The Electric Ireland GAA All-Ireland Minor Football Championship Quarter-Finals, featuring Mayo vs Dublin, Kildare vs Galway, Kerry vs Tyrone and Cork vs Monaghan, will be available to livestream through the official website of Electric Ireland and TG4’s official YouTube channel this coming Saturday and Sunday.
First up on Saturday, is the fascinating clash between Dublin and Mayo with the Boys in Blue looking to bounce back from their Electric Ireland Leinster Minor Final defeat to Kildare in extra-time with a statement win over the Electric Ireland Connacht Minor Champions Mayo at 3 pm, in Pearse Park, Longford with streaming beginning at 2:55 pm.
That game is followed by another mouthwatering affair at 7:0o pm in the same location as the newly crowned Electric Ireland Leinster Minor Champions Kildare take on a highly motivated Galway side, looking to bounce back from defeat to Mayo.
Sunday’s action gets underway with Kerry, who won their seventh Electric Ireland Munster Minor Championship in a row when they defeated Cork last month, taking on Electric Ireland Ulster Final runners up Tyrone at 2 pm in O’Connor Park, Tullamore with streaming beginning at 1.55 pm.
Then it’s the turn of Electric Ireland Ulster Champions Monaghan who will be looking to build on their two-point victory over Tyrone with a win against Cork in Tullamore, at 6 pm with streaming beginning at 5.55 pm.
The Electric Ireland stream for all four of the quarter-final games can be found here, while the individual TG4 links can be found below:
- Mayo vs Dublin: https://www.youtube.com/watch?
- Kildare vs Galway: https://www.youtube.com/watch?
- Kerry vs Tyrone: https://www.youtube.com/watch?
- Cork vs Monaghan: https://www.youtube.com/watch?
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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.