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There's An Absolute Feast Of GAA On TV This Weekend

There's An Absolute Feast Of GAA On TV This Weekend

The government decision to allow inter-county Gaelic games continue under level five Covid-19 restrictions means there will be a feast of GAA on TV this weekend.

It all gets underway on Saturday afternoon with eir and TG4's coverage of the Allianz Football League as Kerry face Donegal and Cavan play Roscommon.

On Saturday evening, the Leinster Hurling Championships begins as Dublin plays Laois live on Sky Sports. The game will be shown on Sky Sports Mix, meaning Sky and Virgin TV customers do not require a Sky Sports subscription to watch the game.

On Sunday, TG4 has a triple-header of Allianz Football League games. Galway vs Dublin will be shown live on the channel while Mayo vs Tyrone will be available on the TG4 Player. There will also be deferred coverage of Mayo vs Tyrone on TG4 later in the evening along with Monaghan's clash with Meath.

On Sunday afternoon, the Munster Hurling Championship gets underway as Clare play Limerick live on RTÉ2.

TG4 was due to broadcast the All-Ireland U20 football final on Saturday and the Munster U20 hurling semi-finals on Monday but due to a clarification by the government that only senior inter-county Gaelic games can take place under level five Covid-19 restrictions, those matches have been postponed.

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Saturday, October 24th

Allianz Football League

2pm: Cavan vs Roscommon (TG4)

2pm: Kerry vs Donegal (eir Sport)

Leinster Senior Hurling Championship

6pm: Dublin vs Laois (Sky Sports)

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Sunday, October 25th

Allianz Football League

2pm: Galway vs Dublin (TG4)

2pm: Mayo vs Tyrone (TG4 Player)

Deferred: Monaghan vs Meath (TG4)

The Mayo vs Tyrone and Monaghan vs Meath games will be shown in full on TG4 on Sunday evening.

Munster Senior Hurling Championship

3:45pm: Clare vs Limerick (RTÉ2)

RTÉ's coverage begins at 3pm.

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