Oola continue bright start to Ladies SFC while nothing to separate Monagea and Ballylanders | Round Two Recap

There were eight games played across the top four tiers in the Limerick Ladies Football Championships last night.

There was nothing to seperate the teams in group one of the 3Dental Limerick Ladies Senior Football Championship with a pair of draws played out on Tuesday evening. Elsewhere, Oola maintained their perfect start on their return to the top tier.

In group one of the SFC, Monagea and Ballylanders stayed undefeated as their clash finished 1-9 apiece. In the other clash, Feohanagh Castlemahon and Old Mill both picked up their first points of the season with a stalemate.

After an impressive return to the senior ranks, Oola booked their place at the top of group two with a comprehensive twelve point win over Drom Broadford.

Meanwhile in the intermediate championship, Knockainey made it two from two while Mungret St Pauls and Galtee Gaels picked up their first wins.

Athea and St Alibes had dominant wins in the junior championship.

Round three of the championship takes place this weekend.


Senior

Group One

  • Monagea 1-9 : 1-9 Ballylanders
  • Feohanagh Castlemahon 3-8 : 1-14 Old Mill

Group Two

  • Oola 4-10 : 2-4 Drom Broadford

Intermediate

Group One

  • Adare 0-9 : 1-13 Knockainey
  • Mungret St Pauls 3-7 : 2-8 Murroe Boher

Group Two

  • Galtee Gaels 3-12 : 0-6 Fr Caseys

Junior

  • Athea 4-11 : 0-6 Groody Gaels
  • St Alibes 3-11 : 0-3 Gerald Griffins

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