Last four confirmed in both Senior and Intermediate Ladies Football Championships

There were four quarter-finals played in the top two tiers of the championship over the weekend.

The final four in both the 3Dental Senior and Intermediate Ladies Football Championships were confirmed over the weekend with the quarter-finals played.

In the senior championship, Drom Broadford and Ballylanders booked their places in the semi-finals where they will be joined by champions Monagea and St Ailbes.

That sets up a repeat of last years final in this year’s semi with Drom taking on St Ailbes.

Similarly, Oola and Knockainey confirmed their places in the last four of the intermediate championship alongside Mungret St Pauls and Murroe Boher.

In their first year back in the top tier, Drom Broadford booked their place in the semi-finals with a one point, 3-7 to 2-9 win over Feohanagh Castlemahon.

The Intermediate champions will take on 2020 kingpins St Ailbes in their semi-final.

Ballylanders‘ seven point win over Old Mill in their repeat of last year’s semi-final sets up a rematch with Monagea, who they were bested by in the 2021 decider.

Last year’s beaten Intermediate finalists Oola moved one step closer to that stage with a two point win over Junior champions Adare while Knockainey’s goals proved too much for Fr Caseys.

Oola face Mungret St Pauls in the semi-finals while Knockainey meet Murroe Boher.

3Dental Senior Football Championship Quarter-Finals

Dromcollogher-Broadford 3-7 : 2-9 Feohanagh-Castlemahon

Ballylanders 1-10 : 0-6 Old Mill

3Dental Intermediate Football Championship Quarter Finals

Oola 1-10 : 1-8 Adare

Fr. Casey’s 1-11 : 4-6 Knockainey

25/26th September

3Dental Ladies Senior Football Championship semi-finals

Monagea v Ballylanders

St Ailbes v Drom Broadford

3Dental Ladies Intermediate Football Championship semi-final

Oola v Mungret St Pauls

Knockainey v Murroe Boher

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