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Live GAA on TV this weekend

There is plenty of action on our TV screens this weekend, from hurling semi-finals to football league deciders

A tension-filled weekend looms across multiple codes in the national leagues.

The football action commences Sunday when Galway plays Kerry at 1:45 pm on TG4. The Tribesmen are seeking their first win over the All-Ireland and League champions since 2018 when they won a Division 1 game by three points.

Jack O’Connor’s side have won four times since then – by a point in the 2019  and 2020 Leagues, 23 points in the 2021 League, and four points in last year’s All-Ireland final. 

In Division 2 football, a winner takes all promotion clash between Dublin and Louth can be seen on the TG4 app from 2pm Sunday. It’s the first time the sides meet in the league since 1997, when The Wee County won a Division 2 game by two points in Parnell Park. Can they repeat the feat in Croke Park?

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The Allianz hurling league Division 1 semi-final between Limerick and Tipperary will be the highlight of Saturday and will take place at TUS Gaelic Grounds at 7:30 pm. Fans can catch this action-packed game on TG4.

Liam Cahill’s side were the only team in Division 1 to win all five games while John Kiely’s men won four out of five. Tipp last reached the final in 2017 while the All-Ireland champions were last there in 2020. 

The sides last met in the League in 2021 when they drew a group game. However, in last year’s Munster championship The Treaty Men had a seven-point win.  

The other Allianz hurling league Division 1 semi-final sees Cork and Kilkenny meet in the semi-final for a second successive year, with The Rebels having won by four points last year. The game takes place Sunday in Nowlan Park, starting at 4:00 pm, and will be broadcast on TG4.

Pat Ryan’s side, who last won the Division 1 title in 1998, are bidding to reach the final for a second successive year, while The Cats were last there in 2018. 

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Semple Stadium will host the Division 1 hurling league relegation play-off between Westmeath and Laois at 2:00 pm. This game will be broadcast on the TG4 YouTube channel.

Both sides lost all five games in Group A and B, leaving them facing a relegation play-off.

In Ladies Football, Cork faces All-Ireland and National League champions Meath, who are fighting near the bottom of the LGFA Division 1 League table. The game can be seen Saturday on TG4 at 12:45 pm.

Live GAA action this weekend:
Ladies National Football League Division 1 Round 7
Cork v Meath, Páirc Uí Rinn, 12:45pm – TG4

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HL Division 1 relegation play-off
Westmeath v Laois, FBD Semple Stadium, 2pm – TG4 Youtube

HL Division 1 semi-final
Limerick v Tipperary, TUS Gaelic Grounds, 7.30pm – TG4

FL Division 1 round 7
Galway v Kerry, Pearse Stadium, 1.45pm – TG4

FL Division 2 round 7
Dublin v Louth, Croke Park, 2pm – TG4 App

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HL Division 1 semi-final
Kilkenny v Cork, UPMC Nowlan Park, 4pm – TG4

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