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05th Apr 2024

Every GAA game on TV this weekend as Championship comes to town

Lee Costello


The championship has arrived.

It’s hard to believe but the championship has arrived, and it comes on a weekend where the Allianz National League hurling final takes place as well.

Clare will take on Kilkenny in the Division One final this Saturday, live on TG4 to see who will be crowned champions of the league, but the football championship will start even before that.

It’s Connacht that gets the ball rolling with Galway taking London on Saturday, and the same province will close out the weekend as Mayo make the long trip to New York for their opener.

The Ladies National League football finals are also taking place with Armagh taking on Kerry in the D1 final, and Kildare battle it out with Tyrone for the D2 title.

Arguably the most exciting contest this weekend will be up in Ulster as Monaghan take on Cavan in the preliminary round of the competition, and it promises to be a tasty affair.

Monaghan were relegated to Division Two this season but have a lot of men back from injury, including Rory Beggan who has returned from America, but Cavan have been enjoying life under Raymond Galligan and they have always been bit of a bogey team for the Farney men.

Full TV schedule here:

Saturday, April 6th

Connacht Senior Football Championship Quarterfinal: London v Galway McGovern Park, Ruislip- 3pm- GAAGO

Allianz Hurling League Div 1 Final: Clare v Kilkenny Semple Stadium- 7:15pm- TG4

Sunday, April 7th

Ladies National Football League Division 1 Final: Armagh v Kerry- Croke Park- 3pm- TG4

Ladies National Football League Division 2 Final: Kildare v Tyrone  Croke Park- 1pm- TG4

Ulster Senior Football Championship: Monaghan v Cavan – Clones- 4pm- RTÉ2 and BBC2 NI

Connacht Senior Football Championship Quarterfinals: New York v Mayo – Gaelic Park- 8pm- GAAGO

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