Round Two Fixtures for Limerick Senior, Intermediate and Junior Championships confirmed

In the top tier the standout tie is arguably that of Patrickswell and Doon who come into the clash in differing forms.

After a busy opening weekend, the Limerick hurling championships continue into the second round over the coming days with all four tiers preparing for a full set of fixtures.

Senior

In the top tier the standout tie is arguably that of Patrickswell and Doon who come into the clash in differing forms. The Well upset the reigning champions while Doon were heavily beaten by Kilmallock. On the same evening, the Balbec meet Ahane in a meeting of round winners. The following night, Na Piarsaigh and KP look to get off the mark.

In group two, round one victors Ballybrown and Adare face of while Mungret St Pauls will also look to add to their two points when meeting Garryspillane.

Group 1

Doon V Patrickswell, Thursday August 10th in Kilmallock at 7.00pm
Na Piarsaigh V Kildimo Pallaskenry, Friday August 11th in Claughaun at 7.00pm
Kilmallock V Ahane, Thursday August 10th in Doon at 7.00pm

Group 2

Ballybrown V Adare, Sunday August 13th in Askeaton at 2.30pm
Garryspillane V Mungret St Paul’s, Friday August 11th in Cappamore at 7.00pm
South Liberties V Monaleen, Saturday August 12th in Caherconlish at 2.00pm

8 August 2020; Dan Morrissey of Ahane in action against Gavin O’Mahony of Kilmallock during the Limerick County Senior Hurling Championship Section A Group 2 Round 3 match between Kilmallock and Ahane at LIT Gaelic Grounds in Limerick. Photo by Matt Browne/Sportsfile

Premier Intermediate

Into the third round of the Limerick PIHC, a number of teams can put one foot into the knockout stages with Bruff and Na Piarsaigh both taking a 100% record into their outing. Blackrock have also won each of their games and they meet Effin. At the other end of the table, Glenroe and Cappamore meet where the loser will have a major uphill battle to qualify.

Na Piarsaigh V Bruff, Sunday August 13th in Fedamore at 1.00pm
Dromin Athlacca V Newcastle West, Thursday August 10th in Askeaton at 7.00pm
Effin V Blackrock, Saturday August 12th in Kilmallock at 6.00pm
Glenroe V Cappamore, Friday August 11th in Hospital at 7.00pm


Intermediate

Comfortable round one victors Croagh Kilfinny and Knockaderry meet in an interesting West derby in group one while the clash of Feohanagh and Granagh Ballingarry is most mouthwatering on the other side of the draw.

Group 1

Bruree V Kilmallock, Friday August 11th in Quaid Park at 7.00pm
Knockaderry V Croagh Kilfinny, Friday August 11th in Hospital at 7.00pm
Hospital Herbertstown V Pallasgreen, Friday August 11th in Kilteely at 7.00pm

Group 2

St Kieran’s V Murroe Boher, Friday August 11th in Mungret at 7.00pm
Feohanagh V Granagh Ballingarry, Friday August 11th in Newcastle West at 7.00pm
Croom V Knockainey, Thursday August 10th in Caherelly at 7.00pm


Junior A

The biggest competition in Limerick hurling allows for little wiggle room with only the top two from each group of six advancing and no team will want to go into the break without a win.

Group 1

Monagea V Staker Wallace, Friday August 11th in Ballingarry at 7.00pm
Ballybricken Bohermore V Kilteely Dromkeen, Monday August 14th in Caherconlish at 7.00pm
Askeaton V Patrickswell, Sunday August 13th in Adare at 1.00pm

Group 2
Templeglantine V Garryspillane, Saturday August 12th in Ballyagran at 7.00pm
Claughaun V Crecora Manister, Saturday August 12th in Rathbane at 7.00pm

Tournafulla V Caherline, Saturday August 12th in Clarina at 7.00pm

Group 3

Ahane V Old Christians, Sunday August 13th in Monaleen at 12:00pm
Feenagh Kilmeedy V Killeedy, Sunday August 13th in Newcastle West at 1.00pm
St Patrick’s V Castletown Ballyagran, Sunday August 13th in Fedamore at 7.00pm

Group 4

Mungret St Paul’s V Bruff, Saturday August 12th in Croom at 2.00pm
Blackrock V Doon, Sunday August 13th in Kilteely at 1.00pm
Rathkeale V Dromcollogher Broadford, Saturday August 12th in Quaid Park at 7.00pm


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