Mary Immaculate Fitzgibbon Cup quarter final to be streamed live by Electric Ireland

This Thursday’s Fitzgibbon Cup quarter final between Mary Immaculate College Limerick and Cork Institute of Technology will be shown live by Electric Ireland on their YouTube channel.

Mary I qualified for the knockout stages of the competition after wins over Maynooth University and Dublin Institute of Technology in the group stage.

They are managed by Cork’s Jamie Wall with Limerick star Aaron Gillane as their main scoring threat. The fixture at Mary I’s home ground has a 2:30pm throw in.

Elsewhere on Thursday, Limerick Institute of Technology have a quarter final when they play NUIG in Moylish at 1pm.

Limerick star Diarmuid Byrnes is captain of the LIT side that also contains fellow county players Peter Casey, David Dempsey and Oisin O’Reilly.

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