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Dublin and Donegal go behind GAAGO paywall for opening series of All-Ireland games


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Dublin’s Con O’Callaghan in action against Niall Sharkey of Louth during the Leinster SFC final at Croke Park. Photo: Shauna Clinton/Sportsfile

Defending champions Dublin will be broadcast behind the GAAGO paywall when they kick off their All-Ireland SFC series against Roscommon in Croke Park on Saturday week, May 25.

Dessie Farrell’s men, fresh from a 14th Leinster SFC title in succession, will renew acquaintances with Roscommon in Croke Park for an intriguing Group Two clash (throw-in at 5.0).

The sides drew in the group stages 12 months ago but those wanting to tune in can only do so through GAAGO as that forms the start of a double-header on the subscription service.

Jim McGuinness’ newly-crowned Ulster kingpins Donegal also face off with Tyrone (7.15) in a Group Three tie in Ballybofey having already narrowly defeated the Red Hand in the provincial series (after extra-time).

GAAGO is a hot topic at present with many up in arms over so many Munster SHC games being placed behind the paywall and it will be hotly-discussed in the Dáil.

Deputy Thomas Gould, a Sinn Féin TD for Cork North Central, will bring up the placing of Cork’s Munster SHC games to date behind a paywall in what is likely to be another lively discussion.

Saturday, May 25

All-Ireland SFC Group 1, Round 1: Armagh v Westmeath, BOX-IT Athletic Grounds, 6.0

Group 2, Round 1: Dublin v Roscommon, Croke Park, 5.0 – GAAGO

Group 3, Round 1: Donegal v Tyron, MacCumhaill Park, Ballybofey, 7.15 – GAAGO

Group 4, Round 1: Louth v Meath, Inniskeen, 5.30


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