A big weekend of GAA awaits.
Cork and Kerry will begin their Championship campaigns on Saturday evening, with David Clifford’s first game of the Championship summer set to headline the GAA action on TV this week.
Limerick also return to our TV screens, as they take on Tipperary in the Munster Senior Hurling Championship, in front of the RTE cameras.
There is also plenty of underage action to feast upon, with the U20 football and hurling Championship taking centre stage on TG4.
GAA on TV: Kerry open their championship with Cork clash.
On Saturday evening, Jack O’Connor’s Kerry will be looking to right the wrongs of their dreadful Munster semi-final defeat to Cork in 2020, when they visit Páirc Uí Rinn.
The Kingdom will begin the defence of their Munster title at 6pm, with the game set to be aired live on Sky Sports Arena.
📺😍A huge summer of live GAA action on Sky Sports! pic.twitter.com/BPJZPQrXKl
— Sky Sports GAA (@SkySportsGAA) April 1, 2022
In front of the RTE cameras on Sunday, Tipperary will be looking to salvage their season, as they take on Limerick at the Gaelic Grounds.
Throw-in is at 2pm, with the game forming a double header on RTE. Cavan’s Ulster Championship showdown against Donegal will complete the set, with the game in Clones set to start at 4pm.
GAA on TV: Full TV & streaming details confirmed.
7.30pm: Limerick v Tipperary, Munster U20 hurling final. TG4.
4pm: Sligo v Kildare, All-Ireland U20 football semi-final. TG4.
6pm: Cork v Kerry, Munster senior football semi-final. Sky Sports Arena.
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🥎 GAA 2022🏐
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1pm: Kerry v Tyrone, All-Ireland U20 football semi-final. TG4.
2pm: Limerick v Tipperary, Munster senior hurling championship. RTE 2.
4pm: Cavan v Donegal, Ulster senior football semi-final. RTE 2.
Ulster Championship Semi-Final @CavanCoBoardGaa V @officialdonegal
📍St Tiernachs Park Clones.
📅 Sunday 8th May
🕗 4:00 pm.
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— Official Cavan GAA (@CavanCoBoardGaa) May 2, 2022
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