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How To Watch The All-Ireland Hurling Final Between Limerick And Cork

How To Watch The All-Ireland Hurling Final Between Limerick And Cork
By Andrew Dempsey Updated
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Age-old Munster Hurling rivals Limerick and Cork do battle in the All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship final on Sunday afternoon at Croke Park. This will be the first time the counties have faced one another in an All-Ireland Hurling Final in their 66th ever Championship meeting.

This will be Limerick's 19th All-Ireland Final appearance, while it will be Cork's 50th appearances in a final. Here's all you need to know ahead of this weekend's tantalising clash at Croke Park, and how to watch the All-Ireland Hurling Final in Limerick v Cork.

What time is Limerick vs Cork in the All-Ireland Hurling Final?

The All-Ireland Hurling Final between Limerick and Cork will take place on Sunday August 22nd at 3.30pm.

Where is Limerick vs Cork taking place in the All-Ireland Hurling Final?

The clash between Limerick v Cork will take place at Croke Park in front of 40,000 spectators.

How to watch the All-Ireland Hurling Final between Limerick and Cork?

Limerick v Cork will be broadcast on RTE 2 on Sunday afternoon. The broadcast will begin at 2pm, presented by Joanne Cantwell.

What can we expect?

Limerick have Cork standing in their way of yet another Liam McCarthy success as they take on their Leeside foes on front of 40,000 fans at Croke Park.

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Limerick come into the game having breezed to yet another Munster Championship. Cork come into the game after an impressive qualifier run.

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The Shannonsiders saw off the Leesiders earlier on in the Championship, winning 2-22 to 1-17 at Semple Stadium in the Munster Championship semi-final.

And they come into Sunday's game with the news that Peter Casey will be available for selection.

That is after his red card in the All-Ireland semi-final win over Waterford was rescinded.

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Cork come into the game on the crest of a wave having seen off Kilkenny in their semi-final.

They won that game after extra-time by a score of 1-37 to 1-32. That was after they saw off Clare and Dublin on their way to that semi-final win.

Tipperary's Fergal Horgan will be the referee for the Croke Park decider.

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