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14th Mar 2022

Seven live GAA games bless your TV screens this weekend and we can’t wait

Lee Costello

From 1pm Saturday to Sunday evening, we got you covered.

We have a lovely blend of hurling and football games this weekend and a big game between Dublin v Donegal ladies to kick the whole thing off at 1pm on Saturday.

From there you’re just glued to the TV with game after game, including a Saturday night showstopper between Tyrone and Mayo.

This will be a repeat of last year’s All-Ireland final, and although the Ulster side emerged victorious that day, they are struggling for form at the moment while Mayo look like they can do no wrong.

Moving onto Sunday and Kilkenny play Waterford in a fascinating match up, quickly followed by Dublin’s attempt to avoid relegation and get another win under the belts, as they play Donegal.

Armagh play Kerry on deferred coverage in a top of the table clash that will play a big part in shaping up how this league will finish up.


1pm: TG4 – Dublin v Donegal – Division 1 ladies football league semi-final.

2pm: BBC Sport NI site – Down v Kerry – Division 2 hurling league.

3pm: TG4 – Meath v Mayo – Division 1 ladies football league semi-final.

5.45pm: RTÉ 2 – Tyrone v Mayo – Division 1 football league.


1.45pm: TG4 – Kilkenny v Waterford – Division 1 hurling league.

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

3.45pm: TG4 – Dublin v Donegal – Division 1 football league.

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