Tickets on sale from Monday for Limerick/Galway semi-final

Kyle Hayes in action against Galway's Cathal Mannion and Joseph Cooney in the hurling league last February.

Limerick will have to defeat a resurgent Galway if they are to make it through to three All-Ireland hurling finals in a row.

The Westerners had a difficult road to the semi-final as they took on Cork in a close and competitive game that ended with only one point between the two sides.

With the clash between the two heavyweight sides closing in, the ticket and fixture details for the semi-finals have been confirmed.

The game has been confirmed for Sunday July 3 with a 3:30 pm throw-in. Viewers will be able to watch the games on both RTE and Sky Sports.

Tickets for the game will be available at 3pm on Monday afternoon in both Centra and Supervalu shops. Tickets will also be on sale online through Ticketmaster.

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Supporters will also had the opportunity to acquire tickets through their local clubs.

Student, family tickets and OAP tickets will only be available for the Davin and Cusack stands. Student and OAP tickets will be priced at €45. Juveniles will be priced at €10 and Adults will cost €50. Hill Sixteen tickets will be €35 while the Hogan Stand is priced at €50

Limerick go into the tie as favourites because of their 14 game winning streak. However, Henry Shefflin’s Galway side have been making waves this season and look to make a stamp on the competition.

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