Cusack Park is set to be full to capacity for next weekend’s Munster Senior Hurling Championship tie between Clare and Limerick.

Munster GAA released a statement on Sunday evening confirming “that the tickets.ie allocation (online sales, Centra and Supervalu stores) for next Sunday’s Clare v Limerick game in the Munster Senior Hurling Championship at Cusack Park Ennis has now sold out. Any remaining tickets are with the participating County Boards”.

Season ticket holders will gain entry once their payment is processed on their account as per the normal procedure.

It is effectively a Munster semi-final for both teams as a win guarantees them a place in the provincial decider. Clare, Limerick and Cork have already progressed to the All-Ireland series, currently the Treaty County sit on top of the table with Cork ahead of the Banner County on scoring difference.

Limerick come into the game on the back of a thirteen point win over Waterford and are currently unbeaten in this year’s campaign. Donal Moloney and Gerry O’Connor’s charges will be in positive spirits following their late fightback which secured their first Munster championship win over Tipperary in fifteen years.

Sean Doyle’s minor side face Limerick in a must win game at 12pm prior to the senior clash. They lost out by five points to Tipperary earlier today.

There is a 19,000 capacity in Cusack Park, RTÉ will wait until Monday to determine whether or not they will televise the game.

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