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Six Football Games To Watch Live On TV This Weekend

Six Football Games To Watch Live On TV This Weekend
By PJ Browne

There are four GAA games, along with two from the ladies football championship, to watch live on TV this weekend.

The action throws in on Friday evening with the All-Ireland minor football final between Galway and Mayo at 7:15pm on TG4.

At 3pm on Saturday, it's the inaugural Tailteann Cup final between Cavan and Westmeath. Along with the chance to become the second tier football competition's first winners, a guaranteed spot to play for Sam Maguire next year is also on the line.

GAA on TV: Cavan face Westmeath this Saturday in the inaugural Tailteann Cup final. Cavan footballer Padraig Faulkner and Westmeath footballer Ronan O'Toole are pictured at Croke Park head of the game. Photo by Piaras Ó Mídheach/Sportsfile

TG4 has a double-header of All-Ireland Senior Ladies Football Championship quarter-finals on Saturday evening. First up is Kerry vs Armagh (the two sides met in the Division 2 decider earlier this year) at 5pm, and is followed by Galway against reigning All-Ireland champions Meath at 7:15pm.

At 5:30pm on Saturday, RTÉ2 and Sky Sports Arena both have coverage of the weekend's first All-Ireland football semi-final as Derry play Galway.

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The second semi-final between Dublin and Kerry is also on both channels, and can be watched at 3:30pm on Sunday.

GAA on TV: July 8th - 10th

Friday, July 8th

Electric Ireland GAA All-Ireland Minor Football Championship final: Galway vs Mayo at 7:15pm on TG4

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Saturday, July 9th

Tailteann Cup final: Cavan vs Westmeath at 3pm on RTÉ2

All-Ireland Senior Ladies Football Championship quarter-final: Armagh vs Kerry at 5pm on TG4

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All-Ireland Football Championship semi-final: Derry vs Galway at 5:30pm on RTÉ2 / Sky Sports Arena

All-Ireland Senior Ladies Football Championship quarter-final: Meath vs Galway at 7:15pm on TG4

Sunday, July 10th

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All-Ireland Football Championship semi-final: Dublin vs Kerry at 3:30pm on RTÉ2 / Sky Sports Arena

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