Three Limerick SHC games to be televised

Limerick Senior Hurling Championship games to be aired live

Limerick GAA have announced that three of the Limerick Senior Hurling Championship games will be televised live on Eir Sport and Tg4 respectively.

Round one of the SHC will take place on the weekend of April 20th-22nd where three of the games will be live from the Gaelic Grounds.

Kilmallock V Ballybrown and Patrickswell V Adare will be live on Eir Sport on the Saturday afternoon.

Na Piarsaigh V Doon will be live on the Sunday Afternoon on TG4.

Limerick GAA also announced that the Limerick SHC Final will also be live on Eir Sport on October 13th.

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