In the coming weeks, Limerick GAA supporters will be able to view their own TV channel.
Following in the footsteps of the likes of Armagh and Mayo, Limerick have decided to launch their own online channel which will broadcast games in the local club hurling and football championships.
“We are looking at Limerick GAA TV, where rounds of the club championships will be broadcast live with interviews and other content as well,” The Limerick Leader reported County GAA secretary Mike O’Riordan as stating at their monthly County Board meeting.
“The new website is up and running at the moment – it is way easier to get results and fixtures and the latest news, club notes and the various GAA documents. All the various advertisers are on that also.”
The new channel is set to be a pay-per-view service and it is hoped that it will be a major success.
Follow the hoganstand.com match tracker this weekend for live coverage of the Allianz Football and Hurling Leagues, as well as the All-Ireland club senior finals at Croke Park.Tweet