The All-Ireland final could be shown in Limerick on a massive TV screen 3 years ago

The All-Ireland final could be shown in Limerick on a massive TV screen

Should be a cracking day in the Treaty County.

Given the fact that tickets for the All-Ireland final are usually very tricky to find, Limerick fans might be thinking about making alternative plans to see the showpiece match.

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After their  superb comeback to see off Cork, John Kiely's men will be competing in their first All-Ireland final in 11 years as they await to see the winner of the Galway/Clare replay.

The Liam McCarthy Cup hasn't rested on Shannonside since 1973 and if the current cop of players manage to end that hoodoo, you could only imagine the scenes in the Treaty County.

Well, during a recent interview with Spin South West, Councillor Daniel Butler said that he'e hopeful of getting a massive large screen TV for the community to watch the game on.

"What I'm working on is trying to get a large screen for the city centre so we can all watch it together. We have looked outside City Hall as a good space as its a good wide open space, cause it can be contained and its safe, really its dictated by the Gardaí and what they feel is safe," he said.

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Butler adds: "What I'm working on is trying to get a large screen for the city centre so we can all watch it together. We have looked outside City Hall as a good space as its a good wide open space, cause it can be contained and its safe, really its dictated by the Gardaí and what they feel is safe."