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Dr Hyde Park double-header to see 2017 All-Ireland finalists lock horns once again

It’s the last day of group games in the TG4 All-Ireland senior championship on Saturday.

ALL ROADS LEAD to Dr Hyde Park this Saturday for an intriguing TG4 All-Ireland senior championship double-header on the last day of group games.

A general view of Dr. Hyde Park A general view of Dr Hyde Park. Source: Tommy Dickson/INPHO

First up is a repeat of both the 2017 All-Ireland final and 2018 Lidl Ladies National Football League final as kingpins Dublin and Mayo go head-t0-head at 1pm (live on TG4).

Mick Bohan’s reigning champions kicked off their title defence in style with a 5-17 to 2-13 win over Cavan at the weekend, while the Westerners recently did their talking on the pitch against the same opposition after 12 players departed their panel.

That mouth-watering clash is followed by the meeting of Donegal and Kerry at 3pm (live on Spórt TG4 Youtube, deferred broadcast on TG4).

All four sides have guaranteed progression from their groups with Cavan and Tipperary facing into play-offs to fight for their survival in the top flight. But there’s still plenty on the line with final group standings to be decided.

There’s a second exciting double-header on the TG4 All-Ireland senior championship billing on Saturday with Duggan Park, Ballinasloe playing host to two more fascinating battles.

Connacht champions Galway face Westmeath first before the clash of Ephie Fitzgerald’s Cork and Armagh.

Sinead Goldrick and Niamh Kelly The 2017 All-Ireland finalists go head-to-head. Source: Ryan Byrne/INPHO

There’s two TG4 All-Ireland junior championship games on the menu also, with more along with a full programme of intermediate clashes on a jam-packed Sunday.

Kinnegad is the venue for one double-header, with Laois-Sligo and Down-Kildare on the cards there. Elsewhere, Mullahoran in Cavan will see 2017 All-Ireland intermediate finalists Tyrone and Offaly, and Fermanagh and Roscommon face off.

Saturday 28 July

TG4 All-Ireland Senior Championship

Group 4 Round 3

  • Dublin v Mayo; Dr. Hyde Park, Roscommon, 1pm (LIVE, TG4).

Group 1, Round 3:

  • Donegal v Kerry; Dr. Hyde Park, Roscommon, 3pm (LIVE, Spórt TG4 YouTube Channel, deferred showing at 7pm on TG4).

Group 3, Round 3:

  • Westmeath v Galway; Duggan Park, Ballinasloe, 2pm

Group 2, Round 3:

  • Armagh v Cork; Duggan Park, Ballinasloe, 3.45pm

TG4 All-Ireland Junior Championship

Group 1, Round 2:

  • Louth v Kilkenny; TBC, 2pm

Group 2, Round 2

  • Derry v Limerick; St Trea’s, Ballmaguigan, 2pm

Sunday July 29:

TG4 All-Ireland Intermediate Championship

Group 1, Round 3

  • Laois v Sligo; Kinnegad, 2pm

Group 2, Round 3

  • Tyrone v Offaly; Mullahoran, 2pm

Group 3, Round 3

  • Clare v Wexford, Cahir, 2pm

Group 3, Round 3

  • Down v Kildare; Kinnegad, 3.45pm

Group 4, Round 3

  • Fermanagh v Roscommon; Mullahoran, 3.45pm

TG4 All-Ireland Junior Championship

Group 1 Round 2

  • Antrim v London; Musgrave Park, 12.30pm

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