This year’s absence of GAA inter-county Championships has not left fans starved of action. Club championships across the country are reaching their knockout stages. Thankfully, RTE and TG4 are aboard the GAA TV bandwagon and are ensuring we don’t miss a beat with live on TV and streamed matches.
— Kilkenny GAA (@KilkennyCLG) August 28, 2020
TG4 has granted its Friday night GAA Beo slot to the Tyrone senior football quarter-final between Killyclogher and Trillick. 2019 champions Trillick overcame Galbally to earn their quarter-final place a fortnight ago. Tyrone teammates Matty Donnelly and Tiernan McCann is a match-up to look out for. Throw-in is at 7.30.
Club giants Corofin are in action in Galway against An Cheathrú Rua at 7pm. Go to Galway senior football’s live stream to buy a pass for this one.
In Leinster, the pick of the games available is from Meath GAA TV where you can catch Wolfe Tones up against Moynalvey at 7.30.
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— RTÉ GAA (@RTEgaa) August 27, 2020
RTE have given the spotlight to Mayo clubs this weekend for a Saturday night quarter-final double-header in McHale Park. Defending champions Ballintubber face off against Knockmore at 5.30. Following this, Andy Moran’s Ballaghaderreen takes on Aiden O’Shea’s Breaffy at 7.30.
Dubs TV is also offering quarter-finals on Saturday with St. Jude’s against Skerries Harps at 3pm. After this, Paul Mannion and Diarmuid Connolly do battle when Kilmacud Crokes tackle St. Vincent’s.
Hurling fans can find action in the opening round of the Kilkenny SHC. Kilkenny GAA is covering Ballyhale Shamrocks and Rower-Inistioge’s game at 2pm. Later, Danesfort and Mullinavat open their campaigns at 5pm.
In Cork, Douglas and Midleton go head-to-head at 7pm in SHC for a winner takes all clash.
In Kerry, the football continues. The county board is streaming Killarney Legion v St. Brendan’s at 5pm as an opener to East Kerry’s tie with St. Kieran’s at 7.15.
The final two quarter-final ties from the Mayo SFC are on Mayo GAA TV. Firstly, Westport take on intermediate champions The Neale at 2pm. Secondly, Ballina play Aghamore at 4pm.
Roscommon GAA have a full schedule as they’re offering streams for all three of the quarter-finals taking place in the SFC. Roscommon Gaels v Padraig Pearses at 1pm, Michael Glavey’s v St. Brigid’s at 4pm, and Western Gaels v Clann na nGael at 5pm.
Dubs TV are again making sure fans can watch the SFC quarter-finals. Holders Ballyboden St-Enda’s play Brian Fenton’s Raheny at 2pm and Ballymun Kickhams challenge Na Fianna at 4.30pm.
In Meath, Ratoath take on Simonstown Gaels at 4pm on Meath GAA TV.
Club hurling continues in Kilkenny when Bennettsbridge play Graigue-Ballycallan at 2pm and Tullaroan play Erins Own at 5pm.
Waterford is the destination for TG4’s coverage on Sunday for the SHC decider between Ballygunner and Passage at 2pm.
Tipperary SHC is also offering live-streams for its quarter-finals. Champions Borris-Ileigh will attempt to fend off Drom-Inch at 6pm. Prior to this, Clonoulty-Rossmore and Loughmore-Castleiney do battle at 2pm.
Kerry’s SFC quarter-finals will be concluded on Sunday after Dr Crokes play Templenoe at 2pm and Mid Kerry go up against Kenmare Shamrocks at 4pm. Catch both games on Kerry GAA’s streaming service.
Whatever your GAA vice, the amount of GAA streamed club games on show will not have you deprived.