Limerick JAFC winners Feohangh-Castlemahon seek Munster final spot

Feohanagh-Castlemahon captain Tossie Butler
LIMERICK junior A football champions Feohanagh-Castlemahon play Clare’s Coolmeen in the Munster semi-final this Sunday in their home ground of Coolyroe.

LIMERICK junior A football champions Feohanagh-Castlemahon play Clare’s Coolmeen in the Munster semi-final this Sunday in their home ground of Coolyroe.

That game has a 2.00 start in the west Limerick venue.

Feohanagh-Castlemahon bid to join Feenagh-Kilmeedy on Munster final day in Mallow on Decmeber 8.

Feenagh-Kilmeedy have already booked their hurling final spot and now Feohanagh-Castlemahon bid to advance to the junior football final.

If win on Sunday will see them play either Mount Sion (Waterford) or Keel (Kerry) in the final.

Standing in their way is a Coolmeen side that didn’t win the Clare title.

Indeed they were beaten in the semi-final but beat Ballyvaughan in a play-off.

They will have Clare inter-county midfielder Cathal O’Connor in their ranks.

Although their schedule for the last two months has been hectic the Castlemahon men can dig deep in front of a big home crowd.