Blackrock's Dylan Dawson moves clear of Garryspillane's James Ryan during their Limerick SHC tie. PIC: Keith Wiseman
THE line-up for the knockout stages of the senior and intermediate Limerick club hurling championships will be decided this weekend.
There are 24 games in the fixture list across round three of the senior, intermediate and junior championships.
Relegation issues will also be decided in the top three grades with another two rounds of JAHC to follow in October before that championship reaches the quarter finals.
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In the 12 team Bon Secours Limerick SHC the only certainty is that Monaleen will play in the relegation play-off to determine who drops to the Premier IHC for 2022. While a number of teams have one foot in the knockout stages, mathematically all can't be confirmed only after the weekend games. However, scoring difference would suggest that Patrickswell will be in the knockout stages as an Ahane win over Doon would see Doon drop to bottom of the group.
In the Lyons of Limerick County Premier IHC, Mungret and Newcastle West are assured of semi final spots, while also confirmed is that Bruff will play in the relegation play-off.
In the Nick Grene Limerick IHC, final standings have yet to be confirmed but assured of quarter final places are Bruree, Granagh-Ballingarry, Croom and Knockaderry. Also confirmed is that Tournafulla will be one of four sides in the relegation pla-off to decide who drops to the junior ranks next year.
There are only two of five rounds of the Woodlands Hotel Limerick JAHC played and those with 100% records are Kilteely-Dromkeen, Mungret, Ballybricken-Bohermore, Caherline, Castletown-Ballyagran and Ballybrown.
Bon Secours Limerick SHC Round Three
South Liberties v Garryspillane on Friday September in LIT Gaelic Grounds at 7.30pm
Ballybrown v Na Piarsaigh on Saturday September 18 in LIT Gaelic Grounds at 7.30pm
Ahane v Doon on Sunday September 19 in LIT Gaelic Grounds at 2pm
Adare v Kildimo-Pallaskenry on Sunday September 19 in LIT Gaelic Grounds at 6pm
Lyons of Limerick Premier IHC Round 3
Cappamore v Murroe-Boher on Sunday September 19 in Caherconlish at 1pm
Dromin-Athlacca v Glenroe on Sunday September 19 in Kilfinane at 1pm
Knockainey v Mungret on Sunday September 19 in Claughaun at 1pm
Newcastle West v Bruff on Sunday September 19 in Croagh at 1pm
Nick Grene Limerick IHC Round Three
Bruree v Granagh-Ballingarry on Saturday September 18 in Croom at 5.30pm
Hospital-Herbertstown v Pallasgreen on Sunday September 19 in Kilteely at 1pm
Croagh-Kilfinny v Knockaderry on Sunday September 19 in Newcastle West at 1pm
Kilmallock v Effin on Sunday September 19 in Kilbreedy at 1pm
Woodlands Hotel Limerick JAHC Round Three
Monagea v Kilteely-Dromkeen on Friday September 17 in Kilbreedy at 7.30pm
Caherline v Ballybricken-Bohermore on Saturday September 18 in Cappamore at 4pm
Garryspillane v St Kierans on Saturday September 18 in Kilmallock at 4pm
Templeglantine v Dromcollogher-Broadford on Saturday September 18 in Tournafulla at 5pm
Crecora-Manister v Old Christians on Saturday September 18 in Mungret at 5.30pm
Killeedy v Claughaun on Sunday September 19 in The Bog Garden at 1pm
Feenagh-Kilmeedy v Monaleen on Sunday September 19 in Mick Neville Park at 1pm
Staker Wallace v Castletown-Ballyagran on Sunday September 19 in Bruff at 1pm
Ballybrown v Rathkeale on Sunday September 19 in Askeaton at 5pm
Mungret v Askeaton on Sunday September 19 in Clarina at 5.30pm
Ahane v St Patricks on Sunday September 19 in Caherdavin at 8pm
Patrickswell v Doon on Sunday September 19 in Caherdavin at 5pm
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