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11th Jul 2023

Times, TV channels, dates – this weekend’s GAA schedule is mighty

Lee Costello


And then there was four.

Everything you need to know about this weekend’s GAA schedule is right here from times, dates, venues and TV channels, we have it all.

This is the biggest weekend of the football calendar so far this year, and it is mouthwatering to say the least, as we have two semi-finals and a heap of other action on the tube.

First up is the Tailteann Cup final between Down and Meath which takes place on Saturday at 3pm, and it’s quickly followed by a very interesting tie.

Dublin will take on Monaghan as the Ulster side will hope to prove all doubters wrong and reach the All-Ireland final, something that nobody would have believed at the start of the season.

The task seems impossible, but the Farney county keep proving people wrong this season, causing upset after upset, and pulling off incredible victories.

Then on Sunday we see the intriguing tie between Derry and Kerry, where again the Ulster team are the underdogs, but that won’t bother the Oakleaf county.

After achieving back to back Ulster titles, Derry feel they are now ready to dine at the top table and that means taking on the men from The Kingdom.

Both David Clifford and Shane McGuigan had quiet games in the quarter finals despite being their county’s top scorers throughout the year, so we are expecting both of them to explode this Sunday.

Saturday 15 July

All-Ireland SFC semi-final
Dublin v Monaghan, Croke Park, 5.30pm – RTE

Tailteann Cup final
Down v Meath, Croke Park, 3pm – RTE

All-Ireland Ladies SFC quarter-finals
Kerry v Meath. Tralee, 7.30 pm – TG4 
Armagh v Cork, BOX-IT Athletic Grounds, 3.30pm – TG4
Galway v Mayo, Pearse Stadium, 1.30pm – TG4


Sunday 16 July

All-Ireland SFC semi-final
Derry v Kerry, Croke Park, 4pm – RTE

All-Ireland JFC final
Kilkenny or London v New York or Warwickshire, Croke Park, 1.30pm

All-Ireland Ladies SFC quarter-final
Donegal v Dublin, Ballybofey, 2pm – TG4 

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