Munster Championship fixtures confirmed for Limerick’s Football Champions

Limerick’s three Munster Club football championship representatives will all begin their provincial campaign on December 4/5.

Newcastle West and Mountcollins will both have home advantage on Saturday December 4 while Kildimo Pallaskenry travel to Clare the following day.

Limerick Senior Football champions Newcastle West welcome the Nire at 1pm on Saturday December 4. Newcastle West were beaten at the quarter-final stage in their two most recent trips into the province, losing to eventual champions Clonmel Commercials in 2015 and Nemo Rangers in 2019.

10 November 2019; Iain Corbett of Newcastle West in action against Alan O’ Donovan of Nemo Rangers during the AIB Munster GAA Football Senior Club Championship Quarter-Final match between Nemo Rangers and Newcastle West at Mallow GAA Grounds in Mallow, Cork. Photo by Michael P Ryan/Sportsfile

The winners will advance to the the semi-finals where they will face one of Austin Stacks or Kerins O’Rahillys on December 18/19.

Mountcollins welcome Tipperary champions Ballina later that afternoon in the Junior Championship with a 1.30pm throw in in West Limerick.

The winners of that clash will meet Mount Sion in the semi-final on December 18/19.

On Sunday 5th of December, Kildimo Pallaskenry travel to Corofin in their Munster Intermediate Championship quarter-final.

That game has a 1pm throw in in Clare with Kanturk or Newmarket awaitin in the semi-finals a fortnight later.

Fixtures

Munster Senior Football Championship Quarter-Final

Newcastle West v The Nire in Newcastle West on Saturday December 4 at 1pm

Munster Intermediate Football Championship Quarter-Final

Kildimo Pallaskenry v Corofin in Corofin on Sunday December 5 at 1pm

Munster Junior Football Championship Quarter-Final

Mountcollins v Ballina in Mountcollins on Saturday December 4 at 1.30pm

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