Your guide to a brilliant weekend of sport and how to stream it all 4 months ago

Your guide to a brilliant weekend of sport and how to stream it all

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There is another excellent weekend of sport coming up.

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There is some great sport on over the weekend, from the All-Ireland Senior Football Championship finals to the Formula 1 French Grand Prix and golf's Amundi Evian Championship.

And here is how to stream it all with a NOW Sports and Sports Extra Membership.

Friday, July 22.

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The F1 French Grand Prix from Circuit Paul Ricard takes place across the weekend, with Friday's practice session beginning at 1 pm.

Max Verstappen, the reigning world champion, won this race last year and will be the favourite again for this weekend's Grand Prix in Marseille.

The Red Bull driver, however, will be pushed close by Charles Leclerc, who won the Austrian Grand Prix in the previous race this season.

You can stream all of this weekend's F1 with a NOW Sports Membership.

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Saturday, July 23.

On Saturday, you can stream the qualifying session for the F1 French Grand Prix with a NOW Sports Membership. Coverage of the qualifying session begins at 3 pm.

Max Verstappen was the fastest in qualifying last year, almost three seconds quicker than Lewis Hamilton in second place.

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Switching to golf, but remaining in France, you can also stream the Amundi Evian Championship this weekend.

There is Irish interest in the tournament, with Leona Maguire hopefully set to be among the contenders for the major tournament.

The Cavan-native, currently ranked 19th in the world, is among a strong field at the Evian Resort Golf Club on Lake Geneva.

You can stream the weekend's golf with a NOW Sports Membership, with coverage on Saturday starting at 10:30 am.

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Sunday, July 24.

Sunday's sporting action begins with the F1 French Grand Prix. Verstappen comes into the race leading the driver standings for this season.

The Dutch driver, with 208 points and six wins in the campaign so far, has a commanding lead over Ferrari's Leclerc, who is in second place with 170 points.

The Red Bull driver, however, knows he cannot become complacent after finishing second to Leclerc in the Austrian Grand Prix in the previous race of the season.

You can stream Sunday's race with a NOW Sports Membership, with coverage beginning at 2 pm.

The main event of the sporting weekend then takes place on Sunday, as the All-Ireland Senior Football Championship final takes centre stage with Kerry facing Galway at Croke Park.

The two teams have recorded memorable runs to the final. Galway won the Connacht Championship, where they beat Mayo, Leitrim and Roscommon en route to provincial glory. The Tribesmen then overcame Armagh in a penalty shootout in one of the most eventful All-Ireland ties of recent memory.

In the semi-finals of the All-Ireland Championship, Galway ran out comfortable winners over Derry after falling behind early in the game. Damien Comer scored twice for Pádraic Joyce's side and he will be crucial to Galway's chances on Sunday.

Kerry, meanwhile, won the Munster Championship, where they beat Cork and Limerick before facing Mayo in the All-Ireland quarter-final. The Kingdom beat Mayo 1-18 to 0-13 to set up a semi-final against fierce rivals Dublin.

In an epic encounter at Croke Park, the Kingdom emerged victorious thanks to an incredible last-minute free from Sean O'Shea.

Kerry will be the favourites for Sunday's All-Ireland final as they aim to win the Sam Maguire for the first time since 2014. It would be foolish, however, to write off Galway, who are in their first final since 2001, when they beat Meath.

Throw-in for the final is at 3:30 pm, and you can stream the game with a NOW Sports Membership.

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