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Limerick's Munster minor hurling and football championship ties to be streamed live

Limerick's Munster minor hurling and football ties to be streamed live online

Limerick celebrate their 2019 Munster MHC title success

MUNSTER GAA officials have confirmed that all games in the upcoming Electric Ireland Munster Minor Hurling and Football Championships will be streamed live.

The Limerick minor footballers are first into action of the U17 teams. On Saturday October 24 at 1pm – they play Waterford in the LIT Gaelic Grounds in the provincial quarter final.

Limerick are managed by Joe Lee (Newcastle West) with coach-selectors Dave Lavin (Adare), Stephen Lavin (Adare), Paudie McCarthy (St Kierans) and John O'Grady (Oola).

Captained by Eoin McGrath (Galbally), Limerick will be bidding to reach a Sunday November 8 at 1pm semi final against Clare or Tipperary in LIT Gaelic Grounds or Cusack Park Ennis.

Meanwhile, Limerick's Munster minor hurling title defence begins at the semi final stage on Friday October 30 at 6.30pm in Semple Stadium Thurles against Clare or Cork.

Limerick are again managed by Diarmuid Mullins (Mungret). He will have Andrew O'Shaughnessy (Kilmallock), Tommy Quaid (Effin) and Ger Barry (Killeedy) as his coach-selectors.

Captained by Adam English (Doon), Limerick will be bidding to reach a seventh provincial final in eight years - 2017 the only year since 2013 without Limerick involvement in the Munster MHC final.

The Munster GAA live streaming begins this weekend with two quarter finals - Cork play Clare on Saturday and Kerry play Tipperary on Sunday.

Supporters can sign-up to these games in advance via the Munster GAA web site - both quarter final ties will be available for €5 each.

Munster GAA in association with Nemeton and Stream Sport will provide the streaming coverage throughout the upcoming Munster Minor Championships.

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