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All-Ireland champions Dublin to feature 6 times in Setanta's 2016 League coverage

Setanta’s coverage kicks off with Dublin v Kerry on 30 January.

Stephen Cluxton and Dublin are going for four League titles in a row.
Stephen Cluxton and Dublin are going for four League titles in a row.
Image: Donall Farmer/INPHO

DUBLIN FOOTBALL FANS are in for a treat next Spring as Setanta Sports have announced that the All-Ireland champions will feature 6 times during the Allianz League coverage.

The glamour opener with Kerry under lights at Croke Park on 30 January, a repeat of this year’s All-Ireland final, will kickstart the Setanta schedule.

Setanta will also cover 6 prime Hurling League fixtures featuring leading contenders Kilkenny, Galway, Cork, Waterford, Limerick and Dublin.

And there’s a bumper LIVE triple-header to look forward to on 5 March when Setanta will cover the Dublin-Cork hurling clash in Division 1A at 5pm, followed by the football tie between the counties at 7pm and the Tyrone-Derry fixture at the same time.

The 2016 Setanta Allianz League schedule is as follows: 

30 January:

Dublin v Kerry (Football) 7pm
Down v Donegal (Football) 7pm

6 February: 

Mayo v Dublin (Football) 7pm
Armagh v Laois (Football) 7pm

13 February: 

Tipperary v Dublin (Hurling) 7pm
Limerick v Wexford (Hurling) 7pm

20 February:

Cork v Waterford (Hurling) 7pm
Dublin v Galway (Hurling) 7pm

27 February: 

Dublin v Monaghan (Football) 7pm
Armagh v Fermanagh (Football) 7pm

5 March: 

Dublin v Cork (Hurling) 5pm
Dublin v Cork (Football) 7pm
Tyrone v Derry (Football) 7pm

12 March: 

Cork v Kilkenny (Hurling) 7pm
Down v Dublin (Football) 7pm

26 March: 

Dublin v Donegal (Football) 7pm
Tyrone v Armagh (Football) 7pm

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