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TG4 to screen Kilcoo v Mayobridge

TG4 have confirmed that they will carry live coverage of the Down Championship meeting of Kilcoo and Mayobridge on Friday, July 31.

It will be the Magpies’ first championship game since their All-Ireland final loss to Corofin in January. Mayobridge, meanwhile, will be out to make a mark under manager Ciaran McKeever.

The Irish channel have released their games for the next number of weeks:

Friday 17 July
7.15pm GAA BEO
Live – Pettitt’s Supervalu Wexford Senior Hurling Championship
St Martins v Oulart The Ballagh – Live from Chadwicks Wexford Park (Throw-in 7.30pm)

Sunday 19 July
2.30pm GAA BEO
Live – Dublin Senior Hurling Championship
Kilmacud Crokes v Ballyboden St Endas, Live from Parnell Park (Throw-in 3pm)

4.40pm GAA GOLD – 1985
GAA GOLD is a 10 part series looking back at each year of the 1980’s through the prism of the GAA. In the sixth instalment of the series, the programme looks back on the main events of the GAA’s calendar in 1985, including the first time the Ladies Football All-Ireland was played in Croke Park.

5.10pm All Ireland Gold
Another chance to see Tipperary v Kilkenny in the 1991 All-Ireland Senior Hurling Final at Croke Park. Tipperary were hoping to win their second All-Ireland title within three years against their old enemies Kilkenny.

Friday 24 July
7.15pm GAA BEO
Live – Bons Secours Hospital Limerick Senior Hurling Championship
Kilmallock v Na Piarsaigh – Live from the LIT Gaelic Grounds (Throw in at 7.30pm)

Sunday 26 July
2:15 pm GAA BEO
Live – Cork Premier Senior Football Championship
Castlehaven v Carbery Rangers – Live from Clonakilty (Throw in at 2.30pm)

Deferred match: Brooks Galway Senior Hurling Championship
Sarsfields v Portumna – from Kenny Park, Athenry

Friday 31 July
7.15pm GAA BEO
Morgan Fuels Down Senior Football Championship
Kilcoo v Mayobridge – Live from the Páirc Esler, Newry (Throw in at 7.30pm)

Sunday 2 August
2:15 pm GAA BEO
Live – Claregalway Hotel Galway Senior Football Championship
Corofin v Oughterard – Live from Pearse Stadium, Salthill (Throw in at 2.30pm)

Deferred match: Fairyhouse Steel Meath Senior Football Championship
Simonstown Gales v Skryne – from Páirc Tailteann, Navan

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