Limerick take on Waterford this Sunday at 2pm in the National League hurling final.
It is Limerick’s first time in the final since 2006 when they were beaten by Kilkenny.
The game will act as part of a triple-header with the Camogie final between Galway and Kilkenny throwing in at 12pm with the National football league final between Kerry and Mayo beginning at 4pm.
Each of the games will be televised on TG4, the broadcaster announced on its Twitter page.
Tickets have also been released for the triple header with adult tickets priced at €30 and Juvenile (Under 16 Years of Age-Cusack/Davin Stand only) €5
For students/OAP’s there is a concession available at Block D Cusack Stand with Cusack/Davin stand match day ticket and Valid ID (on full price €30 tickets).
Tickets can be purchased by clicking on this link.
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