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There's A Heap Of Hurling, Camogie And Football On TV This Weekend

There's A Heap Of Hurling, Camogie And Football On TV This Weekend

The televised Gaelic games action gets underway early on Saturday afternoon with a double header from the camogie championship live on RTÉ with Clare facing Cork and Tipperary against Waterford in the quarter-finals.

Over on Sky Sports Mix, there's the Ulster football quarter-final between Donegal and Armagh. That will be followed on Sky by Cork against Tipperary in round two of the hurling championship qualifiers.

The other hurling qualifier between Clare and Wexford is not on television. It will be exclusively live on the GAAGO service.

TG4 has action from the Ladies football championship on Saturday with Armagh against Mayo in round three on the competition.

Saturday is rounded out with a cracker: the Leinster hurling final between Kilkenny and Galway. That is live on RTÉ.

There are five games live on Sunday across RTÉ News Now, RTÉ2 and BBC.

Both of the Leinster football semi-finals - Meath vs Kilkdare and Dublin vs Laois - are on RTÉ News Now.

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The Connacht football final between Galway and Mayo throws in at live on RTÉ2 at 1:30pm and that will be followed by the final game of the weekend, the Munster hurling final between Limerick and Waterford.

Saturday November 14th

All-Ireland Camogie Championship quarter-finals

1pm: Clare vs Cork (RTÉ)

2:45pm: Tipperary vs Waterford (RTÉ)

Ulster Football Championship semi-final

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1:15pm: Donegal vs Armagh (Sky Sports Mix)

All-Ireland Hurling Championship round two qualifiers

2pm: Clare vs Wexford (GAAGO)

4pm: Cork vs Tipperary (Sky Sports Mix)

All-Ireland Ladies Football Championship

3:15pm Armagh vs Mayo (TG4)

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Leinster Hurling Championship final

6:15pm: Kilkenny vs Galway (RTÉ)

Sunday November 15th

Leinster Football Championship semi-finals

1pm: Meath vs Kildare (RTÉ News Now)

3:30pm: Dublin vs Laois (RTÉ News Now)

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Connacht Football Championship final

1:30pm: Galway vs Mayo (RTÉ)

Ulster Football Championship semi-final

1:30pm: Down vs Cavan (BBC)

Munster Hurling Championship final

4pm: Limerick vs Waterford (RTÉ)

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