Two Limerick SFC clashes with implications at both ends of the table | Saturday Football Fixtures

The final games in the fourth round of the senior championship will be played as the permutations at each end of the tables to become clearer.

There are a pair of huge Limerick SFC games this evening with relegation implications for both and potential quarter final stakes in group two.

In group one, Claughaun meet Oola with neither team off the mark so far. A win for either would most likely secure safety but results last night mean it could come down to the last day with St Kierans still on two points.

In the other group, Galtee Gaels and Na Piarsaigh know knockout hopes will extinguish for the loser in Hospital. Both are on two points but with Ballysteen just a pair ahead, the final quarter-final spot is still up for grabs in the group.

In the intermediate championship, Crecora Manister and Castlemahon meet with the winners retaining their slim quarter final hopes while the loser will see their season come to an end.

Bruff and Monagea meet in the Premier Junior championship in Feenagh.

County Senior Football Championship

Group 1 – Round 4 

Claughaun V Oola, Saturday 26th August in Caherconlish at 6.00pm

Group 2 – Round 4 

Na Piarsaigh V Galtee Gaels, Saturday 26th August in Hospital at 6.45pm   

County Intermediate Football Championship – Round 4

Crecora Manister V Castlemahon, Saturday 26th August in The Bog Garden at 7.00pm

County Premier Junior A Football Championship

Group 1- Round 4 

Bruff V Monagea, Saturday 26th August in Feenagh at 6.45pm 

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