In the battle to earn promotion to the senior ranks, Bruff put separation between themselves and the rest with a seven-point win over Na Piarsaigh
The break in the Limerick Hurling championships has come with some noteworthy results across the tiers.
Between the Premier Intermediate, Intermediate and Junior A ranks, only ten teams have a perfect record after the opening set of rounds.
With the football taking centre stage this weekend, we look back at the round three results in the premier intermediate as well as the second in intermediate and junior.
In the battle to earn promotion to the senior ranks, Bruff put separation between themselves and the rest with a seven-point win over Na Piarsaigh in a battle of the undefeated sides. The result moves Bruff outright top with three from three while Effin also moved to four points after beating Blackrock, drawing level on points with the Rockies in the process. Newcastle West got off the mark with a win over Dromin Athlacca, as did Glenroe while Cappamore remain as the only side without a win.
- Bruff 1-23 : 2-13 Na Piarsaigh
- Effin 2-19 : 1-17 Blackrock
- Glenroe 0-23 : 0-15 Cappamore
- Newcastle West 0-24 : 0-16 Dromin Athlacca
Last year’s finalists Croagh Kilfinny made it two from two, as did Bruree as they saw off Knockaderry and Kilmallock respectively. Pallasgreen picked up a first win over Hospital Herbertstown.
In the other group, Murroe Boher overcame St Kierans in a meeting of round one winners, while Granagh Ballingarry also stayed perfect with a heavy win over Feohanagh.
- Bruree 1-25 : 0-19 Kilmallock
- Knockaderry 1-08 – 1-18 Croagh Kilfinny
- Hospital Herbertstown 2-12 : 1-18 Pallasgreen
- St Kieran’s 0-13 : 0-22 Murroe Boher
- Feohanagh 0-08 : 3-21 Granagh Ballingarry
- Croom 0-10 : 1-19 Knockainey
Monagea kept up their winning start while Askeaton got off the board with a win over Patrickswell in the first group.
After falling to relegation last year, Caherline are the only side in group two with a 100% record after the first set of games following their win over Tournafulla. Crecora Manister and Templeglantine also got off the board.
Group three saw Feenagh Kilmeedy move top outright with a comprehensive win over Kileedy while Ahane and St Patricks picked up their first win of the campaign.
In the final group, Mungret St Pauls and Drom Broadford keep up the pace to make it two wins from two as Doon were also victorious.
Monagea 3-13 : 0-12 Staker Wallace
Askeaton 3-24 : 2-17 Patrickswell
Templeglantine 2-18 : 0-14 Garryspillane
Claughaun 0-07 : 0-23 Crecora Manister
Tournafulla 2-19 : 2-21 Caherline
Ahane 1-19 : 1-17 Old Christians
Feenagh Kilmeedy 3-27 : 1-08 Killeedy
St Patrick’s 1-19 : 0-21 Castletown Ballyagran
Mungret St Paul’s 2-14 : 0-14 Bruff
Blackrock 0-07 : 3-15 Doon
Rathkeale 4-10 : 3-18 Dromcollogher Broadford
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