John McGrath scored 0-12 for Loughmore-Castleiney against Nenagh Eire Og at Semple Stadium.
John McGrath scored 0-12 for Loughmore-Castleiney against Nenagh Eire Og at Semple Stadium.

Round-up: Saturday's Club Championship hurling action

Tipperary Senior Hurling Championship Semi-Final

Loughmore-Castleiney 1-22 Nenagh Eire Og 1-12

Limerick Senior Hurling Championship Quarter-Final

Na Piarsaigh 0-26 Ballybrown 0-13

Clare Senior Hurling Championship Quarter-Final

Eire Og 1-18 Feakle 1-13

Galway Senior Hurling Championship Quarter-Finals

St Thomas' 1-23 Killimordaly 2-16

Cappataggle 0-20 Ahascragh/Fohenagh 0-13

Kilkenny Senior Hurling Championship Quarter-Finals

Dicksboro 3-27 Bennettsbridge 2-14

O'Loughlin Gaels 2-14 Erins Own 0-10

Offaly Senior Hurling Championship

Birr 1-28 Seir Kieran 1-16

John McGrath was the star of the show as Loughmore-Castleiney marched into the Tipperary SHC Final.

Loughmore-Castleiney proved too strong for Nenagh Eire Og, who had stunned Thurles Sarsfields last week.

McGrath rifled 12 points for Loughmore-Castleiney, who also remain in contention for football glory in the Premier county.

Nenagh Eire Og had Jake Morris sent off in the second period as Loughmore-Castleiney impressed at Semple Stadium.

Liam Moore, Bill Sheehan, and Aidan Nolan grabbed goals as Dicksboro overpowered Bennettsbridge at UPMC Nowlan Park.

Mark Bergin contributed six points, while Eoin O'Shea and Paddy Butler struck 1-1 each for O'Loughlin Gaels, who were too strong for Erins Own.

Na Piarsaigh set up an attractive Limerick SHC semi-final against Patrickswell following a convincing win over Ballybrown.

Five first half Peter Casey points from play ensured Na Piarsaigh seized control at the LIT Gaelic Grounds.

St Thomas' and Cappataggle advanced to the penultimate round of the Galway SHC, while Eire Og beat Feakle in Clare, and in Offaly Birr outfoxed Seir Kieran.