Six left in Limerick Senior Hurling Championship

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David Dempsey, Na Piarsaigh. AIB GAA Hurling All-Ireland Senior Club Championship Final, Na Piarsaigh, Limerick, v Ruairí Óg Cushendall, Antrim. Croke Park, Dublin. Picture credit: Ray McManus / SPORTSFILE
na piarsaigh limerick gaa limerick post sport news comment Six left in Limerick Senior Hurling Championship
Six left in Limerick Senior Hurling Championship. David Dempsey, Na Piarsaigh, playing in the AIB GAA Hurling All-Ireland Senior Club Championship Final v Ruairí Óg Cushendall, Antrim in 2016. Picture credit: Ray McManus / SPORTSFILE

by Mal Keaveny
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FAVOURITES Na Piarsaigh displayed no mercy as they dished-out a whopping 30-point (6-22 to 0-10) defeat to poor Knockainey in Caherconlish, a result that propelled Shane O’Neill’s side to top position in Group Two of the Credit Union Limerick Senior Hurling Championship.

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Limerick under 21s Peter Casey and Conor Boylan were among the goal-scorers, as was former underage star David Dempsey, only a few days overage this season.

Knockainey face-off against Bruff in the relegation final.

Champions Patrickswell and Adare are also through to the quarter-finals from Group Two, with the latter 3-28 to 2-9 winners over Monaleen. The ‘well were much too good for Cappamore.

In Group One, Kilmallock remain unbeaten after a slick 3-27 to 0-13 win against relegation-threatened Bruff in Kilbreedy. Under-21 Oisin O’Reilly hit a fine 1-5 from play.

Although Doon beat last year’s finalists (1-17 to 0-17), both teams progress to the quarters. Ahane overcame South Liberties but were unable to close the scoring gap between themselves and Ballybrown to qualify.

Quarter-finals (Saturday, September 16): Adare v Doon and Ballybrown v Patrickswell. Semi-finalists: Na Piarsaigh and Kilmallock.

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