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Re: RTE and TV3 Live Coverage of GAA Championships 2011
« Reply #30 on: May 06, 2011, 03:50:37 PM »
BBC Northern Ireland has revealed its live television schedule for the forthcoming Ulster SFC.

Sunday week's preliminary round clash between Donegal and Antrim will kick-off their live match coverage for the summer. The Ulster SFC quarter-final between Armagh and Down on Saturday, May 28, which will go head-to-head with the Champions League final, will also be shown live, as will the two Ulster semi-finals on June 19 and June 29, and the Ulster final on July 17.

Deferred coverage will be shown of the other three quarter-finals - Derry v Fermanagh on May 22, Tyrone v Monaghan on June 5 and Cavan v Donegal/Antrim on June 12.

All matches involving Ulster counties in the All-Ireland quarter-finals and beyond will also be broadcast live.
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Re: RTE and TV3 Live Coverage of GAA Championships 2011
« Reply #31 on: May 09, 2011, 02:52:38 PM »
RTÉ Sport Unveils Extensive 2011 GAA Championship Coverage

 

At a photocall in Croke Park today, (Monday 9 May), RTÉ Sport unveiled their extensive 2011 GAA Championship coverage across RTÉ Television, RTÉ Radio and RTÉ.ie.
This year RTÉ’s unrivalled and top quality GAA coverage will be further strengthened by the arrival of a brand new mid-week programme, The Committee Room, to RTÉ Television, and by new signings including Liam Sheedy and Ciaran Whelan to RTÉ’s GAA panel. 
Group Head of Sport, Ryle Nugent said: “RTÉ Sport is very proud of our 85-year-long tradition of broadcasting Gaelic Games. We always endeavour to provide extensive coverage of our national games while constantly innovating our output to ensure that GAA fans can enjoy the best quality sporting action available. This year sees new and exciting signings to our renowned panel which we hope will continue to engage debate and analysis of what will no doubt be another thrilling GAA season”. 
RTÉ Television will broadcast a comprehensive package of 31 live games across this summer's GAA Championships including both the All-Ireland Football and Hurling Championship finals, all of the semi-finals, and four of this year's quarter-finals. The Munster football and hurling finals will be broadcast live on RTÉ Two as well as the Leinster Senior Football Final. There will also be live coverage of the eagerly-awaited clash of All Ireland Hurling Champions Tipperary against Cork on May 29th.

For GAA fans summer officially kicks off on Sunday 15th May as Michael Lyster presents live coverage of the Ulster Senior Football Championship clash between newly-crowned Division Two Champions Donegal and Antrim.

Joining RTÉ’s hugely experienced expert panel this year will be 2010 All Ireland Senior Hurling winning Tipperary manager, Liam Sheedy and former Dublin legend and All Star winner, Ciaran Whelan.

Now in its 33rd year, Ireland’s premier GAA television programme, The Sunday Game will return also on Sunday, May 15th with the first of three very special live audience shows this series. With presenter Des Cahill in the chair, The Sunday Game will feature highlights of over 90 matches this season.

Along with extensive coverage of the 2011 GAA championships, RTÉ Sport is also pleased to announce a brand new GAA midweek television programme The Committee Room. As every GAA member knows, the committee room of any club or county is where it all happens. Hosted by Marty Morrissey, the television series will feature a mix of interviews, issue-based discussion and interactivity beginning Wednesday 25 May on RTÉ Two.
RTÉ Radio will once again bring Gaelic Games fans the very best championship action in hurling and football from May through to September. Preparations for the season come as RTÉ Radio 1’s Saturday Sport debuts in the Top 20 most-listened-to radio programmes in the country. Saturday Sport is the only sports programme to feature in the National Top 20.

 

RTÉ Radio 1’s Saturday Sport and Sunday Sport will have full commentary of the top match every Saturday and Sunday as well as coverage from every other match. RTÉ Radio’s team of commentators will include Ger Canning, Marty Morrissey, Darragh Maloney, Brian Carthy and Pauric Lodge, with additional analysis from the regular panel of leading former players and managers. New voices will also be heard on commentary and analysis this season including that of Seamus McEnaney who joins Marty Morrissey for commentary on this Sunday's Ulster Championship opener.

