Kilmallock will host this year’s Limerick SFC final between Newcastle West and Dromcollogher-Broadford on Sunday week, October 18.
The Gaelic Grounds was the venues when the sides clashed in a controversial draw and replay in 2012 but the final hasn’t been taken out of the county grounds in the two years since. Newcastle West was the venue for the 2013 decider between Monaleen and Drom-Broadford while Ballylanders and St Patrick’s clashed there last year.
But with Newcastle West in this year’s final - and seeking a first title since 1992 - Kilmallock was the favoured choice for Limerick GAA officials. The game will throw in at 3pm and will be preceded by the minor final between Fr Casey’s and Newcastle West.
The senior football relegation final will also take place that weekend, on Saturday, October 17, between Rathkeale and Adare in Askeaton at 3pm.
Limerick GAA have released their fixture list for the remainder of the club season.
Na Piarsaigh and Patrickswell clash in the SHC final in the Gaelic Grounds on Sunday at 3pm. The curtain raiser is the County Cup final between Bruff and Ballybrown at 1.15pm.
PREMIER INTERMEDIATE HURLING
Knockainey have already qualified for the final (and earned promotion). Bruree and Monaleen meet in the other semi-final on Saturday next in Kilmallock at 4.15pm. The final is on Saturday, October 24. Venue TBC.
The two semi-finals take place this weekend. On Saturday, Mungret and Cappamore meet in Bruff at 3.45pm while Glenroe and Feohanagh meet at the same venue on Sunday at 12noon. The Intermediate County Cup final between Knockaderry and St Kieran’s is in Newcastle West at 12noon on Sunday next
JUNIOR ‘A’ HURLING
Castletown-Ballyagran and Drom-Broadford meet in the first semi-final this Saturday, October 10, in Feenagh at 1pm. The other semi-final between Doon and Na Piarsaigh is fixed for Tuesday, October 20, in the Gaelic Grounds at 8pm
JUNIOR ‘B’ HURLING
Monaleen and Pallasgreen play in the first semi-final in Kilmallock this Saturday at 2.30pm (before the Bruree v Monaleen Premier IHC semi-final) while Doon and Mungret play on Sunday at 12noon in Claughaun.
Doon and Na Piarsaigh play in the Premier MHC final in Bruff at 3.45pm on Saturday week, October 17. Claughaun-Old Christians have qualified for the ‘A’ final where they will meet Granagh-Ballingarry/Rathkeale or South Liberties. That semi-final takes place on Sunday next at 11.30am with the final as the curtain raiser to the Premier final on the following Saturday
As mentioned above, Newcastle West and Drom-Broadford in the final on Sunday week in Kilmallock. The relegation final is between Adare and Rathkeale on Saturday week in Askeaton
Claughaun and Oola meet in the final in Bruff this Saturday at 2pm. Mungret have already survived a relegation battle against Hospital-Herbertstown
MINOR ‘A’ FOOTBALL
Fr Casey’s and Newcastle West meet in Kilmallock on Sunday, October 18, at 1.15pm