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There's A Glorious Amount Of GAA On TV This Weekend

There's A Glorious Amount Of GAA On TV This Weekend

Inter-county action returns this weekend following its seven-and-a-half month Covid-19 enforced hiatus.

There is a glorious buffet of action across three channels with seven games in all being broadcast.

It begins on Saturday afternoon with TG4's coverage of the All-Ireland U20 football semi-finals as Dublin play Tyrone and then Galway clash with Kerry.

RTÉ has live action from the Athletic Grounds as Armagh face Roscommon in Division 2 of the National League. That is followed by further National League fare on eir Sport as Dublin play Meath at Parnell Park.

It's back to TG4 on Sunday for three games. Galway vs Mayo and Donegal vs Tyrone will both be broadcast live while Kildare vs Cavan will be available on the TG4 player. There will also be full deferred coverage of Kildare vs Cavan on TG4 later in the evening.

Other games are available to watch through the GAA Go service.

Saturday, October 17th
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EirGrid All-Ireland U20 Football semi-finals

2.00pm: Dublin v Tyrone (TG4)

4.00pm: Galway v Kerry (TG4)

TG4's coverage begins at 1:45pm.

Allianz Football League

5:30pm: Armagh vs Roscommon (RTÉ2)

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RTÉ's coverage begins at 5:15pm.

7:00pm: Dublin vs Meath (eir Sport)

Eir's coverage begins at 6:30pm.

Sunday, October 18th

Allianz Football League

2.00pm: Galway v Mayo (TG4)

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2.00pm: Kildare v Cavan (TG4 player)

There will also be full deferred coverage of Kildare vs Cavan at 5:40pm on TG4.

4.00pm: Donegal v Tyrone (TG4)

TG4 coverage begins at 1:30m.

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