RESULTS | Intermediate and Junior Camogie Championship Cup finalists confirmed

The Intermediate and Junior A Camogie semi-finals took place this weekend.

Croagh-Kilfinny and Adare will contest this year’s Limerick Intermediate Camogie Championship final as both sides reached the decider after victories over Templeglantine and Monaleen respectively this weekend. In the Intermediate Plate semi-final, Newcastle West got the better of Killeedy on Sunday.

In their first year at the grade following their Junior success in 2021, Adare got the better of last year’s finalists with Croagh Kilfinny having a bit to spare against Templeglantine.

Meanwhile in the Junior A Championship Cup, Galbally got the better of Doon while Blackrock-Effin scraped past Patrickswell to set up a cup final between the two sides.

In the Junior A Plate, Ballyagran and Ballybrown both booked their place in the final with victories over Feenagh Kilmeedy and Mungret St. Pauls.

See results listed below:

Intermediate Championship Cup

Semi-Finals

Croagh-Kilfinny 2-12 : 1-7 Templeglantine

Adare 2-11 : 1-11 Monaleen

Intermediate Championship Plate

Newcastle West 4-5 : 0-2 Killeedy

Junior A Championship Cup

Semi-Finals

Galbally 2-14 : 3-8 Doon

Blackrock-Effin 1-11 : 1-9 Patrickswell

Junior A Championship Plate

Semi-Finals

Ballyagran 0-12 : 0-7 Feenagh Kilmeedy

Ballybrown 3-10 : 3-7 Mungret St. Pauls

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