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15th May 2024

Incredible TV schedule for what must be the GAA weekend of the year

Niall McIntyre

This weekend coming is arguably the most action-packed of the entire season.

As the start of the All-Ireland senior football championships coincides with the Tailteann Cup and the business-end of the provincial hurling championships – throw in the Joe McDonagh and the All-Ireland U20 football final for good measure – it won’t get any more wall-to-wall than this.

The All-Ireland Senior football championship begins on Saturday with a quartet of games, two of which will be shown on GAAGO. 

Kerry-Monaghan is followed up by Galway-Derry on the streaming platform.

10 March 2024; Alan Connolly of Cork during the Allianz Hurling League Division 1 Group A match between Offaly and Cork at Glenisk O’Connor Park in Tullamore, Offaly. Photo by Tyler Miller/Sportsfile

The now crucial meeting of Dublin and Kilkenny in the Leinster hurling championship will also be shown on GAAGO on Saturday, with a throw-in of 6.00 in Parnell Park.

GAAGO will have Wicklow and Laois’ Tailteann Cup meeting on Sunday but that aside, the Munster senior hurling championship takes over with a Super Sunday of games live on RTÉ.

First, the Davy Fitzgerald derby takes over with Clare hosting Waterford in Cusack Park before all attention turns to Thurles, for the near knock-out clash of Tipperary and Cork.

Bring it on. Bring it all on. See the full fixture list and tv details below.

Saturday 18 May

All-Ireland SFC round 1
Clare v Cork, Cusack Park, 6.00
Galway v Derry, Pearse Stadium, 5.30 – GAAGO
Mayo v Cavan, Hastings MacHale Park, 5.00
Kerry v Monaghan, Killarney, 3.00 – GAAGO

Shane Walsh

Leinster SHC round 4
Dublin v Kilkenny, Parnell Park, 6.00 – GAAGO.
Antrim v Galway, Corrigan Park, 2.00

Tailteann Cup round 2
London v Down, Ruislip, 6.00
Waterford v Kildare, Dungarvan, 5.00
Wexford v Antrim, Chadwicks Wexford Park, 4.00
Limerick v Offaly, Rathkeale, 3.00
Carlow v Fermanagh, Dr Cullen Park, 3.00
Tipperary v Sligo, FBD Semple Stadium, 2.00

Joe McDonagh Cup round 4
Westmeath v Meath, TEG Cusack Park, 6.00
Laois v Down, Laois Hire O’Moore Park, 3.00

Sunday 19 May

Munster SHC round 4
Clare v Waterford, Cusack Park, 2.00 – RTE
Tipperary v Cork, FBD Semple Stadium, 4pm – RTE

Leinster SHC round 4
Carlow v Wexford, Netwatch Cullen Park, 3.00

Tailteann Cup round 2
Longford v Leitrim, Pearse Park, 2.30
Wicklow v Laois, Aughrim, 3.00 – GAAGO

Joe McDonagh Cup round 4
Offaly v Kerry, Glenisk O’Connor Park, 1.00

All-Ireland U20FC final
Tyrone v Kerry, Laois Hire O’Moore Park, 1.00 – TG4

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