Limerick U21 Hurling Championships approach the business end with A Final confirmed and Premier down to final four

The Limerick Premier U21 Hurling Championship is nearing conclusion with four teams remaining in the hunt for silverware.

Ballybrown and Na Piarsaigh booked their place in the last four of the Limerick U21 Premier Hurling Championship after their respective quarter final wins on Wednesday evening.

They join Doon and Mungret St Pauls in the semi-finals. Both of those sides won each of their four group games.

Ballybrown will face Doon in the semi-finals after the City side beat Garryspillane in their quarter-final tie. Doon were one point victors when the sides met in late October. They will renew acquaintances next Tuesday in Knocklong with a final spot on offer.

On the same night, Mungret St Pauls face Na Piarsaigh. Na Piarsaigh overcame Patrickswell comprehensively in their quarter-final with the last four tie taking place in Rhebogue.

The final will be played on Sunday December 5.

Elsewhere, Cappamore and Coslea Gaels will do battle in the A Final in Doon on Friday December 3. In their respective semi-finals, Cappamore beat Kildimo Pallaskenry while Coshlea Gaels advanced at the expense of Blackrock.

The B Championship is down to the quarter-final stage with eight teams still vying for the title.

Limerick U21 Hurling Championship Fixtures

County Premier U21 Hurling Championship Semi Finals

Mungret v Na Piarsaigh 30/11 Rhebogue 7.30pm

Doon v Ballybrown 30/11 Knocklong 7.30pm

County U21 A Hurling Championship Final

Cappamore v Coshlea Gaels 03/12 Doon 7.30pm

County U21 B Hurling Championship Quarter Final

Sarsfields v Knockaderry 28/11 Kilbreedy 12noon

Granagh Ballingarry v Knockainey 30/11 Kilbreedy 8.00pm

Templeglantine v St Kierans 28/11 Dromcollogher 12noon

Dromin Athlacca v Tournafulla/Killeedy 28/11 Feenagh 12noon

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