There are five live GAA games on television this coming weekend, along with two more from the ladies football championship.
The action throws in on Friday evening with the All-Ireland minor hurling semi-final between Clare and Offaly live on TG4 at 7:30pm. The second semi-final between Tipperary and Galway will be streamed on the TG4 YouTube channel at 2pm on Sunday.
On Saturday, RTÉ has a double-header of All-Ireland hurling quarter-finals from Semple Stadium. First up is Galway against Cork at 1:45pm and then Clare face Wexford at 3:45pm.
Sunday will have viewers channel hopping. TG4 has a double-header of games from the All-Ireland Ladies Football Senior Championship with Cavan playing Mayo at 1:45pm, and then Armagh playing Offaly at 3:45pm.
RTÉ will be showing both Tailteann Cup semi-finals. Sligo play Cavan at 1:45pm, and then Westmeath play Offaly at 3:45pm.
GAA on TV: June 17th - 19th
Friday, June 17th
All-Ireland Minor Hurling Championship semi-final: Clare vs Offaly at 7:30pm on TG4
Saturday, June 18th
All-Ireland Hurling Championship quarter-final: Galway vs Cork at 1:45pm on RTÉ2
All-Ireland Hurling Championship quarter-final: Clare vs Wexford at 3:45pm on RTÉ2
Sunday, June 19th
All-Ireland Ladies Football Championship Group A Round 2: Cavan vs Mayo at 1:45pm on TG4
All-Ireand Minor Hurling semi-final: Tipperary vs Galway at 2pm on TG4 YouTube channel
Tailteann Cup semi-final: Sligo vs Cavan at 1:45pm on RTÉ2
All-Ireland Ladies Football Championship Group B Round 2: Armagh vs Meath at 3:45pm on TG4
Tailteann Cup semi-final: Westmeath vs Offaly at 4pm on RTÉ2
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