Quarter-Final fixtures confirmed for Limerick Senior, Intermediate & Junior Football Championships

The group stages of the championships came to an end over the weekend with the the knockout stages beginning this week.

The final six in the Limerick Senior and Intermediate Football championships have been confirmed with this weekend’s quarter-finalists set.

The quarter-finals in both the Senior and Intermediate Championships will take place this Saturday with all four throwing in at 4pm.

In the Senior Championship, group one runners up Fr Caseys will take on last year’s Intermediate champions Kildimo Pallaskenry in Newcastle West at 4pm. At the same time, St Kierans meet Monaleen in Bruff.

Newcastle West and Adare wait in the semi-finals which are scheduled for the weekend of October 8/9.

The relegation final between Ballylanders and Galbally has also been confirmed for this weekend with the South sides doing battle on Sunday at 2pm in Kilfinane.

In the Intermediate Championship, Drom Broadford and Na Piarsaigh topped their respective groups to move directly into the semi-finals. They will be in action on the weekend of October 8/9 with the quarter finals also down for decision this Saturday.

At 4pm, 2017 champions St Senans take on Gerald Griffins in an all-West affair in in the Bog Garden while Mungret St Pauls meet St Patricks in Claughaun.

Limerick SFC

Quarter Finals

Fr Caseys v Kildimo Pallaskenry, Saturday October 1 at 4pm in Newcastle West

St Kierans v Monaleen, Saturday October 1 at 4pm in Bruff

Relegation Final

Ballylanders v Galbally, Sunday October 2 at 2pm in Kilfinane

Limerick IFC

Quarter Finals

St Senans v Gerald Griffins, Saturday October 1 at 4pm in The Bog Garden

Mungret St Pauls v St Pats, Saturday October 1 at 4pm in Claughaun

Limerick PJFC


Athea v Cappamore Saturday October 1 at 3pm in Clarina

Feenagh Kilmeedy v Kilteely Dromkeen Sunday October 2 at 1pm in Kilbreedy

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