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25th Jan 2022

Six GAA games shown on TV this weekend that you do not want to miss

Lee Costello

And so it begins.

The National League is finally upon us, the pre-season cups are done and dusted, the winners will say it was a brilliant stepping stone, and the losers will claim they never really cared about it anyway and that it was all about game time.

Regardless, that is in the past now, the warm-ups are done, and everyone cares about the league campaign.

In Division four and three, in particular, you could argue that the league is the most important part of their season, as they want to progress to Divisions two and one, start mixing it with the big boys and really prepare themselves for a stab at an All-Ireland.


GAA on TV this weekend.

While the county scene is just beginning to heat up, the club scene is peaking nicely, with the All-Ireland club semi-finals taking place.

Cork’s St Finbarr’s are playing Down’s Kilcoo, and then it’s Roscommon’s Padraig Pearses going up against Dublin’s Kilmacud Crokes.

Cork’s Mourneabbey and Galway’s Kilkerrin-Clonberne go head to head for the big one, as the All-Ireland senior club ladies football championship is up for grabs

GAA on TV this weekend: Saturday.

1pm: TG4 – Mourneabbey (Cork) v Kilkerrin-Clonberne (Galway) – All-Ireland senior ladies club football final.

3pm: TG4 – St Finbarr’s (Cork) v Kilcoo (Down) – All-Ireland senior club football semi-final.

5pm: TG4 – Padraig Pearses (Roscommon) v Kilmacud Crokes (Dublin) – All-Ireland senior club football semi-final.

7.30pm: RTÉ 2 – Dublin v Armagh – Division 1 football league.

GAA on TV this weekend: Sunday.

1.45pm: TG4 – Mayo v Donegal – Division 1 football league.

3.45pm: TG4 – Tyrone v Monaghan – Division 1 football league.

5.35pm: TG4 (Deferred) – Kerry v Kildare – Division 1 football league.

9.30pm: RTÉ 2 – Allianz League Sunday Highlights.