Livestream | Limerick GAA TV to broadcast the SFC round five clash between Newcastle West and Fr Caseys

It will be a winner take all clash between the table toppers in group one this weekend.

The Limerick GAA TV cameras will be in Dromcollogher this Sunday afternoon as Newcastle West take on Fr Caseys in round five of the Limerick SFC.

It is a winner take all clash between the sides who are deadlocked on eight points apiece in group one with throw in at 4pm.

It will be Fr Caseys second time in front of the Limerick GAA TV cameras this season as they dispatched Monaleen in round three while Newcastle will be broadcast live for the first time since they were crowned champions last October.

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Both sides have maintained a 100% record through the championship thus far and are guaranteed to progress to the knockout stages regardless of the outcome on Sunday.

However, the winner will bypass the quarter-finals with the table toppers advancing straight to the semi-finals.

A draw would be enough for Newcastle who hold a five point advantage when it comes to scoring difference, winning their four games by an average of ten points.

Indeed, Caseys will be hopeful to get one over their West rivals with the quarter-finals proving troublesome in recent years as their wait for a semi-final berth stretches back to 2014.

Elsewhere in group one, Claughaun need to beat Monaleen to move into the knockout stages while Oola need the same from their clash with Galbally to avoid a relegation play off.

In group two, where each of the three games throw in at 4pm on Saturday, Adare and St Kierans meet at the summit of the table with a semi-final spot up for grabs. Galtee Gaels, Kildimo Pallaskenry and Ballysteen are all deadlocked on three points heading into the final round with that elusive third spot set for one of those clubs. Ballylanders will contest the relegation final regardless of the results.

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