REVIEW: SHC, PIHC, IHC & JAHC Round 3 Round-Up

Bon Secours Limerick SHC

There was a double header in Section A of the championship on Saturday evening.

In the early game in Group 2, Kilmallock had too much for a spirited Ahane side as they won out comfortably 2-22 to 3-13 in the LIT Gaelic Grounds to ensure their place in the semi-finals while condemning Ahane to the relegation play-off.

Patrickswell booked their place in the last four as they snatched a 2-15 to 0-21 draw late on against Doon later that evening. That stalemate was enough to see Doon through to the quarter-finals alongside Na Piarsaigh.

It also means that Adare will meet Ahane in the relegation play-off.

On Friday evening, Ballybrown secured their place in the last six and the promotion decider from Section B as they demolished Garryspillane 5-25 to 1-11.

Murroe Boher’s 0-21 to 1-15 win over Monaleen meant neither side would advance to the last four with South Liberties taking the knockout berth and promotion final place.

Round 3 Results:

Section A

G1: Patrickswell 2-15 : 0-21 Doon

G2: Kilmallock 2-22 : 3-13 Ahane

Section B

G1: Murroe Boher 0-21 : 1-15 Monaleen

G2: Ballybrown 5-25 : 1-11 Garryspillane

Knockout Stages:

Semi-Finals: Patrickswell & Kilmallock

Quarter-Finals: Doon, Na Piarsaigh, South Liberties & Ballybrown

Section A Relegation play-off

Adare v Ahane

Section B Promotion Final

Ballybrown v South Liberties

Section B Relegation Play-Off

Garryspillane v Murroe Boher

Lyons of Limerick PIHC

The make of the last four in the Premier Intermediate Hurling Championship was confirmed on Saturday as the final group games were played.

Group 2 was played at an earlier time of 4pm as Mungret St Pauls and Cappamore played out an entertaining 1-18 to 3-12 draw. This confirmed Cappamore’s safety with Mungret guaranteed top spot prior to the game. Kildimo Pallaskenry will join them in the last four after beating Bruree 2-19 to 0-7. Bruree now move into the relegation play- off.

They will play Dromin/Athlacca in the relegation final after they lost out 1-20 to 1-18 against Knockainey. In Group 1’s other game, Bruff beat Glenroe 1-18 to 0-11 to seal top spot with Glenroe finishing second.

Bruff will be appearing in the last four of the PIHC for the third consecutive year.

Round 3 Results:

G1: Bruff 1-18 : 0-11 Glenroe

G1: Knockainey 1-20 : 1-18 Dromin Athlacca

G2: Mungret St Pauls 1-18 : 3-12 Cappamore

G2: Kildimo Pallaskenry 2-19 : 0-7 Bruree


Bruff v Kildimo Pallaskenry

Mungret St Pauls v Glenroe

Relegation Play-Off

Bruree v Dromin Athlacca

Nick Greene Intermediate Hurling Championship

The make up of the quarter-finals in the Intermediate Hurling Championship was also confirmed over the weekend. In group 1, Na Piarsaigh topped the table after their 0-20 to 1-14 win over Effin on Saturday night. That meant Kilmallock finished second.

In Group 2, Hospital Herbertstown 1-14 to 1-11 victory against Granagh Ballingarry ensured their progress in second behind Croom, condemning the West side to a relegation play-off.

Newcastle West topped Group 3 after their 3-14 to 2-10 win over St Patricks. They will be joined by Knockaderry in the last eight.

Feohanagh secured top spot in Group 4 after they beat Pallasgreen 4-11 to 2-10. Pallas’ finish second with Tournafulla resigned to the relegation bracket.

Round 3 Results

G1: Na Piarsaigh 0-20 : 1-14 Effin

G2: Hospital Hherbertstown 1-14 : 1-11 Granagh Ballingarry

G3: Newcastle West 3-14 : 1-11 St Patricks

G4: Feohanagh 4-11 : 2-10 Pallasgreen


Na Piarsaigh v Hospital Herbertstown

Croom v Kilmallock

Newcastle West v Pallasgreen

Feohanagh v Knockaderry

Woodland’s House Hotel Junior A Hurling Championship

There was a full round of fixtures in the Junior A Championship which will pause for three weeks before resuming for rounds 4 & 5 in early September. With three rounds complete, the group tables are starting to shape up ahead of the knockout stages.

Five teams are still 100% in the form of Castletown Ballyagran, Croagh Kilfinny, Kileedy, Templeglantine and Claughaun. Kilteely Dromkeen and Crecora Manister are the only other undefeated teams.

Round 3 Results:

Group 1

Castletown Ballyagran 1-20 : 2-9 Garryspillane

Caherline 1-17 : 0-9 St Kierans

Doon 3-21 : 1-12 Ballybrown

Group 2

Croagh Kilfinny 0-18 : 1-14 Mungret

Old Christians 2-17 : 3-13 Askeaton

Patrickswell 2-18 : 2-18 Kilteely Dromkeen

Group 3

Kileedy 5-30 : 2-10 Monaleen

Ballybricken Bohermore 4-15 : 2-11 Rathkeale

Temleglantine 1-18 : 0-13 Feenagh Kilmeedy

Group 4

Claughaun 2-16 : 2-10 Ahane

Crecora Manister 1-15 : 0-18 Monagea

Drom Broadford w/o : scr Staker Wallace

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