Here are five must-see club streams this weekend. Four in football and one in hurling.
Saturday, September 12th
Galway Senior Football Championship quarter-final.
Corafin are a modern-day club football machine. The All-Ireland champions play a breath-taking brand of attacking football. Their opponents the last won the Holy Grail in Galway in 2013. They also notably won an All-Ireland back in 2004. Corofin are operating at a different level though. They have won the last three All-Ireland Club titles. However, Salthill-Knocknacarra are no mugs and consequently, these fierce rivals could well serve up a classic.
2:30 pm: Salthill-Knocknacarra v Corofin – Streaming details on GalwayGAA.ie
Tipperary Senior Football Championship semi-final.
Loughmore Castleiney are trying to keep their double dreams alive. They face a real test against the 2018 Tipperary SFC champions. Will ten weeks of non-stop action hinder their prospects? Together with hurling, there are 14 players who are lining out for both teams. Moyle Rovers are one of the aristocrats of Premier County football. Declan Brown was a club and inter-county legend. They supply a large chunk of the Tipperary Senior panel. A very close encounter is expected here.
4:30 pm: Loughmore-Castleiney v Moyle Rovers – Streaming details all official Tipperary GAA platforms
Clare Senior Hurling Championship semi-final
Any game with Davy Fitzgerald on the sideline is sure to provide fireworks. Éire Óg Inis are the surprise packet of the championship so far. The Clare Senior B Hurling Championship of 2014 are on the rise again. They have a proud history winning the Clare Senior Hurling Championship on 15 occasions. Can they emulate the class of 1941? Sixmilebridge will be warm favorites to advance or can the Éire Óg Inis fairytale continue?
5 pm: Éire Óg Inis vs Sixmilebridge – Streaming on Clare GAA TV.
Kerry Senior Football Championship semi-final
Dr, Crokes are the last non-divisional side still standing in the Kingdom. With seven titles in the decade, Crokes are the dominant force in Kerry football. Mid-Kerry last won the title 12 years ago and will be anxious to bridge that gap. Have ‘Crokes’ been showing signs of mileage of late? They will be anxious to atone for last season poor showing however, and another possible crack at East Kerry.
7 pm: Dr. Crokes vs Mid Kerry – Streaming details on KerryGAA.ie.
Sunday, September 13
Armagh Senior Football Championship final.
Crossmaglen needs little introduction here. The six-time All-Ireland Senior Club Football Championship winners are bidding for a 46th Armagh title. Standing in their way are Maghery. They won their first Armagh Senior title in 2016. Can they derail the Crossmaglen juggernaut? Ordinarily, you would expect the ‘Cross’ to prevail here. The Loughshore Club however are highly regarded in the Orchard County. The Aidan Forker powered Maghery are capable of pulling off an upset.
4 pm: Maghery v Crossmaglen – Streaming on Armagh TV.