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14th Mar 2024

Eight blockbuster GAA games are live on TV this St Patrick’s Day weekend

Lee Costello


An incredible eight GAA games are going to be live on TV this St Patrick’s Day weekend as Gaelic football returns to our screens and hurling enters the nitty gritty stages.

Saturday is a football-heavy day with Galway vs Dublin kicking off the weekend at 3.15 pm on RTE, and that is quickly followed by Tyrone vs Monaghan in a relegation battle that could seal the fate of one of these Ulster giants.

The small ball action will see Antrim play Tipperary live on GAAGO, and then we can get stuck into the schools All-Irelands as the Dr Croke and Hogan Cup finals take place in the afternoon.

Sunday is equally as jam-packed as Roscommon take their survival fight to The Kingdom of Kerry, and that is quickly followed by Mayo’s clash with Mickey Harte’s Derry team.

There is also some Division Three action, and all eyes will be on County Down as they play Westmeath because it has been reported that Marty Clarke will return to the panel 13 years after his last game, but this time to play in nets.

All dates, times, and channels below:

Saturday, March 16th

Allianz Football League Division 1

Galway v Dublin- 3:15pm- Pearse Stadium- RTÉ1

Tyrone v Monaghan- 7:30pm- O’Neill’s Healy Park, Omagh- TG4

Allianz Hurling League Division 1B

Antrim v Tipperary- 3pm Corrigan Park, Belfast- BBC iPlayer & GAAGO

Dr Croke Cup Final

St. Kieran’s Kilkenny v St Raphael’s Loughrea 1pm- Croke Park- TG4

Hogan Cup Final

Omagh CBS v Mercy Mounthawk Tralee 3pm- Croke Park- TG4

Sunday, March 17th

Allianz Football League Division 1

Roscommon v Kerry – 1:45pm- Dr. Hyde Park- TG4

Mayo v Derry – 3:45pm- Hastings Insurance MacHale Park, Castlebar- TG4 App

Allianz Football League Division 3

Westmeath v Down – 3pm- TEG Cusack Park, Mullingar- TG4 App

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