Doon's Richie English clears ahead of Kilmallock's Phelim O'Reilly
ALL five tiers of the Limerick club hurling championship are now into the knockout stages.
Na Piarsaigh and Doon have advanced directly to the October 14 semi final stage after the group phase.
In the quarter finals, Kilmallock play Murroe-Boher and Patrickswell play South Liberties.
Both games are on Sunday October 7 in the Gaelic Grounds - Kilmallock v Murroe-Boher at 2.00pm and Patrickswell v South Liberties at 3.45pm.
Ballybrown are relegated from Group One and will be replaced by the promoted South Liberties.
Cappamore are relegated from senior hurling, to be replaced by the Premier IHC winners.
LIMERICK PREMIER IHC
Mungret and Bruff have confirmed their place in the semi finals ahead of their final round games.
Both Garryspillane and Kildimo-Pallaskenry have games in game and if both are successful they will reach the final four. Pallasgreen and Blackrock could profit if the leading duo suffer defeat but The Bouncers and Kildimo-Pallaskenry only need one win from their two remaining games to advance.
Only the bottom team will be relegated and Bruree currently occupy that spot.
Glenroe and Dromin-Athlacca have reached the semi finals after the group phase.
In the Saturday October 6 quarter finals, Croom play Effin in Kilmallock at 2.15pm and Granagh Ballingarry face Knockaderry in Newcastle West at 3.00pm
The relegation final will be between Dromcollogher-Broadford and Claughaun-Old Christians in Bruff on Saturday October 6 at 2.15pm.
The four semi finalists are Killeedy, Tournafulla, Doon and Patrickswell.
On Saturday October 6, its Tournafulla v Doon in Bruff at 4.00pm and Killeedy v Patrickswell in Ballyagran 2.15pm.
The four semi finalists are Garryspillane, Feohanagh, Cappamore and Doon.
On noon on Sunday October 7, Doon play Garryspillane in Claughaun and Cappamore face Feohanagh in Bruff.
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