Live coverage of Limerick’s League clash with Wexford confirmed

The Limerick footballers’ bid for National League promotion resumes on the 18th of October as they welcome Wexford to Mick Neville Park.

That game will be shown live on GAAGO with Limerick’s very own Liam Aherne on commentary duties.

The following week they conclude their campaign with a trip to Sligo where a brace of wins will guarantee promotion.

It is yet to be confirmed whether that game will be shown live or not.

On Saturday October 31st, Limerick begin their Mmunster Championship campaign against Waterford with the game at the Fraher Field to also be shown live on GAAGO.

The Hurlers Munster Quarter-Final clash with Clare on October will be shown live on RTE on the Sunday game on October 25.

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