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GAA On TV This Weekend: Details For The Super 8 Clashes

GAA On TV This Weekend: Details For The Super 8 Clashes
By Gary Connaughton

After the madness of six televised games last week, there will be no need for any dual-screen this Saturday and Sunday. The small ball takes a backseat, with four fixtures in the Super 8s ensuring there is plenty of GAA on TV this weekend to whet your appetite.

All four games will be broadcast live, with a double header in Croke Park on both Saturday and Sunday. To get a full preview of this weekend's fixtures, you can have a listen to our Three Man Weave GAA podcast here. Here's a comprehensive guide where to watch Kerry vs Donegal and the rest of the games.

GAA On TV This Weekend

Saturday

Cork vs Tyrone, Croke Park - Sky Sports Arena

Cork will be hoping to bounce back from their 13-point defeat to Dublin when they visit the national stadium once again to take on Tyrone. Mickey Harte's men will enter as strong favourites, but Cork have showed some glimpses of form in recent weeks.

Throw-in is at 5pm, with coverage getting underway at 4pm.

Dublin vs Roscommon, Croke Park - Sky Sports Arena

After an initial sticky period, Dublin really put Cork to the sword last weekend. They will be looking to display that ruthless edge once again on Saturday, facing a Roscommon side who seemed to have learned from their experience in the Super 8s in 2018.

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Throw-in is at 7pm.

Sunday

Mayo vs Meath, Croke Park - RTÉ 2

After a disastrous showing in Killarney, Mayo will need to show some major improvements in this fixture. They will come against a Meath side who put up a real challenge away in Ballybofey, and will fancy themselves against the jaded Connacht side.

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Coverage gets underway at 1.30pm, with throw-in at 2pm.

Kerry vs Donegal, Croke Park - RTÉ 2

Kerry put in the performance of the weekend against Mayo last time out, but they can expect a tougher test in this game. Donegal will be hoping to secure passage to the semi-finals with one game to spare with a win.

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Throw-in is at 4pm.

SEE ALSO: Connolly To Start? One-Man Team Donegal, Guess The Handicaps - Three Man Weave

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