TG4 save the weekend again as they are airing six live GAA league finals 8 months ago

TG4 save the weekend again as they are airing six live GAA league finals

Thank God for TG4.

A lot has been said in recent weeks about the lack of coverage of the GAA, particularly last Sunday when nearly every single team across the four divisions had something to play for, bar a few, and yet only one game was aired on TV.

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That game was of course Monaghan and Dublin which was a colossal event considering what happened, but it was given added benefit by TG4 keeping us updated with other scored and showing key goals in those games throughout.

They can't bare the weight of GAA coverage on their own however, and other networks need to step up their game.

This weekend however, covers all bases, thanks again to the golden channel, and you will be able to see six GAA league finals live.

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it all kicks off in the Division Four final between Cavan and Tipperary, who had both pulled off miracles to win their provincial titles in 2020, so a lot of talent on display despite being the lowest division.

This is followed by the Division three final where Mickey Harte's Louth take on a very impressive Limerick side,

The focus then shifts to hurling, where Down play Westmeath in the 2A final, followed by a mouth watering match-up between Cork and Waterford in the Division One final.

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Sunday has two treats in store, as Roscommon play Galway to see who will be crowned the kings of Division Two, while a blockbuster is in store shortly afterwards when Kerry meet Mayo to see who is the best team in the country at this current moment.

Saturday

2.30pm: Cavan v Tipperary – Division 4 football league final.

4.45pm: Louth v Limerick – Division 3 football league final.

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4.45pm: TG4 streaming – Down v Westmeath – Division 2A hurling league final.

7.15pm: Cork v Waterford – Division 1 hurling league final.

Sunday

1.45pm: Roscommon v Galway – Division 2 football league final.

4pm: Kerry v Mayo – Division 1 football league final.

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