Intermediate and Junior Football Championships Second Round Recap

Mungret St Pauls and Gerald Griffins maintained their perfect starts in the second tier, each securing a comfortable victory in round two.

There was a host of fixtures in the second round of the Limerick Intermediate and Junior Football Championships over the weekend as they now take a break for five weeks.

Intermediate

Mungret St Pauls and Gerald Griffins maintained their perfect starts in the second tier, each securing a comfortable victory in round two. Mungret had 21-points to spare against Pallasgreen while Gerald Griffins were 3-14 to 0-4 victors against Glin. Drom Broadford drew level on points with Rathkeale after a hard fought win.

There were no games played in group two.

Intermediate Round Two Fixtures

Group One

  • Pallasgreen 0-3 : 2-18 Mungret St Paul’s
  • Rathkeale 0-10 : 2-6 Drom Broadford
  • Glin 0-3 : 3-14 Gerald Griffins

Premier Junior

Croom and Kilteely Dromkeen are the early pace setters in group one of the PJFC, both picking up a second win. Kilteely top the table on points difference after they beat Monagea 3-10 to 1-4. Croom had four points to spare against Mountcollins. Last night, Ballybrown got off the mark with a 2-6 to 0-6 win against Bruff.

In group two, last year’s runners up Feenagh Kilmeedy stayed perfect, besting Cappagh in Ballingarry. Newcastle West and Granagh Ballingarry played out a draw while Cappamore got off the mark against Athea who remain pointless.

Premier Junior Second Round Fixtures

Group One

  • Monagea 1-4 : 3-10 Kilteely Dromkeen
  • Mountcollins 2-5 : 2-9 Croom
  • Ballybrown 2-6 : 0-6 Bruff

Group Two

  • Cappagh 1-8 : 4-5 Feenagh Kilmeedy
  • Athea 1-6 : 2-5 Cappamore
  • Granagh Ballingarry 2-5 : 2-5 Newcastle West

Junior A Second Round Results

Camogue Rovers continued their start to the season with a comprehensive win over Na Piarsaigh while Ballybricken Bohermore joined them on four points after beating Banogue. Hospital Herbertstown got their first win to keep Ahane pointless.

Like their Intermediates, Mungret St Pauls second side are two from two, overcoming St Patricks second team in Rathbane. Castletown Ballyagran stay level on points with the City men as they beat Fedamore. Monaleen received a walkover from Adare.

Group One

  • Banogue 0-6 : 0-13 Ballybricken Bohermore
  • Na Piarsaigh 0-8 : 6-10 Camogue Rovers
  • Ahane 0-9 : 1-9 Hospital Herbertstown

Group Two

  • Castletown Ballyagran 2-17 : 3-5 Fedamore
  • St Patrick’s 0-7 : 5-18 Mungret St Pauls
  • Adare 0-0 : w/o Monaleen

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