In the grand scheme of things, two days isn’t a lot to some people, but for GAA fans waiting on word of an Allianz Hurling League final time and date, it can be an eternity.
At last, the GAA have confirmed details of this year’s Division 1 decider between Kilkenny and Limerick in what will be a repeat of the 2022 All-Ireland senior hurling championship final. While Limerick made light work of Tipperary in the end on Saturday night last, Kilkenny had six points to spare over Cork in UPMC Nowlan Park on Sunday to book their places in this year’s final.
Originally suspected to be heading to Croke Park with the VERY Camogie League Division 1 final as a curtain-raiser, the camogie has been set for GAA headquarters on Sunday 16 April with Cork and Galway once more set to do battle.
That paves the way for a trip to Cork with Pairc Ui Chaoimh booked to host this year’s league centrepiece with throw-in now confirmed for 2pm on Sunday 9 April, Easter Sunday. The GAA confirmed the venue in a short statement on Tuesday evening.
We’ll be there again to bring you the game live in full on air, online and in the KCLR app with thanks to Laharts, the home of Volkswagen and Skoda in Kilkenny.