Football titles on the line in action packed weekend | Weekly Football Fixtures

NCW are on the hunt for their third SFC title in a row, having beaten 2020 winners Adare in the previous two finals.

This weekend sees the Limerick football championships draw to a close, with finals set to be played in the Senior, Intermediate, Premier Junior and Junior A grades.

Reigning champions Newcastle West meet Adare in the Senior final once more, a fixture that has become familiar in recent years, and the game will be streamed live on Limerick GAA TV.

NCW are on the hunt for their third SFC title in a row, having beaten 2020 winners Adare in the previous two finals.

Jimmy Lee’s men were too strong for Monaleen in the semi-final, as a strong performance from Iain Corbett helped the west side to a third successive final, where Adare were waiting following a victory over Fr Casey’s, led by the impressive Hughie Bourke.

Bourke and Adare needed extra-time to reach the final, but the 2020 champions stepped up in the added period to get over the line.

10 November 2019; Iain Corbett of Newcastle West in action against Alan O’ Donovan of Nemo Rangers during the AIB Munster GAA Football Senior Club Championship Quarter-Final match between Nemo Rangers and Newcastle West at Mallow GAA Grounds in Mallow, Cork. Photo by Michael P Ryan/Sportsfile

Dromcollogher Broadford clash with Mungret St Paul’s in the Intermediate final. The game is being played in Askeaton on Saturday, and is available to watch on Limerick GAA TV.

Elsewhere, Feenagh Kilmeedy and Newcastle West will face off in the Premier Junior decider on Saturday, the tie fixed for Killeedy at 1pm.

Camogue Rovers lock horns with Mungret St Paul’s in the Junior A final, the game is fixed for 12pm in Fedamore.

Irish Wire Products Ltd County Senior Football Championship Final

Adare v Newcastle West, Sunday 5th November in TUS Gaelic Grounds at 2pm

Griffin Coaches County Intermediate Football Championship Final
Dromcollogher Broadford v Mungret St Paul’s, Saturday 4th November in Askeaton at 3pm

Woodlands House Hotel County Premier Junior A Football Championship Final

Feenagh Kilmeedy v Newcastle West, Saturday 4th November in Killeedy at 1pm

Woodlands House Hotel County Junior A Football Championship Final

Camogue Rovers v Mungret St Paul’s, Sunday 5th November in Fedamore at 12pm

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