Limerick Intermediate and Junior Football Championships Third Round Recap

There was a full round of games in the intermediate grade as Mungret St Pauls and Galbally kept up their winning starts.

In the senior championship, three teams kept up their perfect records while the race for the other knockout places heated up.

Limerick SFC Round Three Round Up

Meanwhile there was a full round of games in the intermediate and junior grades across the weekend. In the second tier, Mungret St Pauls kept up their winning start with a hard fought victory over Rathkeale. In the same group, Drom Broadford had a crucial, one point win against Gerald Griffins. Pallasgreen got off the mark against Glin.

Galbally maintained their winning start with a comfortable victory against Crecora Manister as St Senans also put one foot in the knockout stages.

In the premier junior championship, there was nothing to separate top sides Croom and Kilteely Dromkeen in group one. Mountcollins moved into third after beating Bruff while Ballybrown and Monagea meet on Tuesday evening.

Last year’s finalists Feenagh Kilmeedy stayed perfect while Cappagh and Newcastle West also picked up wins.

Intermediate

Group 1

  • Mungret St Pauls 1-11 : 0-10 Rathkeale
  • Dromcollogher Broadford 0-15 : 1-11 Gerald Griffins
  • Pallasgreen 1-15 : 1-7 Glin

Group 2

  • St Senans 3-13 : 0-7 Castlemahon
  • Galbally 4-13 : 2-4 Crecora Manister

Premier Junior

Group 1

  • Kilteely Dromkeen 1-6 : 2-3 Croom
  • Bruff 0-9 : 2-13 Mountcollins GAA

Group 2

  • Feenagh Kilmeedy 1-6 : 0-7 Athea
  • Granagh Ballingarry 0-6 : 1-6 Cappagh
  • Newcastle West 2-8 : 0-5 Cappamore

Junior A

Group 1

  • Banogue 0-8 : 6-12 Ahane
  • Ballybricken Bohermore 2-9 : 1-7 Camogue Rovers

Group 2

  • Mungret St Paul’s 4-9 : 1-6 Adare
  • Fedamore 4-8 : 1-14 Monaleen
  • Castletown Ballyagran 3-14 : 0-3 St Patrick’s

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