Three interesting PJFC games down for decision | Friday Football Fixtures

The third tier of Limerick football takes centre stage this Friday evening with games in both groups of the PJFC to be played.

There are three games in the Premier Junior Football Championship down for decision this Friday evening in West Limerick.

In group one, Monagea will look to get off the mark as they face Ballybrown, who have one win to their name thus far, in Ballingarry.

Group two pits last year’s finalists and undefeated Feenagh Kilmeedy against pointless Athea. Cappagh take on promoted Granagh Ballingarry in the groups other game.

County Premier Junior A Football Championship

Group 1 – Round 3  

Monagea V Ballybrown, Friday August 18th in Ballingarry at 7.00pm    

Group 2 – Round 3

Granagh Ballingarry V Cappagh, Friday August 18th in Feenagh at 7.00pm  

Feenagh Kilmeedy V Athea, Friday August 18th in Foynes at 7.00pm


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