Patrickswell will face Kilmallock this Sunday in the 2021 Limerick county final. John O’Meara’s Patrickswell come into the final after dethroning 2020 winners Na Piarsaigh in the semi final on a score line of 3-21 to 1-22.
The 2019 winners looked sharp all throughout the game, especially in the first half where at one stage they lead by nine points.
They went into the half time break six points up and never really looked in trouble from there on.
In the second half Na Piarsigh were only able to get within four points of the Patrickswell men who then powered through in the final quarter, winning out by five points in the end.
They will face a Kilmallock side who are coming off the back of an emphatic win over east Limerick’s Doon on a score line of 4-20 to 2-16.
This will be Kilmallock’s first county final since 2017 as they aim to win their 12th title in total, and their first since 2014.
It is sure to be an intense encounter with many marquee names on the field which include the likes of Cian Lynch, Aaron Gillane, Diarmuid Byrnes and Graham Mulcahy to name a few who have all revelled in Limerick’s recent all Ireland glory.
The game is set to throw in at 3.45pm at the LIT Gaelic Grounds this Sunday, October 17.