LIMERICK GAA have confirmed dates, times and venues for the upcoming knockout stages of the hurling championships.
The Bons Secours County Senior Hurling Championship knockout ties will take place in the Gaelic Grounds.
In the quarter-finals, Na Piarsaigh will play Ballybrown on 5 September at 7:00pm before Doon face South Liberties at 1:00pm the following day.
The semi-finals will be held a week later on 13 September with Patrickswell and Kilmallock facing the winners of the outstanding quarter-finals ties.
Elsewhere, Blackrock will take on Monaleen in the Bons Secours County Senior Hurling Cup Final. This tie will be played in Caherconlish on 5 September at 5:00pm.
The Bons Secours County Senior Hurling Relegation Final between Garryspillane and Murroe Boher is set to be played in Bruff on 13 September at midday.
The remaining confirmed fixtures are as follows:
- Lyons of Limerick County Premier Intermediate Hurling Championship Semi-Finals
- Bruff v Mungret (5 September @ 3:00pm in Kilmallock)
- Kildimo Pallaskenry v Glenroe (5 September @ 3:00pm in Bruff)
- Lyons of Limerick County Premier Intermediate Hurling Championship Final
- Bruff/Mungret v Kildimo Pallaskenry/Glenroe (12/13 September in LIT Gaelic Grounds)
- Lyons of Limerick County Premier Intermediate Hurling Championship Relegation Final
- Bruree v Dromin Athlacca (6 September @ 1:00pm in Kilmallock)
- Nick Grene Sportsground County Intermediate Hurling Championship Quarter-Finals
- Na Piarsaigh v Hospital Herbertstown (6 September @ 1:00pm in Caherconlish)
- Croom v Kilmallock (6 September @ 6:00pm in Bruff)
- Newcastle West v Pallasgreen (5 September @ 5:00pm in Kilbreedy)
- Feohanagh v Knockaderry (5 September @ 5:00pm in Feenagh)
- Nick Grene Sportsground County Intermediate Hurling Relegations Semi-Finals
- Effin v Granagh Ballingarry (6 September @ 1:00pm in Dromcollogher)
- St Patricks v Tournafulla (6 September @ 1:00pm in Bruff)
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