Irish hurling will return to Boston's Fenway Park with a four-team tournament for the Players Champions Cup this November.

The event on Nov. 14-18 will be the third time in four years the sport will be contested in Fenway park after a 61-year absence, the Boston Globe reports.

“Hurling has been one of the most popular offseason events that Fenway Park has hosted in recent years, and the tournament format introduced last year added to the excitement,” said Fenway Sports Management managing director Mark Lev.

Last year tournament-winner Clare, 2018 All-Ireland champion Limerick, Cork and Wexford are the teams participating in the event, which will begin at 12:30pm and will include Irish food, music, and dancing.

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“Hurling is the one of the greatest games in the world, and whether it’s American football in Dublin, college hockey in Belfast, or hurling right here in Fenway: It’s uniquely Irish and uniquely Boston,” said Boston mayor Marty Walsh.

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