THE TREATY take on the Rebels in what should be an intriguing affair with the winner advancing to the Munster final.
Here’s everything you need to know ahead of the fixture:
When and where is it on?
This one takes place on Saturday July 10 with throw-in down for 3 pm.
Limerick have home advantage as it’ll be held in The Gaelic Grounds.
What TV channel is it on and can I stream it?
Sadly, this one has not been chosen for TV coverage so GAAGO is the only option for fans.
You can buy the match stream for €8 here.
What are the teams?
Cork: Martin, Powter, O’Mahony, Flahive, O’Donovan, Meehan, Taylor, Maguire, Walsh, Hartnett, Deane, O’Rourke, Connolly, Hurley, Dineen
Limerick: O’Sullivan, O’Dea, Fanning, Donovan, Childs, Corbett, Brown, Treacy, Sheehan, Fahy, Enright, Neville, Bourke, Bourke
What are the odds?
Cork are heavy favourites at 1/9 while the home side are 13/2.
You can back the two sides to finish level after 70 minutes at 16/1.
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What’s been said in the build-up?
Brian Hurley is raring to go for the game as he’s said there is no place he would rather be after lockdown and his extended time on the treatment table.
He said: “When you’re missing for two years, you realise when you’re taken out of it how much you miss it, it’s like a second career in a way, if that makes sense.
“I love the craic, I love the dressing room, I love taking the Mick out of a few fellas and stuff, just the banter with the lads.
“You miss all that so, in a weird way, it would kind of remind you of rehabbing, you’re on your own and training and the fun part is competition.
“I love challenging myself against others and when you’re training on your own, it’s hard to know where you’re at exactly.”