Limerick Prison will have no 'special provision' for the All-Ireland hurling final on Sunday
THERE will be “no special provisions” for more than 200 inmates at Limerick Prison for the Limerick versus Galway All-Ireland final, a spokesperson has confirmed.
The Limerick Leader asked the Irish Prison Service if they were making provisions for prisoners to watch the All-Ireland clash, which takes place this Sunday.
A spokesperson said that they are not making special provisions for the inmates, but confirmed that they can watch the historic game from inside their cells, where they have a television.
Limerick Prison has a capacity of 248 prisoners.