High profile checks to monitor fans’ activity in Waterford and Limerick

A pub in Co Waterford has decided to keep its doors shut for the All-Ireland hurling final with the parishs best interests at heart.
Waterford take on Limerick at 3.30pm in behind closed doors Croke Park on Sunday and concern has been expressed that fans may gather to watch the match in large numbers.
But Crottys Inn in Lemybrien, Co Waterford tweeted on Friday evening: Unfortunately due to huge demand , and having our parishs best interests at heart prior to Xmas, weve decided not to open this Sunday for the hurling final.
The pub added: We will be open on Monday, hopefully celebrating an All Ireland victory. Wouldnt that be something ?!
On Friday gardaí warned hurling fans to enjoy this weekendss events by following the public health guidelines and regulations.
Unfortunately due to huge demand , and having our parishs best interests at heart prior to Xmas, weve decided not to open this Sunday for the hurling final.We will be open on Monday, hopefully celebrating an All Ireland victory.Wouldnt that be something ?!
Crottys Lemybrien (@crottysinn)
December 11, 2020