Limerick IHC & JAHC Wrap Up | Four teams remain perfect after third round in Junior and Intermediate hurling championshps

Four teams remain perfect after three rounds in the Limerick Intermediate and Junior Championships.

Na Piarsaigh, like their senior side, and Croagh Kilfinny maintained their 100% records in the Intermediate Championship to keep top spot in their respective groups.

In group one, the Caherdavin side were 3-15 to 2-15 winners over Murroe Boher, who remain pointless in their first year since relegation. Elsewhere Feohanagh and Bruree added to their win total to move into the quarter final spots.

Croagh Kilfinny kept their distance from the chasing pack in group two with a 0-18 to 0-14 win over Hosiptal Herbertstown. Granagh Ballingarry moved onto four points with victory against Knockaderry while Kilmallock picked up their first win.

In the Junior Championship, Crecora Manister moved to the top of group one with a win over pointless Blackrock. Templeglantine currently sit second ahead of three teams on as many points.

Group two saw Killedy move above Monagea and into first by virtue of their one point win. The latter are in joint second with Castletown Ballyagran and Claughaun who also recorded victories over the weekend.

Last year’s finalists St Kierans are one of two teams that remained perfect over the weekend as they beat Ballybrown comfortably in group three. Undefeated Doon drew with Mungret St Pauls with Feenagh Kilmeedy’s win helping them into third in the table, one point ahead of Mungret.

The other team with a 100% record are in group four with Patrickswell defeating Tournafulla. The latter are level in second placed with round three winners Old Christians who beat Kilteely Dromkeen.

Intermediate Hurling Championship

Round III Group One Results:

Bruree 3-26 : 0-15 Croom

Caherline 0-16 : 3-14 Feohanagh

Na Piarsaigh 3-15 : 2-15 Murroe Boher

Group Two

Croagh Kilfinny 0-18 : 0-14 Hospital Herbertstown

Knockaderry 0-13 : 3-14 Granagh Ballingarry

Kilmallock 2-12 : 0-12 Pallasgreen

Junior A Hurling Championship

Group 1

Drom. Broadford 2-18 : 1-13 Templeglantine

Staker Wallace 3-10 : 1-16 Ballybricken Boher.

Blackrock 2-14 : 2-21 Crecora Manister

Group 2

Castletown Ballyagran 2-22 : 1-7 St. Patrick’s

Killeedy 1-18 – 1-17 Monagea

Ahane 0-8 : 2-19 Claughaun

Group 3

Ballybrown 2-7 : 3-17 St. Kieran’s

Mungret St. Pauls 0-18 : Doon 0-18

Askeaton 0-12 : 0-22 Feenagh Kilmeedy

Group 4

Patrickswell 2-18 : 2-15 Tournafulla

Kilteely Dromkeen 1-9 : Old Christians 3-6

Rathkeale W/O : 0-0 Garryspillane

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