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Here's what's on TV3's The GAA Show this week

Michael Dara MacAuley and Seamus O’Shea both have their say as the countdown to Sunday’s second football semi-final continues.

Mayo's Barry Moran.
Mayo's Barry Moran.
Image: ©INPHO/James Crombie

Friday 6.30pm on 3e & Midnight on TV3 / Saturday 9.20am on TV3

THIS WEEK ON TV3′s The GAA Show, Kieran McSweeney is joined by former Mayo footballer Billy Joe Padden and Cian Murphy from The Irish Sun.

With Sunday’s second All-Ireland Football semi-final between Dublin and Mayo rapidly approaching, we’ll hear from both camps as they prepare for a rematch of that classic encounter in 2006.

Can Mayo deliver a performance to match the Castlebar blitz that stunned Dublin when the sides met in the league earlier this season? Or will the Dubs have the last laugh and take the penultimate step towards their first back-to-back titles since 1977?

Dublin utility man Michael Dara MacAuley and Breaffy clubman Seamus O’Shea will both have their say as the countdown continues.

We’ll be looking back on last weekend’s semi final as Donegal overcame Cork.  Can anyone stop Jim McGuinness’ side or is Sam going back to the hills this September?

As well as all the senior team news, the Panel Beaters will be back with their predictions for Sunday’s senior semi-final as well as their thoughts on the minor showdown between Dublin and Kerry.

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