There Will Be No Less Than Seven National League Games Televised This Weekend

TG4 and eir Sport continue to knock it out of the park with their live coverage of the Allianz National Leagues.

It is a crucial weekend of action with the final round of National Hurling League group games taking place and the battle at the top of the National Football League intensifies as they play their fifth round of seven.

The biggest hurling match this weekend sees Limerick take on Galway in Salthill with promotion on the line.

While both sides will progress to the competition’s quarter-final regardless of the result after four wins in a row, both John Kiely and Micheal Donoghue will be keen to get back to Division 1A in 2019.

This game is live at 2.30pm on TG4.

Limerick have a better score difference so a draw in Pearse Stadium will see the Treaty promoted.

That game takes place after the NFL clash between Monaghan and Galway. This game is also live on GAA Beo.

The Galway footballers have been the story of the spring as they, like the Tribesmen’s hurlers, have opened the league with four wins on the bounce.

The Irish language broadcaster will then show two games deferred – Wexford’s visit to Kilkenny in Division 1A in the hurling and the NFL Division 1 clash between Kildare and Mayo.

The other two Division 1 football games this weekend take place on Saturday – and both are live on eir Sport.

Croke Park hosts the repeat of last year’s league final as Dublin play Kerry while concurrently, Tyrone play Donegal.

eir Sport have also confirmed that they will have live coverage of Dublin Ladies’ clash with Kerry in the Lidl Ladies’ National League from Croke Park on Saturday evening.

GAA on television this weekend

Saturday, March 3

Dublin v Kerry (Ladies) at 5pm – live on eir Sport

Dublin v Kerry at 7pm – live on eir Sport

Tyrone v Donegal at 7pm – live on eir Sport

Sunday, March 4

Galway v Monaghan at 12,30pm – live on TG4

Galway v Limerick at 2.30pm – live on TG4

Kilkenny v Wexford – deferred on TG4

Kildare v Mayo – deferred on TG4

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