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Kilkenny Double-Header, Limerick And Clare Club Finals On TV Over Next Fortnight

Kilkenny Double-Header, Limerick And Clare Club Finals On TV Over Next Fortnight

TG4 have announced their pick of GAA club action for the next two weeks, with some huge games being broadcast in football and hurling county championships.

This Sunday, the cameras will be in Limerick for the SHC final that sees the All Ireland champions of 2016, Na Piarsaigh, trying to win a third county title in a row. Standing in their way are 2016 county champions Patrickswell.

In the deferred game, Donegal and Ulster Champions Gaoth Dobhair will have a battle on their hands against the McHugh brothers and Kilcar.

On Sunday 13th October, TG4 will be live in Ennis for the Clare SHC final. Podge Collins and Cratloe are back in the county final after defeat last year. Up against them are Sixmilebridge, managed by Davy Fitzgerald, who last won the title in 2017.

In the deferred game, history will be made one way or another in the Roscommon County Football Final. Roscommon Gaels have not won the title since 2004, but Pearse Brothers have never won a senior title in their 57 year history.

This Saturday afternoon, RTÉ will broadcast a Kilkenny SHC semi-final double-header from Nowlan Park. The games include All-Ireland champions Ballyhale facing Clara.

Saturday 5th October - RTÉ

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Kilkenny SHC semi-final: Dicksboro v Erins Own - 3pm

Kilkenny SHC semi-final: Clara v Ballyhale Shamrocks - 4:45pm

Sunday 6th October - TG4

LIVE - Limerick Hurling Final - Na Piarsaigh v Patrickswell – (Coverage begins on TG4 at 3pm)

DEFERRED - Donegal Football Semi-Final - Kilcar v Gaoth Dobhair

Sunday 13th October - TG4

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LIVE - Clare Hurling Final - Cratloe v Sixmilebridge

DEFERRED - Roscommon Football Final - Padraig Pearses v Roscommon Gaels

Picture credit: Sportsfile

See Also: Carlow Club Unable To Fulfil SHC Semi-Final Due To Player Welfare Concerns

 

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