GAA on TV this weekend.
It’s a big weekend for GAA on TV, with the All-Ireland picture in both football and hurling set to look a bit clearer by the time Sunday night rolls around.
There are two huge All-Ireland hurling quarter-finals to look forward to while Dublin will be aiming to clinch a remarkable 11th successive Leinster Football Championship when they take on Kildare in Sunday’s final at Croke Park.
Here’s how to watch and stream all the games.
GAA on TV: Hurling quarter-finals take place on Saturday
The GAA on TV action gets underway on Friday night when Down take on Monaghan in the under-20 Ulster Football Championship Final. This will be broadcast live on TG4 from 7.30 pm.
Then, on Saturday two huge All-Ireland Hurling Championship quarter-finals will take place. Tipperary and Waterford will face off from 1.30 pm, live on RTE 2 before Dublin take on Cork from 7 pm on Sky Sports.
In between all that, there’s the Ulster Football Championship Final between Monaghan and Tyrone from 4 pm on RTE 2 and BBC, as well as the under-20 Football Championship semi-final between Cork vs Offaly from 5.15 pm on TG4.
Leinster Football Final to be screened on Sunday.
There’s just one GAA match on mainstream TV on Sunday it’s the Leinster Football Championship Final between Dublin and Kildare. You can catch all of the action from Croke Park live on RTE 2 from 4 pm.
As well as all that, there will be five matches available to watch on YouTube over the course of the weekend, including both the Nicky Rankard and Christy Ring Cup Finals.
All of the details can be found below.
Down v Monaghan U-20 (F), 7.30pm – TG4.
Tipperary v Waterford (H), 1.30 pm – RTE 2.
Tyrone v Mayo (H), 1.30 pm – TG4 YouTube channel.
Monaghan v Tyrone (F), 4pm – RTE 2 and BBC.
Kilkenny v Galway (Camogie), 5 pm – Camogie Association YouTube channel.
Cork v Offaly U-20 (F), 5.15 pm – TG4
Fermanagh v Cavan (H), 6.30 pm – TG4 YouTube channel
Dublin v Cork (H), 7 pm – Sky Sports.
Derry v Offaly (H), 1 pm – TG4 YouTube channel
Tipperary v Wexford (Camogie), 2 pm – Camogie Association Youtube channel
Dublin v Kildare (F), 4pm – RTE 2