RESULTS: Knockout stages beginning to take shape after the second round of the Limerick Camogie Championships

The second round of the Limerick Camogie Championships took place over the weekend.

In the Neville’s Jewellers Senior Championship, Newcastle West made it two wins from two in Group One as they beat Crecora. Ahane recovered from their loss to NCW by beating last year’s Intermediate champions Bruff. In Group 2, defending champions Killeedy booked their place in the knockout stages with a second consecutive win.

In the Intermediate Championship, Murroe Boher and Cappamore kept up their winning starts, overcoming Killeedy and Croagh Kilfinny respectively. Monaleen picked up a first win of the campaign as did Ballyagran. Newcastle West and Croagh Kilfinny are yet to pick up a point.

Adare made it two from two in the Junoir championship while Mungret St Pauls had a winning start to the season as they beat Blackrock Effin.

The third round of the championship takes place on the weekend of October 16-17.

Check out all the results below.

Limerick Camogie Championship Round II Results

Neville Jewellers Senior Championship

Newcastle West 0-15 : 0-5 Crecora

Ahane 0-15 : 0-9 Bruff

Killeedy 0-10 : 0-7 Na Piarsaigh

Niche Sports Data Intermediate Championship

Ballyagran 3-15 : 0-4 Newcastle West

Murroe Boher 1-8 : 1-4 Killeedy

Monaleen 3-16 : 1-12 Templeglantine

Cappamore 2-7 : 0-10 Croagh Kilfinny

Pat Ryan Financial Services Junior A Championship

Mungret St Pauls 6-9 : 5-10 Blackrock Effin

Adare 1-15 : 1-7 Ballybrown

Pat Ryan Financial Services Junior B Championship

Doon 4-20 : 0-4 Granagh Ballingarry

Na Piarsaigh 0-5 : 2-7 Knockaderry

Monaleen 0-3 : 0-13 St Ailbes

Tournafulla v Bruff POSTPONED

Pat Ryan Financial Services Junior 12 a-side Championship

Crecora 4-6 : 1-3 Mungret St Pauls

Ahane 1-4 : 5-12 Killeedy

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