Three Limerick SHC round two clashes to be live streamed

There a number of streaming packages available to customers, with match, weekend, and seasons pass options available.

The round two fixtures of the Bon Secours Limerick SHC that will be streamed on LimerickGAATV have been announced, with three games on offer.

Viewers will have access to the clash between 2022 finalists Kilmallock and Ahane on Thursday, before getting the chance to see reigning champions Na Piarsaigh in action against promoted Kildimo Pallaskenry on Friday night.

Adare’s meeting with Ballybrown on Sunday is also available to stream.

There a number of streaming packages available to customers, with match, weekend, and seasons pass options available.

Check out Limerick GAA TV here.


Kilmallock v Ahane, Thursday 7pm

Kilmallock meet Ahane in Doon on Thursday, with last year’s beaten finalists actually getting the better of Doon in the opening round. Ahane also secured a victory in round one, as Tom Morrissey scored twelve points to inspire his side to victory over Kildimo Pallaskenry.

The 2022 finalists will hope to keep the momentum up, as they look to go one step further than last year, and win the championship they claimed the previous year.

Ahane are coming into the game as heavy underdogs, but they won’t mind that title, and with the Morrissey brothers in tow, you couldn’t rule them out.

See stream details here.


Na Piarsaigh v Kildimo Pallaskenry, Friday 7pm

Na Piarsaigh and Kildimo Pallaskenry face off in Claughaun on Friday evening, the same venue where the reigning champions suffered defeat at the hands of Aaron Gillane and Patrickswell last week.

The side, captained by Limerick’s Mike Casey, will be hoping, and expecting, to make amends for last week’s two point loss to the star studded Patrickswell. However they will be hampered by the loss of William O’Donoghue.

They come up against Kildimo Pallaskenry, who perhaps won’t be expecting much against a side of the quality of Na Piarsaigh, but they need a result, following their opening round defeat to Ahane.

While the odds may not be in their favour, any team that features Kyle Hayes might just stand a chance and without O’Donoghue, the defending champions are vulnerable.

See stream details here.


Adare v Ballybrown, Sunday 2.30pm

The final clash available to viewers this week is Adare and Ballybrown, who battle it out in Askeaton on Sunday.

Both sides picked up comprehensive wins in the opening round, as Ballybrown powered past Monaleen, running out 13 point winners, while Adare eased past Garryspillane, scoring four goals in the process.

Barry Adams, Aidan O’Connor, Willie Griffin, and Mikey Mackey all found the net for their respective sides last time out, and will hope to raise a few green flags on Sunday, in what promises to be a goal-fest!

And in group two where every point is crucial, both sides will be eager to get some distance atop the table.

See stream details here.


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