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How To Watch Minor Football Final: All The Details You Need For Meath v Tyrone

How To Watch Minor Football Final: All The Details You Need For Meath v Tyrone
By Andrew Dempsey Updated
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There will be a new winner in the All-Ireland Minor football championship this weekend as Meath take on Tyrone at Croke Park.

Neither side have reached the minor football final since 2012 and 2013 respectively, and they will be hoping that they can bridge those gaps on Saturday afternoon.

The game will take place as a precursor to the All-Ireland Football Semi-Final that is due to take place later on in the day. Here is all the information you need and how to watch minor football final in Meath v Tyrone.

What time is Meath v Tyrone in the All-Ireland Minor Football Final?

The All-Ireland Minor Football Final between Meath and Tyrone will take place on Saturday August 28th at 1pm. The game will be decided on the day.

Where is Meath v Tyrone taking place in the All-Ireland Minor Football Final?

The clash between Meath v Tyrone will take place at Croke Park.

Where to watch minor football final?

Meath v Tyrone will be broadcast on TG4 on Saturday afternoon. The game will begin at 1pm.

What can we expect?

Meath come into the All-Ireland football final in fine fettle as they look to land their first minor football title since 1992.

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They won the Leinster Championship in devastating fashion, seeing off Dublin by a comfortable 11-point margin.

And they would see off Sligo in the last four, defeating them at Kingspan Breffni Park by five points.

An all-conquering Tyrone head into Sunday's All-Ireland Minor Football Final with a point to prove.

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The Red Hand come into the game off the back of a sweeping win over Cork in the last four.

They won that game by a scoreline of 0-23 to 1-06 at O'Connor Park in Tullamore on Saturday afternoon.

Tyrone's Ulster rivals Derry are the current Ulster Champions, and as Tyrone look to bridge a 11-year gap between their last triumph at minor level.

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