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How To Watch Galway v Cork In The All-Ireland U20 Hurling Final

How To Watch Galway v Cork In The All-Ireland U20 Hurling Final
By Andrew Dempsey Updated

After a long delay, Galway will take on Cork in the All-Ireland U20 Hurling Championship final at Semple Stadium in Thurles. Both teams have had to wait to face one another in the final and here we are at long last.

It remains to be seen how Cork will emerge from their Covid-19 shutdown, while the Tribesmen have also been forced to wait for another competitive game.

Here's all you need to know ahead of Tuesday evening's tantalising clash at Semple Stadium, and how to watch Galway v Cork.

What time is Galway v Cork in the All-Ireland U20 Final?

Galway v Cork was originally slated to take place on Tuesday evening, August 17th, with a throw-in time of 7.30pm. On Saturday the GAA pushed the time if throw in back 24 hours. The match will now take place Wednesday evening.

Where is Galway v Cork taking place in the All-Ireland U20 Final?

Galway and Cork will do battle at Semple Stadium in Thurles.

How to watch Galway v Cork in the All-Ireland U20 Final?

Offaly v Roscommon will be broadcast on TG4 on Tuesday evening. The broadcast will begin at 7.15pm and is being presented by Micheál Ó Domhnaill.

What can we expect?

After what feels like the longest of long waits, we are finally inching closer to the final between this pair of Hurling bastions in the All-Ireland U20 final.

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The Rebels troubles have been well documented in recent weeks, with waves of Covid-19 scares hampering their preparations.

Cork reached the final after seeing off Limerick in the Munster final with a dramatic 1-26 to 1-24 win.

That was of course after they withstood a late barrage from Limerick in injury time.

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Galway on the other hand had a less dramatic win in the Leinster final over Dublin at O'Moore Park.

The Tribesmen turned in a rousing second-half display to see off the Sky Blues. That was after they defeated Kilkenny in their Leinster sem-final clash.

And with both teams having to wait so long for their next game, this has all the ingredients to be a Semple Stadium classic.

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