Limerick Ladies Football Championships continue on Tuesday with Round Two

The repeat of the 2021 Limerick Ladies Senior Football Final between Monagea and Ballylanders is the pick of the Tuesday action.

The second round of the Limerick Ladies Football Championships take place this evening with a full round of games across the divisions.

in the top tier. defending champions Monagea take on Ballylanders in a repeat of the 2021 final. Both were victorious in their opening round games as the opening day losers Old Mill and Feohanagh Castlemahon look to get off the mark.

In the other group, it is a meeting of the past two Intermediate winners as Oola take on Drom Broadford which is a repeat of the 2021 decider. Oola overcame last year’s finalists St Ailbe in round one with the West side beginning their campaign this evening.

In the intermediate championship, round one winners Knockainey and Murroe Boher look to maintain their perfect starts against Adare and Mungret St Pauls resepctively.

Fr Caseys kick off their campaign against last year’s junior champions Galtee Gaels who were beat in their opening game.

There are also a pair of games in the junior championship with Athea taking on Groody Gaels and St Alibes meeting Gerald Griffins.

Limerick Ladies Fixtures (Tuesday 29th August)


Group 1

  • Feohanagh Catlemahon v Old Mill at 7pm
  • Monagea v Ballylanders at 7pm

Group 2

  • Oola v Drom Broadford at 7pm


Group 1

  • Adare v Knockainey at 7pm
  • Mungret St Paul’s v Murroe Boher at 7pm

Group 2

  • Galtee Gaels v Fr Casey’s at 7pm

Junior A

  • Athea v Groody Gaels at 7pm
  • St Ailbes v Gerald Griffins at 7pm

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