Cork v Limerick.
Cork v Limerick is one of four All-Ireland football qualifiers that will be broadcast live on TV this weekend, as we move towards the business end of the Championship.
Having reached the Munster Final, where they were comprehensively beaten by Kerry, Limerick enter the qualifying stage at the second round, along with fellow provincial runners-up Roscommon, Kildare and Donegal.
Cork, on the other hand, were busy over the Bank Holiday weekend, defeating Louth in the first round of qualifiers by a score of 2-12 to 2-08 on Saturday.
Here’s everything you need to know about the crucial encounter between Cork and Limerick this weekend.
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— Cork GAA (@OfficialCorkGAA) June 8, 2022
When is Cork v Limerick?
Cork v Limerick takes place on Sunday June 12th at Páirc Uí Chaoimh and has a throw-in time of 1.30pm.
Will Cork v Limerick be on TV?
The match between the Munster rivals will be the first of a double-header of All-Ireland qualifiers to be broadcast on RTE 2 on Sunday. It will be followed by Armagh v Donegal, which will begin at 4pm.
How is the form of both counties?
Limerick defeated Clare in an historic penalty shootout in their Munster quarter-final, before going on to overcome Tipperary in the semi.
Kerry, though, were much too good for Billy Lee’s men on Munster Final day, winning by a score of 1-28 to 0-08 points.
Cork gave The Kingdom a better game in their semi-final meeting, ultimately losing 0-23 to 0-11, before going on to defeat Louth in last weekend’s qualifier.
Limerick v Cork All-Ireland SFC Qualifier confirmed for this Sunday June 12 in Pairc Ui Chaoimh at 1.30pm.
📺 Live on RTE television pic.twitter.com/adduCu1vOJ
— Limerick Footballers (@LmkFootballers) June 6, 2022
What is at stake?
The winners of Cork v Limerick, and the other three round two qualifiers, will move into the All-Ireland quarter-finals, where provincial champions Dublin, Kerry, Derry and Galway lie in wait.
Sunday’s aforementioned double-header will follow meetings between Clare and Roscommon and Kildare and Mayo on Saturday. Both of those matches will be broadcast live on Sky Sports Arena.
Team news will be reported in due course.
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