There were a number of games played over the weekend across the second, third and fourth tiers of the Limerick football championships.
The final standings in the Limerick Football Championships were decided fully over the weekend with the concluding round in the Intermediate and Junior grades.
St Senans clash with St Patricks was the pick of the bunch coming into last weekend’s football clashes, with the winner guaranteed to top the group.
Senans picked up an eleven-point win to top the group, joined on points by both Patrick’s and Galbally, who were given a walkover in their game with Castlemahon. The West outfit prevailed on points difference.
Mungret St Paul’s picked up a one point win to top the other group, with Drom Broadford finishing second following their win over Glin.
Kilteely Dromkeen put six goals past Bruff as they eased their way to victory, leaving them third in the group behind Croom and Mountcollins GAA.
Newcastle West recorded a win over Feenagh Kilmeedy to top group two, while Cappagh defeated Athea to secure third spot.
In the Junior A championship, there were wins for Hospital Herbertstown, Monaleen and Mungret St Paul’s.
County Intermediate Football Championship
- St Patrick’s 1-07 : 3-12 St Senan’s
- Castlemahon 0-0 : W/O Galbally
- Pallasgreen 0-06 : 2-18 Rathkeale
- Glin 1-10 : 3-11 Dromcollogher Broadford
- Gerald Griffins 1-14 : 2-12 Mungret St Pauls
County Premier Junior A Football Championship
- Ballybrown 0-0 : W/O Mountcollins
- Kilteely Dromkeen 6-14 : 1-07 Bruff
- Monagea 0-0 : W/O Croom
- Cappagh 1-13 : 1-09 Athea
- Granagh Ballingarry 0-0 : W/O Cappamore
- Newcastle West 0-17 : 1-02 Feenagh Kilmeedy
County Junior A Football Championship
- Banogue 0-0 : W/O Camogue Rovers
- Ballybricken Bohermore 3-04 : 4-08 Hospital Herbertstown
- Castletown Ballyagran 2-07 : 3-05 Monaleen
- Fedamore 0-04 : 6-21 Mungret St Paul’s
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