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  • GAA GOLD
    GAA GOLD
    Monday, 3rd August, 19:30

    In the eighth instalment of the series, the programme looks back on the main events of the GAA's calendar in 1987. We look back at a John Fenton's wonder strike against Limerick in the hurling and see Meath win their first All-Ireland title in 20 years in the football.

  • GAA 2020
    GAA 2020
    Monday, 3rd August, 20:00

    GAA 2020 is back with highlights from Club Football and Hurling Championships around the country.

  • GAA Beo
    GAA Beo
    Friday, 7th August, 19:15 - LIVE

    Live coverage of the Donegal Football Championship match between St. Eunan's and Cill Chartha.

  • GAA 2020
    GAA 2020
    Saturday, 8th August, 11:00

    GAA 2020 is back with highlights from Club Football and Hurling Championships around the country.

  • Rugbaí Gold
    Rugbaí Gold
    Saturday, 8th August, 19:15

    A chance to see Munster v Leinster at Thomond Park in the 12th round of the PRO14 in December 2018. The rivalry continues with another epic encounter between these two great foes. Could Munster maintain their unbeaten home record that would see the province go through 2018 without a home defeat?

  • GAA Beo
    GAA Beo
    Sunday, 9th August, 14:15 - LIVE

    GAA Beo returns to our screens with live coverage from a top match from one of the newly re-started county championships. Presented by Micheál Ó Domhnaill with commentary by Brian Tyers.

  • GAA Beo
    GAA Beo
    Sunday, 9th August, 16:15

    GAA Beo returns to our screens with live coverage from a top match from one of the newly re-started county championships. Presented by Micheál Ó Domhnaill with commentary by Brian Tyers.

  • GAA GOLD
    GAA GOLD
    Sunday, 9th August, 17:40

    In the ninth installment of the series, the programme looks back on the main events of the GAA's calendar in 1988. We look back at Tipperary claiming a first league title in nearly a decade and Meath and Cork facing off in the All-Ireland Final for the second straight year.

  • GAA GOLD
    GAA GOLD
    Monday, 10th August, 19:30

    In the ninth instalment of the series, the programme looks back on the main events of the GAA's calendar in 1988. We look back at Tipperary claiming a first league title in nearly a decade and Meath and Cork facing off in the All-Ireland Final for the second straight year.

  • GAA 2020
    GAA 2020
    Monday, 10th August, 20:00

    GAA action including highlights from Club Football & Hurling Championships around the country.

  • GAA Beo
    GAA Beo
    Friday, 14th August, 19:15 - LIVE

    Live coverage of the Down Football Championship. 2019 Ulster and Down champions Kilcoo take on Mayobridge. Presented by Micheál Ó Domhnaill with commentary by Brian Tyers.

  • Axel - The Munster Rugby European Odyssey
    Axel - The Munster Rugby European Odyssey
    Friday, 14th August, 22:15

    Axel profiles the career of legendary Munster Rugby player Anthony Foley featuring some of the provinces most unforgettable days in Thomond Park and abroad.

  • GAA 2020
    GAA 2020
    Saturday, 15th August, 11:00

    GAA action including highlights from Club Football & Hurling Championships around the country.

  • Peil na mBan Gold (TS)
    Peil na mBan Gold (TS)
    Saturday, 15th August, 17:40

    The 2018 TG4 Ladies Football Final between Dublin and Cork. Cork were trying to win back the title they had lost the previous year but they'd have to beat the reigning champions and favourites Dublin to do it. Commentary from Brian Tyers.

  • Rugbaí Gold
    Rugbaí Gold
    Saturday, 15th August, 19:15

    A chance to see Ulster v Connacht which was played in the Kingspan Stadium during the 6th round of the PRO14 in October 2018. Connacht Rugby had not won a game in Ravenhill since November 1960 and without an away win over the northern province in 58 years they were hoping to finally get the better of Ulster Rugby.

  • GAA Beo
    GAA Beo
    Sunday, 16th August, 14:15 - LIVE

    Live and deferred coverage from County Football and Hurling Championships. Presented by Micheál Ó Domhnaill with commentary by Brian Tyers.

  • GAA GOLD
    GAA GOLD
    Sunday, 16th August, 17:40

    In the tenth installment of the series, the programme looks back on the main events of the GAA's calendar in 1989. We look back at Tipperary claiming the hurling All-Ireland for the first time since 1971 and Cork defeating Mayo in the football final."

  • GAA GOLD
    GAA GOLD
    Monday, 17th August, 19:30

    In the tenth instalment of the series, the programme looks back on the main events of the GAA's calendar in 1989. We look back at Tipperary claiming the hurling All-Ireland for the first time since 1971 and Cork defeating Mayo in the football final.

  • GAA 2020
    GAA 2020
    Monday, 17th August, 20:00

    GAA action including highlights from Club Football & Hurling Championships around the country.