Gardaí warn of traffic restrictions in Limerick tomorrow ahead of semi-final clash

Kerry supporters attending tomorrow’s All-Ireland semi-final replay in Limerick, are being warned not to park out the Ennis Road – or risk long delays on the way home. Buffalo Fenians Photo by Lake Effects Photography / CC BY-NC-ND 2.0 More than 40,000 fans are expected to attend the Kerry Mayo clash, which has a thrown-in time of 5 o’clock at the Gaelic Grounds. Limerick-based Garda Inspector Luke Conlon, advises Kerry fans to park in the city centre, and allow themselves plenty of time to walk to the stadium. Only residents will be allowed access to the area around the Gaelic Grounds from early tomorrow, and anyone who parks illegally in this area, will receive a parking ticket. He says Gardaí will be closing off the Ennis Road from early tomorrow: [audio_player src=””]