Limerick Teams involved on both sides of the Atlantic in Semple Stadium Thurles and Fenway Park Boston

TG4 will provide eight hours of live GAA coverage next Sunday afternoon 18th November. Two Provincial Club GAA matches will be broadcast live followed by live coverage of the Aer Lingus Fenway Hurling Classic from Fenway Park in Boston.

All five matches will be available live and on-demand for viewers all over the world on www.tg4.ie.

The full line-up of matches are as follows:

GAA BEO – TG4 – Sunday 18th November

1:30pm GAA BEO coverage begins on TG4

2:00pm AIB Munster Club Hurling Championship Final – Ballygunner (Waterford) v Na Piarsaigh (Limerick), Live from Semple Stadium Thurles (throw-in at 2pm)

3:30pm AIB Ulster Club Football Championship Semi Final – Gaoth Dobhair (Donegal) v Crossmaglen Rangers (Armagh), Live from Healy Park, Omagh (throw-in at 3:30pm)

Presented by Micheál Ó Domhnaill with commentary by Marcus Ó Buachalla, Cuán Ó Flatharta, Michael Rice, Pat Fleury and Mark Harte.

5:30pm Live coverage begins from Fenway Park of the Aer Lingus Fenway Hurling Classic

5:45pm Clare v Cork – first Semi Final in the Aer Lingus Fenway Hurling Classic

6:50pm Limerick v Wexford – second Semi Final in the Aer Lingus Fenway Hurling Classic

8:10pm Live coverage of the Aer Lingus Fenway Hurling Classic Final

The live coverage from Fenway Park in Boston will be presented by Gráinne McElwain with commentary and analysis by Brian Tyers, Donal O’Grady and Diarmuid Lyng. This will be TG4’s third year broadcasting from Fenway Park having previously broadcast the Fenway Hurling Classic in 2015 and in 2017. Over 30,000 spectators attended the event in November 2017 when Clare defeated Galway in the Final. Reigning champions Clare have been drawn in the first Semi-final where their opponents will be Cork in a repeat of this year’s Munster Senior Hurling Final while the second semi-final will see All-Ireland Champions Limerick taking on Wexford for a place in the final.

The four teams will compete for the Players Champions Cup in a Super 11’s format tournament with each semi-final lasting 40 minutes. Viewers worldwide will be able to watch these matches live on www.tg4.ie

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