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Here’s your GAA coverage on TV and Radio this week

There’s plenty to watch on the box and listen to on the airwaves this week.

Cork and Dublin are in action this weekend.
Cork and Dublin are in action this weekend.
Image: INPHO/Morgan Treacy

WE’RE DOWN TO the last four of the 2013 All-Ireland senior hurling championship.

Dublin and Cork face off in Croke Park on Sunday afternoon in the first of this year’s semi-final clashes.

And there’s plenty pre-match analysis and match coverage on television and radio over the weekend.

Sunday

All-Ireland senior hurling semi-final: Dublin v Cork, Croke Park, 3.30pm

There is live TV coverage of the game on RTE 2 on The Sunday Game with Michael Lyster joined by Ger Loughnane and Cyril Farrell to provide analysis.

On the Sunday Game night time show at 9.30pm, Des Cahill will be joined by Eddie Brennan, Liam Sheedy and Ollie Moran to look back on the game.

There is live radio coverage of the game on RTE Radio 1 with Paraic Lodge joined by Tony Considine on commentary duty while John Mullane and Tom Dempsey provide the analysis.

Cork station C103 have live commentary from John Cashman with analysis by Tom Nott.

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There’s also live coverage of the TG4 ladies football senior championship this weekend.

Saturday

TG4 Ladies senior football championship quarter-finals

Live coverage from Birr of Laois v Meath at 4.15pm and Armagh v Cork at 6pm.

Kilkenny’s Michael Fennelly
Pic: INPHO/Cathal Noonan

And here’s the GAA preview programmes that RTE, TV3 and TG4 are broadcasting this week.

Championship Matters

Thursday, RTE Two, 8.30pm

Presenter Marty Morrissey will be joined in studio by Kilkenny hurler Michael Fennelly, former Waterford great Paul Flynn and Offaly hurler Rory Hanniffy.

Cork hurler Cathal Naughton is the latest to take the Hot Seat quiz as he gears up for Sunday’s All-Ireland semi-final against Dublin.

The GAA Show

Friday, 3E, 6.30pm and Saturday, TV3, 8.30am

Presenter Kieran McSweeney is joined by Offaly’s All-Ireland winner Daithi Regan head of this weekend’s All-Ireland senior hurling semi-final. The views of opposing managers Anthony Daly and Jimmy Barry-Murphy will also be heard.

Seo Spoirt

Friday, TG4, 8.30PM

Presenter Dara Ó Cinnéide will be joined by Ger Loughnane, Diarmuid ‘Gizzy’ Lyng and Sean Bán Breathnach in studio. There are also interviews with Dublin’s Danny Sutcliffe and Cork’s Jimmy Barry Murphy.

While Diarmuid Lyng continues his ‘GAA Comebacks’ segment by chatting with Johnny Dooley about Offaly’s revival in the 1994 All-Ireland senior hurling final.

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