'The Rock' rips into GAA over Cork v Limerick TV blackout

May 13, 2024

Cork's Darragh Fitzgibbon and William O'Donoghue of Limerick ©INPHO/Laszlo Geczo

Diarmuid O’Sullivan has slammed the decision to put last Saturday night’s Munster SHC clash between Cork and Limerick behind a paywall.

As the GAAGO debates continues to rumble on, ‘The Rock’ took to social media yesterday morning to vent his frustration at the hurling epic being not shown on RTÉ.

“Some embarrassment for the GAA waking up this morning in the knowledge that thousands of men, women, and especially kids were denied the chance to see the titanic battle last between Cork and Limerick,” he wrote on X.

“Don’t worry, lads, they got to see other sports on TV.”

The legendary Cork full back’s comments came after Taoiseach Simon Harris claimed that the GAA had “gotten it wrong” over streaming some of its biggest games.


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