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GAA on TV: Provincial hurling finals take centre stage on packed weekend


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TWO provincial hurling championship final headline a busy programme, as 14 games as are being shown live this on TV weekend.

The Leinster Senior Hurling Championship final takes place on Saturday, between Dublin and Kilkenny. This is the first time the sides have both made the final since 2021, when the Cats lifted the Bob O’Keeffe Cup by 1-25 to 0-19.

This game can be watched on RTÉ2.

The Joe McDonagh Cup final is also on RTÉ2, where you can watch Offlay take on Laois.

There’s much on offer, with the winner gaining themselves a place in next year’s Leinster Hurling Championship.

The winner will also get the opportunity to play against Cork, at home, in the All-Ireland SHC preliminary quarter-final on June 15.

In football, Ulster champions Derry face Dublin in the quarter-final of the All-Ireland Minor Football Championship. Derry will be looking for build on their recent Ulster Championship victory to take them one step closer back to the All-Ireland final.

In another quarter-final match, Longford will play Armagh. Both of these games can be watched live on TG4 Spórt YouTube channel.

Also on Saturday, Ulster champions Armagh face Meath in their opening All-Ireland Ladie’s Football Senior Championship match on TG4 Spórt YouTube. Tha

On Sunday, the Munster Senior Hurling Championship final between Clare and Limerick takes centre stage.

While the Banner County have been unsuccessful in provincial championships since 1998, their Limerick opponents look to make history by becoming the first county to win six Munster SHC titles in-a-row.

Find out who lifts the Mick Mackey Cup on The Sunday Game on RTÉ 2.

Also on Sunday, Laois take on New York in the preliminary quarter-final of the Tailteann Cup. This match is being streamed on GAA GO.

Finally, in the All-Ireland Senior Ladies Championship, TG4 Spórt YouTube will be showing three games.

Donegal will take on Kerry, while Dublin face Mayo and Laois compete against Cork.

Full GAA TV schedule below:

Saturday, June 8
Leinster SHC final

Kilkenny v Dublin (Croke Park, 6pm) – RTÉ2

Joe McDonagh Cup final

Laois v Offaly (Croke Park, 3.30pm) – RTÉ2

All-Ireland MFC quarter-finals

Derry v Dublin (Kingspan Breffni, 1pm) – TG4 Spórt YouTube

Longford v Armagh (Kingspan Breffni, 3pm) – TG4 Spórt YouTube

Mayo v Cork (Cusack Park, Ennis, 4.30pm) – TG4 Spórt YouTube

Kerry v Roscommon (Cusack Park, Ennis, 6.30pm) – TG4 Spórt YouTube

All-Ireland Ladies SFC

Armagh v Meath (BOX-IT Athletic Grounds, 2pm) – TG4 Spórt YouTube

All-Ireland MFC Tier 3 final

Down v Westmeath, Kingspan Breffni, 5pm (TG4 Spórt YouTube)

Tailteann Cup preliminary quarter-final

Leitrim v Wicklow (Glennon Brothers Pearse Park, 7pm) – GAAGO

Sunday, June 9
Munster SHC final

Limerick v Clare (FBD Semple Stadium, 4pm) – RTÉ2

Tailteann Cup preliminary quarter-final

Laois v New York (Laois Hire O’Moore Park, 12.30pm) GAAGO

All-Ireland Ladies SFC

Donegal v Kerry (MacCumhaill Park, 1.05pm) – TG4 Spórt

Dublin v Mayo (Parnell Park, 2.50pm) – TG4 Spórt

Laois v Cork (Laois Hire O’Moore Park, 3pm) – TG4 Spórt YouTube

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