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11th May 2022

Three hurling games, one Ulster championship clash, and an u20 All-Ireland final on TV this weekend

Lee Costello

Another week, another packed GAA TV schedule.

We have a little bit of everything this week, although it is the ‘small ball’ that certainly takes up most of the schedule.

In saying that, it’s the u20 All-Ireland final that kick starts the weekend’s viewings, as Tyrone take on Kildare this Saturday for the chance to win an All-Ireland title.

Ruairi Canavan has been making all of the headlines for his performances in a Tyrone jersey, and has been worth watching the games alone for his moments of brilliance, but Kildare have been hugely impressive this campaign, and it’s a very tight one to call.

Then Dublin play Kilkenny in the Leinster senior hurling championship for some Saturday night prime time action.

Sunday is where it gets hectic however, as Waterford play Cork at 2pm, and then you have to make the choice between Clare and Limerick in the hurling, or Derry and Monaghan in the Ulster football championship.

You may start working on the dexterity of your thumb now because you will be flicking channels back and forth a lot this Sunday.


5pm: TG4 – Kildare v Tyrone – All-Ireland U20 football final

7pm: Sky Sports Arena – Dublin v Kilkenny – Leinster senior hurling championship


2pm: RTÉ 2 – Waterford v Cork – Munster senior hurling championship

4pm: RTÉ 2 – Clare v Limerick – Munster senior hurling championship

4pm: BBC NI Two – Derry v Monaghan – Ulster senior football championship

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