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21st Apr 2022

Seven live GAA games are all squeezed into this weekend’s TV schedule and we can’t wait

Lee Costello

Weekend = sorted.

Now we’re getting into proper championship mode as seven games will be available to watch live this weekend.

Action from all four provinces will be on display, including some Friday night lights as Tyrone play Cavan in the u20 Ulster final, so no need to wait until Saturday to get your GAA fix.

Cavan seniors then take on Antrim in a game that has massed great interest following the ‘Corrigan Park or Nowhere’ saga.

Then we move on to the hurling as Wexford battle it out with Dublin followed immediately after by Limerick v Waterford in Munster.

Sunday is even more jam-packed as you may get two TVs up and running to watch Tipperary v Clare in the hurling and Donegal take on Armagh in the football, with throw in for both at 2pm

To finish it all off, we have Mayo against Galway in the Connacht championship, a game that many believe will determine who goes on to win that provincial title, although Roscommon will have plenty to say about that!


8pm: TG4 app – Tyrone v Cavan – Ulster U20 football final.


2pm: BBC Northern Ireland – Antrim v Cavan – Ulster senior football championship.

5pm: Sky Sports Arena – Wexford v Dublin– Leinster senior hurling championship.

7pm: Sky Sports Arena – Limerick v Waterford – Munster senior hurling championship.


2pm: RTÉ 2 – Tipperary v Clare – Munster senior hurling championship.

2pm: BBC Northern Ireland – Donegal v Armagh – Ulster senior football championship.

4pm: RTÉ 2 – Mayo v Galway – Connacht senior football championship.

9.30pm: RTÉ 2 – The Sunday Game.

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