The inter-county camogie season comes to a conclusion this Sunday with the playing the All-Ireland finals. This weekend will also have the first live televised game of the GAA club championships season.
Sunday's action gets underway with the first of the three camogie finals on RTÉ2 when Antrim play Armagh in the Premier Junior decider. That throws in at 12pm with coverage for the day beginning 15 minutes beforehand. That is followed by the intermediate final between Cork and Galway at 2pm.
At 3pm, TG4 will have the Kerry Senior Hurling Championship final between Ballyduff and Causeway from Austin Stack Park in Tralee. It's the first time for the Kerry hurling final to be televised live. It will be Ballyduff's first final since they won the title in 2017, while Causeway won the 2019 decider, and lost the 2020 final.
The big game of the day throws in at 4:15pm as Cork face Kilkenny in the All-Ireland senior camogie final. Cork will be looking to win their first title since 2018, while Kilkenny last won the championship in 2020.
GAA on TV: Sunday, August 7th
All-Ireland Premier Junior Camogie Championship final: Antrim vs Armagh at 12pm on RTÉ2
All-Ireland Intermediate Camogie Championship final: Cork vs Galway at 2pm on RTÉ2
Kerry Senior Hurling Championship final: Ballyduff vs Cause at 3pm live on TG4
All-Ireland Senior Camogie Championship final: Cork vs Kilkenny at 4:15pm on RTÉ2