuesday evening in their rescheduled clash. Regardless of the outcome there, Na Piarsaigh know a win over the South team will see them into the quarters with Monaleen, who play Galtee Gaels, already in the last six. Ballysteen, who aren’t out of the running take on Adare, who could already be qualified for the semi finals if they win on Tuesday.

In the Intermediate Championship, St Senans and St Patricks square off in an interesting tie where the winners will top their group.

County Senior Football Championship

Group 1

St Kieran’s V Claughaun, Saturday September 16th in Clarina at 6.00pm

Kildimo Pallaskenry V Fr Caseys, Saturday September 16th in Newcastle West at 6.00pm

Oola V Newcastle West, Saturday September 16th in Kilmallock at 6.00pm

Group 2

Ballylanders V Na Piarsaigh, Sunday September 17th in Bruff at 2.00pm

Ballysteen V Adare, Sunday September 17th in The Bog Garden at 2.00pm

Galtee Gaels V Monaleen, Sunday September 17th in Kilmallock at 2.00pm


County Intermediate Football Championship

St Patrick’s V St Senan’s, Saturday September 16th in Adare at 4.00pm

Castlemahon V Galbally, Saturday September 16th in Ballyagran at 4.00pm

Group 1

Pallasgreen V Rathkeale, Saturday September 16th in Mungret at 5.00pm

Glin V Dromcollogher Broadford, Saturday September 16th in Abbeyfeale at 5.00pm

Gerald Griffins V Mungret St Paul’s, Saturday September 16th in Askeaton at 5.00pm


County Premier Junior A Football Championship

Group 1

Ballybrown V Mountcollins, Sunday September 17th in Newcastle West at 5.00pm

Kilteely Dromkeen V Bruff, Sunday September 17th in Hospital 5.00pm

Monagea V Croom, Sunday September 17th in Feeangh 5.00pm

Group 2

Cappagh V Athea, Sunday September 17th in Foynes at 2.00pm

Granagh Ballingarry V Cappamore, Sunday September 17th in Kilbreedy at 2.00pm

Newcastle West V Feenagh Kilmeedy, Sunday September 17th in Quaid Park at 2.00pm


County Junior A Football Championship

Group 1

Banogue V Camogue Rovers, Saturday September 16th in Croom at 4.00pm

Ballybricken Bohermore V Hospital Herbertstown, Saturday September 16th in Caherconlish at 4.00pm

Group 2

Castletown Ballyagran V Monaleen, Sunday September 17th in Fedamore at 5.30pm

Fedamore V Mungret St Paul’s, Sunday September 17th in Rathbane at 5.30pm


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