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GAA On TV: Seven Games To Watch This Week

GAA On TV: Seven Games To Watch This Week
By Michael Bolton
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The 2022 Championship wasn't long heating up and for GAA fans looking for info on GAA on TV this week, there are seven games of football and hurling to watch, with crucial games in the U20s and senior codes.

For the midweek GAA action, the U20 Munster Hurling Championship will take centre stage, as the semi finals take place this Wednesday.

Limerick take on Waterford at the Gaelic Grounds at 7p.m, while Tipperary take on Cork in Thurles at 7.30. Both games will be streamed live on TG4 YouTube channel.

TG4 will also show the Leinster U20 football final between Kildare and Dublin, with throw in at Portlaoise at 7.30.

On Saturday Sky Sports Arena will host a double header as Monaghan take on Down in the Ulster Quarter Final at 4.30, while Dublin will hope to get their season back on track away to Wexford at 6.30 P.M.

RTÉ Two will provide the coverage on Sunday, with Galway hosting Kilkenny in round three of the Leinster Championship, with throw in at 2.pm

Sunday will also see a vital game in the Munster Senior Hurling Championship as Cork take on Clare at 2.00, live on GAAGO.


The weekend’s action will conclude with Tyrone taking on Derry in the Ulster Quarter final at 4.00.

GAA On TV: April 27-May 1st

Wednesday April 27


Munster Hurling U20 semi-final: Limerick vs Waterford at 7pm live on the TG4 YouTube channel.

Munster U20 Hurling Semi-final: Tipperary vs Cork at 7.30pm live on the TG4 YouTube Channel.


Thursday April 28

Leinster U20 football final: Kildare vs Dublin at 7.30 live on TG4 YouTube Channel.

Saturday April 30

Ulster Senior Football championship: Monaghan vs Down at 4.30 live on Sky Sports Arena.

Leinster Senior Football Championship: Wexford vs Dublin at 6.30 live on Sky Sports Arena.


Sunday May 1

Leinster senior Hurling Championship: Galway vs Kilkenny at 2.00 live on RTÉ Two.

Munster Senior Hurling Championship: Cork vs Clare at 2.00 live on GAA GO.

Ulster Senior Football Championship: Tyrone vs Derry at 4.00 live on RTÉ Two.


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