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24 Jan 2022

Who won what? Limerick GAA completes club season of 988 matches across 30 competitions

Who won what? 30 trophies presented as Limerick GAA completes club schedule of 988 matches

THE 2021 Limerick GAA club season came to a close over the weekend with two county U21 football finals.

The finals concluded a club schedule of 988 hurling and football games between league and championship, from U19 to senior.

In total there were 30 cups presented - 16 in hurling and 14 in football. There were 10 adult championships, seven county league titles and also U19 and U21 championships.

There were cups won by 22 different clubs - nine from the west division, five from the east and four each for the south and city.

Kildimo-Pallaskenry and Mungret both won three trophies, while Granagh-Ballingarry, Adare, Ballybricken-Bohermore and Fr Caseys were two time winners.

LIST OF 2021 WINNERS

Hurling

SHC: Kilmallock

Premier IHC: Mungret St Pauls

IHC: Effin

JAHC: Caherline

JBHC: Blackrock

SHC County Cup: Kildimo-Pallaskenry

U21 Premier: Doon

U21 A: Cappamore 

U21 B: Granagh-Ballingarry

U19 Premier: Ballybrown

U19 A: Naomh Eoin

U19 B: Kildimo-Pallaskenry

Senior League: Adare

Intermediate League: Croagh-Kilfinny

Junior A League: Mungret St Pauls

Junior B League: Ballybricken-Bohermore

Football

SFC: Newcastle West

IFC: Kildimo-Pallaskenry

Premier JAFC: Fr Caseys

JAFC: Feenagh-Kilmeedy

JBFC: Granagh-Ballingarry

U21 Premier: Fr Caseys

U21 A: Adare

U21 B: Ahane

U19 Premier: Mungret St Pauls

U19 A: St Kierans

U19 B: Knockaderry

Senior League: Monaleen

Intermediate League: Athea

Junior A League: Ballybricken-Bohermore

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