LIVE STREAM: Sporting Limerick to live stream tonight’s Minor Premier Hurling Final

Garryspillane meet Patrickswell in the Gaelic Grounds tonight at 7.30pm in the Limerick Minor Premier Hurling Championship, a game that will be live streamed on our website.

Garryspillane come into the game looking to defend their title that won at the expense of Mungret St Pauls 12 months ago.

These sides met in round four of the group stages, playing out a thrilling 1-17 to 3-11 draw in Patrickswell. This left the sides deadlocked on seven points apiece in the group as there was nothing to separate them all year thus far.

Calvin Carroll in action fot Patrickswell seniors in the Limerick SHC Quarter Final against St Liberties.
Credit: Sport Action Photography

Patrickswell’s superior scoring difference saw them advance straight through to the semi finals whilst Garryspillane accounted for Ahane in the quarter finals.

In the penultimate round, Patrickswell booked their place in the final with a win over Na Piarsaigh whilst Garryspillance repeated the trick against Mungret.

Momentum is high in Garryspillane at the minute with their Intermediate side earning promotion to the senior ranks. This minor side has Intermediate Premier final man of the match Callum Sheehan in their ranks as well as the ever impressive Dylan O’Shea to name a couple.

Patrickswell will look to the likes of Calvin Carroll and Josh Considine who were eye-catching for their senior side in their run to the semi finals of the county championship. 

Throw in at the Gaelic Grounds is half 7. To catch the game follow the link to our website!

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