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22nd Jul 2021

Finals, grudge-matches, revenge – This weekend’s GAA TV schedule has it all

Lee Costello

What’s on the tube this week?

After the thrilling intensity of GAA last weekend, you could nearly do with a break just regroup, catch your breath and take it all in.

The GAA waits for no one however, so brush yourselves off and get ready for another action-packed weekend, including some mouthwatering match-ups in hurling and not one, but two, provincial football finals.

Clare beat Wexford in an exciting game last week but they have no time to celebrate as they go straight from the oven and into the frying pan, taking on Cork on Sky Sports.

Mayo have cruised through this championship so far, but Galway will provide a stern test, and despite their form being very hot and cold, they boast a strong team on paper, which will make for an interesting Connacht final.

Kerry will come full circle if they manage to beat Cork in the Munster final this Sunday, after their shocking defeat to them last year in the championship. Revenge is all they have on their minds.

The ladies football championship is really starting to spice up as Kerry take on Donegal, and Meath play Tipperary, all shown on TG4.

Bring it on!

Thursday, July 22nd

Leinster U20 Football Championship final: Offaly vs Dublin @ 7:30pm live on TG4

Friday, July 23rd

All-Ireland Ladies Football Championship: Meath vs Tipperary @ 7:30pm live on TG4

Saturday, July 24th

All-Ireland Hurling Championship qualifiers round 2: Waterford vs Galway @ 2pm live on Sky Sports

All-Ireland Hurling Championship qualifiers round 2: Clare vs Cork @ 4:30pm live on Sky Sports

All-Ireland Ladies Football Championship: Kerry vs Donegal @ 5pm live on TG4

Allianz Hurling League D1 relegation playoff: Laois vs Westmeath @ 7:30pm live on TG4

Sunday, July 25th

Connacht Football Championship final: Galway vs Mayo @ 1:30pm live on RTÉ2

Munster Football Championship final: Kerry vs Cork @ 4pm live on RTÉ2