 

In addition to all the live action, Brian Carthy's magazine programme The Championship will return on Friday nights in June, while popular reaction programme Take Your Point will also be back on Sunday evenings.

 

Sport @ Seven will once again become an hour-long Sport @ Seven Extra from the first week in June, with Darragh Maloney and Pat Spillane holding the fort on Monday evenings to further reflect on and debate all the talking points on the road to the September finals. RTÉ Radio News Bulletins throughout the day will also have the breaking news on team selections, injuries, suspensions and all the other issues that matter to the fans who follow the Championship.

GAA fans in Ireland and around the world can follow all the action on RTÉ’s online GAA section RTÉ.ie/gaa which will once again be the hub for fans to watch or listen to the games live, and to get the latest news, views, interviews and on-demand content.
RTÉ Television’s 31 live GAA Championship matches will also be streamed simultaneously live on rte.ie/gaa. Live commentaries and extensive match updates from RTÉ Radio 1 and RTÉ Raidió na Gaeltachta will be available worldwide. GAA fans in Ireland will also be able to catch up on any matches they missed with full-match replays available on-demand.

All of RTÉ's dedicated GAA programming from RTÉ Television, RTÉ Radio, RTÉ Raidió na Gaeltachta and RTÉ News will be available live and on-demand on RTÉ.ie/gaa. RTÉ Television’s GAA output will also be available on RTÉ Player within the island of Ireland for seven days after broadcast. RTÉ Radio’s Take Your Point and The Championship are some of the other GAA programmes which fans can access live and on-demand.

RTÉ.ie’s GAA section will once again feature analysis from RTÉ's panel of GAA experts, as well as live text match-trackers, picture galleries, interactive features, news, previews and match reports. GAA fans on the move can follow the action via the RTÉ GAA app on iPhone, the RTÉ News Now app on iPhone and Android and via the RTÉ mobile site (m.rte.ie/sport/gaa).

TV Viewing Figures
The 2010 All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship Final attracted the highest ever viewership for an All Ireland Hurling Final peaking at 1.236 million** viewers. An average audience of over one million* people watched the nail-biting hurling final on RTÉ Two on Sunday afternoon when Tipperary battled to secure their first title in nine years and prevent Kilkenny from taking five in a row. 69%*** of those watching television at the time looked at The Sunday Game Live’s coverage.
The 2010 All Ireland Senior Football Championship Final attracted the highest television audience for the event in the last five years. The epic encounter attracted a peak audience of over a million viewers (1.064 million**) on RTÉ Two Television in the final minutes of the match, when Cork beat Down to take home the Sam Maguire for the first time in 20 years. An average of 900,000* viewers tuned in to The Sunday Game Live from throw-in to final whistle, as the Rebels defeated the Mourne Men by a single point accounting for two thirds of people who were watching television at the time.
Source: Nielsen TV Audience Measurement

* average number of viewers, Live + VOSDAL

** One-minute peak viewership, Live + VOSDAL

*** % Share of viewers looking at television at the time, Live + VOSDAL

 
Biogs

 
LIAM SHEEDY guided Tipperary to their first All Ireland senior hurling title in 10 years with victory over Kilkenny last September. He stepped down from his position as inter-county manager in October 2010. He is a former Tipperary hurler.
CIARAN WHELAN is a former Dublin footballer. During an illustrious career he won 6 Leinster senior football titles and has twice been awarded an All Star.  He’s also captained Dublin.  He retired from inter-county football in 2009.
 

RTÉ TELEVISION LIVE GAA CHAMPIONSHIP FOOTBALL & HURLING FIXTURES 2011

 

