THE draws for the 2021 Munster GAA club hurling and football championships took place this Thursday evening.
Six Limerick teams will see action across the senior, intermediate and junior grades - dates are yet to be confirmed.
There are three Limerick v Cork hurling semi final fixtures.
In the Munster club SHC the Limerick winners will play the Cork representatives at a Limerick venue in the provincial semi final.
In the other side of the draw, the Clare winners will entertain the Waterford winners in a quarter final, with the Tipperary champions awaiting in the semi final.
In the Munster club SFC, the Limerick winners will be at home to the Waterford champions in a quarter final tie. The winners would play the Kerry representatives in a semi final.
In the other quarter final, the Clare winners will entertain a Tipperary side, with the Cork champions awaiting the winner in a semi final.
In intermediate hurling it is again a Limerick (Premier IHC winners) v Cork semi final - venue to be confirmed.
In the other side of the draw Clare entertain Waterford and Tipperary entertain Kerry in two quarter finals - the two winners to meet in a semi final.
In intermediate football, the Limerick champions will be away to the Clare winners in a quarter final. The winner will then play Cork.
In the other side of the draw, Tipperary entertain Waterford in a quarter final, with Kerry awaiting in a semi final.
In junior hurling, there will be another Limerick (JAHC winners) v Cork semi final - venue to be confirmed.
In the other side of the draw, Kerry's representatives entertain Tipperary and the Clare representatives entertain Waterford in two quarter finals - the winners to meet in a semi final.
In the Munster club junior football championship, the Limerick representatives will be at home to a Tipperary side in a quarter final. The winners will play a side from Waterford.
In the other side of the draw, Clare will entertain Cork with Kerry awaiting in a semi final.
For the latest Limerick club hurling championship fixtures see here
For the latest Limerick club football championship fixtures see here
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