Sunday’s Offaly senior football championship final between Ferbane and Tullamore will be broadcast live on GAA Beo from 2pm.
The clash at O’Connor Park, which throws in at 2.15pm, will see the first senior football decider between the two clubs since 1992.
Ferbane ousted holders Rhode in their respective semi-final while Tullamore saw off Edenderry.
Later in the afternoon, TG4’s cameras will switch to Cusack Park where Clonlara take on Eire Og Ennis for a place in the semi-finals of the Clare senior hurling championship.
Throw-in at the Ennis venue is at 4.15pm, with GAA Beo’s coverage commencing at 4.10pm.
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