There are four Super 8 games being shown live this weekend as football again dominates the coverage.
The opening weekend of the quarter-finals was somewhat of a disappointment with two double headers played in front of sparse crowds at Croke Park.
This weekend will, hopefully, bring more entertainment. The action leaves headquarters and for the provinces with games in Roscommon, Omagh, Newbridge and Clones.
GAA On TV this weekend
Saturday, July 21st
Where to watch Roscommon vs Donegal?
Roscommon play Donegal on Saturday, July 21st, at Hyde Park in the second round of Super 8 games. The game will be broadcast live on Sky Sports Arena. Coverage begins at 4pm with the thrown-in at 5pm.
After both sides lost their opening games last weekend, they will be looking the bounce back. Roscommon shipped a heavy defeat to Tyrone while Donegal fought valiantly but ultimately lost by five points to All-Ireland champions Dublin.
Where to watch Tyrone vs Dublin?
Tyrone play Dublin at Healy Park, Omagh on Saturday, July 21st in the second round of the Super 8. The game will be broadcast live on Sky Sports Arena. Coverage begins at 6:45pm. Throw-in is at 7pm.
A battle for top spot in Group Two. Tyrone and Dublin both won on the opening weekend. The game will be a real test of where Mickey Harte's side is at.
Sunday, July 22nd
Where to watch Kildare vs Galway?
Kildare play Galway at St. Conleth's Park, Newbridge on Sunday, July 22nd in the second round of the Super 8. The game will be shown live on RTÉ Two.
Coverage begins at 1:30pm. Throw-in is at 2pm.
Kildare will have been disappointed to lose to Monaghan last Sunday but will hope to make up for it as they face a steely Galway side which took down Kerry.
Where to watch Monaghan vs Kerry?
Monaghan play Kerry at St. Tiernanch's Park, Clones on Sunday, July 22nd in the second round of the Super 8s. The game will be broadcast live on RTÉ Two.
Throw-in is at 4pm.
It's all on the line for Kerry in the final game of the weekend. Lose and they are out of the Super 8. Lose and recriminations will undoubtedly follow for Eamon Fitzmaurice.
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