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On the box! TG4 have a serious line-up of GAA action this weekend

They’ve announced the seven fixtures they’re broadcasting.

THERE’LL BE NO shortage of GAA action on TG4 this weekend, with the broadcaster announcing a brilliant line-up of coverage across Saturday and Sunday.

Damien Comer tackled by James McCarthy and John Cooper Dublin and Galway face off in the Division 1 NFL final. Source: Lorraine O'Sullivan/INPHO

Six games are set for live broadcast — one on the TG4 Youtube channel — with deferred coverage penciled in for another fixture.

The Allianz National Football League finals across the four divisions will be shown live on television, along with the hurling semi-final between Tipperary and Limerick. Athenry and St Kieran’s All-Ireland senior colleges hurling final will also be live on Youtube.

Deferred coverage of the other last four hurling tie between Wexford and Kilkenny — which will also be available on their Youtube channel — will follow Dublin and Galway’s Division 1 National Football League final showdown in Croke Park on Sunday evening.

Here’s the schedule in full, with times of coverage yet to be confirmed:

Saturday 31 March

  • LIVE: NFL Division 4 final – Carlow v Laois
  • LIVE: NFL Division 3 final – Armagh v Fermanagh
  • LIVE (on TG4 Youtube): Masita Croke Cup Final - Athenry v St Kieran’s
  • LIVE: NHL semi-final – Tipperary v Limerick

Sunday 1 April

  • LIVE: NFL Division 2 final – Cavan v Roscommon
  • LIVE: NFL Division 1 final – Dublin v Galway
  • DEFERRED: NHL semi-final – Wexford v Kilkenny (also live on TG4 Youtube in Ireland)

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