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04th Jul 2022

Where and when to watch Tailteann Cup final and both All-Ireland semi-finals this weekend

Lee Costello

And then there were four.

We are right into the thick of it, although it has been a condensed season that has came thick and fast, it’s still hard to believe that it’s riddled down to the last four.

Derry, Galway, Dublin and Kerry only remain, and both semi-finals are so close to call that you couldn’t possible put a confident bet on either one, everything is up for grabs.

Before that however, history is in the making as the first ever Tailteann cup final is officially set and ready to be staged.

Cavan take on Westmeath for the chance to win the prestigious trophy and both counties have shown the comptetiion the respect that it deserves, meaning that this will go right down to the wire.

Remarkably Derry and Galway were both competing in Division Two this season, bt have been saying Division One opposition on their route to the semi-finals and now both teams collide for a chance to play in the final.

The Connacht champions haven’t featured in an All-Ireland final since 2001, while the Ulster winners haven’t made it that far since 1993, so we are guaranteed a freshness at least.

Then on Sunday it’s two familiar powerhouses up against one another, as Kerry play Dublin, in an intriguing match up.

Over the past decade, Dublin have been comfortable favourites in every game they play in, but the bookies might be tipping towards The Kingdom this time around following their dominant league performances and comfortable Munster championship wins.

Again it could go either way, so cancel all plans, load up the fridge and get the TV set!


Westmeath vs Cavan Tailteann Cup final RTÉ Two 3pm

Galway vs Derry All-Ireland semi-final 5.30pm RTÉ Two and Sky Sports Arena


Dublin vs Kerry All-Ireland semi-final 3.30pm RTÉ One and Sky Sports Arena


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