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GAA On TV This Weekend: Details For The Round 4 Qualifier Clashes

GAA On TV This Weekend: Details For The Round 4 Qualifier Clashes
Maurice Brosnan
By Maurice Brosnan
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It's the final round of both the All-Ireland hurling and Gaelic football championship prior to the quarter-finals stages and it's a bumper schedule for GAA on TV this weekend.

In total there are six games this weekend, all of which were previewed on our 'Guess the Handicaps' GAA podcast. It all kicks off on Saturday with the Round 4 qualifiers getting us underway. Here's a comprehensive guide for those wondering where to watch Mayo vs Galway and all the other action this weekend.

GAA On TV This Weekend 

Dublin v Kildare, Pairc Tailteann - TG4

TG4 have live minor football action streaming via their YouTube channel on Saturday with throw-in at 2pm.


Cavan v Tyrone, Clones - Sky Sports


The All-Ulster affair sees Tyrone take on Mickey Graham's Cavan for a spot in the Super 8s. Coverage on Sky Sports Arena gets underway at 4pm.

Mayo v Galway, Gaelic Grounds - Sky Sports

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You don't need to change the channel to find where to watch Mayo vs Galway. The age-old rivals will go at it again in Limerick in an old-school knock-out clash. Kevin Walsh's outfit need a big reaction after a disappointing Connacht final. Throw-in at the Gaelic Grounds is at 7pm. Both of these games must have a winner today.


Meath v Clare, Portlaoise - RTE 


Fresh from a one-point victory over Westmeath, Clare must back it up against Andy McEntee's side if they are to prolong their summer adventure. Meath are fighting the weight of history as no team this decade who lost a Leinster final have progressed to the final eight. Do or die.

Sunday Game - RTE

The Sunday Game highlights programme will feature all three of the live games as well as Laois vs Cork and the two preliminary hurling quarter-finals. Both of those games take place on Sunday, with Laois playing Dublin and Cork against Westmeath.


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