Quarter Final Pairings in the Limerick SFC, PJFC & JAFC confirmed

The first three rounds of the Limerick SFC, PJFC & JAFC championship have been completed.

The competitions will take a three week break to allow for the start of the hurling championships before resuming with quarter-finals and relegation play offs.

SFC

In the senior championship, four teams will enter the quarter-finals with a 100% record. Galtee Gaels, Adare, Monaleen and Newcastle West all topped their groups with two wins from two.

Galtee Gaels will face Oola in the quarter-finals while Adare meet Ballysteen. Intemediate champions Claughaun face Newcastle West with Monaleen to play Fr Caseys.

Meanwhile the relegation play offs will feature last years finalists Ballylanders against 2020 semi-finalists Galbally. St Kierans take on Na Piarsaigh in the other tie.

Quarter-Finals

  • Galtee Gaels v Oola
  • Adare v Ballysteen
  • Monaleen v Fr Caseys
  • Newcastle West v Claughaun

Relegation semi-finals

  • St Kierans v Na Piarsaigh
  • Galbally v Ballylanders

Premier Junior Football Championship

The last eight teams vying to win the newly formed PJFC are also set.

Castlemahon have topped group one ahead of Mountcollins after defeating them in round one. Athea have impressed with two wins, finishing ahead of Croom who also advance to the knockout stages. Monagea’s one point win over Kilteely ensures them top spot ahead of the East side. Fr Caseys beat Newcastle in the only game in group three after Hospital Herbertstown withdrew from the competition.

Quarter-Finals

  • Castlemahon v Croom
  • Athea v Mountcollins
  • Monagea v Newcastle West
  • Fr Caseys v Kilteely Dromkeen

Junior A Football Championship

The last eight in the Junior championship are also set and so is the relegation scene. Banogue topped group one ahead of Mungret St Pauls. Highflying Ballybricken Bohermore had two big wins to top group two ahead of Bruree who beat Na Piarsaigh in round two. Feenagh Kilmeedy topped their group with a brace of wins. St Pats join them in the quarter-finals ahead of South Liberties by virtue of better points differential after the teams drew. In group four, Camogue Rovers are to meet Adare to see who tops the table.

Quarter-Finals

  • Banogue v Bruree
  • Ballybricken Bohermore v Mungret St Pauls
  • Feenagh Kilmeedy v Camogue Rovers / Adare
  • Camogue Rovers / Adare v St Patricks

Relegation semi-finals

  • Drom Broadford v Na Piarsaigh
  • South Liberties v Ahane

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