GAA club championship resumes this weekend with a number of tasty ties on offer across Ireland.
In Kilkenny, there is the meeting of two current All-Ireland champions. Meanwhile, GAA club championship action in Galway sees Corofin begin their quest for four-in-a-row.
The TG4 cameras will be in Kilkenny, Galway and Meath this weekend. RTE’s county championship coverage gets underway on Saturday in Cork.
While attendance figures may be down, county boards have been pulling out all the stops. A host of other matches will be available online for fans to view.
Here is the list of senior championship action available to watch this weekend:
St Brigid’s v Strokestown – 8 pm
Claregalway v Killanin – 7.30 pm
Ballyhale Shamrocks v Tullaroan – 7. 30 pm live on TG4
@Galway_GAA Claregalway Hotel sponsored Senior & Intermediate Football Championship kicks of this evening.
— Galway GAA (@Galway_GAA) July 31, 2020
Rathdowney-Errill v Clough-Ballacolla – 7.30 pm
Mullingar Shamrocks and Coralstown-Kinnegad – 7.30 pm
Ratoath v Nobber – 7.30 pm
Cloughbawn v Oulart-the-Ballagh – 7.30 pm
Fethard v Faythe Harriers – 7.30 pm
Final reminder of our live game tomorrow evening. @BirrCLG v @KK_GAA in the Senior Hurling Championship. €5 on https://t.co/XhHfNFvNEM.
Commentary by Ray Gavin with analysis from Johnny Pilkington and John Leahy. pic.twitter.com/pZe9LlmHIC
— Official Offaly GAA (@Offaly_GAA) July 30, 2020
Birr and Kilcormac-Killoughey – 7.30 pm
Midleton v Sarsfields – 7.30 pm via the Irish Examiner live stream
Templenoe and Kenmare Shamrocks – 7 pm
Adare v Doon – 7.30 pm
3 live offerings for streaming this weekend with Limerick GAA TV. Remember to sign up early https://t.co/LBp5ZtWYBM
— Limerick GAA (@LimerickCLG) July 30, 2020
Charlestown v Castlebar Mitchels – 5 pm
Ballintubber v Aghamore – 7pm.
Allen Gaels v Leitrim Gaels – 7 pm
Drumcliffe/Rosses Point v Shamrock Gaels.
Moycullen v Mícheál Breathnach – 2.30 pm
An Cheathrú Rua v Milltown – 5.30 pm
Our Commentary Team for Tonights Live Streaming of
Rathdowney Errill V Clough-Ballacolla
Analyst: Damien Carter
— Laois GAA (@CLGLaois) July 31, 2020
James Stephens v Danesfort – 1 pm
Erins Own v Mullinavat – 4.15 pm.
Rosenallis v Ballinakill – 5 pm
Abbeyleix St Lazarian’s v Castletown – 7.30 pm
Na Fianna v Seneschalstown – 7.30 pm
Naomh Eanna v Shelmaliers – 2 pm
Glynn-Barntown v Rathunre – 2 pm
Glen Rovers v St Finbarr’s – 7.30 pm live on RTE
Erins Own v Blackrock – 5 pm via the Irish Examiner live stream
Details of coverage of Round 3 of the Wexford GAA Hurling Championships on Wexford GAA TV.
— Wexford GAA (@OfficialWexGAA) July 30, 2020
Corofin v Oughterard at 2.30 pm live on TG4
Mountbellew-Moylough v Annaghdown – 6 pm
Western Gaels v Fuerty – 1 pm
Pádraig Pearses v Michael Glavey’s – 5 pm
Breaffy v Westport – 4 pm
Simonstown Gaels v Skryne – deferred coverage on TG4
Ratoath v Nobber
Longwood v Meath Hill
Na Fianna v Seneschalstown
Trim v Rathkenny
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— Meath GAA (@MeathGAA) July 31, 2020
St Laurence’s v Eadestown – 12 pm
Clane v Monasterevan – 3 pm
Sarsfields v Johnstownbridge – 6 pm
Athlone v Garrycastle – 5 pm
Tyrrellspass v St Loman’s Mullingar – 7.30 pm.
Clonea v Roanmore – 2 pm.
Gowan v Ramor Utd – 2 pm
Crosserlough v Lavey – 7.30 pm
Check out county board websites for full details on how to live stream this weekend’s club championship action. If we’ve missed any of the live matches available let us know in the comment section.