*Shannon Town’s Fionn McInerney. Photograph: Natasha Barton
HOME ADVANTAGE has been obtained by the three Clare clubs remaining in the last 32 of the Munster Junior Cup. 

Weekends wins saw Newmarket Celtic, Bridge Utd and Shannon Town advance to the fourth round of the provincial competition and this is the first round where they will be facing teams from outside the county.
Steo Dolan’s Shannon Town who defeated neighbours Shannon Hibs 5-2 on Sunday will welcome East Cork outfit, Corkbeg to Lynch Park.
Fresh from eliminating Avenue Utd from the competition, Newmarket Celtic managed by Paddy Purcell will face Roscrea side, Killavilla FC in Newmarket-on-Fergus.
Bridge Utd have to wait a bit longer to find out which Cork team will be making the trip to Sixmilebridge. Mark Culbert’s charges will meet the winners of Casement Celtic versus Avondale FC.
Regional Utd who have Shannon duo Eoin Duff and Brian O’Connor forming part of their attack with Newmarket-on-Fergus’ Rob Shier between the posts will be expected to progress when they play either Blarney Utd or Riverstown FC B.
Fourth round games are to take place on or before December 11th.
MUNSTER JUNIOR CUP FOURTH ROUND:
Fairview Rangers v Grattan Utd/Village Utd
Newmarket Celtic v Kilavilla FC
Abbeyfeale Utd v Ferrybank FC
Fairview Rangers B v Tramore AFC
Springfield v Peake Villa AFC B
Shannon Town v Corkbeg
Riverstown FC v Peake Villa AFC A
Tralee Dynamos/Killarney Celtic v Waterford Crystal
Two Mile Borris-St Kevins FC v Charleville
College Corinthians v Rearcross
Rathkeale AFC v Ballynanty Rovers
Villa FC v Killarney Ath
Nenagh v Killumney Utd/Dunmanway Town FC
Bridge Utd A v Casement Celtic/Avondale AFC
DougLas Hall v Watergrasshill Utd/Mizen Hob FC
Regional Utd v Blarney Utd/Riverstown FC B

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