*Cooraclare’s Micheál Garry. Photograph: Gerard O’Neill

SECOND ROUND pairings have been confirmed for the U21 football championships.

St Joseph’s Miltown have secured a bye to the quarter-finals of the U21A championship where they will hope to pick up their first win of the campaign.

Wolfe Tones who lost out to St Joseph’s Doora/Barefield on Monday evening will have home advantage over Cooraclare. Kilrush/Killimer who suffered a heavy round one loss to Corofin will welcome Éire Óg to West Clare in the second round.

After giving a walkover to Clondegad on Saturday morning, Clooney/Quin have opted to withdraw from the U21B first round.

While The Banner gave a walkover in the opening round, they remain in the competition and will face off with the West Clare amalgamation of Western Gaels while Corofin’s second string will meet Parteen/Meelick with the winner advancing to a third round clash with Cratloe.

U21A Football C’Ship Rnd2: (first named team has home advantage)
Kilrush/Killimer vs Éire Óg
Wolfe Tones vs Cooraclare
Bye for St Joseph’s Miltown

U21B Football C’Ship Rnd2:
Western Gaels vs Banner
Corofin (2) vs Parteen/Meelick

U21B Football Championship Rnd3:
Corofin (2) or Parteen/Meelick vs Cratloe

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