15 May

Donegal v Antrim

Football

3.30pm

22 May

Laois v Longford

Kildare v Wicklow

Football

Football

2.00pm

4.00pm

29 May

Dublin v Offaly

Tipperary v Cork

Hurling

Hurling

2.00pm

4.00pm

  4 June

Limerick v Kerry / Tipperary

Football

6.45pm

  5 June

Kildare / Wicklow v Meath

Football

2.00pm

11 June

Antrim / Laois / Wexford v Kilkenny

Hurling

7.00pm

12 June

Sligo / Leitrim v Roscommon

Limerick v Waterford

Football

Hurling

2.00pm

4.00pm

18 June

Carlow / Westmeath / Galway v Dublin / Offaly

Hurling

7.00pm

19 June

Derry / Fermanagh v Armaght / Down

Football

2.00pm

25 June

All Ireland Qualifier

Football

7.00pm

26 June

London / Mayo v Galway

Kildare / Wicklow / Meath v Laois / Longford / Dublin

Football

Football

2.00pm

4.00pm

  3 July

Munster Senior Championship Final

Football

2.00pm

10 July

Lenister Senior Football Championship Final

Munster Senior Hurling Championship Final

Football

Hurling

2.00pm

4.00pm

16 July

All Ireland Qualifier

Football

7.00pm

23 July

All Ireland Qualifier

Football

7.00pm

24 July

All Ireland Senior Hurling Championship Quarter Finals

Hurling

 

30/31 July

All Ireland Senior Football Championship Quarter Finals

Football

 

 7 Aug

All Ireland Minor Hurling championship Semi-Final

All Ireland Senior Hurling championship Semi-Final

Hurling

Hurling

 

14 Aug

All Ireland Minor Hurling championship Semi-Final

All Ireland Senior Hurling championship Semi-Final

Hurling

Hurling

 

21 Aug

All Ireland Minor Football Championship Semi-Final

All Ireland Senior Football Championship Semi-Final

Football

 

28 Aug

All Ireland Minor Football Championship Semi-Final

All Ireland Senior Football Championship Semi-Final

Football

 

  5 Sept

All Ireland Senior Hurling Championship Final

Hurling

 

18 Sept

All Ireland Senior Football Championship Final

Football

 

 
*  RTÉ Television will also broadcast full deferred coverage of Armagh v Down on 28th May at 10.30pm on RTÉ Two

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Re: RTE and TV3 Live Coverage of GAA Championships 2011
« Reply #32 on: May 09, 2011, 03:17:36 PM »
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Along with extensive coverage of the 2011 GAA championships, RTÉ Sport is also pleased to announce a brand new GAA midweek television programme The Committee Room. As every GAA member knows, the committee room of any club or county is where it all happens. Hosted by Marty Morrissey, the television series will feature a mix of interviews, issue-based discussion and interactivity beginning Wednesday 25 May on RTÉ Two.

FFS, Marty Morrissey. Is it not enough to have him 'commentating' every weekend, now we're going to have to look at him during the week. 'The Committee Room' hardly sounds like it will be breaking new ground.  ::)
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Re: RTE and TV3 Live Coverage of GAA Championships 2011
« Reply #33 on: May 09, 2011, 06:14:28 PM »
London v Galway will be interesting to say the least. I wonder will they still be coming to Castlebar for it?
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« Reply #34 on: May 14, 2011, 12:24:50 AM »
Ulster chief backs slimmed-down TV schedule
 
Ulster Council President Aogan Farrell
13 May 2011 (a Friday WooHooHaHa)


Ulster Council president Aoghan Farrell has welcomed the decision to reduce the number of live TV games this year.

The Cavan man believes the level of coverage afforded to championship games had reached saturation point and has backed the decision to cut 10 live games from the TV schedule.

"It is right to have less games," he said.

"Last year was a bit ridiculous. There were a few times we had three games on and you were switching from one channel to another. That was saturation coverage. The balance has now been struck and I would believe what we have at the moment is right."

County supporters are out a fortune on electricity with all these games on the television.

Farrell has also defended the Ulster Council's decision not to reschedule their provincial quarter-final between Armagh and Down on May 28 to avoid a clash with the Champions League final.

"Some people tell me when there is an omnibus edition of Eastenders attendances are affected," he added.

"Do attendances get affected by TV? Of course they do but can we react to everything on TV? I don't think so."

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« Reply #35 on: May 14, 2011, 12:36:02 AM »
Ulster chief backs slimmed-down TV schedule
 
Ulster Council President Aogan Farrell
13 May 2011 (a Friday WooHooHaHa)


Ulster Council president Aoghan Farrell has welcomed the decision to reduce the number of live TV games this year.

The Cavan man believes the level of coverage afforded to championship games had reached saturation point and has backed the decision to cut 10 live games from the TV schedule.

