GAA on TV this weekend: two live games with another Ulster bonus

May 25, 2018

A TV camera crew film the Offaly team.
©INPHO/James Crombie.

Just like last weekend, there are two live games on Sunday with Gaels living in the six counties getting the opportunity to watch a live game on Saturday evening.

BBC Northern Ireland has live coverage via the BBC iPlayer of the Ulster SFC quarter-final between Down and Antrim on Saturday evening. This service is available only in Northern Ireland or to those with a Northern IP address.

On Sunday RTE continues its hurling coverage with Tipperary facing Cork at 2pm and All-Ireland champions Galway hosting Kilkenny at 4pm.

BBC2 NI has full deferred coverage of the Derry v Donegal Ulster SFC quarter-final tie at 7pm.

The Sunday Game is on RTE2 at 9.30pm with highlights from all the senior matches.

Monday has TG4's highlights show, GAA 2018, at 8pm.


Saturday 26 May

BBC iPlayer, 6.30pm, Down v Antrim, Ulster SFC quarter-final (Throw in 7pm)

Live coverage (available only to those living in Northern Ireland)
 

Sunday 27 May

RTE2, 1.30pm, Tipperary v Cork, Munster SHC round 2 (Throw in 2pm)

Michael Lyster is joined by Cyril Farrell, Ger Loughnane and Henry Shefflin with commentary by Darragh Maloney and Michael Duignan.

RTE2, 3.30pm, Galway v Kilkenny, Leinster SHC round 3 (Throw in 4pm)

Michael Lyster is joined by Ger Loughnane, Cyril Farrell and Henry Shefflin with Marty Morrissey and Brendan Cummins on commentary.

BBC2 NI, 7pm, Derry v Donegal, Ulster SFC quarter-final (Deferred coverage)

Mark Sidebottom presents full deferred coverage of the Ulster Champion clash between Derry and Donegal from Celtic Park. Oisin McConville and Martin McHugh provide the postmatch analysis, while Martin Clarke joins Thomas Niblock on commentary.

RTE2, 9.30pm, The Sunday Game

Des Cahill is joined by Anthony Daly, Ciaran Whelan, Colm Cooper and Jackie Tyrrell for a look back at the weekend's Championship action, including Down v Antrim, Leitrim v Roscommon and Longford v Meath in football, and Offaly v Wexford, Galway v Kilkenny and Tipperary v Cork in hurling.

 

Monday 28 May

TG4, 8pm, GAA 2018

Highlights from all of the GAA sporting action from the weekend.

Be sure to follow the hoganstand.com Live Match Tracker this weekend for all the latest action from the senior football and hurling championships.



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