Kilmallock and Patrickswell top the billing | Thursday Hurling Fixtures

A win for Kilmallock will see them into the last four with a game to spare while Patrickswell will move above the Balbec should they get the W.

The fourth round of the Limerick Hurling Championship continue this evening with games in the top three tiers to be played.

There is no doubting the standout tie with the meeting of Kilmallock and Patrickswell which is a repeat of the 2021 SHC final.

Cappamore hosts the 6.30pm clash which will be streamed live by Limerick GAA TV.

A win for Kilmallock will see them into the last four with a game to spare while Patrickswell will move above the Balbec should they get the W.

24 October 2021; Oisín O’Reilly of Kilmallock is fouled by Seánie O’Brien of Patrickswell during the Limerick County Senior Club Hurling Championship Final match between Kilmallock and Patrickswell at TUS Gaelic Grounds in Limerick. Photo by Piaras Ó Mídheach/Sportsfile

Elsewhere, Ahane and Na Piarsaigh face off at the same time in Claughaun. The reigning champions have won two on the bounce and can secure a quarter final berth at the least with victory. Ahane are two points back and know that even a defeat won’t end their knockout hopes as they meet Doon in the final round. However, victory over the Caherdavin men would hugely enhance their quarter final hopes.

In the Premier Intermediate championship, pointless Cappamore take on Dromin Athlacca who beat the table toppers Bruff last time out. The 2021 finalists know another defeat would signal the end of their season while D/A can go joint top with victory.

The Intermediate championship pits Knockainey against Feohanagh. Knockainey are currently two points clear of Feohanagh with the West side in need of a win to maintain their knockout push.

County Senior Hurling Championship

Group 1
Kilmallock V Patrickswell, Thursday September 7th in Cappamore at 6.30pm

Ahane V Na Piarsaigh, Thursday September 7th in Claughaun at 6.30pm

County Premier Intermediate Hurling Championship

Cappamore V Dromin Athlacca, Thursday September 7th in Hospital at 6.30pm

County Intermediate Hurling Championship

Group 2

Knockainey V Feohanagh, Thursday September 7th in Ballingarry at 6.30pm

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