"It is right to have less games," he said.

"Last year was a bit ridiculous. There were a few times we had three games on and you were switching from one channel to another. That was saturation coverage. The balance has now been struck and I would believe what we have at the moment is right."

County supporters are out a fortune on electricity with all these games on the television.

Farrell has also defended the Ulster Council's decision not to reschedule their provincial quarter-final between Armagh and Down on May 28 to avoid a clash with the Champions League final.

"Some people tell me when there is an omnibus edition of Eastenders attendances are affected," he added.

"Do attendances get affected by TV? Of course they do but can we react to everything on TV? I don't think so."

Too right! And then the cup of tea at half time adding to the bill! Glad to hear it if only from a carbon footprint point of view.

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Re: RTE and TV3 Live Coverage of GAA Championships 2011
« Reply #36 on: May 14, 2011, 12:42:00 AM »
Oh dear. Aoghan/Aogan/Egg On is a fcukin dick.

Why would he want GAA coverage reduced, the energy saving bastid?


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Re: RTE and TV3 Live Coverage of GAA Championships 2011
« Reply #37 on: May 23, 2011, 04:33:20 PM »
They were publicising the Tipperary v Cork as the first game to be shown in High Def this summer on TSG last night. Anyone know why the Dublin Offaly game isn't High Def as well?
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Re: RTE and TV3 Live Coverage of GAA Championships 2011
« Reply #38 on: May 24, 2011, 11:14:43 AM »
I checked the TV3 website for their GAA coverage and here is an example of what they have for broadcast.

Thank f*ck they wont be let near the All Ireland semi finals and finals.

That would be some advertising trailer. Dublin v Man Utd in the All Ireland football final with commentary by Trevor Welch


TV3 has revealed its exclusive line up for the 2010 GAA Championship, with the announcement that Leinster Champions Dublin will kick start this year's coverage against Wexford in Croke Park on June 12th.

TV3 will be at the forefront of GAA coverage the summer as we bring viewers the best of the qualifiers, four provincial Semi-Finals and two provincial Final

13 June Leinster Football
Quarter final
Dublin v Wexford  Im sure Laois would have something to say

20 June Leinster Hurling
Semi - final
Dublin / Carlow / Laois v Kilkenny. Are Dublin not in the other side of the draw as are Offaly ? Im sure Wexford and Antrim might have some input here as well !

20 June Munster Hurling
Semi - final
Cork / Tipperary v Limerick. Do Limerick not play Waterford in Munster first

27 June Connacht Football
Semi - final
Sligo / Mayo v Galway  I thought Leitrim beat Sligo on Sunday past

27 June Leinster Football
Semi - final
Meath / Offaly / Laois v Dublin / Wexford. Complete balls up


TV 3 is a sorry excuse for an Irish broadcasting channel especially with their oohing and ahhing of the recent German wedding and the recent visit of the oul bag herself. If they were ever in doubt regarding the provincial fixtures they should have at least had the cop on to check the relevant provincial websites. Useless

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Re: RTE and TV3 Live Coverage of GAA Championships 2011
« Reply #39 on: May 24, 2011, 11:36:25 AM »
I checked the TV3 website for their GAA coverage and here is an example of what they have for broadcast.

Thank f*ck they wont be let near the All Ireland semi finals and finals.

That would be some advertising trailer. Dublin v Man Utd in the All Ireland football final with commentary by Trevor Welch


TV3 has revealed its exclusive line up for the 2010 GAA Championship, with the announcement that Leinster Champions Dublin will kick start this year's coverage against Wexford in Croke Park on June 12th.

TV3 will be at the forefront of GAA coverage the summer as we bring viewers the best of the qualifiers, four provincial Semi-Finals and two provincial Final

13 June Leinster Football
Quarter final
Dublin v Wexford  Im sure Laois would have something to say

20 June Leinster Hurling
Semi - final
Dublin / Carlow / Laois v Kilkenny. Are Dublin not in the other side of the draw as are Offaly ? Im sure Wexford and Antrim might have some input here as well !

