Seven GAA games will find its way to your TV screens this weekend 2 years ago

Seven GAA games will find its way to your TV screens this weekend

Big games for a big weekend.

The Football National League is back this weekend after a week off, and it's fair to say that things are getting interesting.


The league is really taking shape with the two previous All-Ireland winners, Tyrone and Dublin, are struggling and are yet to get a win on the board.

Dublin play Mayo which is a blockbuster event any time of the year, and will be the first time they have met since Mayo's famous win over the capital in last season's All-Ireland semi-final.

Tyrone will be without Kieran McGeary, Padraig Hampsey, Peter Harte and Michael McKernan after the four were sent off against Armagh.


The Fitzgibbon Cup Final is also on, and is the perfect game to kick off the whole weekend with a 3.15pm viewing on Saturday evening.


3.15pm: TG4 – GMIT/NUI Galway v IT Carlow/UL – Fitzgibbon Cup final


5.15pm: TG4 – Dublin v Cork – Division 1 ladies football league.

5.30pm: BBC Sport NI site – Armagh v Monaghan – Division 1 football league.

7.30pm: RTÉ 2 – Dublin v Mayo - Division 1 football league.



1pm: TG4 app – Derry v Cork – Division 2 football league… (Deferred coverage on TG4 at 5.35pm)

1.45pm: TG4 – Kerry v Donegal – Division 1 football league.

3.45pm: TG4 – Tyrone v Kildare – Division 1 football league.