Limerick Senior, Intermediate & Junior Football Fourth Round Fixtures Confirmed

In total, there is 22 games down for decision starting on Wednesday evening and concluding on Sunday night.

The race for the knockout stages in the Limerick Football championships heats up this weekend with the penultimate round of action.

In the senior championship, a number of sides can book their place in the final six but at the other end, there is a chance that both relegation finalists will be confirmed.

In total, there is 22 games down for decision starting on Wednesday evening and concluding on Sunday night.

County Senior Football Championship

Group 1 – Round 4 

Claughaun V Oola, Saturday 26th August in Caherconlish at 6.00pm

Fr Caseys V St Kieran’s, Thursday 24th August in Newcastle West at 6.45pm

Newcastle West V Kildimo Pallaskenry, Thursday 24th August in The Bog Garden at 6.45pm

Group 2 – Round 4 

Na Piarsaigh V Galtee Gaels, Saturday 26th August in Hospital at 6.45pm   

Monaleen V Ballysteen, Thursday 24th August in Ballingarry at 6.45pm

Aoghan O’Connor tries to close down Eoin O’Mahony in the 2018 Limerick SFC group stage game between Adare and Ballylanders. Mandatory Credit: Sport Action Photography

County Intermediate Football Championship – Round 4

Crecora Manister V Castlemahon, Saturday 26th August in The Bog Garden at 7.00pm

Galbally V St Patrick’s, Wednesday 23rd August in Pallasgreen at 6.45pm   

Group 1 – Round 4 

Rathkeale V Gerald Griffins, Thursday 24th August in Askeaton at 6.45pm 

Dromcollogher Broadford V Pallasgreen, Friday 25th August in Kilbreedy at 6.45pm   

Mungret St Paul’s V Glin, Wednesday 23rd August in Askeaton at 6.45pm  

County Premier Junior A Football Championship

Group 1- Round 4 

Mountcollins V Kilteely Dromkeen, Sunday 27th August in Ballyagran at 1.00pm 

Croom V Ballybrown, Friday 25th August in Rathbane at 7.00pm

Bruff V Monagea, Saturday 26th August in Feenagh at 6.45pm 

Group 2- Round 4 

Athea V Newcastle West, Friday 25th August in Ballyhahill at 6.00pm  

Cappamore V Cappagh, Thursday 24th August in Meanus at 6.45pm   

Feenagh Kilmeedy V Granagh Ballingarry, Thursday 24th August in Quaid Park at 6.45pm

County Junior A Football Championship

Group 1 – Round 4 

Na Piarsaigh V Ballybricken Bohermore, Thursday 24th August in Rathbane at 6.45pm 

Camogue Rovers V Ahane, Thursday 24th August in Kilteely at 6.45pm 

Hospital Herbertstown V Banogue, Friday 25th August in Bruff at 6.45pm

Group 2 – Round 4 

Adare V Fedamore, Thursday 24th August in Caherelly at 6.45pm

Monaleen V St Patrick’s, Sunday 27th August in Caherdavin at 12pm

Mungret St Paul’s V Castletown Ballyagran, Sunday 27th August in Croom at 12pm

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