GAA on TV: Final All-Ireland SFC round robins headline busy weekend

Tailteann Cup quarter finals and All-Ireland Minor Hurling Championship semi-finals are among other TV clashes

Seán Kelly of Galway celebrates after scoring his side's first goal on Saturday. Photo by Stephen McCarthy/Sportsfile
Derry faced defeat to Galway in the first game of their group. Photo by Stephen McCarthy/Sportsfile (Stephen McCarthy / SPORTSFILE/SPORTSFILE)

DECISIVE final Sam Maguire round robin’s take centre-stage, with 12 GAA being shown live on TV.

On Saturday, Derry face Westmeath in the last group one game of the All-Ireland SFC. Having only suffered defeat the Championship this year, the Oak Leafs must win this weekend in order to remain in the All-Ireland series.

Watch all the action in this match on GAAGO.

Also being shown on GAAGO, Cork face Tyrone as group three of the All-Ireland SFC comes to its conclusion.

Tyrone will be looking for a strong performance, as they must achieve back-to-back victories to win their group and automatically qualify for the quarter-finals.

In the Tailteann Cup, GAAGO are showing Down’s Tailteann Cup quarter-final game against Wicklow.

After facing defeat in the final last year, Down will be hoping that their home advantage will aid them as they hope to go one better this year.

There is ladies’ football action on TG4, where you can watch Cork play Galway while Kerry face Waterford.

On Sunday, Armagh and Galway will face off in the All-Ireland SFC.

While both teams are guaranteed spots in the last 12, The Orchard County will still be aiming for a win to secure them automatic qualification in the quarter-final.

This match has pride of place on RTE’s The Sunday Game.

Also on The Sunday Game, you can watch 2023 All-Ireland champions Dublin battle with their Mayo rivals for the top spot in group two of the SFC.

On TG4, watch Kilkenny face Clare in the All-Ireland Minor Hurling Championship semi-final.

Full GAA TV schedule below:

Saturday, June 15

All-Ireland Senior Football Championship

Cork v Tyrone (Glenisk O’Connor Park, 3pm) - GAAGO.

Derry v Westmeath (Páirc Esler, 7pm) - GAAGO.

All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship preliminary quarter-finals

Offaly v Cork (Glenisk O’Connor Park, 5.15pm) - GAAGO.

All-Ireland Minor Hurling championship semi-final

Tipperary v Galway (TUS Gaelic Grounds, 2pm) - Spórt TG4 YouTube.

Tailteann Cup quarter-finals

Down v Wicklow (Páirc Esler, 4.30pm) - GAAGO.

All-Ireland Senior Ladies Football Championship

Cork v Galway (MTU Cork, 1pm) – TG4.

Kerry v Waterford (Fitzgerald Stadium, 3pm) - TG4.

Sunday, June 16

All-Ireland Senior Football Championship

Armagh v Galway (Markievicz Park, 1.45pm) - RTÉ One.

Monaghan v Meath, (Kingspan Breffni, 3pm) – GAAGO

Dublin v Mayo (Dr Hyde Park, 3.45pm) - RTÉ One.

All-Ireland Minor Hurling Championship semi-final

Kilkenny v Clare (FBD Semple Stadium, 1pm) - TG4.

Tailteann Cup quarter-final

Kildare v Laois (Glenisk O’Connor Park, 1.15pm) - GAAGO