Former Clare hurling manager Tony Considine feels that more than 200 fans should be allowed to attend Sunday's Munster quarter final at Semple Stadium.
Munster GAA confirmed this week that the provincial semi final between Limerick and Cork on July 3 will act as a test event where 2,400 spectators will be permitted. Considine says that it should be the same across the board.
"You've a game on Sunday and there's only 200 people allowed into it and there's 2,400 allowed in the following Sunday. What's the difference here? What are the GAA thinking? Limerick and Cork can get 2,400 into Thurles and Clare and Waterford can only get 200. Where is the fairness there? I think it's unbelievable. I think it's absolutely unreal that the GAA would say we're allowing 2,400 into one game and we're only allowing 200 into another game."
Hear more from Tony Considine on the Lár Na Páirce Munster Championship Special from 6.10 on WLR.
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