Sporting Limerick to live stream SHC semi finals

The 2018 Limerick Senior Hurling Championship semi finals at the Gaelic Grounds this coming Sunday will be live streamed by Sporting Limerick.

First up will be the clash between Patrickswell and Doon at 2pm. Patrickswell reached the last four with a comprehensive victory over South Liberties in the quarter final, while Doon made the semi final after finishing second at the end of the group stages. Doon will be slight favourites going into the game but will face a Patrickswell side that looked rejuvenated in their quarter final win.

Cian Lynch in action for Patrickswell

The second semi final sees current champions Na Piarsaigh face off against the team they beat in last season’s decider, Kilmallock. Na Piarsiagh are unbeaten in 2018 and have eased through the gears in reaching this stage of the competition. The teams have already met in 2018 and could not be separated with the game finishing 2-15 to 0-21.

Oisin O’Reilly in action against Murroe Boher

Kilmallock easily accounted for Murroe-Boher in their last game and will be hopeful of causing Na Piarsaigh similar problems that they did when the sides met earlier on in the campaign. This game throws in at 3:45pm. Both games are live on sportinglimerick.com and via the Sporting Limerick YouTube channel.

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