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The Electric Ireland GAA All-Ireland Minor quarter-final clash between Kilkenny and Galway will be live streamed through the official website of Electric Ireland and TG4’s official YouTube channel this coming weekend.
The Croke Park clash is a repeat of last year’s final where the Tribesmen ran came away with a seven-point win to collect their second Electric Ireland GAA All-Ireland Minor title in a row with Kilkenny’s last success in the competition coming back in 2014.
Galway and Kilkenny have had a long-standing rivalry at this level with one of their more memorable clashes occurring 14 years ago when a 15-year-old Joe Canning burst onto the scene, scoring 1-3, to deny Kilkenny a third minor title in a row after a replay.
Having been a sponsor of the GAA All-Ireland Minor Championship since 2012, Electric Ireland committed in 2017 to continue on their partnership through until 2021.
In that time, Electric Ireland has been re-defining what it means to be an inter-county minor with the This Is Major campaign which is designed to empower young players and ensuring they feel driven to compete, improve and strive for more throughout their sporting careers.
This year, Electric Ireland’s #GAAThisIsMajor campaign will seek to recognise the significance of the Minor Championship on players long after their underage days have come to an end.
Sunday’s crucial clash throws in at 12 pm and both can be viewed through the official website of Electric Ireland.
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Minor players are embarking on their adult lives. They have hopes, dreams, pressures, distractions and ambitions, but for this one moment in time, the Electric Ireland Minor Championships is the major thing in their lives.
Follow the conversation at #GAAThisIsMajor or be a part of the action; watch a selection of the GAA Minor Hurling & Football matches live, join in the pre-game ritual of the Championship Haircut at the provincial finals or vote for your Minor Player of the week, with all nominated players in with a chance of making the Electric Ireland Minor Team of the Year 2019.