Both Limerick SHC quarter finals to be streamed live from the TUS Gaelic Grounds

Mungret St Pauls and Doon is a novel pairing with the city men in the knockout stages of the top tier for the first time in four decades.

Sunday’s huge limerick Senior Hurling Championship quarter final will be streamed live on Limerick GAA TV it has been confirmed.

The pairings see neighbours Patrickswell and Ballybrown face off at 4pm while the clash of Doon and Mungret St Pauls throws in at 2pm.

Limerick SHC Quarter Final Preview

Both games will be streamed live from the TUS Gaelic Grounds with Na Piarsaigh and Kilmallock awaiting in the semis.

Mungret St Pauls and Doon is a novel pairing with the city men in the knockout stages of the top tier for the first time in four decades. However, Ballybrown and Patrickswell have history in the knockouts, meeting in the 2016 decider where Patrickswell ended a 13-year wait for honours.

23 October 2016; Cian Lynch of Patrickswell in action against Ross Griffin of Ballybrown during the Limerick County Senior Club Hurling Championship Final between Ballybrown and Patrickswell at the Gaelic Grounds in Limerick. Photo by Diarmuid Greene/Sportsfile

You can watch the games here.

Limerick SHC Quarter Final Fixtures

Sunday, October 1st in the TUS Gaelic Grounds

Doon v Mungret St Pauls at 2pm

Patrickswell v Ballybrown at 4pm

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