20 June Munster Hurling
Semi - final
Cork / Tipperary v Limerick. Do Limerick not play Waterford in Munster first

27 June Connacht Football
Semi - final
Sligo / Mayo v Galway  I thought Leitrim beat Sligo on Sunday past

27 June Leinster Football
Semi - final
Meath / Offaly / Laois v Dublin / Wexford. Complete balls up


TV 3 is a sorry excuse for an Irish broadcasting channel especially with their oohing and ahhing of the recent German wedding and the recent visit of the oul bag herself. If they were ever in doubt regarding the provincial fixtures they should have at least had the cop on to check the relevant provincial websites. Useless

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« Reply #40 on: May 24, 2011, 12:04:48 PM »
RTÉ except for the TV3 games.

May 15th Donegal 1-10 Antrim 0-07 3-30pm

May 22nd  Laois 0-10 Longford 0-09 2-00pm   Kildare 0-12 Wicklow 0-05 4-00pm

May 29th Dublin v Offaly 2-00pm (H)   Tipperary v Cork 4-00pm (H)

June 4th Limerick v Kerry 6-45pm

June 5th Kildare v Meath 2-00pm   Laois v Dublin 4-00pm TV3

June 11th Antrim/Wexford v Kilkenny 7-00pm (H)

June 12th Leitrim v Roscommon 2-00pm   Limerick v Waterford 4-00pm (H)

June 18th Westmeath/Galway v Dublin/Offaly 7-00pm (H)

June 19th Derry v Armagh/Down 2-00pm

June 25th Football Qualifier 7-00pm (Antrim Fermanagh Armagh/Down Tyrone/Monaghan Cavan/Donegal Sligo Londain/Mayo Tipperary Clare Longford Wicklow Wexford/Offaly/Westmeath(2) Kildare/Meath Dublin/Laois Carlow/Louth )

June 26th Londain/Mayo v Galway 2-00pm   Kildare/Meath v Laois/Dublin 4-00pm

July 3rd Waterford/Cork v Limerick/Kerry 2-00pm   Antrim/Wexford/Kilkenny v Westmeath/Galway/Dublin/Offaly 4-00pm (H) TV3

July 10th Wexford/Offaly/Westmeath/Carlow/Louth v Kildare/Meath/Laois/Dublin 2-00pm   Cork/Tipperary/Clare v Waterford/Limerick 4-00pm (H)

July 16th Football Qualifier 7-00pm

July 17th Armagh/Down/Derry v Donegal/Cavan/Tyrone/Monaghan 2-00pm TV3   Leitrim/Roscommon v Londain/Mayo/Galway 4-00pm TV3

(July 23-31 - The All-Ireland Senior Football Championship fourth round Qualifiers and All-Ireland Senior Football Championship Quarter Finals will take place during this period. It has yet to be confirmed which broadcaster will be covering these games.)

July 23rd Football Qualifier 7-00pm

July 24th All Ireland Senior Hurling Quarter-finals (H)

July 30/31 All Ireland Senior Football Quarter-finals

August 7th All Ireland Minor Hurling  & Senior Hurling Semi Final (H)

August 14th All Ireland Minor Hurling & Senior Hurling Semi Final (H)

August  21st All Ireland Minor Football & Senior Football Semi Fnal

August 28th All Ireland Minor Football & Senior Football Semi Final

September 5th All Ireland Minor Hurling Final TV3 (H)  All Ireland Senior Hurling Final (H)

September 18th All Ireland Minor Football Final TV3   All Ireland Senior Football Final


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Re: RTE and TV3 Live Coverage of GAA Championships 2011
« Reply #41 on: May 24, 2011, 02:13:44 PM »
Oops. i took that straight from their website. Seems they couldnt be arsed to update it.

Too busy fawning over the events over the past week and a half

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« Reply #42 on: May 30, 2011, 02:20:18 PM »
RTÉ except for the TV3 games.

