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GAA On TV This Weekend: Details For The Quarter-Final And Super 8 Clashes

GAA On TV This Weekend: Details For The Quarter-Final And Super 8 Clashes
Maurice Brosnan
By Maurice Brosnan
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The business end of the championship in both Gaelic football and hurling is upon us with the quarter-final series in both codes kicking-off meaning a bumper schedule for GAA on TV this weekend.

In total there are six games televised but it will require some dual-screen action if you want to watch all of them. You can hear a full preview of all game's on the Balls.ie GAA podcast, the Three Man Weave. Here's a comprehensive guide for those wondering where to watch Kerry vs Mayo and all the other action on Saturday and Sunday.

GAA On TV This Weekend 

Roscommon v Tyrone, Dr Hyde Park - Sky Sports Arena

"Their athleticism, their conditioning, it’s way ahead of ours and we couldn’t live with it," said Kevin McStay after these two teams met last year. On Saturday, Anthony Cunningham's outfit can show whether or not they have bridged that gap. Throw-in is at 5pm.

Dublin v Cork, Croke Park - RTE 

Coverage gets underway at 6.30 pm for the second game of the Gaelic football Super 8s with analysis by Ciaran Whelan and Joe Brolly, and commentary by Darragh Maloney and Dessie Dolan.



Donegal v Meath, Ballybofey - Sky Sports Arena 


A repeat of the Allianz League Divison 2 final is live on Sky Sports but it goes up against the hurling which also gets underway at 2 pm

Kilkenny v Cork, Croke Park - RTE Two

The age-old rivals go at it again in the All-Ireland quarter-final with the winner going on to play champions Limerick in the final four. A frustrating clash for the GAA on TV this weekend.


Kerry v Mayo, Fitzgerald Stadium - RTE One

Another league final repeat and the game of the weekend. Peter Keane's outfit have needed a standard-bearer all year and they finally have it in the form of James Horan's side. Fireworks. Throw-in is at 4 pm.

Tipperary v Laois, Croke Park  - RTE Two 


The final hurling game of the weekend is also on at 4 pm on Sunday. Can Eddie Brennan's side spring a shock once again?

SEE ALSO: ‘We Are Going To Destroy The GAA’ – Healy’s Urgent Call For Change



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