Three Limerick club football championship finals set for Sunday

Jerome O'Connell

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Three Limerick club football championship finals set for this Sunday

Stephen Walsh, Ballylanders and Jack English, Adare renew rivalries in Sunday's Limerick SFC final

LIMERICK GAA look set to play three county football championship finals next Sunday.

However, just the pairing for the senior final is known this Monday morning.

That Irish Wire Products Limerick SFC final is a repeat of the 2018 decider with Adare playing Ballylanders.

The final is set for Sunday (2pm) in the LIT Gaelic Grounds.

Adare will be looking to add another Fr Casey Cup title to their 2017 and ‘18 wins, while Ballylanders will be looking for their first county SFC silverware since 2014.

Both semi finals were yesterday and both resulted in six point wins – Adare overcoming Galbally, and Ballylanders defeating Ballysteen.

The county intermediate football final also looks set to be played next Sunday – in the fixture list for 4pm in Newcastle West.

Gerald Griffins booked their place in the final with a semi final victory over Mungret. The west Limerick men were beaten in this final last year by Galtee Gaels after a replay.

The second semi final takes place this Tuesday at 8pm when Claughaun face St Senans in Caherdavin.

Meanwhile, the junior A football final could also be on Sunday - it's in the fixture list for 12noon in Kilmallock.

Both semi finals are Tuesday – Crecora-Manister against 2019 finalists Croom in Kilbreedy at 8pm and Monagea facing Newcastle West's second string in Mick Neville Park at 8.30pm.

Elsewhere, with the top three tiers of club hurling already decided the junior A championship reached the semi final stage over the weekend.

The last four ties won’t be played until October 11 – Claughaun facing Croagh-Kilfinny and Patrickswell's second string against Dromcollogher-Broadford.