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Munster announce minor GAA live-streaming and camogie senior group stage coverage confirmed

The minor action begins with Cork taking on Clare in the Munster championship on Saturday.

The Munster minor games cost €5 each to live-stream.
The Munster minor games cost €5 each to live-stream.
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Updated Oct 13th 2020, 12:20 PM

IN GOOD NEWS for fans there have been further announcement of live-streaming of GAA and camogie games today.

Munster GAA have confirmed that they will be offering live-streams of their minor hurling and football championship ties over the next few weeks with the action set to commence this Saturday.

The Camogie Association have announced that they will be live-streaming five key games on their Facebook page during the group stages of the Liberty Insurance senior championship with the fixtures still to be confirmed. Broadcast partner RTÉ’s live match coverage will begin from the quarter-finals right through to December’s final in Croke Park on 12 December.

The Munster quarter-final games will be available for €5 each with supporters able to sign up to the games in advance on the Musnter website. The service is being provided in association with Nemeton and Stream Sport with the games now being available to watch at a time when no supporters will be permitted to attend.

Cork great Donal Óg Cusack takes charge of their county minor side for the first time in championship on Saturday when they take on Clare in a Munster quarter-final at 1pm. He’s joined in the management team by other All-Ireland winners in Sean Óg Ó hAilpín and Tom Kenny while there is another well-known figure in the Tipperary coaching setup for their match with Kerry next Sunday as Shane McGrath is involved with the Premier.

The hurling semi-finals take place on Friday 30 October with the final on Saturday 14 November. The football action begins on Saturday 24 October,  the semi-finals are on 7-8 November and the final is on 14 November.

For further details and all the minor fixtures see the Munster GAA website.

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