SOLD OUT | Munster Senior Hurling Championship Final sells out in minutes

Terrace tickets went on general sale on Thursday afternoon at 12pm as Munster GAA announced the game was sold out within 20 minutes.

The 2023 Munster Senior Hurling Championship final between Limerick and Clare will be a sell out at the TUS Gaelic Grounds on June 11 it has been confirmed already.

Tickets for the highly anticipated clash went on general sale on Thursday afternoon at 12pm as Munster GAA announced the game was sold out within 20 minutes.

It was solely terrace tickets that were on general sale on Ticketmaster with Stand Tickets for the Ennis Road venue with the respective County Boards.

Limerick take on Clare in a final that seemed far from the realms of possibility prior to the final round of games. With Clare already through, Tipp just needed to avoid defeat against a pointless Deise in Thurles. But Waterford’s win allowed Limerick to advance following their one-point win over Cork, eliminating the Rebels in the process.

This year’s final will be a repeat of the 2022 edition as Limerick needed extra-time to see off the Banner and claim their fourth successive title. Clare are without a provincial win since 1998.

Throw in on Sunday week is at 1.45pm in a now sold out TUS Gaelic Grounds.

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