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15th Jun 2022

Seven GAA games live on TV for your weekend viewing

Lee Costello

Is it the weekend yet?

Last week saw the football qualifiers all tied up and presented with quarter final spots, but the hurling is already one step ahead as the knockout action begins this weekend.

First up we have Galway, who will be recovering from their Leinster final loss and the frosty hands of Brian Cody, as they look to bounce back against Cork in a mouth-watering clash.

That is quickly followed by the relentless Clare who will be facing Wexford at 3:45pm on RTÉ 2.

It isn’t all just hurling though, as the Tailteann Cup is set to make history by staging its first two ever semi-final matches.

Sligo play favourites Cavan, while Westmeath take on Offaly, so by Sunday evening, we will know who will be the first two ever finalists of the competition.

Ladies football is on display as well, as Cavan take on Mayo, and a hugely interesting match up between Armagh and the All-Ireland champions, Meath, follows straight after.

The Royals will undoubtedly be the favourites, but the Orchard county have been banging on the door for some time, and this could be the game to really awaken their full potential.



  • 1.45pm: RTÉ 2 – Galway v Cork – All-Ireland senior hurling quarter-final.
  • 3.45pm: RTÉ 2 – Clare v Wexford – All-Ireland senior hurling quarter-final.


  • 1.45pm: RTÉ 2 – Sligo v Cavan – Tailteann Cup semi-final.
  • 1.45pm: TG4 – Cavan v Mayo –  All-Ireland ladies football senior championship.
  • 2pm: Spórt TG4 YouTube – Tipperary v Galway – All-Ireland minor hurling semi-final.
  • 3.45pm: TG4 – Armagh v Meath – All-Ireland ladies football senior championship.
  • 4pm: RTÉ 2 – Westmeath v Offaly – Tailteann Cup semi-final.

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