May 15th Donegal 1-10 Antrim 0-07 3-30pm

May 22nd  Laois 0-10 Longford 0-09 2-00pm   Kildare 0-12 Wicklow 0-05 4-00pm

May 29th Dublin 2-21 Offaly 1-20 2-00pm (H)   Tipperary 3-22 Cork 0-23 4-00pm (H)

June 4th Limerick v Kerry 6-45pm

June 5th Kildare v Meath 2-00pm   Laois v Dublin 4-00pm TV3

June 11th Wexford v Kilkenny 7-00pm (H)

June 12th Leitrim v Roscommon 2-00pm   Limerick v Waterford 4-00pm (H)

June 18th Westmeath/Galway v Dublin 7-00pm (H)

June 19th Armagh v Derry 2-00pm   Clare v Tipperary 4-00pm (H) TV3

June 25th Football Qualifier 7-00pm (Antrim Fermanagh Down Tyrone/Monaghan Cavan/Donegal Sligo Londain Tipperary Clare Longford Wicklow Offaly Wexford/Westmeath Kildare/Meath Dublin/Laois Carlow/Louth )

June 26th Mayo v Galway 2-00pm   Kildare/Meath v Laois/Dublin 4-00pm

July 3rd Waterford/Cork v Limerick/Kerry 2-00pm   Wexford/Kilkenny v Westmeath/Galway/Dublin 4-00pm (H) TV3

July 9th Football Qualifier TV3

July 10th Wexford/Westmeath/Carlow/Louth v Kildare/Meath/Laois/Dublin 2-00pm   Clare/Tipperary v Waterford/Limerick 4-00pm (H)

July 16th Football Qualifier 7-00pm

July 17th Armagh/Derry v Donegal/Cavan/Tyrone/Monaghan 2-00pm TV3   Leitrim/Roscommon v Mayo/Galway 4-00pm TV3

(July 23-31 - The All-Ireland Senior Football Championship fourth round Qualifiers and All-Ireland Senior Football Championship Quarter Finals will take place during this period. It has yet to be confirmed which broadcaster will be covering these games.)

July 23rd Football Qualifier 7-00pm

July 24th All Ireland Senior Hurling Quarter-finals (H)

July 30/31 All Ireland Senior Football Quarter-finals

August 7th All Ireland Minor Hurling  & Senior Hurling Semi Final (H)

August 14th All Ireland Minor Hurling & Senior Hurling Semi Final (H)

August  21st All Ireland Minor Football & Senior Football Semi Fnal

August 28th All Ireland Minor Football & Senior Football Semi Final

September 5th All Ireland Minor Hurling Final (H) TV3  All Ireland Senior Hurling Final (H)

September 18th All Ireland Minor Football Final TV3   All Ireland Senior Football Final
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Re: RTE and TV3 Live Coverage of GAA Championships 2011
« Reply #43 on: May 31, 2011, 05:35:05 PM »
I checked the TV3 website for their GAA coverage and here is an example of what they have for broadcast.

Thank f*ck they wont be let near the All Ireland semi finals and finals.

That would be some advertising trailer. Dublin v Man Utd in the All Ireland football final with commentary by Trevor Welch


TV3 has revealed its exclusive line up for the 2010 GAA Championship, with the announcement that Leinster Champions Dublin will kick start this year's coverage against Wexford in Croke Park on June 12th.

TV3 will be at the forefront of GAA coverage the summer as we bring viewers the best of the qualifiers, four provincial Semi-Finals and two provincial Final

13 June Leinster Football
Quarter final
Dublin v Wexford  Im sure Laois would have something to say

20 June Leinster Hurling
Semi - final
Dublin / Carlow / Laois v Kilkenny. Are Dublin not in the other side of the draw as are Offaly ? Im sure Wexford and Antrim might have some input here as well !

20 June Munster Hurling
Semi - final
Cork / Tipperary v Limerick. Do Limerick not play Waterford in Munster first

27 June Connacht Football
Semi - final
Sligo / Mayo v Galway  I thought Leitrim beat Sligo on Sunday past

27 June Leinster Football
Semi - final
Meath / Offaly / Laois v Dublin / Wexford. Complete balls up


TV 3 is a sorry excuse for an Irish broadcasting channel especially with their oohing and ahhing of the recent German wedding and the recent visit of the oul bag herself. If they were ever in doubt regarding the provincial fixtures they should have at least had the cop on to check the relevant provincial websites. Useless

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« Reply #44 on: May 31, 2011, 05:41:07 PM »
Oops. i took that straight from their website. Seems they couldnt be arsed to update it.

Too busy fawning over the events over the past week and a half

All that outrage wasted.  :D
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