Two quarter-final berths remain to be filled in Limerick JAHC

The quarter-finals and relegation play-offs continued to take shape with still voids to be filled following a weather disrupted Sunday.

With a number of games postponed, there are still some places to be filled in the Limerick Junior A Hurling Championship quarter-finals. Prior to the final round, there were six teams guaranteed of their quarter final place with that number unchanged.

One more team was condemned to the relegation play-offs with one more spot to be filled.

So far, these teams have booked their quarter-final berth,

  1. Caherline
  2. Crecora Manister
  3. Feeenagh Kilmeedy
  4. St Patricks
  5. Mungret St Pauls
  6. Dromcollogher Broadford

Group One

With just one game played, Askeaton kept their quarter final hopes alive with a win over Ballybricken Bohermore. It leaves both those clubs on six points, level with Monagea and Kilteely Dromkeen who both saw their final round game postponed.

Group Two

The only group where each of the four games were played, Caherline maintained their perfect record with a fifth successive win, defeating Templeglantine by a solitary point. They remain the only team to take points off Creoca Manister who will come into the quarters off the back of another promising victory as they saw off Garryspillane by 25-points. Tournafulla concluded their campaign with a four point victory against Claughaun who face into the relegation play-offs.

Group 3

The crucial clash of Killeedy and Ahane fell foul of the weather and ensures the side to feature in the relegation final remains unknown. Feenagh Kilmeedy won their fifth game on the trot overcoming fellow quarter-finalists St Patricks who would have topped the group had they won. Old Christians got the upper hand against Castletown Ballyagran that ensured their safety.

Group 4

With their progress to the quarters already guaranteed prior to throw in, Mungret St Pauls and Dromcollogher Broadford played out a draw with the City side topping the group. Rathkeale beat Blackrock in a relegation deicer with the South side to face into a play-off.

Limerick JAHC Final Round Results

Group One

  • Askeaton 2-13 : 0-16 Ballybrocken Bohermore

Group Two

  • Caherline 0-18 : 1-14 Templeglantine
  • Tournafull 4-14 : 4-10 Claughaun
  • Crecora Manister 4-17 : 0-4 Garryspillane

Group Three

  • Feenagh Kilmeedy 2-21 : 2-9 St Patricks
  • Old Christians 3-10 : 2-10 Castletown Ballyagran

Group Four

  • Mungret St Pauls 1-14 : 0-17 Dromcollogher Broadford
  • Rathkeale 2-15 : 0-6 Blackrock

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