The Clarina men have promotion in their own hands against Mungret but know a defeat could see them miss out.
Mungret St Paul’s booked their first Limerick SHC quarter final berth this century with a comfortable win over Monaleen in Claughaun.
Brian Begleys men led from start to finish with Niall Mulcahy’s goal stemming any Monaleen tide in the second half.
In the end it finished 1-25 to 0-15 in their favour as they can look to a final round clash with Ballybrown where a win will see them promoted.
Ballybrown themselves took a huge stride towards the quarters with a win over Garryspillane.
The Clarina men have promotion in their own hands against Mungret but know a defeat could leave Adare in with a chance of a quarter.
Goals from Colin Coughlan and Barry Adams helped them power past a spirited Bouncers side as it ended 3-22 to 4-14.
At the same time in Clauaghaun, Mungret were booking a first knockout berth since promotion in fine fashion.
They were comfortable at the break, leading double scores 0-12 to 0-6. They hit the first three after the resumption to put daylight between the sides.
However, the introduction of Andrew La Touché Cosgrae spurred Monaleen into life and they bagged five in a row.
But Mulcahy’s green flag quashed their hopes with the Mungret men easing to victory in the final quarter.
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