Four games across the Intermediate and Junior Championships headline | Friday Football Fixtures

There are four games to be played in the Limerick football championships this evening across the Intermediate and Junior grades.

In the Intermediate championship, Drom Broadford can secure their place in the quarters with a win over Pallasgreen. Should last year’s finalists win, then the top three in group one will be confirmed with Mungret table toppers and Rathkeale also into the quarters.

In group one of the PJFC, a win will do for Croom in their knockout hopes as Ballybrown hope to add to their first round win, while Newcastle West can also secure a knockout berth with a win over pointless Athea.

Hospital Herbertstown can take a leap towards the quarters when they face a Banogue side who can draw level with them on points should they win.


County Intermediate Football Championship – Round 4

Group 1 – Round 4 

Dromcollogher Broadford V Pallasgreen, Friday 25th August in Kilbreedy at 6.45pm   


County Premier Junior A Football Championship

Group 1- Round 4 

Croom V Ballybrown, Friday 25th August in Rathbane at 7.00pm

Group 2- Round 4 

Athea V Newcastle West, Friday 25th August in Ballyhahill at 6.00pm  


County Junior A Football Championship

Group 1 – Round 4 

Hospital Herbertstown V Banogue, Friday 25th August in Bruff at 6.45pm


GAA coverage on Sporting Limerick is brought to you in association with Noels Menswear, shop online here or visit in Dooradoyle, Limerick City or Newcastle West.

Social Sharing

Posted in

Sligo a bridge too far for Limerick as Tailteann dream ends

Sligo 2-20Limerick 0-9By Tom Clancy in Markievicz ParkLimerick’s hopes of a trip to Croke Park were wiped away ...
Read More

WATCH | Kiely, Gillane & O’Neill react after historic Munster SHC victory

Limerick made more history when claiming a record breaking sixth Munster Senior Hurling title in a row, thanks ...
Read More

Six of the best – Limerick claim record breaking Munster title

Limerick 1-26Clare 1-20By Tom Clancy in ThurlesLimerick made more history when claiming a record breaking sixth Munster Senior ...
Read More

Confident Limerick march over Tipperary with third straight victory

Tom Clancy in Rathkeale Limerick 1-18Tipperary 1-10Limerick advanced to the last eight of the Tailteann Cup for the ...
Read More

Limerick’s road to the Munster SHC final | RECAP

This set up a three-peat Munster final with Clare, in Thurles on June 9th, while Cork come through ...
Read More

Goals key again as Limerick advance in Tailteann Cup

Limerick 2-14London 0-10 Two first-half goals, in the dying embers of the opening thirty-five minutes were the platform ...
Read More

Limerick name side for London Tailteann Cup clash | TEAM NEWS

Iain Corbett captains the side at half-back, with Barry Coleman on the other flank and Cillian Fahy in ...
Read More

“We’re still here” | John Kiely defiant after booking Munster final spot

Kiely said he was "delighted" that his team's "average performance level is up," but conceded that his players ...
Read More