GAA on TV: Bumper weekend of inter-county action with nine live games to choose from

Fans are spoiled for choice this weekend with GAA live games on RTE, TG4 and BBC

23 June 2024; Armagh players, from left, Tomás Fox, Jack Loughran, Danny McGee and Michael Finnegan celebrate after their side's victory in the Electric Ireland GAA Football All-Ireland Minor Championship semi-final match between Armagh and Mayo at Glennon Brothers Pearse Park in Longford. Photo by Sam Barnes/Sportsfile
Armagh's minor footballers will be hoping to claim the All-Ireland title this weekend. Picture: Sam Barnes / Sportsfile (Sam Barnes / SPORTSFILE/SPORTSFILE)

THE inter-county season reaches its business end, with nine GAA games being shown live on TV this weekend across the All-Ireland Championships.

On Saturday, Kilkenny with clash with Clare in the All-Ireland Senior Hurling semi-final.

This is the third consecutive semi-final where Kilkenny have faced Clare. And, the Cats have the better track record having won the last four championship meetings between the sides.

However, they have been beaten twice by Brian Lohan’s men this season, so it’s sure to be a closely fought affair.

Either way, it won’t be one to miss and you can watch all the action on RTÉ One and BBC 2

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Leinster hurling champions Kilkenny will be hoping to get one step closer to All-Ireland victory. Picture: Seamus Loughran (seamus loughran)

Setting the stage for this match at Croke Park, Dublin will face Kilkenny in the All-Ireland Senior Camogie quarter-final.

This game can be watched live on RTÉ One.

Also on Saturday, three of the four All-Ireland Senior Ladies Football quarter-finals are being played.

While Cork take on Kilkenny, Kerry will face Meath and Dublin face Galway.

All three of these games will be shown live on TG4.

On Sunday, Limerick will face Cork in the second of the All-Ireland Senior Hurling semi-finals.

The Leesiders haven’t won the All-Ireland title since 2005. However, they did manage to beat Limerick in their May round-robin clash and they will be hoping to repeat the feat this weekend.

However, the Shannonsiders will be motivated to make it five-in-a-row and won’t be willing to go down without a good fight.

All the action from this game can be watched live on RTÉ 2 and BBC 2.

Limerick’s Aaron Gillane celebrates scoring his side’s third goal during their 3-15 to 1-18 win over Clare in the Munster SHC round one clash at Cusack Park, Ennis in April. The Banner will be out to exact a sharp does of vengeance tomorrow 
Cork fans will be out in force this weekend, for what is said to be a sold out game at Croke Park. Picture: Ray McManus / Sportsfile (Ray McManus / SPORTSFILE/SPORTSFILE)

Acting as the curtain opener for this game, Galway take on Waterford in the All-Ireland Senior Camogie quarter-final. This can be watched on TG4.

Also on Sunday, Armagh clash with Derry in the All-Ireland Minor Football final.

It’s the third time this year that the two teams have met and so far Derry have been the better team both times.

However, the closeness of the Ulster final suggests that it’s not a done deal and the Armagh minors will hope that third time’s the charm.

Find out who takes home the championship on TG4.

The final All-Ireland Senior Ladies Football quarter-final takes place on Sunday and there’s more Ulster action, as Armagh take on Mayo.

This game can also be watched on TG4.

Caroline O'Hanlon and Aimee Mackin celebrate Armagh's win over Meath. The Orchard girls have five wins from five so far in Lidl National League Division One
Armagh ladies will tackle Mayo in the All-Ireland Senior Ladies Football quarter-final on Sunday. Picture: Seb Daly / Sportsfile (Seb Daly / SPORTSFILE/SPORTSFILE)

Full GAA TV Schedule:

Saturday 6 July

All-Ireland Senior Hurling semi-final

Kilkenny v Clare, Croke Park, 3pm – RTÉ One and BBC 2

All-Ireland Senior Camogie quarter-final

Dublin v Kilkenny, Croke Park, 12.30pm – RTÉ One

All-Ireland Senior Ladies Football quarter-finals

Cork v Waterford, SuperValu Páirc Uí Chaoimh, 1.15pm – TG4

Kerry v Meath, Austin Stack Park, 5.15pm - TG4

Dublin v Galway, Parnell Park, 7.30pm - TG4

Sunday 7 July

All-Ireland Senior Hurling semi-final

Limerick v Cork, Croke Park, 4pm – RTÉ 2 and BBC 2

All-Ireland Minor Football final

Armagh v Derry, O’Neills Healy Park, 2pm – TG4

All-Ireland Senior Camogie quarter-final

Galway v Waterford, Croke Park, 1.30pm – RTÉ 2

All-Ireland Senior Ladies Football quarter-final

Armagh v Mayo, BOX-IT Athletic Grounds, 5.45pm – TG4