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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.

WILL THE CLIMAX be reached in the 2013 All-Ireland senior hurling championship this Saturday?

It’s a battle between Cork and Clare once more in the pursuit of the Liam McCarthy Cup.

The Rebels and the Banner meet again after their drawn clash earlier this month.

And there’s plenty coverage around the replay to look forward to.

Here’s the lowdown.


Championship Matters, RTÉ Two, 8.30pm

Presenter Marty Morrissey is joined in studio by Dublin’s All-Ireland winning defender Ger Brennan, this year’s Limerick hurling manager John Allen and Vincent Hogan of the Irish Independent.

While Marty Morrissey will be crowning the winner of the Hot Seat quiz.


Seo Spóirt, TG4, 9.45pm

In the final episode of the series, host Dara Ó Cinnéide is joined by guests Ger Loughnane, Gráinne McElwaine and Sean Bán Breathnach.

There are also interviews with Clare manager Davy Fitzgerald, Cork manager Jimmy Barry Murphy and also with Cork ladies footballer Valerie Mulcahy as Cork aim for their 8th All Ireland win in 9 years


All-Ireland senior hurling final replay: Cork v Clare, Croke Park, 5pm

There is live coverage of this showdown on The Saturday Game Live on RTE 2 from 4pm with Michael Lyster presenting.

Later that night at 9.30pm on RTE 2, there is a review of the match, interviews from the winners hotel and the man-of-the-match presentation.

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There is live radio coverage of the game on RTE Radio 1 with Marty Morrissey and Brendan Cummins on commentary duty. Tom Dempsey and Tipperary’s Eoin Kelly are on the analysis panel along with Joanne Cantwell and Darragh Maloney.

There is also commentary from John Cashman on Cork radio station C103 and with Syl O’Connor on Banner radio station Clare FM.


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All-Ireland ladies football finals, Croke Park, 11.55am, TG4

It’s a big day in Croke Park for ladies football with three deciders down for decision. The junior final is contested by Offaly and Wexford at 12pm while Tipperary meet Cavan in the intermediate final at 2pm.

The senior final then at 4pm sees Monaghan in action against Cork. Grainne McElwain presents the coverage.

Here’s the ‘unfinished business Cork v Clare’ promo to get you psyched for the replay

Tributes paid after the death of former GAA President Paddy McFlynn