GAA on TV this weekend: four games to watch

August 11, 2017

A view of a TV camera in position at Croke Park before the start of the action ©INPHO/Cathal Noonan

The All-Ireland SHC semi-final between Cork and Waterford is the big draw on television this weekend.

In all there are four games to watch live including two Ladies football quarter-finals and a minor hurling semi-final.

The two ladies games take place on Saturday with Dublin taking on Waterford and Kerry facing Armagh with live coverage on TG4.

The All-Ireland SHC semi-final between Cork and Waterford on Sunday is on RTE2 and Sky.

TG4 is the place to be to catch the minor semi-final between Cork and Dublin with coverage starting at 1pm.

TG4's history of the GAA continues is on at 8.30pm on Sunday with the Sunday Game on RTE2 at 9.30pm.

On Monday night GAA 2017 on TG4 features coverage of the weekend's senior, minor and ladies games at 8pm.

Saturday 12 August

TG4, 4.30pm, Dublin v Waterford, Ladies All-Ireland SFC quarter-final (Throw-in 4.45pm)

TG4, 6.25pm, Kerry v Armagh, Ladies All-Ireland SFC quarter-final, (Throw-in 6.30pm)

Sunday 13 August

RTE1, 2.45pm,
 Cork v Waterford, All-Ireland SHC semi-final (Throw-in 3.30pm)

Sky Sports Arena, 2.30pm, Cork v Waterford, All-Ireland SHC semi-final (Throw-in 3.30pm)

TG4, 1pm, Cork v Dublin, All-Ireland MHC semi-final (Throw-in 1.30pm)

TG4, 8.30pm An GAA

The social and cultural history of the GAA as told by players, managers and historians.

RTE2, 9.30pm, The Sunday Game

Des Cahill introduces highlights and discussion of the weekend's GAA games, with guests Anthony Daly and Eddie Brennan.

Monday 14 August

TG4, 8pm, GAA 2017

Weekly GAA highlights series with action from the weekend's Gaelic games in the Senior and Minor Hurling Championships and the TG4 Ladies Gaelic Football Championship.

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