Dublin and Tyrone clash in the Division 1 football final on Sunday. ©INPHO/Cathal Noonan
Fixture List

GAA fixtures for the week ahead

The dates, times and venues are in for this weekend’s key GAA clashes.

ALL EYES WILL be on Croke Park this weekend with four titles on the line in the Allianz National Football League deciders.

The Division 4 final between Offaly and Limerick opens Saturday’s double-header at 5pm. That’s followed by Monaghan’s clash with Meath in the Division 3 decider, which throws in at 7pm.

On Sunday Derry and Westmeath meet in the Division 2 final at 2pm before Dublin and Tyrone go head-to-head in the main event, which throws in at 4pm.

Saturday April 27th

Allianz FL Division 4 final: Offaly v Limerick, Croke Park, 5pm, (Ref: Ciaran Branagan, Down).

Division 3 final: Monaghan v Meath, Croke Park, 7pm, (Ref: Padraig O’Sullivan, Kerry).

Sunday April 28th

Division 2 final: Derry v Westmeath, Croke Park, 2pm, (Ref: Conor Lane, Cork).

Division 1 final: Dublin v Tyrone, Croke Park, 4pm, (Ref: Marty Duffy, Sligo).

There’s also action in the Electric Ireland provincial minor GAA championships this week:

Wednesday April 24th

Leinster MFC losers round: Wexford v Carlow, Wexford Park, 7pm, (Ref: Noel McKenna, Kildare).

Friday April 26th

Munster MFC quarter-final replay: Cork v Kerry, Austin Stack Park, Tralee, 7.30pm, (Ref: TBC)

Saturday April 27th

Leinster MHC: Meath v Westmeath, Trim, 2pm.

Munster MFC playoff: Clare v Limerick, Cusack Park, Ennis, 7pm.

Meanwhile the Gaelic Grounds and Nowlan Park have been confirmed to host major GAA finals on the May bank holiday weekend:

Saturday May 4th

Cadbury’s All-Ireland U21FC final: Cork v Galway, Gaelic Grounds, 7pm, (Ref: David Gough, Meath)

Sunday May 5th

Allianz HL Division 1 final: Tipperary v Kilkenny, Nowlan Park, 3.30pm, (Ref: Barry Kelly, Westmeath)

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