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How To Watch Limerick v Galway In Mouthwatering Semifinal

How To Watch Limerick v Galway In Mouthwatering Semifinal
By Luke Delaney Updated

Limerick face a huge test this weekend against Henry Shefflin's Galway. John Kiely's side are one game off a second All-Ireland final in a row after beating Cork in last year's final. Here's all the information you need to know including how to watch Limerick v Galway.

When is Limerick v Galway? 

Throw in is at 3:30pm on Sunday the 3rd of July

How to watch Limerick v Galway

Coverage starts on RTÉ 2 and Sky Sports Arena at 3pm.

Form Guide

Galway squeezed by Cork in the quarterfinal in a thrilling affair at Semple Stadium. The Tribesmen had to survive a late fight back from Cork to grind out a 2-19 to 1-21 win. A terrific performance from corner back Jack Grealish was rewarded with the Man of the Match award, while there were also good showings from the likes of Cathal Mannion and Conor Whelan.

Prior to this, Galway were defeated by Kilkenny in the Leinster SHC final by a scoreline of 0-22 to 0-17.

For Limerick, their last outting was against Clare in the Munster SHC final. After an intense and highly competitive first 70 minutes, the sides couldn't be seperated and extratime was needed to decide the winner.

Limerick ended up winning 1-29 to 0-29 with their full forward pairing of Aaron Gillane and Seamus Flanagan combining for 18 points.



Speaking to Limerick Live ahead of the semifinal, Limerick Mike Casey highlighted his side's intensity in previous years and that their hard work is what they pride themselves on.

Casey said:


"It's one thing that we pride ourselves on - sometimes it's about getting down to the brass tacks and working to win that ball. We love doing that - it doesn't matter if we go and win a game by 20-30 points or win one point to no score. We just love the battle and intensity and working hard and that’s what we love and I think we have really put that stamp on our play - when people come and play us we are going to be physical and you have to match that,"

A place in the All- Ireland final awaits one of these sides where they will play either Kilkenny or Clare.

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